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Mangroves: the next step in environmental decontamination

Mangroves: the next step in environmental decontamination
Avicennia marina, otherwise known as grey mangrove trees, filter heavy metals out of the surrounding soil and water. A new study from Indonesia has found that their leaf litter accumulates the most copper, followed by leaves and then roots. Researchers from Universitas Diponegoro analysed copper concentrations in a mangrove forest in Tapak Tuguerjo, an area along the northern coast of Java, Indonesia. The forest is downstream from a river polluted by a nearby factory.
9th August 2017


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