Could kelp forests keep ocean acidification at bay?

Scientists have long argued that restoring forests on land could mitigate global climate change, but what about restoring forests in the sea? Not forests made up of trees, of course, but of kelp: giant, brown algae that thrive in shallow, temperate seas and provide habitat for numerous species. (Fuente: Mongabay)


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