A study from the St Austell Bay Blue Carbon Mapping Project found the 359 hectare site. “The discovery of extensive surviving seagrass beds in St Austell Bay is a very exciting development,” said Abby Crosby, a marine conservation officer for Cornwall Wildlife Trust in a report by positive.news.
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