Coastal and marine ecosystems, such as coral reefs, seagrass meadows and mangroves are adversely affected by national and global events. With a changing climate, sea-level rise, ocean acidification and warming seas are affecting the resilience of these habitats. There is an urgent need to increase resilience and rehabilitate these ecosystems. Here is how SeyCCAT is achieving this!
Marine macrophytes: patterns of biodiversity across the geography and depths of the benthos in the outer islands of Seychelles.
Dr Jeanne A. Mortimer finds seagrass at all depths of the ocean – at the surface, on the meadows and the very depths of the seafloor raising questions about their carbon potentials.read more