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Welcome to the registration page for "Singapore’s Underwater Meadows" by Dr Len McKenzie, TropWATER (James Cook University).

Seagrass habitats are one of the most productive ecosystems on earth but few people know what they are and how they are important to the health and functioning of other marine ecosystems and human well-being. In this talk, Dr. Len McKenzie covers the seagrass basics, but also talks about why regular seagrass monitoring is important and how monitoring seagrass in Singapore is contributing to global effort in understanding changes in seagrass ecosystems.

Date:
12 June 2013, Wednesday

Time:
7.00pm to 8.30pm

Venue:
Function Hall, Botany Centre, Level 1, Singapore Botanic Gardens


This session is organised by National Parks Board.
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