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Dynamics and fate of blue carbon in a mangrove–seagrass seascape: influence of landscape configuration and land-use change

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Mar

Dynamics and fate of blue carbon in a mangrove–seagrass seascape: influence of landscape configuration and land-use change

Abstract

Context Seagrass meadows act as efficient natural carbon sinks by sequestering atmospheric CO2 and through trapping of allochthonous organic material, thereby preserving organic carbon (Corg) in their sediments. Less understood is the influence of landscape configuration and transformation (land-use change) on carbon sequestration dynamics in coastal seascapes across the land–sea interface.



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