2021
DOI: 10.1007/s00468-021-02182-z
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Abstract: Key message Plant–soil feedbacks in mangrove ecosystems are important for ecosystem resilience and can be investigated by establishing links between empirical and modelling studies. Abstract Plant–soil feedbacks are important as they provide valuable insights into ecosystem dynamics and ecosystems stability and resilience against multiple stressors and disturbances, including global climate change. In mangroves, plant–soil feedbacks are important for ecosy… Show more

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“…Mangrove wetlands are natural laboratories for studying geomorphological to biological feedbacks (Huxham et al ., 2010; Wimmler et al ., 2021). Mangrove species zonation in coastal regions is particularly striking and commonly includes monospecific bands of mangrove vegetation from shore (lower in elevation) to inland regions (higher in elevation; Snedaker, 1982; McKee, 1993).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Therefore, geomorphological processes could be better integrated into studies designed to help us understand the intersection with biodiversity (Hazen & Roedder, 2001; Antonelli et al ., 2018). Experimental evidence of geomorphology–mangrove structural feedbacks is gradually building within the literature (Anthony, 2004; McKee et al ., 2007; Anthony et al ., 2008; Huxham et al ., 2010; Lang'at et al ., 2014; Brunier et al ., 2019; Rogers et al ., 2019; Wimmler et al ., 2021).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%