Diving Deep for Blue Carbon
Monday, 7 November 2022
Indonesia’s marine resources have potentially higher blue carbon sequestration than tropical rainforests in green carbon removal. However, seagrass and mangrove ecosystems are not yet optimally tapped on.
PRAMADITYA Wicaksono has been attentively exploring the seagrass ecosystem as a blue carbon ecosystem since 2010. The lecturer at the Department of Geography Information Science, School of Geography, Gadjah Mada University, is currently focusing on developing data processing and remote sensing methods to dive into seagrass beds. Under the auspices of the Oceanographic Research Center of the National Research and Innovation Age...
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