The Impact of Restored Mangrove Forests on Fishery Populations and Biodiversity

Senior Capstone Experience by Max Lambert ’20

Submitted to the Department of Environmental Science and Studies

Advised by Dr. Jillian Bible

Description: “As mangroves are being destroyed around the world, numerous efforts have been undertaken to restore mangrove forest. This paper analyzes the data surrounding mangrove restoration, examining if restored mangrove forests are an effective means of bringing back fish populations and ecosystem services. “

Contributor Bio: Max Lambert ’20 is a recent graduate who majored in Environmental Studies. He enjoys being outside whenever possible, either in his native Maine or the Chesapeake, hiking, kayaking, and taking pictures. 

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