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Photo of seaweed washed up on a beach.

The "wrack line" on beaches: An ecological bridge between land and sea.

Credit: David Spiller


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Map of the Caribbean Sea and North Atlantic Ocean showing the location of the Sargasso Sea.

Much of the floating seaweed off the Bahamas is sargassum, named for the Sargasso Sea.

Credit: bermudatriangle.org


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Photo of the deep blue sea in the foreground with a island in the Bahamas in the background.

The deep blue sea: Its seaweed is a treasure trove for species in the ocean and on land.

Credit: David Spiller


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Photo of Jonah Piovia-Scott in an experimental plot.

Jonah Piovia-Scott in an experimental plot. Some plots had seaweed added, others did not.

Credit: David Spiller


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Photo showing mats of seaweed floating on the sea with islands in the Bahamas in the background.

Mats of seaweed; they will soon float ashore on islands in the Bahamas.

Credit: David Spiller


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Photo of David Spiller, second from left, and other scientists posing on a beach in the Bahamas.

David Spiller (second from left) and other scientists study ocean-land connections.

Credit: Nancy Bottomley


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