DOSI Deep-Sea Round-Up
Ready for a deep dive into this week’s ocean science? The Round-Up starts this week with some fascinating new articles on abyssal anemones, deep-sea adaptations, and hydrothermal vent ecology. We also feature a new Perspective paper on research capacity development, which is especially important for deep-ocean science.
News on deep-sea mining this week is focusing on the end of part 1 of the ISA’s 27th session. For deep-ocean news in general, one especially interesting highlight is a piece on the synergies of exploring deep-sea ecosystems and icy moons.
The Events and Opportunities sections are really worth a read today, as both have plenty of new offerings. Fresh events include a presentation on deep-sea mining, fisheries, and Marine National Monuments later this month, along with a number of interesting conferences to prepare for. As for opportunities, we’re featuring a laboratory research technician job, a consulting position focused on deep-sea mining impact, and even a marine robotics summer school.
Finally, have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a wildlife photographer? How about a deep-sea wildlife photographer? Make sure to scroll to the end of this week’s issue for an interview with Solvin Zankl, who has been capturing fascinating ocean and land creatures on film for over 20 years.
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