DOSI Deep-Sea Round-Up
It’s been a busy week for the deep-sea community with the kick off of the 16th Deep-Sea Biology Society Symposium. There have been some excellent presentations with a number of special sessions led by DOSI working group leads. Alongside this the UN Ocean Decade 2nd lab – Predicted Ocean – has been taking place with satellite events from DOOS and Challenger 150. But in case you have a bit of spare reading time in and amongst all that, there are a number of new papers to get stuck into, with a new study on glass sponges inspiring media coverage of the unique fluid dynamics they create. Other papers consider impacts on the deep-sea from anthropogenic sources including fishing, organic pollutants and mining, while a new review considers the techniques and challenges of cold-water coral restoration.
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