Imagine a grove of trees you can sail down into, 80 feet tall, filled with wildlife. In the Pacific Ocean, that’s called a kelp forest. Southern California has lost vast amounts of these underwater forests. In order to restore kelp in a patch of ocean off the Palos Verdes Peninsula, …Read More

Source: The California Report – Science

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