Rory Flood has a BA in Geography, MSc in Environmental Sciences and PhD in Physical Geography, and is a Lecturer in Physical Geography at Queen’s University Belfast in Northern Ireland, UK. He has authored articles on geomorphology, sedimentology and geochemistry, with a focus on marine and terrestrial environments. Rory is particularly interested in how coastal landscapes and landforms are shaped and change under the influences of marine, climate and human processes.Visit Rory Flood
Largest mangrove forest
The single largest discrete mangrove forest is the Sundarbans, which spreads across parts of India and Bangladesh in the region of the Bay of Bengal. It is approximately 945,850 hectares (2,337,246 acres) – or 9,458 square kilometres (3,651 square miles) – in area. Tigers (Panthera tigris) are the most well-known but rare denizens of the Sundarbans. The Sundarbans is part of the largest delta in the world: the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna.