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Tom Rossiter 18h
Day 1 Acoustic Survey Update: 'Things went suspiciously well today....'
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Long Beach Marine Institute Jul 11
Kelp doesn't have roots. Instead, it uses something called holdfasts to attach itself to solid structures such as rocks. Holdfasts act like roots, but they don't absorb nutrients.
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4Steps2HealthUSA Jul 12
: all you really need: CoralClub
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Long Beach Marine Institute Jul 9
Many species of kelp have pneumatocysts, which are gas-filled bladders that help keep the fronds afloat in the water.
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Geometry Jul 12
A new campaign by ย aims to get young people excited about . ย 
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Brooke Weigel ๐ŸŒฑ๐Ÿ’ฆ 18h
How are ? This piece of bull kelp on Tatoosh Island, Washington was x 4 Brookes tall = 21.5 feet! They get much larger, too...
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Lilian Lieber Jul 15
Nice study on the importance of forest habitats for reef fish:
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Nova Scotia Fisherman Skincare Jul 11
๐ŸŒฑ These are some seabuckthorn and charcoal sea kelp soaps settling with a cold process for 6-8 weeks.. This curing process helps create a denser, longer lasting bar and rich lather, without adding chemicals or foaming agents.
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Pretty Produce Jul 15
Spring is pretty much here. Hey, all good ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ. Getting all sorts of Goodies on my patches supplied by marvellous Ian and Linda Burrows of greendroporganics ... Nutri-Tech Solutions โ€ฆ
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jebyrnes Jul 15
Off the URI for the KEEN ONE meeting and data ! thanks to our hosts, and !
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Jim Matorin Jul 14
. Would pair well with a bowl of
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Kindle ๐Ÿ”œ GlitchCon 2019 Jul 12
Replying to @JonahMJackson
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Kate Vylet Jul 8
Torn and tangled, feather boa (Egregia menziesii) is often overlooked as divers wade through slippery shallows to visit its more elegant brethren. The disarray can be quite beautiful in its own right however if you take a moment to embrace the chaotic mess of .
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Liam Coleman Jul 15
Our new babies are growing up so quickly! Looking forward to new experiments with juvenile sporophytes!
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Mehgan Heaney-Grier Jul 14
Let's get our seaweed on! Yummy-" - A Sustainable Seafood That Could Save Our , But It's Been Slow To Catch On" -
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Book Cougars Podcast Jul 14
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Brooke Weigel ๐ŸŒฑ๐Ÿ’ฆ Jul 11
I canโ€™t think of a better birthday celebration than through a calm forest on the outer coast of ! We even saw a ๐Ÿณ Check out these glorious and
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Dr. Tiff Stephens Jul 10
Heyo! Seagrove Kelp Co. spent the day processing wild , which is destined for users to test for product development. Weโ€™re getting excited to start growing our own , soon! ๐ŸคŸ
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Twisted Kettle Jul 10
When @peninsulakelpco call round on a โ€œSchoolโ€ night for taste testing/blending. Awesome ๐Ÿ‘
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Phys.org Jul 10
Marine scientists discover an important, overlooked role urchins play in the forest ecosystem
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