Monday Jul 10, 2023

The death of millions of mangroves

In late 2015 and early 2016, millions of mangrove trees in northern Australia suddenly died. This dieback event had significant implications for the health of the country’s coastal ecosystems that we’re still feeling today. Mangrove ecologist Dr Norman Duke joins Extinct to discuss what led to so many mangrove trees dying, and what this means for our future.


Produced on Turrbal land.

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