Resilience of Scotland's sedimentary carbon
Scotland's shelf and coastal seas hold vast quantities of sedimentary carbon. Yet the stability of these sedimentary carbon stores under increasing anthropogenic pressure is poorly understood. This project seeks to examine and quantify the potential impacts of management practices, particularly the impacts of mobile benthic fishing gear, on the long-term stability of Scotland’s marine sedimentary carbon stores.
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