Northwestern Luzon

The mangrove areas of northwestern Luzon constitute approximately 6,010.1 ha. Old stands, secondary growth and new plantations are at 504.7, 870.3 and 838.6 ha, respectively. Pangasinan has the largest expanse of old stands, followed by Bulacan and Subic Bay Freeport Zone. New stands are mostly distributed in Bulacan, Cagayan and Bataan.

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Ecology | Vulnerability | Conservation | Management|Philippines

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