Friday, April 13, 2012

Blue Carbon Photos - Life in the Seagrass

Seagrass is a key ecosystem in the sequestration and storing of carbon and is also critical to the life of various species. Here are a few images of life in the seagrass...

Croatian seagrass bed (Image credit: Steven Lutz / GRID-Arendal)

A small school of fish on a seagrass meadow off Key Biscayne, FL (Image credit: Steven Lutz / GRID-Arendal)

Starfish in the seagrass off the Florida Keys (Image credit: Steven Lutz / GRID-Arendal)

Small fish in the seagrass off Bali, Indonesia (Image credit: Steven Lutz / GRID-Arendal)

Manatee swimming over seagrasses off Key Biscayne, FL (Image credit: Steven Lutz / GRID-Arendal)

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you. I was looking for a photo of a manatee in sea grasses and finally found yours. The high res is appreciated. It will be used to educate boaters about manatees in shallow waters.Credit will be given to Steve Lutz

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