Karen Filbee-Dexter is a research fellow at the School of Biological Sciences of the University of Western Australia. She is a marine ecologist studying the drivers and patterns of long-term change in coastal ecosystems. Her research has largely focused on drivers and patterns of long-term change in coastal ecosystems.
Amazon, Borneo, Congo, Daintree. We know the names of many of the world’s largest or most famous rainforests. And many of us know about the world’s largest span of forests, the boreal forests stretching from Russia to Canada. But how many of us could name an underwater forest? Hidden underwater are huge kelp and seaweed […]