Photosynthesis clouded by bay dredging

Researchers are assessing the degree to which reduced light caused by dredging will affect seagrass and the marine life that relies upon it in Queensland’s Gladstone Harbour.

There are concerns the dredging, planned to start in June, will produce turbidity creating a yellow light environment which could impact the seagrasses’ process of photosynthesis.

Read more at University of Technology Sydney