Mangrove forests are one of the most ecologically valuable ecosystems in the world. They are quite unique in having the ability to live and survive along intertidal and estuarine environments, where the land meets the sea. This coastal vegetation not only supports and protects a diverse group of terrestrial and aquatic flora and fauna, it also physically protects our coastlines against strong waves and provides coastal communities with many socio-economic benefits.

A book by:
Karan Araño Tagulao
Chan Shek Kiu
Susana Wong
Put O. Ang
Karen Kam