Dr Zeehan Jaafar on enhancing marine connectivity in Singapore

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Singapore has mapped out its marine and coastal habitats to help guide developments around these areas. It has found that these marine ecosystems are generally self-sustaining. Data of four representative organisms — mangrove seeds and seagrass, coral and sea star larvae — were used to map how they connect between coastal and marine habitats. Dr Zeehan Jaafar from the department of biological sciences at NUS shared about the range of marine biodiversity in Singapore and how it plays a role in maintaining connectivity.

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