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Managed seaweed forests (also known as Ocean Forests, Ocean Macroalgal Afforestation, OMA, or Ocean Afforestation) are complete photosynthesis-powered ecosystems. Forests address the root causes of 21st Century human and ecological crises: ocean pH, sea level, food, warming air and oceans, energy, extreme storms and droughts, fresh water, changing climate, migrating disease, overfishing, decreasing ocean primary productivity and biodiversity, etc. The new forests, growing in what are now nutrient deserts, will capture primarily anthropogenic CO2.

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