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Title: Reef Rescue Marine Monitoring Program: Inshore seagrass, annual report for the sampling period 1st June 2012 - 31st May 2013
Authors: McKenzie, L.J.
Collier, C.
Waycott, M.
Year of publication: 2015
Year: 2015
Publisher: Centre for Tropical Water and Aquatic Ecosystem Research (TropWater)
Place of publication: Cairns
Type of document: Book
Series/Report no.: Marine Monitoring Program - Inshore Seagrass
Abstract: A key component of Reef Rescue is the implementation of a long-term water quality and ecosystem monitoring program in the Great Barrier Reef lagoon. James Cook University were contracted to conduct the intertidal seagrass monitoring component and produce this report, which examines the status and trend of Reef intertidal seagrass (detect long-term trends in seagrass abundance, community structure, distribution, reproductive health, and nutrient status from representative inshore seagrass meadows) and identifies response of seagrass to environmental drivers of change.
Connection to GBRMPA: GBRMPA identifies this as a relevant item
Rights: Copyright James Cook University, 2015
Subjects: Water quality
Environmental monitoring
Inshore waters
Water quality
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