DOSI Deep-Sea Round-Up
Welcome back to the Deep-Sea Round-Up! This week’s issue starts with new research on topics including brittle star DNA, deep-sea sponges, and hydrothermal vent shrimps. Our news section is very busy today, with articles on the dragonfish spotted on the California coast last week, newly-discovered sponge grounds, and the deepest fish ever caught off Australia.
One of the highlights of today’s round-up is a call from NOAA Ocean Exploration for scientists to participate in an expedition’s shore-based operations, so make sure to browse our Events section. For those seeking a PhD, our Opportunities listings feature two fully-funded positions with the Center for Ocean Life and the Technical University of Denmark.
Finally, have you been following the news about Monterey Bay Aquarium’s deep-sea exhibit? Our Round-Up this week concludes with the latest episode of the Deep-Sea Podcast, in which Drs. Thom Linley and Alan Jamieson speak with Monterey Bay aquarists and life-support engineers about the work needed to bring deep-ocean creatures to the public.
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