Seagrass loss

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    Eutrophication is a major cause of sea grass disappearance. In systems impacted by nutrient over-enrichment, light is reduced as a result of high-biomass algal overgrowth such as epiphytes and macroalgae in shallow coastal areas, and phytoplankton in deeper coastal waters.
    Photo Credit: Mark Rodrigue/Marine Photobank

    1. OhYunSeung 68 months ago | reply

      Could I using this picture?
      this will be using in introducing article for public by South Korea's state-owned company KOEM

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