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Climate change: Wales' sea grass and salt marshes 'vital'

WorldNews Thursday, 17 September 2020
Climate change: Wales' sea grass and salt marshes 'vital'Dr Cai Ladd, an expert in the field at Glasgow University, said NRW's study was important and restoring these areas should be seen as a "key priority". "There are very interesting processes that happen which are unique to the coast. Sediments accumulate over time so...
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