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Re: “Abalone Collapse with Kelp Forests

Phil Sammet is diving in or near Fort Ross? Isn't that area closed? That location was decimated several years ago from a red tide and no wonder he saw no abalone there. Not a fair representation of the healthier populations further north. The kelp growth has actually increased this year from last in the spots we dive in northern Sonoma and southern Mendocino counties. No question about the urchins though. Everywhere except the isolated rock outcroppings where the abalone have clustered in big numbers and the urchins can't migrate across the sand. Those isolated areas also have abundant kelp growth again.

Posted by Scott E. on 11/29/2017 at 4:18 PM

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