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Title: The effect of climate change and natural disasters on mangrove forests in Xuan Thuy National Park: Proposed adaptation measures for mangrove forests
Authors: Tamura, Makoto
Kotera, Akihiko
Keywords: Climate change
Mangrove forests
Xuan Thuy
Issue Date: 2022
Series/Report no.: Interlocal Adaptations to Climate Change in East and Southeast Asia: Sharing Lessons of Agriculture, Disaster Risk Reduction, and Resource Management. Springer International Publishing;pp. 1 - 172
Abstract: Xuan Thuy National Park (XTNP), the first Ramsar site in Southeast Asia, is located in a low-lying coastal region in Nam Dinh Province of Vietnam. Most of the core zone of the XTNP is comprised of mangrove forests, which are inhabited by 222 indigenous and migratory bird species, 202 plant species, 386 invertebrate species, and 154 fishes (Fig. C4.1). Many of these species are rare, including nine endangered birds that are listed in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, have been recorded and sighted in the XTNP. The endangered birds are Western Curlew, Black-faced Spoonbill, Saunders’s Gull, Painted Stork, Asian Dowitcher, Spoon-billed Sandpiper, Spot-billed Pelican, Nordmann’s Greenshank, and Chinese Egret (MONRE 2020).
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