bull kelp

bull kelp

n
(Plants) any of various large brown seaweeds of Pacific and Antarctic waters
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At one point, Erlandson stops the kayak, hauls a massive, ropey specimen of bull kelp onto his lap and takes a bite.
Our data does not show the presence of Fukushima radioisotopes in West Coast Giant Kelp or Bull Kelp," Steven Manley, one of the researchers, said.
They compiled a list of the most promising seaweeds, including a brown sea kelp known as "tangle" or "cuvie", bladderwrack, and bull kelp.
Shigoku Oysters with Bull Kelp, Crispy Geoduck and Smoked Steelhead Roe
The tea service brings together the materials common for water holding to each culture: porcelain in Britain and bull kelp in Tasmania, representing the beginnings of a hybrid culture.
The book consists of five detailed chapters on ecosystem-based management of marine microalgae and the bull kelp Nereocystis leutkeana, the ecology and management of temperate mangroves, the exploitation and conservation of precious corals, the biology of vestimentiferan tubeworms, and historical reconstruction of human-induced changes in US estuaries.
Proof of their wanderings is on the walls - along with a bevy of nudes, huge paintings of mountains in the Yukon, bull kelp seaweed from New Zealand and wonderfully characterful Mexican chaps, looking like extras from a spaghetti western, but the real McCoy.
It's ablaze with strawberry anemone and crowned with bull kelp that sways in the gentle waves.
Because bull kelp and giant kelp often appeared similar in the photographs, we also conducted ground-truth surveys to verify the locations of the two species.
From late spring through fall, beds of bull kelp, Nereocystis leutkeana, form canopies at the sea's surface in many places, but most are swept away by storm seas during the subsequent winter.
The two strongest proposals are a section off of Port Orford, a 4-square-mile area rife with sea stacks, canopy kelp beds, rocky subtidal areas and abundant seabird colonies; and a swath of territory near Otter Rock, home to the largest stand of bull kelp north of Cape Arago, said Gus Gates, Oregon field policy coordinator with the Surfrider Foundation.
The bull kelp bass tops the 14-pound, 7-ounce specimen Newport Beach's Tom Murphy caught on his home turf in 1993 that the International Game Fish Association recognizes as its all-tackle standard.