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Working group releases report evaluating the use of nature-based strategies to combat ocean acidification

SACRAMENTO – After months of research and deliberation, a working group convened by the California Ocean Protection Council and California Ocean Science Trust on Tuesday released a report analyzing seagrass and kelp as an ocean acidification management tool in California. The report, which synthesizes data and results from ongoing research and monitoring, provides guidance on […]
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