WSC: Sessions

Oral Presentations

Please refer to instructions for oral and poster presentations here.

Session 1A: Monitoring and Management

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW016 Evolving ideas for monitoring colonising seagrasses
– Kieryn Kilminster
ISBW049 Normalized Difference Seagrass Index (NDSgI): Standardizing the vegetation index for subtidal seagrass habitats using remote sensing images
– Dimos Traganos
ISBW059 Time is running out! Why we need a new evidence base for monitoring change in vegetated coastal ecosystems
– Nicole Foster
ISBW183 Estuary management and seagrass meadows: Using stable isotope analysis to maintain ecosystem health
– Amanda Clarke
ISBW186 Seagrass condition targets in the Great Barrier Reef
– Catherine Collier
ISBW208 Pressure-impact relationships assessment: a first step towards the development of integrated toolbox for the evaluation of ecological status of French tropical seagrass beds
– Fanny Kerninon

Session 1B: Seagrass Ecology

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW015 High levels of genetic diversity and gene flow in the marine angiosperm Amphibolis antarctica (Labill.) Asch.
– Alex Gorman
ISBW026 Effects of temporal variation and geographical distribution on the synthesis of key biochemical descriptors of Zostera marina populations
– Pedro Beca-Carretero
ISBW083 Synergies between warming and eutrophication on seagrass (Cymodocea nodosa) health and performance
– Neus Sanmartí
ISBW094 Reconstructing the invasion history of the tropical seagrass, Halophila stipulacea
– Kelcie Chiquillo
ISBW101 Connectivity in coastal seascapes: macro to micro-scale processes driving nutrient uptake in seagrass systems
– Glenn Hyndes
ISBW149 Unlikely nomads: Settlement, establishment, and dislodgement processes of vegetative seagrass fragments
– Samantha Lai

Session 2A: Ecosystem Service 1

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW054 Socio-economic valuation of seagrass meadows in the Pulai River Estuary through a well-being lens
– Serina Rahman
ISBW095 Fishery food webs vary among seagrass types in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area
– Kristin Jinks
ISBW113 An overlooked role of below-ground biomass in reducing sediment erosion by seagrass beds
– Eduardo Infantes
ISBW132 An ecosystem service approach to decision-making in the Ria Formosa lagoon (south Portugal)
– Carmen B. de los Santos
ISBW150 Distribution patterns of Portunus pelagicus in Talibon, Bohol and Concepcion, Iloilo , Central Philippines: Significance of seagrass and mangrove habitats on early life stages
– Alexanra  Bagarinao
ISBW158 Seagrass ecosystem services – what’s next?
– Lina Mtwana Nordlund

Session 2B: Resilience to Stressors

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW017 Molecular investigation of heavy metal stress in the seagrass, Zostera muelleri
– Nasim Shah Mohammadi
ISBW043 Effects of desalination brine and high salinity on the temperate seagrass Posidonia australis
– Marion Cambridge
ISBW074 Effects Of Abrupt Hyposalinity Exposure On Leaf Growth And Survival Of The Turtle Grass, Thalassia hemprichii (Ehrenberg) Ascherson, 1871
– Gemlyn Mar Rance
ISBW097 Resistance and recovery of an estuarine seagrass to extreme summer rainfall events
– Chanelle Webster
ISBW102 Guiding environmental flow delivery to a hypersaline lagoon: importance of considering life-stage specific habitat requirements for seagrass recovery
– Paul Erftemeijer
ISBW146 Recreating the shading effects of ship wake induced turbidity to test acclimation responses in the seagrass Thalassia hemprichii
– Siti Maryam Yaakub

Session 3A: Ecosystem Service 2

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW110 High Macrophyte Canopy Complexity Enhances Sediment Retention and Carbon Storage in Coastal Vegetative Meadows at Trangken Bay, Phuket, Southern Thailand
– Janmanee Panyawai
ISBW118 Diurnal and Sub-diurnal Impacts of Tropical Seagrass Community Metabolism on the Seawater Carbonate System
– Heidi Hirsh
ISBW142 Modelling the relationship between coastal discharges and seagrass habitat suitability for the Adelaide Coastal Waters
– Jasper Dijkstra
ISBW176 The Sedimentation Rates of Coastal Water in the Middle Bank Seagrass Meadow
– Nur Asilah Awang

Session 3B: Blue Carbon 1

 

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW063 Singapore blue carbon: What is the influence of a seagrass bed on mangrove forest carbon dynamics?
– Daniel Arturo Saavedra Hortua
ISBW077 Modern carbon burial rates in seagrass ecosystems: strengthening their contribution in the ocean carbon budget
– Ariane Arias-Ortiz
ISBW103 Tropical seagrass meadows need help to retain its status as a high-capacity carbon sink: contextual evidences from blue carbon studies in Malaysia
– Mohammad Rozaimi
ISBW109 Blue Carbon Stocks Assessment of Thalassia hemprichii (Ehrenberg) Ascherson, 1871 in Selected Sites of Pujada Bay
– Lea Jimenez
ISBW124 Impacts of Recent Climate Change on Seagrass’s Carbon Sink Potential
– Mariana do Amaral Camara Lima

Session 4A: Recruitment and Recovery

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW029 Set-backs and successes: Seagrass restoration in the Dutch Wadden Sea
– Laura Govers
ISBW036 Reproductive phenology and recruitment in populations of the temperate seagrass Posidonia australis
– Gary Kendrick
ISBW080 Recruitment facilitation to rehabilitate lost Amphibolis antarctica in South Australia
– Jason Tanner
ISBW099 Contrasting trajectories of recovery for Great Barrier Reef coastal seagrasses: the key role of propagule supply and recruitment.
– Michael Rasheed
ISBW105 Sand capping of muddy sediment improves the light conditions and anchoring capacity of sediments to support recovery of eelgrass (Zostera marina)
– Mogens Flindt
ISBW114 Ten years conservation effort enhances seagrass cover and carbon storage at Koh Tha Rai, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, Thailand
– Ekkalak Rattanachot
ISBW134 Shaping the coast: Hydrodynamics and bottom complexity inducing eelgrass seed trapping
– Lukas Meysick

Session 4B: Community Engagement, Outreach and Awareness

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW002 Lessons learnt from a community seagrass monitoring group: A unique deep water temperate seagrass experience from Rockingham, Western Australia
– Elaine Christy
ISBW007 Ethnophycological aspects of seagrass, a step towards its conservation in Andaman Islands.
– Mohammed Naufal
ISBW071 A proposed decision support tool for prioritising conservation planning of Southeast Asian seagrass meadows
– Yi Mei Tan
ISBW133 REASE: A regional network to raise awareness on ecosystem services provided by seagrass meadows in the Algarve (south Portugal)
– Rui Santos
ISBW147 From environmental education to community capacity-building: Kelab Alami and community engagement through seagrass
– Nur Afiqah bt Md So’ot
ISBW159 Seagrass-Watch: two decades of participatory scientific monitoring and science-based education provides insight into global seagrass resource status
– Len McKenzie
ISBW187 Engaging multidisciplinary science students in a seagrass fieldwork project at St John’s island (Singapore)
– Linda Sellou

Session 5A: Faunal Interactions 1

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW013 Impacts of megaherbivores on expansion of invasive seagrass in the Caribbean
– Marjolijn Christianen
ISBW055 “Strategic or Opportunistic?” – Subtidal Seagrass Use by Dugongs in the Sibu-Tinggi Archipelago, Johor, Malaysia
– Wei Khang Heng
ISBW093 Latitudinal variation in seagrass herbivory: global patterns and explanatory mechanisms
– Adriana Verges
ISBW112 The Dugong and Seagrass Research Toolkit
– Himansu Das
ISBW115 Keep off the grass: using exclusion cages to understand the interactions between herbivores in structuring seagrass meadows
– Abigail Scott
ISBW181 Green turtles mediate fish community assembly in seagrass meadows
– Rohan Arthur

Session 5B: Blue Carbon 2

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW088 The potential of Australian blue carbon ecosystems for climate change mitigation – a national assessment
– Paul Lavery
ISBW108 Carbon storage in seagrass ecosystems along the Andaman coast of Thailand
– Milica Stankovic
ISBW165 Robust rates of blue and black sequestration for two Enhalus seagrass meadows (Sabah, Malaysia) using a validated SIT geochronology and corrected for measured rates of decomposition over centennial time scales
– John Gallagher
ISBW178 The drivers of blue Carbon stocks in seagrass meadows of the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago, India
– Elrika DSouza
ISBW190 Role of carbonate burial in “Blue Carbon” ecosystems budgets
– Vincent Saderne
ISBW206 The contribution of beach-cast seagrass wrack to CO2 emissions under wet and dry conditions
– Songlin Liu (Presented by Jiang Zhijian)

Session 6A: Faunal Interactions 2

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW012 First report of seagrass boring bivalve (Zachsia, Teredinidae) in Malaysian water
– Tzuen Kiat Yap
ISBW064 High rates of herbivory in remote seagrass meadows of the Kimberley, north-western Australia
– Mat Vanderklift
ISBW073 Hydrodynamics affects pipefish behavior, metabolic rates and habitat choice in seagrass
– Ines Castejon-Silvo
ISBW117 Increasing seagrass habitat complexity enhances crab’s density: a case study from Koh Tha Rai, Thailand.
– Piyalap Tuntiprapas
ISBW123 Influence of Habitat Complexity and Proximity to Adjacent Habitat on Fish Communities in Tropical Forereef Seagrass Meadows
– Nina Ann Jin Ho
ISBW156 Fish assemblages in an undisturbed seagrass habitat
– Timothy Smith
ISBW179 Size-specific shoaling behaviour of the key Mediterranean herbivore fish Sarpa salpa and its importance for their feeding strategy
– Teresa Alcoverro

Session 6B: Seagrass Biology

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW004 Flowers of the intertidal seagrass Halophila stipulacea (Forsskål) Ascherson: A new record from tropical coast of Tanzania, Indo-Pacific
– Moses Shimba
ISBW023 FISHing for cable bacteria in oxic-anoxic microsites of seagrass roots
– Belinda Coral Martin
ISBW045 Using metagenomics to reveal the taxonomic and functional diversity in seagrass rhizospheres across environmental gradients
– Matthew Fraser
ISBW058 Anther wall development, microsporogenesis and microgametogenesis in S.filiforme (Cymodoceaceae).
– María Eugenia Bernal Gómez
ISBW116 Leaf plastochrone interval and rhizome growth dynamics of Enhalus acoroides (L.f.) Royle in a muddy coast: Implications for age-reconstruction techniques
– Mary Bernadette de Venecia
ISBW177 Exploratory analysis of how seagrass biological attributes affect their bed sediments
– Yan Xiang Ow
ISBW191 Thermal dependence of seagrass ecosystem metabolism in the Red Sea
– Celina Burkholz

Session 7A: Resilience

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW065 The global distribution of the seagrass biome
– Dinusha Jayathilake
ISBW068 Seagrasses in Transition
– Jessie Jarvis
ISBW155 Spatial data for managing coastal seagrasses in Queensland, Australia.
– Rob Coles
ISBW163 What do we know of seagrass ecosystem resilience – a systematic review
– Johan Eklöf
ISBW168 Preliminary findings following the relocation of the seagrass Halophila beccarii and first record of seagrass in Pulau Bedukang, Brunei Darussalam
– Malinda Auluck
ISBW189 The Red Sea Seagrass Microbiome
– Neus Garcias-Bonet

Session 7B: Populations Dynamics, Diversity and Connectivity

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW027 Understanding genetic resilience: spatial patterns and drivers of clonal richness
– Kathryn McMahon
ISBW061 Genomic vulnerability, resilience and adaptation: the future for the seagrass, Zostera capensis
– Nikki Phair
ISBW086 Improving seagrass conservation using molecular toolkits
– Mathieu Pernice
ISBW098 Mass seagrass declines, composition and spatial changes instigated by a marine heat wave in Shark Bay Marine Park
– Simone Strydom
ISBW188 Implications of population genetic diversity and connectivity of Zostera muelleri over the species’ range
– Kor-jent van Dijk
ISBW203 Short-term genetic consequences of fragmentation for the tropical seagrass Enhalus acoroides
– Shuo Yu

Session 8A: Meadow Dynamics

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW010 A comparison of ecological attributes in degraded and healthy seagrass beds in coastal Kenya
– Charles Muthama
ISBW050 Assessing the differences in seagrass meadows from the Eastern Tropical Pacific and the Caribbean: insights from renewed seagrass research in Costa Rica
– Jimena Samper-Villarreal
ISBW069 Seagrass decline in response to a decade of aquaculture effluent disposal in Hainan, tropical China
– Lucia Herbeck
ISBW081 Comparison of image collection and data verification methods for mapping seagrass meadows in North Carolina, USA using fixed-wing and multicopter drones
– Kenji Sugimoto
ISBW107 Population dynamics and growth patterns of Thalassia hemprichii in mixed seagrass beds in Southern Guimaras, Philippines
– Joshua Regalado
ISBW011 GIS-Based Vulnerability Assessment Of Seagrass Meadows In Different Study Areas In The Philippines
– Rey Rusty Quides

Session 8B: Restoration

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW009 Experimental Transplantation of 500m2 of Posidonia oceanica in Monaco
– Pierre Descamp
ISBW039 Experiences from large-scale transplantation of eelgrass in Danish waters
– Troels Lange
ISBW052 Seagrass-bivalve interactions and lessons for restoration
– Karine Gagnon
ISBW067 Unpacking the steps required for the effective use of seed in seagrass restoration
– John Statton
ISBW154 Feasibility of Posidonia oceanica restoration after mechanical damage
– Ines Castejon-Silvo
ISBW169 Overcoming the seed of doubt for improved seagrass restoration
– Emma Jackson

Session 9A: Impacts and Stressors

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW022 The effects of climate and environmental conditions on Zostera muelleri non-structural carbohydrate composition
– Stine Sorensen
ISBW035 impacts of Sargassum brown tides on near-shore seagrass meadows
– Brigitta I. van Tussenbroek
ISBW057 Land use is a better predictor of tropical seagrass condition than marine protection
– TE Angela Quiros
ISBW072 Response of three tropical seagrass species to in situ nutrient enrichment and seasonality in light availability in Hainan, China
– Esther Thomsen
ISBW129 Multiple anthropogenic disturbances on Posidonia oceanica: synergies, early warnings, and conservation tips
– Giulia Ceccherelli
ISBW140 The effect of nutrient enrichment outweigh ocean warming on performance of seagrass Zostera capensis from the West Coast of South Africa
– Esther Mvungi

Session 9B: Physiology 1

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW044 Twenty-two years of photosynthetic measurements using PAM fluorometry: Benefits earned and lessons learned
– Sven Beer
ISBW066 Low oxygen affects photophysiology and the level of expression of two-carbon metabolism genes in the seagrass Zostera muelleri
– Mikael Kim
ISBW079 Differences in morphological, physiological, microbial and flowering traits between native and invasive populations of Halophila stipulacea
– Gidon Winters
ISBW090 Photoprotection of tropical seagrasses in the upper intertidal
– Pimchanok Buapet
ISBW127 Effects of low light on the optimal temperature for productivity in the tropical seagrass Halophila ovalis (R.Br.)
– Yeun Leng Eunice Kong
ISBW153 Lipids of seagrass Halodule uninervis in varying environmental conditions in Bolinao, Philippines
– Caroline Jaraula

Session 10A: Mapping and Surveys

 

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW014 Spatio-temporal dynamics of seagrass in the mariculture parks of Southern Philippines
– Wilfredo Uy
ISBW030 Study of seagrass habitats from the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India
– Swapnali Gole
ISBW037 Revising the distribution map of tropical seagrass beds in southeast Asia
– Masahiro Nakaoka
ISBW106 Seagrass mapping in the Philippines using Landsat 8 imageries
– Mia Shaira Estabillo
ISBW040 Title TBC – Brooke Sullivan

Session 10B: Physiology 2

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW038 Site-specific ammonium toxicity in seagrass Zostera muelleri
– Moyang Li
ISBW041 Responses of invasive and native Halophila stipulacea populations to thermal stress
– Hung Manh Nguyen
ISBW053 Tropical seagrass mediated iron and phosphate solubilization from oligotrophic carbonate-rich sediment
– Kasper Elgetti Brodersen
ISBW082 Effects of temperature and salinity on the functional traits and photosynthesis-irradiance relationship of the seagrass Halophila ovalis
– Yaiza Ontoria
ISBW193 Seasonal metabolic rates of seagrass communities along a latitudinal gradient in the Red Sea
– Andrea Anton

Poster Presentations

*All posters will be presented during the Poster Session on 12 June, 7pm outside Auditorium 2

Abstract no. Abstract Title
– Presenter Name
ISBW003 Effects of ocean acidification on single and mixed seagrass-species meadows in estuarine waters of the Northern Gulf of Mexico
– Laura Guerrero-Meseguer
ISBW005 Flowering and fruiting of the Tropical Intertidal Seagrass Halophila stipulacea under Controlled ex-situ conditions: Understanding the Effects of Climate change on Sexual reproduction of World’s seagrasses using Ex-situ set ups – A case of Tanzanian coast
– Moses Shimba
ISBW008 Conservation of Seagrasses in St. Martin Island, Teknaf, Bangladesh
– Md. Shafiuddin
ISBW018 Long term disturbance of tropical seagrass results in alteration of faunal community and wipe-out of functional groups, in Gazi Bay, Kenya.
– Anna Frouws
ISBW019 Conservation and Management of Seagrass Habitats through Rehabilitation in Palk Bay, Southeast India
– Edward JK Patterson
ISBW020 Tropical Seagrass Impact from Riverine Turbidity in Face of Extreme Storms: SW Puerto Rican Rivers.
– Anitra Thorhaug
ISBW021 Effects of shading on photosynthesis and nitrogen metabolism in Halophila ovalis (R.Brown) J.D.Hooker
– Tarawit Wutiruk
ISBW024 The species composition and distribution of Seagrass in the Valaichchenai Lagoon, Sri Lanka
– Susantha Udagedara
ISBW025 Effect of ocean acidification and warming on Zostera muelleri from Brisbane Waters, Australia
– Sutinee Sinutok
ISBW031 Sediment-effect thresholds for seagrass Zostera muelleri in Porirua Harbour, New Zealand
– Iñigo Zabarte Maeztu
ISBW032 Methods for successful restoration of seagrass (Zostera muelleri) in the subtropical waters of Queensland, Australia
– Nele Wendlaender
ISBW033 Spatial distribution of macrofauna in seagrass beds at Nyali beach – Kenya
– Grace Nduku
ISBW042 Differences in flowering sex ratios between native and invasive populations of the seagrass Halophila stipulacea
– Hung Manh Nguyen
ISBW056 Application of the deep-learning technics for the extraction of seagrass beds: over 30 years changes of beds at Futtsu in the Tokyo Bay, Japan and Hat Chao Mai National Park, Thailand.
– Takehisa Yamakita
ISBW062 Assessment of organic carbon stocks in multispecies and macroalgae dominated seagrass meadows in Gazi bay, Kenya.
– Derrick Omollo
ISBW075 Spatial and temporal distribution of submerged aquatic vegetation in a tropical coastal lagoon habitat
– T.T. Hang Phan
ISBW078 The biomass-density relationship in seagrasses and its use as an ecological indicator
– Joel Creed
ISBW084 Spatial Distribution Patterns of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation in The Biosphere “Los Petenes” in Campeche, Mexico detected by Remote Sensing
– Iliana Pérez
ISBW085 Contrasting thermal tolerance of two Mediterranean seagrass species (Posidonia oceanica and Cymodocea nodosa) to warming
– Yaiza Ontoria
ISBW087 Quantification of the fate of sequestered carbon: from seagrass meadows to the deep-sea
– Masakazu Hori
ISBW089 Demography of Thalassia testudinum in the Reserve of the Biosphere “Los Petenes”, Campeche, Mexico.
– Sergio Armando Fuentes Agueda
ISBW091 Broad-scale estimation of distribution and biomass of tropical seagrass beds covering the whole coastlines of Southeast Asia
– Kenji Sudo
ISBW096 A Preliminary Study of the Seagrasses in Miyajima Island and Surrounds : Ecology & Genetics
– Adriani Mutmainnah
ISBW111 Preliminary assessment of the seagrass habitat associated with the sea cucumbers H. scabra and H. atra in a highly disturbed site of Libong Island, Southern Thailand
– Adonis Floren
ISBW121 Evaluation of the function of seagrass to stabilize sediments
– Yoshiyuki Tanaka
ISBW122 Photosynthesis Performance and Response of Tropical Seagrass, Halophila ovalis (R. Br) Hook. f During Low Tide Exposure
– Michelle Glory G Jonik
ISBW125 First step towards a Western Indian Ocean Seagrass Network
– Katia Ballorain
ISBW126 Monitoring ecosystem services of coral reef associated seagrass communities at Samui Island, the Gulf of Thailand
– Thamasak Yeemin
ISBW128 Methodology Development for Planet Satellite Imagery in Seagrass Mapping
– Therese Anne Rollan
ISBW130 Restoration of a fragmented seagrass habitat in Mannar, Sri Lanka
– Chathurika Munasinghe
ISBW135 Citizen Science: A meaningful application to seagrass and endangered species conservation in Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines
– Reynante Ramilo
ISBW136 Intertidal seagrass monitoring using UAV
– Jannes Heusinkveld
ISBW139 One-decade spatial variability of seagrass meadows and Blue carbon: Ria de Aveiro (Portugal)
– Ana I. Sousa
ISBW141 Innovative techniques in seagrass restoration
– Dieuwke Hoeijmakers
ISBW143 Dredging, port- and waterway construction near coastal plant habitats
– Jasper Dijkstra
ISBW144 “Seagrass ID” App: Information technology for spreading knowledge.
– Magdiel Juárez
ISBW145 Assessment of carbon stocks of Enhalus acoroides (L.f) Royle in Pujada Bay, Philippines
– Lea Jimenez
ISBW148 Dispersal and establishment potential of seagrass vegetative fragments
– Zi Yu Cheok
ISBW152 Citizen science mapping of the seagrass of Merambong Island, Johor, Malaysia
– Nur Afiqah bt Md So’ot
ISBW157 Indo-Pacific Seagrass Network (IPSN) – collaborative research highlighting linkages between seagrass ecosystems, biodiversity and fisheries
– Lina Mtwana Nordlund
ISBW160 Epiphyte diatom community effects on Thalassia testudinum in La Reserva de la Biosfera los Petenes, Campeche, Mexico.
– Margarita Elizabeth Gallegos Martinez
ISBW161 Response to stress and indicators of resilience, from theory to seagrass conservation measures: the HEALSEA project
– Laura Soissons
ISBW164 Exploring the role of citizen science to translate science into action: a focus on SeagrassSpotter
– Benjamin Jones
ISBW166 Establishing a baseline for seagrass species across different natural light environments in Singapore using PAM Fluorometry.
– Li Min Lim
ISBW167 Is credit given where credit is due? The pivotal role of seagrass fisheries
– Johan Eklöf
ISBW170 Does microbe-particle association influence the health of seagrasses?
– Pamela Gatchalian-Alva
ISBW171 Connectivity and dispersal of knobbly sea stars (Protoreaster nodosus) in an urban marine environment
– Genevieve Sew
ISBW172 Carbon Stock Assessment In Seagrass Meadow In Penang, Malaysia
– Siti Noor Adibah Syed Ramli
ISBW173 Seagrass Oasis in Natural Analogues of Warm and Acidic Oceans in Mabini, Philippines
– Caroline Jaraula
ISBW182 A simple method for conducting habitat surveys using a camera-attached Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
– Desmond C.W. Ong
ISBW184 SAV spatial-temporal variations and environmental relationship in different localities in the Gulf of Mexico.
– Margarita Elizabeth Gallegos Martinez
ISBW185 Characterisation of the lonely Zostera marina meadows in North Africa and the deeper one of the Mediterranean (south to the strait of Gibraltar, Morocco)
– Loubna Boutahar
ISBW194 Burial of Organic Carbon, Heavy Metals and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Seagrass Sediments of the Arabian Gulf
– Michael Cusack
ISBW195 The influence of substrate temperature on intertidal seagrasses
– Marnie Campbell
ISBW196 Effect of light availability changes on seagrasses and macroalgae absorption to different forms of nitrogen
– Qiuying Han
ISBW197 Ruppia in China : population crisis, seeds researches, and consevation prospects
– Ruiting Gu
ISBW198 Different population recruitment strageties of the threatended seagrass Zostera japonica in different habitats of temperate China
– Xiaomei Zhang
ISBW200 Enhancing inorganic nitrogen loading to coastal waters by leaching and photodegradation of CDOM released from seagrasses detritus
– Yunchao WU
ISBW201 Effects of seagrass leaf litter decomposition on sediment organic carbon composition and the key transformation processes
– Xiaoping Huang
ISBW202 Effect of sediment type on photosynthesis and biochemical composition of seagrass Thalassia hemprichii (Ehrenb.) Aschers
– Zhijian Jiang
ISBW204 Leaching of dissolved organic matter from seagrass leaf litter and its biogeochemical implications
– Jingping Zhang
ISBW205 Rhizosphere microbial community structure in two tropical seagrass beds: importance of patch types
– Xia Zhang
ISBW207 Marine citizen science in action: seagrass monitoring within Rottnest Island Marine Reserve, south-west Australia
– Alicia Sutton
ISBW209 Phenotypic plasticity in Enhalus acoroides: in vitro and in situ light response experiments
– Karen Araño-Tagulao
ISBW210 Impacts Of Plastics On Seagrass And Its Associated Fauna
– Krishnapriya R
ISBW211 What impact did an unusual summer flood have on seagrass cover in a Western Australian estuary?
– Marta Alarcon
ISBW212 Drivers of methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) emission rates in tropical seagrasses – ongoing studies in the Western Indian Ocean
– Mats Björk
ISBW213 Land-sea connectivity: effects of mangrove degradation on carbon sequestration in nearby seagrass habitats in northeastern Madagascar
– Martin Gullström
ISBW214 Updates on the Seagrasses of the Myeik Archipelago
– Theodora Horangic