This is an article sourced from the ABC Website:

New technology to map the seabed could lead to more frequent monitoring of the health of seagrass off the South Australian coast.

SA Water and a Taiwanese university are testing the technology in Saint Vincent Gulf, towing a sensor behind a boat.

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Additional to this article is a channel 7 news report which includes video. Click here to view

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Seabed Mapping

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