B.C. kelp is in hot water, but science may help save our underwater rainforests – Quesnel Cariboo Observer

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Rochelle Baker, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter CANADA’S NATIONAL OBSERVER B.C.’s critical kelp forests withered as climate change has triggered marine heat waves along the entire West Coast in recent years. But exceptions to the rule may provide insights helpful to saving and restoring our underwater forests, said Samuel Starko, a University of Victoria researcher. Kelp…

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