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Monitoring by comparing this to the eelgrass beds shown in purple (in the Gathering water quality data with an unmanned vessel im- right image), it looks like the turbidity is highest where there proves our understanding of the DKP embayment, and helps is no eelgrass. us understand how human actions and changing climate have an impact, which in turn helps us suggest changes to local

Comments policy and regulations to preserve the eelgrass that remains.

Chlorophyll results, Voyage 1.

Credit: Ben Wetherill, ACASAK Technologies

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