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According as seaweed rapidly decreases and calcareous algae increases due to global warming and marine pollution, the surface of seabed rock turns white or red. As a result, problems have arisen such as the progress of marine desertification and the disappearance of marine life that lives in habitats of seaweed. Hence, the 'Ocean Fractal Forest,' on which the 'sea reforestation project' is engrafted, has been designed in order to restore marine ecology and allow the convenient management of it through enhancing accessibility between the land the sea.
Cheongju-si, South Korea