Seagrass loss: The disaster is creeping
Richard Unsworth and Leanne Cullen-Unsworth
Seagrass meadows are shallow water habitats that are found along the coasts of Indonesia’s thousands of islands. These habitats, comprising incredibly productive flowering plants that are adapted to life in the sea, have been around since dinosaurs roamed the earth.
In Indonesia these habitats are incredibly important; not only are they responsible for keeping the coastl...
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