Going with the flow: Facilitating seagrass rehabilitation


  • Stephanie Seddon

    1. Techniques used to-date have focused on vegetative transplants that, while reasonably successful, may impact donor meadows. Can larger areas of seagrass be restored using seedlings and other non-destructive ‘recruitment facilitation’ methods?
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  • Stephanie Seddon is currently an Associate Lecturer with the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Sydney (Tel. +61-2 9036 9184, Email: sseddon@bio.usyd.edu.au). This feature is based on an ongoing program initiated by Stephanie while working with the Aquatic Sciences division of the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI), to investigate the potential for seagrass restoration in Adelaide metropolitan waters.