DOSI Deep-Sea Round-Up
This week’s Deep-Sea Round-Up is all about solving mysteries. What does sea ice melting do to the Biological Carbon Pump? Where do the bioluminescent light organs in shrimp come from? And how do tiny bacteria help hydrothermal vent snails survive? Our research section has the latest work on these questions and more, and we hope you’re excited to dive in.
In news this week, Dr. Robin Beaman shares his experience coordinating a survey of Australia’s ocean depths while locked down in his home hundreds of kilometers away. Then, in events, we feature the opening of the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s new exhibit and the launch of a a New Blue Curriculum by UNESCO.
The opportunities are especially exciting this week: NOAA’s explorer in training program, a paid COBRA deep-sea exploration course, and even an Artist-in-Residence position are all featured. Plus, make sure to read to the end to listen to a new cephalopod-centric episode of the Deep-Sea Podcast.
Finally, one more reminder: Don’t forget to submit your work and news to Deep-Sea Life issue 18 here by January 17th!
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