The UNEP/GEF South China Sea Project has published a series of technical reports on mangroves in the South China Sea. The first reviews the progress and achievements of the mangrove habitat demonstration sites at Fanchenggang in China; Batu Ampar in Indonesia; the Peam Krasop Wildlife Sanctuary in Cambodia; and Trat in Thailand. The publication is entitled Mangrove Demonstration Sites in the South China. This publication complements the Regional Review of Mangroves in the South China Sea produced by the UNEP/GEF Regional Working Group on Mangroves.
The South China Sea mangrove sites can be viewed along with detailed supporting information on Google Earth. Please click here to load the South China Sea Project layer on Google Earth. Contact the Project Director, Dr. John C. Pernetta, for further information regarding the work of the South China Sea Project on mangroves in Southeast Asia.