“Florida’s Mangroves Move North in the Absence of Winter Freezes”
See how Florida’s emblematic mangrove forests are shifting north in response to a warming climate. This northward expansion may help to protect coastal communities against sea level rise and severe weather events like hurricanes, while simultaneously removing the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide from our atmosphere – all critical factors as we face the reality of a warmer future.
Presented by: Dr. Loraé Simpson, Director of Scientific Research and Conservation, Florida Oceanographic Society
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