DOSI Deep-Sea Round-Up
The 4th round of BBNJ negotiations is in full swing, and DOSI is working to support delegates on the many important deep-sea aspects. This week’s Round-Up starts with a new brief on the basics of those connections, so please read and share! After that, we launch into new research. Topics include brisingid sea stars on inactive sulfide chimneys, virus diversity in marine snow, and deep-sea elasmobranch distribution.
In the Deep-Seabed Mining section, we feature a new paper on nodule mining plume impacts. Then we cover the news, the biggest story of which is the discovery of an extremely well-preserved (and ecologically interesting) famous shipwreck.
Events showcased this week include a webinar on deep-sea microbes and a Schmidt Ocean art exhibition, and there are new openings for a workshop on deep-sea research, program funding, and technology. Finally, our Wanted section shares a call for early-career seminar presenters from the Deep-Sea Biology Society. Enjoy!
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