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Tropical cyclones and the organization of mangrove forests: a review.

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Summary of "Tropical cyclones and the organization of mangrove forests: a review."

Many mangrove ecosystems are periodically exposed to high velocity winds and surge from tropical cyclones and often recover with time and continue to provide numerous societal benefits in the wake of storm events.

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Name: Annals of botany
ISSN: 1095-8290
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