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30 June 2014
Researchers from the Sustainable Places Research Institute are among a group of academics to contribute to the recently published special issue of the Marine Pollution Bulletin, highlighting seagrass ecology and management around the world.
The special issue aims to further enhance existing knowledge about seagrass ecology and management by bringing together global expertise to consider issues such as ecosystem service delivery of seagrass meadows, the drivers of long-term seagrass change and the socio-economic consequences of environmental change to seagrass.Access the special issue here
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