The Importance of Seagrass to Tropical Marine Ecology, draft #1

This discussion topic submitted by Leslie Hadaway ( Lucybug2@aol.com) at 10:49 am on 3/11/00. Additions were last made on Saturday, February 23, 2002.

Discussion topic: Seagrass Beds
Important because: Seagrass beds provide a habitat for many diverse organisms, are important to the coral community, help to stabilize the ocean bed, and we will be seeing them up close and personal during our class.

Outline:
What are seagrass beds?
The types we will be seeing,
why they are so important,
endangerment of this habitat,
and the cause,
where seagrass beds are found worldwide.

Still working on my references. I have to narrow them down!


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