This section aims to give you a general understanding of seagrass ecology, clear up some common misconceptions and describe seagrass distribution from a global to local scale.
Unlike more glamorous and iconic Australian ecosystems such as coral reefs, seagrass is often overlooked, ignored or misunderstood to be a muddy wasteland. This lesson explores what makes seagrass a vital ecosystem and why we need to moniter its condition.
In this section you will learn why we monitor seagrass, how often and where conduct surveys and how you can get involved
This section goes through the survey method and provides a solid foundation for our field training