SCIENCE DETECTIVES: Why are mangroves important?

In this episode of Science Detectives we explore the important role played by mangroves in supporting environmental and biological diversity.

The Cosmos Science Detectives podcast finds and interrogates the experts to help you answer your burning STEM questions.

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Why are mangroves thought to be important?

In this Science Detectives episode, Matt Ward Agius, COSMOS Magazine science writer, explores the important role played by mangroves in supporting environmental and biological diversity.

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Science can answer most of life’s big and little questions – but you don’t always have scientist on hand to explain their reasoning. Now you do, with a the Cosmos Science Detectives podcast finding the experts and interrogating them to help answer your burning inquiries.

The crack Cosmos team of newsroom science journalists will leave no stone unturned. They’ll open a case file; find evidence and witnesses; and give you the detail you need to close a case of “uncertainty”.

 

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