STUDY ON THE COMPOSITION OF BENTHIC SPECIES IN MANGROVES AND THE STATUS OF SEAGRASS BEDS IN THE COASTAL ECOSYSTEM OF TIEN GIANG PROVINCE
Research on benthic species composition and seagrass beds in Go Cong Dong district (Tien Giang). Within the framework of the project "Investigation and assessment of the current situation of dumping and identification of potential dumping areas in the sea from the average low-tide level for many years to 12 nautical miles of sea" was carried out. in December 2022. The composition of benthic fauna in Tien Giang coastal mangrove forest has detected 62 species belonging to 36 families and 5 representative groups. The average weight of the whole species W = 106.08 g/m2; The average density of the species is V = 58.2 ind/m2; Low diversity index H' = 1,88. Determination results at sampling stations show that seagrass does not appear in the coastal area of Tien Giang. Through research and synthesis, the team proposed and provided criteria for distance and diversity index for the growth and development of benthic fauna and seagrass ecosystems for the process of flooding. , poured into the sea.
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