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Rod Connolly

Seagrass  Adapting to climate change  

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Associate Professor Rod Connolly has studied the ecology and conservation of Australian seagrasses and their associated fauna for two decades. He has broad experience in assessing human impacts on seagrass and other coastal habitats. His collaborative work provided the first account of seagrass loss due to warmer sea temperatures, a major dieback over nearly 13,000 ha in southern Australia in the early 1990s.

Australian Rivers Institute, Coast and Estuaries, and School of Environment, Griffith University. Gold Coast QLD 4222, Australia. .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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