At Project Seagrass, we recognise that the pressures on our oceans are urgent, and that we can't afford to do seagrass research purely for sake of it! Since day one our seagrass research has been geared towards making an impact in the real world.
Much of Project Seagrass's research is carried out by members of the Seagrass Ecosystem Research Group based at Swansea University and at the Sustainable Places Research Institute, Cardiff University
Find out more about our current sepagrass research programs at seagrass.org.uk.
Cullen‐Unsworth, L. C., & Unsworth, R. K. (2016). Strategies to enhance the resilience of the world's seagrass meadows. Journal of Applied Ecology, 53(4), 967-972.
Jones, B. and Unsworth, R. (2016). The perilous state of seagrass in the British Isles. Royal Society Open Science 3, article number: 150596.
Project Seagrass is an marine conservation charity dedicated to ensuring that seagrass meadows are protected globally, for the biodiversity and people that depend on them.
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