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|Title:||Protecting the seagrass biome : report from the traditional seagrass knowledge working group|
|Authors:||Borg, Joseph A.|
Mateo, Miguel Angel
Boudouresque, Charles Francois
Sanchez-Lizaso, Jose Luis
Jackson, Emma L.
Marine habitat conservation
Science -- International cooperation
|Publisher:||Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science|
|Citation:||Borg, J. A., Hellblom, F., Wyllie-Echeverria, S., Gunnarsson, K., Mateo, M. A., Boudouresque, C. F., ... Schanz, A. (2002). Protecting the seagrass biome : report from the traditional seagrass knowledge working group. Bulletin of Marine Science, 71(3), 1415-1417.|
|Abstract:||To advance the notion that TEKW may strengthen regional efforts to protect the seagrass biome, scientists from Iceland, Spain, France, Malta, United Kingdom, Sweden, Germany, Australia, Japan and the United States recently formed the Traditional Seagrass Knowledge (TSK) Working Group at the Fourth International Seagrass Biology Workshop (Corsica). This effort is guided by studies that demonstrate seagrass flora had both cultural and socio-economic value for coastal dwellers in the North Atlantic and Northeast Pacific for many generations.|
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