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- Recommended Citation(s)*:
Giri, C., E. Ochieng, L.L.Tieszen, Z. Zhu, A. Singh, T. Loveland, J. Masek, and N. Duke. 2005. Global Mangrove Forests Distribution, 2000. Palisades, New York: NASA Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC). https://doi.org/10.7927/H4J67DW8. Accessed DAY MONTH YEAR.
Giri, C., E. Ochieng, L. L. Tieszen, Z. Zhu, A. Singh, T. Loveland, J. Masek, and N. Duke. 2010. Status and Distribution of Mangrove Forests of the World Using Earth Observation Satellite Data. Global Ecology and Biogeography: A Journal of Macroecology 20(1): 154-159. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1466-8238.2010.00584.x.
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Mangrove data can be located by mousing over an area of interest represented as tiles and are available in GeoTIFF (.tif) format as zip files. The tiles cover a 10 degree latitude by 10 degree longitude area (e.g., W100N30.zip covers 90-100 West longitude and 20-30 North latitude). The size of the zip file is also provided as you mouse over the tile.