Your Spooky Deep-Sea Round-Up
When lures glow in abyssal waters, and strange and frightening sounds echo through the deep– That is the time when the Halloween Round-Up is present, sharing the latest research with ghoulish delight!
This week, that research includes an assessment of human impacts on Australian submarine canyons, habitats off of Morro Bay, California, and the population genomic structure of two beaked whale species. But the thrills don’t end there: We’re also featuring an opportunity with Scripps Institution of Oceanography, a call for projects from Pure Ocean, and COBRA’s 2023 Master Class in Deep-Sea Exploration leadership. If you’re ready to get into the Halloween spirit yourself, try to reach the end of the newsletter where we link to masterfully macabre Jack-o’-lantern carving templates from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.
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