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   dcterms:title "Salt Marsh Conversion to Mangrove Forest"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "Where tropical and temperate ecosystems meet, warmer winter temperatures can lead to large ecological changes such as mangrove forest replacement of salt marshes along the Gulf and Atlantic Coasts. Mangrove forests are sensitive to freezing temperatures and are expected to expand northward at the expense of salt marshes. The figure shows the relationship between temperature and the percentage area dominated by mangrove forests. Mangrove expansion would entail a grassland-to-forest conversion, which would affect fish and wildlife habitat and many societal benefits. Source: adapted from Osland et al. 2013.{{< tbib '135' '31446ba7-4409-483b-b467-ae773a9ba950' >}} ©2012 Blackwell Publishing Ltd."^^xsd:string;
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