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Global Seagrass Monitoring Network
SeagrassNet is a worldwide ecological monitoring program that investigates and documents the status of seagrass resources and the threats to this important and imperilled marine ecosystem. The program started in 2001 in the Western Pacific and grew to include 126 sites in 33 countries with a global monitoring protocol and web-based data reporting system. Their ultimate aim is to preserve the valuable seagrass ecosystem by increasing scientific knowledge and public awareness of this threatened coastal resource. (extracted from their website.) Confirmation needed to establish whether still active.
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