Hidden mangrove forest in the Yucatan Peninsula reveals ancient sea levels

An ancient mangrove forest in the heart of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula reveals ancient sea levels and serves as a warning about the “dramatic impact” climate change could have on the coastal plains of the Gulf of Mexico, according to researchers from Mexico and the United States. Located 170 kilometres from the ocean on the banks of the San Pedro Martir River in the municipality of … Continue reading Hidden mangrove forest in the Yucatan Peninsula reveals ancient sea levels