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It is 30 m pixel with global coverage annually from to Data are mangrove loss in the mangrove biome since as defined by MFW. CGMFC provides high resolution local, regional, national, and global estimates of annual mangrove forest levels using continuous data from through to with the goal of driving mangrove research questions pertaining to biodiversity, climate change, food security, livelihoods, fisheries support, and conservation that have been hindered until now by a lack of suitable data.
CGMFC provides the required spatiotemporal resolutions to not only set REDD baseline measures globally in a systematic manner, but also to account for forest degradation as well as deforestation on an annual basis.
Countries showing relatively high levels of 21st Century mangrove loss include Myanmar, Guatemala, Malaysia, Cambodia, and Indonesia. Many nations that have reported mangrove deforestation in earlier periods such as Ecuador, Bangladesh and Nigeria, have stabilized their mangrove levels during this period.
Indonesia remains by far the largest mangrove holding nation containing between Global mangrove deforestation continues but at a much reduced rate of between 0. Annual mangrove deforestation is now close to zero in the Americas, Africa, and Australia as well as in selected Ramsar sites and protected areas.
The global mangrove deforestation pattern during the 21st Century is one of decreasing rates of deforestation, with many nations essentially stable, with the exception of the largest mangrove holding region of Southeast Asia. Our Community Norms as well as good scientific practices expect that proper credit is given via citation.
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Ocean—atmosphere interactions 2. Interactions between oceans and coastal places 3. Managing coastal margins 4. Ocean management futures. Geophysical systems 2. Geophysical hazard risks 3. Hazard risk and vulnerability 4.
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