Examining Metabolism in Seagrass Meadows: Trends in Respiration and Non-Dissolved Gas Ebullition

Ieva Juska
Seagrass meadows provide many valuable ecosystem services, including carbon sequestration and storage of ‘blue carbon’. Enhancing carbon cycling through seagrass restoration can thus act as a nature-based solution for climate change, as these ecosystems naturally remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere through their high rates of productivity. Estimated metabolic values such as Gross Primary Productivity (GPP), Respiration (R), and Net Ecosystem Metabolism (NEM) are used in quantifying in situ carbon sequestration in seagrass meadows and...
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