This is why early detection of ‘hidden forests’ is so important | Eduardo Delgado
Does it make sense to talk about deserts under the sea? When we picture a desert in our minds, we imagine an arid place where water is extremely scarce. We can also imagine a rather lifeless place, with little biodiversity. Yet contradictory as it may seem, there are also deserts under the sea - areas with little life that unfortunately are becoming more common and growing around the world. Given that they are beneath the sea and often go unnoticed, they are also called “hidden deserts”.