‘Dirty Science’: Excavating the truth about mangroves and carbon

Chest-deep in brackish, tea-coloured water, a team of scientists wades into a towering mangrove forest in West Kalimantan, Indonesia.“We are doing science in a dirty way...but this work is crucial – we are filling the gap in our knowledge about the total carbon stored in these mangrove ecosystems,” say the team of researchers. This article was originally posted on Forests News. Click here to read the full article.

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