Seagrass meadows globally as a coupled social-ecological system: implications for human wellbeing.

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Seagrass ecosystems are diminishing worldwide and repeated studies confirm a lack of appreciation for the value of these systems. In order to highlight their value we provide the first discussion of seagrass meadows as a coupled social-ecological system on a global scale. We consider the impact of a declining resource on people, including those for whom… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2013.06.001

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@article{CullenUnsworth2014SeagrassMG, title={Seagrass meadows globally as a coupled social-ecological system: implications for human wellbeing.}, author={Leanne C Cullen-Unsworth and Lina Mtwana Nordlund and Jessica Paddock and Susan V Baker and Len McKenzie and Richard K. F. Unsworth}, journal={Marine pollution bulletin}, year={2014}, volume={83 2}, pages={387-97} }