Doing Poseidon’s work: How citizen scientists are helping to restore endangered seagrass

An endangered seagrass which supports seahorses, blue swimmer crabs and fish like snapper is being successfully rehabilitated thanks to the help of citizen scientists and UNSW scientists.

A study led by UNSW Science PhD student Giulia Ferretto from UNSW’s School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences and published in Biological Conservation, enlisted the help of 80 citizen scientists to restore Posidonia australis in Port Stephens.

Read the full article over on UNSW’s website