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  1. Loss of POC and DOC on seagrass sediments by hydrodynamics
  2. Drones and machine-learning for monitoring dugong feeding grounds and gillnet fishing
  3. Small patches of eelgrass are effective for promoting biodiversity in restoration projects
  4. Seagrass roots effectively reduce erosion in sandy sediments
  5. Automated drone surveys for monitoring wildlife populations
  6. Coastal ecosystem engineers and their impact on sediment dynamics: Eelgrass–bivalve interactions under wave exposure
  7. Assessing Tolerance to the Hydrodynamic Exposure of Posidonia oceanica Seedlings Anchored to Rocky Substrates
  8. How Does Ocean Acidification Affect the Early Life History of Zostera marina? A Series of Experiments Find Parental Carryover Can Benefit Viability or Germination
  9. Coastal restoration success via emergent trait-mimicry is context dependent
  10. Novel approach to large‐scale monitoring of submerged aquatic vegetation: A nationwide example from Sweden
  11. Increased energy expenditure is an indirect effect of habitat structural complexity loss
  12. Major impacts and societal costs of seagrass loss on sediment carbon and nitrogen stocks
  13. Wind exposure and sediment type determine the resilience and response of seagrass meadows to climate change
  14. Low-cost wave mesocosm for studying aquatic ecosystems
  15. Microplastic retention by marine vegetated canopies: Simulations with seagrass meadows in a hydraulic flume
  16. Documenting Dugong Reproductive Behavior Using Drones
  17. Severe shifts of Zostera marina epifauna: Comparative study between 1997 and 2018 on the Swedish Skagerrak coast
  18. The influence of hydrodynamic exposure on carbon storage and nutrient retention in eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) meadows on the Swedish Skagerrak coast
  19. Mimicry of emergent traits amplifies coastal restoration success
  20. High Seasonal Variability in Sediment Carbon Stocks of Cold‐Temperate Seagrass Meadows
  21. Role of eelgrass on bed‐load transport and sediment resuspension under oscillatory flow
  22. The influence of hydrodynamics and ecosystem engineers on eelgrass seed trapping
  23. Beach-cast as biofertiliser in the Baltic Sea region-potential limitations due to cadmium-content
  24. Increased current flow enhances the risk of organic carbon loss from Zostera marina sediments: Insights from a flume experiment
  25. Water residence time controls the feedback between seagrass, sediment and light: Implications for restoration
  26. Dispersal of seagrass propagules: interaction between hydrodynamics and substratum type
  27. Local Regime Shifts Prevent Natural Recovery and Restoration of Lost Eelgrass Beds Along the Swedish West Coast
  28. Particle sources and transport in stratified Nordic coastal seas in the Anthropocene
  29. Eelgrass (Zostera marina) Seed Production in Swedish West Coast
  30. Seagrass blade motion under waves and its impact on wave decay
  31. Shore crab predation reduces eelgrass restoration success
  32. Assessing methods for restoration of eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) in a cold temperate region
  33. Challenges in Eelgrass Restoration: Seed Loss and Predation
  34. A Bayesian spatial approach for predicting seagrass occurrence
  35. Field observations of wave-induced streaming through a submerged seagrass (Posidonia oceanica) meadow
  36. Probabilistic mapping of Posidonia oceanica cover: A Bayesian geostatistical analysis of seabed images
  37. Effect of a seagrass (Posidonia oceanica) meadow on wave propagation
  38. Posidonia oceanica and Cymodocea nodosa seedling tolerance to wave exposure
  39. Assessment of substratum effect on the distribution of two invasive Caulerpa (Chlorophyta) species
  40. Experimental Evaluation of the Restoration Capacity of a Fish-Farm Impacted Area with Posidonia oceanica (L.) Delile Seedlings
  41. Wave‐induced velocities inside a model seagrass bed
  42. Wave energy determines the upper depth limit of seagrasses