Life on Fiji's Mangrove Trees

03 October 2011 | Downloads - publication

The mangrove ecosystem is amongst the world's riches in terms of its biodiversity. In Fiji, there are eight tree species that make up the mangrove forest. This book is written by Alison Haynes.

It is an Environment Science reader for school students in Fiji and other Pacific Islands. It is hoped that it will raise children's awareness and appreciation of the different living things that live on mangrove trees and the importance in preserving stands of mangroves. it may help them develop a caring and responsible attitude to coastal environments.

To request for hard copies please contact martina.lee@iucn.org