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Help Our Kelp: Rewilding the Sussex Kelp Forest

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Ian Hendy is leading the scientific research on a new bid to protect some of Britain's kelp forests

Period23 Mar 2021 → 28 Mar 2021

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Title'Trawler ban is vital for seabed off Sussex'
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletThe Argus
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date28/03/21
DescriptionWhy is the regeneration of kelp important?

It would not only boost depleted marine wildlife but provide other benefits to the marine environment and communities.
URLhttps://www.theargus.co.uk/news/19191614.trawler-ban-vital-seabed-off-sussex/?ref=rss
PersonsIan Hendy
TitleBBC Radio Sussex
Degree of recognitionRegional
Media name/outletBBC Radio Sussex
Media typeRadio
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date26/03/21
DescriptionIan Hendy is leading the scientific research on a new bid to protect some of Britain's kelp forests
Producer/AuthorBBC
URLtiny.cc/i3vvtz
PersonsIan Hendy
TitleWave 105.2
Degree of recognitionRegional
Media name/outletWave 105.2
Media typeRadio
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date24/03/21
DescriptionIan Hendy is leading the scientific research on a new bid to protect some of Britain's kelp forests
URLtiny.cc/2m8vtz
PersonsIan Hendy
TitleHelp Our Kelp: Rewilding the Sussex Kelp Forest
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletSussex Wildlife Trust
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date23/03/21
DescriptionKelp, the group of brown seaweeds that are capable of forming dense 'kelp forests', was once abundant along the West Sussex coastline. But this important habitat has diminished over time, leaving just a few small patches and individual plants, mostly in shallow water along the shoreline.
URLhttps://sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk/catch-up
PersonsIan Hendy

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