DOSI Deep-Sea Round-Up
Welcome! The Deep-Sea Round-Up will be taking a break next week, but there’s plenty of content in this newest issue to tide you over. Two new papers this week come with fascinating video clips of hydrothermal vent animals. The deep-sea mining conversation these past few days has focused on the end of the latest session of the International Seabed Authority, which ended with many questions remaining. Meanwhile, in deep-ocean news, we share the expedition blog for RV Sonne, reports of a new deep-sea isopod species, and more.
Four institutions are sharing new opportunities this week: The Universities of Glasgow, Algarve, and Plymouth, along with the Natural History Museum of the UK, are all seeking deep-sea expertise. Finally, if you do or are planning any work in the Polynesian triangle, make sure to stop by our Wanted section: TV production company Wildstar Films is seeking deep-sea partners for a new series.
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