To tackle the global crisis facing kelp forests we need to work at a global scale, and broadly develop and implement solutions. To this end, we have established the global
Green Gravel Action Group.
This international group of researchers will trial green gravel restoration in different regions. Together we will communicate research findings and develop general protocols for different kelp species and in different parts of the world. This will facilitate broad implementation and uptake of the tool.
Professor of Marine Botany and a former Australian Research Council Future Fellow within the UWA’s Oceans Institute. His primary interests lie in the ecological interactions in temperate seaweed-dominated habitats such as kelp forests.
Research Fellow with UWA’s Oceans Institute, she is a Marine Ecologist studying the drivers and patterns of long-term change in coastal ecosystems. Her expertise centres on climate-driven changes to kelp forests and