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Floating Forests is back!

Hi there,

We're delighted to announce the relaunch of Floating Forests!

Our science team has assembled images of Giant Kelp forests around the planet over the last thirty-five years from the Landsat series of satellites. You've helped us figure out how we can use the power of citizen science to learn about these forests.

And now it's time to turn those lessons into some exciting action.

At Floating Forests, you'll help us look at satellite images and circle where you see kelp forests. We've rebuilt the entire project in Project Builder with a brand-new image processing pipeline so that we can see kelp like we've never been able to see it before. With the new site, we're exploring parts of the world where scientists have rarely been able to look. In our first season, we want to understand how kelp forests around the Falkland Islands which hang out on the Patagonian Shelf off of South America on the edge of the subantarctic and tundra zones. These forests, a breeding ground for squid, have received little attention because they're so remote, and we're hoping to learn how thirty years of environmental change have impacted somewhere that is comparatively quite pristine.

Future seasons will include looking at kelp living on the edge of climate change zones, kelps around cities, jaunts to the subantarctic islands, and more.

You can learn more at www.floatingforests.org/about/research or visit our blog at blog.floatingforests.org.

We look forward to seeing you at www.floatingforests.org!

-The Floating Forests Science Team

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