Tamaki Estuary is slowly showing signs of ecological recovery, Times reports, after several decades of poor health. One of most encouraging signs appears to be the gradual return of a native seagrass. Commonly recognised as the “lungs of the ocean”, seagrass is a primary productivity powerhouse, pumping significant volumes of oxygen (10 litres of oxygen per m2 per day) into the atmosphere and drawing down carbon dioxide.

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