Science Wednesday: Protecting Ocean Meadows
Wed, 30 Sep 2009 09:30:53 -0500
Each week we write about the science behind environmental protection. Previous Science Wednesdays. “Amber waves of grain” conjures up images of vast expanses of grassland across middle America. In contrast, can you picture meadows of seagrasses covering broad areas of the seafloor? Seagrasses are underwater marine flowering plants that have long, narrow leaves. Because they photosynthesize, seagrasses [...]
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