Golden Kelp: Foundation Species of the Great Southern Reef
The Great Southern Reef is dominated by a canopy forming seaweed species, Ecklonia radiata. This kelp, sometimes called common kelp or golden kelp is known as a foundation species as it provides food, shelter and habitat for hundreds of species. Seaweeds also play an important role in slowing climate change by taking carbon out of the atmosphere.
Production Year: 2020
Duration: 4 min
Series: Great Southern Reef
Printable Resources: Yes
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