Deakin University marine scientist worries endangered giant kelp becoming 'patchy' off Warrnambool

Jackson Graham
Updated June 29 2020 - 3:25am, first published June 28 2020 - 3:30am
MAPPING IMPACT: Deakin University's Associate Professor Daniel Ierodiaconou says researchers are collecting long-term data for the Lady Bay kelp forest as they reduce worldwide due to climate change. Picture: Anthony Brady

UNDERWATER off Warrnambool forests grow metres tall spreading across the seabed and supporting fisheries and diverse plants.

Jackson Graham

Jackson Graham

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Jackson is a reporter for The Standard.