DOSI Deep-Sea Round-Up
Today’s Round-Up features… worms! New papers are covering polychaete biodiversity in the Clarion-Clipperton Zone, mussels living in shipworm burrows, and a meta-analysis of free-living nematodes. There are also two papers on ramifications of the new BBNJ Treaty.
Deadlines are fast approaching for cruise berths on 2024 AtlantiS expeditions, so make sure to check the Opportunities section if you’re interested. This is also the last week to apply for The U.S. University-National Oceanographic Laboratory System’s Technical Internship Program.
Don’t forget to submit your deep-ocean updates for the February issue of Deep-Sea Life, as those submissions are due February 9th. Finally, scroll to the end of the Round-Up to hear BLUE GOLD, a song by artist Lillooet Fox about the importance of reducing ocean plastic pollution.
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