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Mudflats, mangroves, and marshes -- the great coastal protectors
by Tamsin Walker
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5 February 2020
On 5 February 2020 Deutsche Welle reported:
As sea levels rise, the planet's natural bulwarks against the ocean could help protect the coastline. More than a third of the global population lives within 100 kilometers of the world's coastline. But one stretch of coast can vary greatly from the next, and as such, each faces different challenges as sea levels rise in our warming world. Widely understood to protect the land from the water, though, are the habitats that spring up along coastlines: mudflats, mangroves, and salt marshes.
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