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Exploring Seagrasses in Norway

SEAME- blue carbon stocks in seagrass meadows, is a newly developed project under the Norwegian Blue Forests Network (NBFB- nbfn.no), which aims to fill a major gap in our knowledge about Norwegian seagrasses by providing estimates of the carbon storage capacity of Zostera. This video describes the main field and lab activities of the project, and provides some general information about the status of seagrasses in Norway.


Special thanks to Jonas Thormar, University of Oslo/IMR


Year: 2017

Produced by: GRID-Arendal

Tags: NBFN Norway Seagrass

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