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Kelp is more important than you might realise. And climate change threatens it

Kelp pictured in the ocean near a beach, floating on the surface. Image: Shane Stagner/Unsplash

Sonia Fernandez

Engineering and Public Affairs Writer, University of California, Santa Barbara

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Giant kelp is essential to ocean ecosystems. Image: Max Castorani

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