PLANNING a trip to the beach? If you are holidaying in the UK, remember to cast a keen eye over the seaweed lying around. What you see could help monitor the impact of climate change on marine life.
Seaweed, including kelp forests, is a key component of marine ecosystems globally. The sea around the UK alone is home to more than 600 species. However, they are threatened by rising sea temperatures, ocean acidification and increases in non-native species.
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