Dynamic sedimentary environment of mangrove coasts / edited by Frida Sidik, Daniel A. Friess.

Contributor(s): Sidik, Frida [editor.] | Friess, Daniel A [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2021Description: xxiii, 625 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0128164379; 9780128164372.Subject(s): MANGROVE CONSERVATION | COASTAL SEDIMENTS | MARINE SEDIMENTS | MANGROVE ECOLOGY | MANGROVES | BIOGEOMORPHOLOGY | COASTAL PROCESSES | RESTORATION ECOLOGY | SEQUESTRATION | SEA LEVEL CHANGESAdditional physical formats: ebook version :: No titleHoldings: GRETA POINT: 581.526.52 DYN
Contents:
Introduction -- Biogeomorphological processes -- 1. Biogeomorphic evolution and expansion of mangrove forests in New Zealand's sediment-rich estuarine systems -- 2. Mangroves: a natural early warning system of erosion of open muddy coasts in French Guiana -- 3. Groundwater research in mangrove coastal ecosystems - new prospects -- 4. Flow and sediment dynamics around structures in mangrove ecosystems : a modelling perspective -- 5. Morphological plasticity and survival thresholds of mangrove plants growing in active sedimentary environments -- 6. Microbial communities in mangrove sediments -- Long-term sedimentary processes and sea-level rise -- 7. The history of surface-elevation paradigms in mangrove biogeomorphology -- 8. Radiocarbon dating of mangrove sediments -- 9. Australian mangroves through the Holocene: interactions between sea-level, mangrove extent and carbon sequestration -- 10. Responses of mangrove ecosystems to sea level change -- 11. Does geomorphology determine vulnerability of mangrove coasts to sea-level rise? -- Blue carbon -- 12. Environmental drivers of blue carbon burial and soil carbon stocks in mangrove forests -- 13. Gaps and opportunities in mangrove blue carbon research: a biogeographic perspective -- 14. State of biogeochemical blue carbon in South Asian mangroves -- 15. Quantity and quality of organic matter in mangrove sediments -- 16. Relevance of allochthonous input from an agriculture-dominated hinterland for 'blue carbon' storage in mangrove sediments in Java, Indonesia -- 17. Potential carbon loss in sediment through methane production during early development stage of mangrove regeneration in restored mangroves -- 18. Blue carbon storage comparing mangroves with salt marsh and seagrass habitats at a warm temperate continental limit -- 19. Mangrove carbon sequestration and sediment deposition changes under cordgrass invasion -- Mangrove management and restoration -- 20. A framework for the quantitative assessment of mangrove resilience -- 21. Assessment of typhoon impacts and post-typhoon recovery in Philippine mangroves: Lessons and challenges for adaptive management -- 22. Managing sediment dynamics through reintroduction of tidal flow for mangrove restoration in abandoned aquaculture ponds -- 23. Impacts of forestry on mangrove sediment dynamics – Conclusions.
Summary: Dynamic Sedimentary Environments of Mangrove Coasts provides knowledge on the importance of sedimentary dynamics in managing mangrove forests. In the first part of the book, the editors seamlessly offer a general introduction of mangrove sedimentary dynamics. This leads into more in-depth information on soil surface elevation change, sea level rise, and the importance of sedimentary dynamics in the loss or gain of blue carbon. The book concludes the discussion of mangrove sedimentary dynamics by addressing the issues of climate change (e.g. sea level rise and blue carbon) on mangrove restoration and sediment. -- Publisher's website.
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NIWA authors: Chapter 1. Biogeomorphic evolution and expansion of mangrove forests in New Zealand’s sediment-rich estuarine systems / Andrew Swales, Mark Pritchard & Graham B. McBride.

Introduction -- Biogeomorphological processes -- 1. Biogeomorphic evolution and expansion of mangrove forests in New Zealand's sediment-rich estuarine systems -- 2. Mangroves: a natural early warning system of erosion of open muddy coasts in French Guiana -- 3. Groundwater research in mangrove coastal ecosystems - new prospects -- 4. Flow and sediment dynamics around structures in mangrove ecosystems : a modelling perspective -- 5. Morphological plasticity and survival thresholds of mangrove plants growing in active sedimentary environments -- 6. Microbial communities in mangrove sediments -- Long-term sedimentary processes and sea-level rise -- 7. The history of surface-elevation paradigms in mangrove biogeomorphology -- 8. Radiocarbon dating of mangrove sediments -- 9. Australian mangroves through the Holocene: interactions between sea-level, mangrove extent and carbon sequestration -- 10. Responses of mangrove ecosystems to sea level change -- 11. Does geomorphology determine vulnerability of mangrove coasts to sea-level rise? -- Blue carbon -- 12. Environmental drivers of blue carbon burial and soil carbon stocks in mangrove forests -- 13. Gaps and opportunities in mangrove blue carbon research: a biogeographic perspective -- 14. State of biogeochemical blue carbon in South Asian mangroves -- 15. Quantity and quality of organic matter in mangrove sediments -- 16. Relevance of allochthonous input from an agriculture-dominated hinterland for 'blue carbon' storage in mangrove sediments in Java, Indonesia -- 17. Potential carbon loss in sediment through methane production during early development stage of mangrove regeneration in restored mangroves -- 18. Blue carbon storage comparing mangroves with salt marsh and seagrass habitats at a warm temperate continental limit -- 19. Mangrove carbon sequestration and sediment deposition changes under cordgrass invasion -- Mangrove management and restoration -- 20. A framework for the quantitative assessment of mangrove resilience -- 21. Assessment of typhoon impacts and post-typhoon recovery in Philippine mangroves: Lessons and challenges for adaptive management -- 22. Managing sediment dynamics through reintroduction of tidal flow for mangrove restoration in abandoned aquaculture ponds -- 23. Impacts of forestry on mangrove sediment dynamics – Conclusions.

Dynamic Sedimentary Environments of Mangrove Coasts provides knowledge on the importance of sedimentary dynamics in managing mangrove forests. In the first part of the book, the editors seamlessly offer a general introduction of mangrove sedimentary dynamics. This leads into more in-depth information on soil surface elevation change, sea level rise, and the importance of sedimentary dynamics in the loss or gain of blue carbon. The book concludes the discussion of mangrove sedimentary dynamics by addressing the issues of climate change (e.g. sea level rise and blue carbon) on mangrove restoration and sediment. -- Publisher's website.

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