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The role of coastal macrophyte beds as a carbon sink is under debate. Various studies have provided global estimates of the carbon sequestration and stocks of macrophyte beds; however, the final fate of macrophyte debris exported from coastal beds remains uncertain, and must be determined in order to fully clarify the role of coastal vegetation as a carbon sink. Here we conducted bottom-trawl surveys to investigate the extensive and seasonal aggregation of exported macrophytes on thedoi:10.1038/s41598-019-39982-w pmid:30858431 pmcid:PMC6411727 fatcat:lxsdoiddnjcjxjrjddtveh47uq