Investigating Ocean Acidification in the Rocky Intertidal

Created: 7/31/2019 -

Abstract

The rocky intertidal zone, or the band of rocky coastline that is flooded by high tides and exposed during low tides, is home to a wealth of colorful seaweeds and uniquely adapted invertebrates. In Southern California, Cabrillo National Monument and Channel Islands National Park both protect rocky intertidal habitat to the delight of curious visitors young and old.

Keywords

Scale
Community / Local
Sector Addressed
Biodiversity
Conservation / Restoration
Type of Adaptation Action/Strategy
Natural Resource Management / Conservation
Region
Coasts
North America
United States
Southwest