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1School of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Vinh University

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The study was conducted in a secondary mangrove forest, surrounding the shrimp pond area of Hung Hoa commune, Vinh City, Nghe An Province, Vietnam. Land height from datum line and mean inundated duration range from 1.1 m to 1.9 m and from 9.0 hours day-1 to 19.6 hours day-1, respectively. The stand mainly contains three or more herbaceous species (associate species; Cyperus malaccensis, Acanthus spp. and one non-mangrove species; Phragmites australis) other than two woody species. Zones of C. malaccensis and Acanthus spp. Distributing is overlapped in height and mean inundated duration, ranging from 1.1 m to 1.4 m, from 16.7 hours day-1 to 19.6 hours day-1 and from 1.2 m to 1.4 m, from 16.7 hours day-1 to 18.7 hours day-1, respectively. The results of this study show that the close relationship between mangrove species and tidal regime and topography, should be considered carefully when mangrove restoration.

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Tran Thi Tuyen, Kazuya Takahashi (2019), Relationship Between Mangrove Vegetation and the Topography, Hydrological Regime in Hung Hoa Commune, Vinh city, Nghe An, Vietnam. Tạp chí Khí tượng Thủy văn, EME2, 186-192.

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