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Restoring seagrass systems in New Zealand

By: Turner, S.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: 1995Description: p. 9-11.ISSN: 1172-1014.Subject(s): SEAGRASSES | ESTUARIES | SEDIMENT TRANSPORT | POLLUTION | MONITORING | MANUKAU HARBOUR | REPLANTINGOnline resources: Click here to access online
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Seagrass beds have suffered considerable damage as a result of human activity in coastal and estuarine areas. Experiments are now investigating the feasibility of replanting seagrass beds, thus recreating these important ecosystems. (auth.)
In: Water & atmosphere
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Includes boxed article: RALPH : clarifying sediment transport in estuaries

Seagrass beds have suffered considerable damage as a result of human activity in coastal and estuarine areas. Experiments are now investigating the feasibility of replanting seagrass beds, thus recreating these important ecosystems. (auth.)

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