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Assessing the CO2 capture potential of seagrass restoration projects.

Published online: 04 Dec 2013

Authors: Duarte, C. M. & Sintes, T. & Marbà, N.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Seagrass meadows are important carbon sinks, and they are experiencing a global decline. Restoration of seagrass meadows provides a strategy to mitiga...

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Modelling potential areas for Seagrass restoration within Plymouth Sound & Estuaries SAC and Solent Maritime SAC as part of the LIFE fund Recreation ReMEDIES project, 2020.

Published online: 21 Aug 2022

Published by: Natural England

Authors: Early, R. I. & Duffy, J. P. & Ashton, I. G. C. & Maclean, I. M. D. & McNie, F. & Selley, H. A. & Laing, C. G.

Content type: Miscellaneous

This work was undertaken with the aim of developing a novel modelling approach to inform the restoration of Zostera marina seagrass habitats within th...

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Managing biotic interactions during early seagrass life stages to improve seed-based restoration.

Published online: 27 Dec 2021

Authors: Balestri, E. & Menicagli, V. & Lardicci, C.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Seagrasses are declining globally, and effective restoration actions to promote the recovery of degraded meadows are urgently needed. Harnessing posit...

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LIFE Recreation ReMEDIES Behaviour Change Project: understanding the behavioural context.

Published online: 10 Aug 2022

Published by: Natural England

Authors: Twigger-Ross, C. & Morse-Jones, S. & Orr, P. & Jones, R. & Andrade, J. & Gabe-Thomas, E.

Content type: Miscellaneous

The main aim of the LIFE Recreation ReMEDIES Behaviour Change Project is to help Natural England and partners develop evidence-based interventions to ...

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The use of storm fragments and biodegradable replanting methods allows for a low-impact habitat restoration method of seagrass meadows, in the eastern Aegean Sea.

Published online: 10 Dec 2020

Authors: Ward, E. A. & Meek, S. K. & Gordon, D. M. & Cameron, T. C. & Steer, M. D. & Smith, D. J. & Miliou, A. & Tsimpidis, T.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Conservation Evidence

Seagrasses are important marine ecosystems but are vulnerable to physical damage from anthropogenic activities such as anchoring and trawling. Replant...

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Application of telemetry and stable isotope analyses to inform the resource ecology and management of a marine fish.

Published online: 13 Jun 2022

Authors: Brownscombe, J. W. & Shipley, O. N. & Griffin, L. P. & Morley, D. & Acosta, A. & Adams, A. J. & Boucek, R. & Danylchuk, A. J. & Cooke, S. J. & Power, M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Animal movement and resource use are essential considerations for effective environmental management, but they are challenging to quantify in expansiv...

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Unpredictability in seagrass restoration: analysing the role of positive feedback and environmental stress on Zostera noltii transplants.

Published online: 01 Jun 2016

Authors: Suykerbuyk, W. & Govers, L. L. & Bouma, T. J. & Giesen, W. B. J. T. & Jong, D. J. de & Voort, R. van de & Giesen, K. & Giesen, P. T. & Katwijk, M. M. van

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Restoration of key species in dynamic coastal ecosystems benefits from reduction in environmental stress. This can be realized by promoting positive f...

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An unintended ecological benefit from human intervention: the enhancement of carbon storage in seagrass meadows.

Published online: 28 Dec 2021

Authors: Watanabe, K. & Kuwae, T.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Human interventions have had unintended consequences for the diverse functions of various ecosystems. Hydrological interventions have the potential to...

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Habitat context influences nitrogen removal by restored oyster reefs.

Published online: 10 Jun 2015

Authors: Smyth, A. R. & Piehler, M. F. & Grabowski, J. H.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Like many ecosystem functions in marine and terrestrial environments, nutrient processing varies dramatically over small spatial scales, making effort...

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Nursery-propagated plants from seed: a novel tool to improve the effectiveness and sustainability of seagrass restoration.

Published online: 19 Dec 2012

Authors: Balestri, E. & Lardicci, C.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Seagrasses and the valuable ecosystem services they provide are threatened world-wide by impacts of human activity. Numerous revegetation efforts have...

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