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Effectiveness of Coastal Ecosystem Restoration in Improving Maritime Trade Routes

EasyChair Preprint no. 12430

5 pagesDate: March 10, 2024


Coastal environments be a part of critical buffers against deterioration, storm surges, and floods, providing essential residences for diverse sea history. However, human activities in the way that contamination, habitat demolition, and humidity change pose increasing risks to these breakable environments. While the ecological and socio-financial impacts of seaside degradation have happened widely researched, the suggestions for nautical profession routes have received less consideration. Maritime work routes heavily depend seaside infrastructure, ports, and traversable waters for adept transportation of merchandise and merchandise. Degradation of coastal environments can bring about disruptions in trade routes on account of raised vulnerability to extreme weather occurrences, misfortune of navigational security, and taller perpetuation costs for port abilities. These disruptions can influence delays, increased ships expenses, and reduced dependability, eventually impacting all-encompassing work and economic progress. Coastal environment restoration offers a hopeful resolution to mitigate these risks and reinforce the elasticity of nautical trade routes. By replacing open coastal defenses, in the way that mangroves, pink reefs, and salt marshes, rehabilitation works can improve seaside guardianship, maintain nautical channels, and weaken the frequency and asperity of disruptions. Moreover, athletic coastal environments determine additional benefits to a degree element seclusion, improved water status, and embellished biodiversity, which help the overall sustainability and affluence of maritime business.

Keyphrases: Biodiversity, coastal ecosystem, economic benefits, environmental benefits, marine ecosystem restoration, Maritime trade route

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  author = {Avinash Nayak and Jaisurya Vemulakonda and Manish Kumar and Ardhendhu Sarkar and Hemraj Shobharam Lamkuche},
  title = {Effectiveness of Coastal Ecosystem Restoration in Improving Maritime Trade Routes},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 12430},

  year = {EasyChair, 2024}}
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