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The analysis of mangrove forest changes period of 20 years in Can Gio Biosphere Reserve, Vietnam using remote sensing and GIS technology – Nguyen et al. 2018

On January 21, 2000, the MAB/UNESCO Committee recognized the Can Gio mangrove forest as an International Biosphere Reserve. The MAB/UNESCO committee requires every potential biosphere reserve to be assessed for a period of 10 years. During this time, the ecology of the area is closely reviewed, including the vegetation cover. This study used 45 sample…

Acoustic Ecology in UNESCO Biosphere Reserves – Barclay & Gifford

Acoustic ecology is a dynamic interdisciplinary field that studies the social, cultural, and ecological aspects of our environment through sound. In the context of UNESCO biosphere reserves that seek to reconcile the conservation of cultural and biological diversity, acoustic ecology offers valuable tools to understand environmental and cultural changes from a diversity of perspectives. Biosphere…