Yes. The first artificial reef that was built in Southern California has proven to be a success. A report concludes that 56 underwater test reefs built served as the launch pad for kelp forests. Those kelp forests in turn attracted tons of fish and other bottom-dwelling invertebrates. One researcher said that the years of intensely monitoring the experimental reefs reassured him that kelp could be restored.
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