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Ellen Ditria Jun 29
New blog on our latest research in automating the analysis of underwater videos in habitats. is a valuable tool for processing large image and video-based data, and has worked effectively in unconstrained underwater environments
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EcoWatch Aug 31
covers 0.2% of the seabed, yet it accounts for 10% of the ocean's capacity to store carbon
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Manx Wildlife Trust Aug 2
is an amazing fighting from beneath the waves! The video is from the where the seagrass has been protected from dredging and anchoring and it's now thriving! 🎥-Lara Howe MWT Marine Officer
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Pembs Coastal Forum Jun 18
This makes us happy on a rainy day! Little seedlings 🌱☺️🙌
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Max Castorani Aug 16
We are recruiting 2 students to join our lab in Fall 2021! One student will study at . The other will study ecological synchrony of forests as part of our new award. More info at Please share widely!
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Maria Potouroglou Sep 3
🥁NEW release 🥁 is an essential component of and . Learn more in the link below ⬇️
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Gerd Masselink Sep 2
Deployment of main instrument rig by and crew during experiment on . We are trying to record flows amongst seagrass fronds using Vectrinos and EMCMs. Footage by .
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Helen Chadwick Oct 19
Beautiful Small spotted cat shark I happened upon whilst snorkeling last week 🦈
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Natural England Sep 23
How can tanks of rotting seaweed help restore seagrass beds? Thousands of seeds harvested from the rotting plants will be cultivated in lab conditions, then planted to restore and create 8 hectares of meadows. Read more:
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Mel dawson Oct 17
The world's largest marine ecosystem restoration has been a success! 70M eelgrass seeds, two decades & a now thriving 200 hectare meadow off Virginia's coast, is now a poster child for what can be achieved through science-based conservation.
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Sophie vd Heyden May 28
RT please - fantastic opportunity in Mozambique/South Africa with . Closing data 30 June 2020.
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Alasdair O'Dell Oct 9
Yesterday we went to check out a local bed near Oban. I haven’t been swimming over one before, they’re quite rare. We did see a lot of anemones, feather worms and loads of small fish.
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savingoceans Jun 23
Save our - Seagrass meadows are carbon-absorbing, hotspots - but they are under threat, via
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Carmen Santos Oct 19
Working on in coastal areas? Then you might be interested in reading our paper "Species-specific plastic accumulation in the sediment and canopy of coastal vegetated habitats"
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Sep 10
Fantastic day with from learning about the restoration work. Seagrass beds are amazing, providing vital habitat for fish nurseries/important sea defences. They’re also incredibly efficient at sequestering carbon. We need them!
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Pew Europe Jun 10
meadows, which are found in nearly all coastal waters around the globe, occupy less than 0.2% of the world's oceans. Yet, they bury around 10% of the total estimated organic carbon sequestered in the ocean.
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OysterReefs Jul 26
For I’d like to raise the importance of the estuarine trio: . Restoring and conserving a connected multi patch system enhances multiple services and increases habitat complexity, key for many organisms to survive!🌴🌾🦪
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Max Castorani Oct 2
New funding opportunity from Ocean Sciences! If you are interested in writing a proposal to work on of meadows, reefs, or forests, please reach out. I would be thrilled to serve as a mentor.
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Emma Nolan, PhD Sep 2
5 days, 50 diver hours, ~ 20,000 shoots collected and the first year of Zostera marina seed collection is done! Well done team !!!! Now just to keep stirring this rotten mass of vegetation and wait for the ~800,000 seed to drop out!
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Carmen Leiva-Dueñas Oct 21
Am I formatting and illustrating my thesis despite not being completely finished? Obviously. The text only needs a little bit of editing so it is alright. This is no procrastination at all, no.
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