SeaForest LIFE presented at EGU 2021

During the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2021, the largest and most important European geosciences event, held online between 19-30 April 2021, the SeaForest team presented the work "Towards the definition of a standard protocol for the estimation of CO2 fixation by Posidonia oceanica meadows in the Mediterranean Sea (SeaForest Life Project)", within the session dedicated to the "Effects of anthropogenic pressures on marine ecosystems". During the conference, Life SeaForest project was illustrated, with a particular focus on the results of the analysis of the effects caused by boat anchoring on P.oceanica carbon fuxes in the Cilento, Asinara and La Maddalena National Parks.

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