Research

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Scientists at the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) in Oban ar ...

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"The effect of the anthropogenic disturbance by scientific drilling operations on seabed landscape and megafaunal habitation was surveyed in a deep-sea hydrothermal field, the Iheya North field, in the Okinawa Trough. Although the effects of the drilling operation on seabed landscape and megafaunal composition are probably confined to an area of maximally 30 m from the drill holes, the newly established hydrothermal vent ecosystem has already lasted 2 years and is like to continue to exist until the fluid discharge ceases and thus the ecosystem in the area has been altered for long-term."

Deep sea litter: A comparison of seamounts, banks and a ridge in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans reveals both environmental and anthropogenic factors impact accumulation and composition.

Information "climate change: EU position & scientific conference#CFCC15"

Academic Collaboration potential for MASTS in South East Asia