Seagrass restoration could reverse marine biodiversity decline

Seagrass seedlings growing underwater in the Centre for Sustainable Aquatic Research at Swansea University

Researchers at Swansea University are developing a means of restoring endangered seagrass meadows in the UK by growing mats of these marine plants to replace previously damaged habitat.

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