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Is there such a thing as oceanic permaculture?

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I really didn't know where to post this, if anyone has a better idea, please feel free to move this or cross-reference it.

I read this article a moment ago:


And I had the thought, I wonder if there are any underwater permaculture projects.  After a few searches on the forums, I couldn't find anything, and I wonder if it even exists.

If so, what does it look like?  How could permaculture be used to solve this problem, which seems to be caused or exacerbated by seawater temperature?  

It seems like there are a lot of oceanic problems that affect us above the water as well, do we have solutions?
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A man made reef could be considered a food forest. Plenty of those around.

I went on a scuba trip in the bahamas. The leader had planted/established a coral garden that in time will be a coral reef.
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