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« on: Tuesday December 6 2016 15:04:04 AEDT PM »

Close to 10,000 hectares of mangroves across a 700km stretch of NT and QLD have died across a stretch of coastline reaching from Queensland to the Northern Territory.

"The images were compelling. They were really dramatic, showing severe dieback of mangrove shoreline fringing — areas just extending off into infinity," Dr Duke said.

International mangroves expert Dr Norm Duke said he had no doubt the "dieback" was related to climate change. Its "the most extreme "dieback" he has ever seen in mangroves,...

With careful analysis the imagery confirmed the mangrove dieback in both states had happened in the space of a month late last year, coincident with coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef.

The health of mangroves has a significant impact on the commercial and amateur fishing industry in Australia. Mangroves are essential breeding grounds for fish stock including prawns, crabs and, in the north of Australia, fin fish such as barramundi."

  

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