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Development, pollution and dredging threaten seagrass more than climate change – environmentalresearchweb

Published on: 04/27/2012
Research Area(s): Marine Spatial Ecology

Seagrass: it might not sound very exciting, but according to experts these extensive marine flowering plants form the basis of one of the most productive ecosystems on Earth. In recent decades seagrass habitats have come under threat, from anthropogenic activities and climate change, and currently there is little consensus about which threats are causing the greatest damage.

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