Carbon Sequestration of the Klongklon Mangrove Forests at Samut Songkhram Province
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The aim of this study of carbon retention of Khlong Khon mangrove forests of Samutsongkhram province was study of plant social characteristics of Khlong Khon mangrove forests. In addition, to study the storage of carbon in plants and soil of Khlong Khon mangrove forests in Khlong Khon sub-district, Mueang district, Samut Songkhram province. The study used carbon sequestration analysis of Khlong Khon mangrove forests in fresh plant leaves and the wetland soil that was fermented with plant leaves. The result of this study shows 5 species of plants such as white mangroves, small mangroves, large mangroves, white lobes and Lamphu. white mangroves is the most storage of carbon dioxide for 101.53 tons per hectare, followed by a small mangrove for 94.84 tons per hectare and white tamarind equal to 91.29 tons per hectare, Lamphun equal to 87.45 tons per ha and the last one is mangrove Large leaves equal to 85.39 tons per ha. The data in this study useful for collecting and managing of the usability mud canal in Klongklon Mangrove Forests. And for preserve the environment of the Klongklon Mangrove Forests with sustainable community living.