Creatures linked to seagrass habitat in Indonesia’s Wakatobi National Park provide at least half of fish-based human food in the area, according to researchers from the UK. But people are catching too many juvenile fish and, together with poor seagrass habitat management, this could undermine the long-term security of this food supply.
Research by Dr Richard Unsworth of the College of Science has been reported in:
- Thursday 30 October 2014 13.11 GMT
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- College of Science