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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