SeagrassNet is a global monitoring program begun in 2001 and designed to scientifically detect and document seagrass habitat change (Short et al. 2006a, 2014). Monitoring of eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) in the Great Bay Estuary using SeagrassNet was conducted in Portsmouth Harbor between 2001 and 2009 (Short et al 2006b, Rivers and Short 2007), and is ongoing in Great Bay itself, from 2007 (Short 2009) to the present. In this report, July quadrat photos taken along the three Great Bay SeagrassNet transects from 2007 – 2014 are presented and discussed. They provide useful documentation of field percent cover measurements of eelgrass, and a record of conditions seen in the field on the day of SeagrassNet sampling.
Revision of the version published in April 2017.
Piscataqua Region Estuaries Partnership
Short, Frederick T., "Review of SeagrassNet Monitoring Photographs in Great Bay, New Hampshire, USA 2007 - 2014" (2017). PREP Reports & Publications. 370.