Seaweed key to mitigating ocean acidification

Kelp thrives in acidifying ocean waters taking up CO2 and nutrients from their environment Photo: Claire Fackler/NOAA

In the Pacific Northwest, NOAA scientists and partners are studying the potential for seaweed farms to help fight ocean acidification by removing carbon dioxide (CO2) from the ocean.

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