A Morro Bay National Estuary Program staff member uses a GPS unit to find transplanted eelgrass. Staff members monitor areas where eelgrass was re-planted to determine survival rates.
A Morro Bay National Estuary Program staff member uses a GPS unit to find transplanted eelgrass. Staff members monitor areas where eelgrass was re-planted to determine survival rates. Courtesy of the Morro Bay National Estuary Program
A Morro Bay National Estuary Program staff member uses a GPS unit to find transplanted eelgrass. Staff members monitor areas where eelgrass was re-planted to determine survival rates. Courtesy of the Morro Bay National Estuary Program

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How drought affects the health of Morro Bay Estuary

October 01, 2016 1:28 PM

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