DOSI Deep-Sea Round-Up
Welcome to the last Deep-Sea Round-Up of March! We start this issue with a link to our Open Access Task Force’s briefing for the DOSI community, which was just released yesterday. Then it’s on to the latest research topics, from eye sizes in deep-sea shrimps to variability of trench fauna and deep-sea fishery management.
Council meetings of the ISA are continuing for the next two days, so we provide a link to the proceedings. We also highlight the latest deep-ocean news, including an article on Monterey Bay Aquarium’s groundbreaking new exhibit.
The Events section this week is packed with conferences, so make sure to keep an eye on deadlines for participation. Opportunities are similarly exciting: We cover a new postdoc opening, funding opportunities with NOAA Ocean Exploration, and more. If you know an excellent young researcher from a developing country, you may also want to nominate them for the 2022 ISA Secretary-General’s Award for Excellence in Deep-Sea Research.
Finally, our Round-Up this week ends with a video of deep-sea biologist Peter Girguis sharing his journey into deep-ocean science and the importance of improving diversity in our field. Enjoy!
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