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A visual estimation technique was used to estimate the standing crop of a mixed-species seagrass meadow at Green Island, northern Queensland. This technique measured monthly changes in the standing crop of seagrass within 10 fixed quadrats along three fixed transects from May 1987 to April 1988. The mean standing crop fluctuated by a factor of two from 60 g dry weight (DW) m-2 (August 1987) to 133 g DW m-2 (December 1987). The climatic factors that correlated with mean monthly standing cropdoi:10.1071/mf9930033 fatcat:v2nh4v67hfgubcbcu2remfjupa