Could coral reefs close to seagrass be buffered from ocean acidification?

Seagrass meadows have long been known to be highly productive habitats, and as a result producing oodles of oxygen in the midday sun. Anyone who’s ever snorkelled over a seagrass meadow on a sunny day will have seen seagrass leaves furiously bubbling away. This photosynthetic productivity can result in an increase in the pH of … Continue reading Could coral reefs close to seagrass be buffered from ocean acidification?