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Scientists Work to Save Disappearing Kelp Forestsi
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August 20, 2013 11:31 PM
Underwater kelp forests are sometimes called the rain forests of the sea, but they’re disappearing, hurting fisheries and coastal communities worldwide. A project off the coast of California is helping to restore them, as we hear from Mike O'Sullivan in Los Angeles.

Scientists Work to Save Disappearing Kelp Forests

Published August 20, 2013

Underwater kelp forests are sometimes called the rain forests of the sea, but they’re disappearing, hurting fisheries and coastal communities worldwide. A project off the coast of California is helping to restore them, as we hear from Mike O'Sullivan in Los Angeles.


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