What does the marine environment consist of?

Grey and cream coral with a silver fish with black stripes and a yellow fish with black and white stripes, and smaller orange fishes swimming above the corals under a blue ocean of the marine environment

The marine environment relates to all physical and biological interaction that occurs between the sea and the land at the highest watermark. It includes the oceans, seas, bays, estuaries, lagoons, deep sea, oceanic trenches and ridges. In simple terms, the marine environment starts right Read More

Wetlands of Mauritius: Importance and Ramsar Sites

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Wetlands are places that are permanently or seasonally filled with freshwater, saltwater or a mixture of these two. As such, wetlands include areas such as marshes, ponds, borders of rivers and lakes and deltas. Though they are often neglected in environmental conservation programmes, including Read More

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