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The ResilienSEA project launches the first West African Seagrass Atlas
Seagrass meadows can be one of our biggest allies in tackling the climate crisis
Header image: Members of the Senegal field monitoring team analysing subtidal seagrasses in Delta du Saloum National Park. National Implementation Team of Senegal, 2019.
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