Massive seagrass die-off leads to widespread erosion in a California estuary

San Luis Obispo, CA (SPX) Aug 03, 2020
The large-scale loss of eelgrass in a major California estuary – Morro Bay – may be causing widespread erosion, according to a new study from California Polytechnic State University. In recent years, Morro Bay’s iconic eelgrass beds, which provide the estuary’s primary living habitat, experienced a massive die-off, declining more than 90 percent since 2007. Efforts to restore the eelgrass

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