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How mangrove forests protect coastal cities

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And someone will tell you there is no God.
Cool science exhibits and the theory of everything soundtrack playing on loud speaker? IS THIS HEAVEN what’s the address 🫢
La importancia de los manglares.
das propriedades de uma floresta!
quem diria não é mesmo?
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same thing could be said about the trees that help against strong winds and not to mention ending the dust bowl. Its basically the same principle only water.
Por eso hay que reforestar montañas y ríos, pero nooo estos pendejos se ponen a construir en el merendon "Así o más Idiotas"
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Can also use generators to make electric power out of them.
Vídeo muy grafico: Así protegen los manglares las costas
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Yes, grove token protect the people's from poverty.... Catch this gem🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳🌳#grovecoin @GroveToken pic.twitter.com/NXdmdbWhPE
Appropriate technology.
Mas a forma como isso aqui trouxe bem uma das inúmeras funções do mangue não ta escrito.
I love mangroves so much 🙌🏽 it also allows for some really cool biodiversity & habitats to form 🥰
Que fique de lição para Santa Catarina.
Olha aí a importância dos mangues
Vale hay q pone arboles en vez de boyas
It’s not that hard to save our planet man, just follow the nature
That tree at the front is just getting his shit ROCKED
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That's fake the waves in the ocean are much bigger... pic.twitter.com/a6bRkoo4qq
giant fruit bats also live in mangrove trees
Pitchavaram in Tamilnadu is the best example for this kind of protection from the huge waves hit indian coastal during sumatra earthquake!
La nature n’a vraiment aucun défaut. On doit remercier qui pour ça ? Merci à la science, merci aux planètes telluriques.
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Now let’s how it can handle powerful waves. That is what I want to see not mellow waves, but real hard heavy waves.
This was my research proposal for my oral presentation in ENG157 haaay kaso hindi siya napili. Oh well 🤷🏻‍♂️
Exemplo de como as restingas protegem cidades litorâneas. Umas das primeiras coisas que o bozo fez no meio ambiente foi permitir acabar com esse tipo de vegetação
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What’s the mathematical modeling of this? Navier-Stokes?
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اقای رییس. جهت اطلاع این پست رو ببینید ، و به همکارانتان هم بگید ترجمه کنند براتون، البته اگه مثل #فرح_عبدی انگلیسیشون در سطح آیلتس هستش خودم ترجمه میکنم, نوشته "چطور جنگل های حرا شهر های ساحلی را محافظت می کنند" #ایران #محیط_زیست
Y'a ça à l'aquarium de la marina depuis
Mata ciliar é importantíssimo
Love this but it would have been better if they show the root system of the halophytes as the wave breakers that branches widely in the water. Just to make it clear..
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Excellent wave absorption/attenuation "system".
Susah bwang buat ngasi tau warga bikini bottom tentang ini, mending bangun proyek beton kubus penahan abrasi
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This is fascinating
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But believe in the Big Bang…
Forever wondering why Cleo was worried about mangroves. Perhaps it was symbolic of her disconnect from nature before she became one with the ocean. pic.twitter.com/eLTUj8a2q3
Can't deny this natural science. It doesn't take IQ tech to solve some of the World's environmental issues.
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X(t) = A e^-(b/2m)t + cos (Wot+¢)
Which favours will you deny
this gives me so much joy 🥹💚
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Well duh Reason why they are protected in Florida
Love mother nature 💕
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Ça s'appelle tout simplement un filtre,qu'elle que soit le domaine technique
Wish Jamaicans understood this
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And mosquito breeding!
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Wave polarisation.. Cool
O trabalho que eu queria ter feito pra aula da Roberta :(
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And people are still cutting this shit down. We were taught how important this shit was to our cities from early, yet they were still cut down for who knows what. What the fuck is wrong with people.
Jamaica tourist board need to see this
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The water is still full at the other end tho 🤣
응~ 부자들은 저런거 관심없어~

그 부자들 편에서 놀아나는 정부의 관리들까지도~
This info might come in handy someday in my future
เด็กๆเรียนเกี่ยวกับป่าชายเลนในเทอมนี้ อินมาก มาร่วมรักษาป่าชายเลนกันนะคะ
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They need 1.5 to 8 feet of water... and can grow to 80 feet tall. Kinda feel like this plan ignores some of that.
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But northeamericans devasted Cancún with their hotels
Placing solar panels on anything other than the roof of buildings is stupid.
There are only idiots in the UN and the World Economic Forum.
Protect the mangroves ✊🏾.
love mother nature
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That is actually very impressive. Thank you for sharing
A titre indicatif, les forêts, buissons, haies, arbres agissent exactement de la même manière avec le vent aussi.
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@cloudthegrey write that down WRITE THAT DOWN
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