Sea level rise doesn’t necessarily spell doom for coastal wetlands

Giving marshes room to expand inland can help preserve these crucial ecosystems

mangrove forests in Inodnesia

TOUGH TERRAIN Coastal wetlands, such as the mangrove forests of Indonesia’s Kuching National Park, may be more resilient to rising seas than previously thought.

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