High Economic Value Set On Threatened Mexican Mangroves

Wednesday, July 23, 2008 - 09:21 in Mathematics & Economics

Mangrove destruction not only comes with ecological cost, but monetary as well: $37,500 per hectare each year, researchers say. Mexican mangroves, trees that form forest ecosystems at the land-sea interface, demonstrably boost fishery yields in the Gulf of California.

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