Seagrass Rehabilitation: An Overview

D. A. Lord & Associates Pty Ltd

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This summary report has been prepared to provide information that has developed with regards to seagrasses during the intervening years since 1992, and to demonstrate that the current knowledge of seagrass is that: Seagrass assemblages are naturally very dynamic and can both spread and contract at significant rates due to natural causes; and Methods for seagrass rehabilitation have been developed and are continually being improved, and that seagrass rehabilitation in selected areas of Cockburn Sound is feasible.

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Technical Document

Murdoch University