Climate change threatening underwater forests: Study

Climate change could lead to decline of underwater kelp forests by impacting their microbiome, according to a study. Ocean warming can change microbes on the kelp surface, leading to disease and potentially putting fisheries at risk. Blistering and bleaching of the kelp’s surface impacts their ability to photosynthesise.PTI

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