Marine Ecosystems and Conservation

Marine ecosystems are the biggest of Earth's sea-going environments and are recognized by waters that have a high salt substance. These frameworks stand out from freshwater biological communities, which have a lower salt substance. Marine waters spread over 70% of the outside of the Earth and record for over 97% of Earth's water supply and 90% of livable space on Earth. Marine biological communities incorporate near shore frameworks, for example, the salt bogs, mudflats, sea grass glades, mangroves, rough intertidal frameworks and coral reefs.

Types:

  • Salt Marsh
  • Mangroves
  • Intertidal Zone
  • Estuaries
  • Lagoons
  • Coral reefs
  • Deep sea and Sea floor

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