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CESEA - coastal ecosystem services in east Africa

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Project Description

The CESEA project is a collaboration between scientists and researchers in Tanzania, Kenya and the UK. By bringing together experts in ecololgy and development it will find new ways to help local people maintain their coastal resources whilst beating poverty. In particular, it will work with people dependent on resources from mangroves and seagrasses, two
ecosystems that are vitally important for fish, coastal protection and the capture and storage of carbon but which are suffering high rates of destruction.

Status Project Complete
Funder(s) Natural Environment Research Council
Value £281,546.00
Project Dates Oct 1, 2013 - Jul 31, 2017

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