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Imago manglis in Bangladesha.

Mangle (s. n., gen. manglis)[1][2] sive mangrovia[3] (s. f., gen. mangroviae) est arborearum aut fruticalium specierum congeries quae adaptationes possident cum quibus in solis inundatis subiectis aquae salsae intrusionibus considere possunt. Hae species ad dissimiles familias pertinere possunt. Inter adaptationes quae mangroviae possident sunt:

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Fons nominis Latini desideratur (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  2. Silvae manglares, — Norae Zabinkovae et Moysis Kirpicznikov Nomina physico-geographica principalia URSS s.v. Мангровы.
  3. Confer binomina "Enhydrosoma mangroviae" aut "Hypnum mangroviae".

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Hamilton, S. 2013. Assessing the Role of Commercial Aquaculture in Displacing Mangrove Forest. Bulletin of Marine Science 89(2): 585-601.
  • Spalding, Mark; Kainuma, Mami and Collins, Lorna (2010) World Atlas of Mangroves Earthscan, London, ISBN 978-1-84407-657-4; 60 maps showing world-wide mangrove distribution
  • Massó i Alemán, S., C. Bourgeois, W. Appeltans, B. Vanhoorne, N. De Hauwere, P. Stoffelen, A. Heaghebaert & F. Dahdouh-Guebas, 2010. The ‘Mangrove Reference Database and Herbarium’. Plant Ecology and Evolution 143(2): 225-232.
  • Vo Quoc, T., Oppelt, N., Leinenkugel, P. & Kuenzer, C., 2013. Remote Sensing in Mapping Mangrove Ecosystems - An Object-based Approach. Remote Sensing 5(1): 183-201.
  • Vo Quoc, T., Kuenzer, C., Vo Quang, M., Moder, F. & Oppelt, N., 2012. Review of Valuation Methods for Mangrove Ecosystem Services. Journal of Ecological Indicators 23: 431-446.
  • Kuenzer, C., Bluemel, A., Gebhardt, S., Vo Quoc, T. & Dech, S., 2011. Remote Sensing of Mangrove Ecosystems: A Review. Remote Sensing 3(5): 787-928.