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The Deep-Ocean Stewardship Initiative: Advancing science-based Policy engagement to safeguard the deep ocean and inform sustainable use.
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Ana Hilario Jan 17
Next week great public session “The deep ocean in the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development” with Lisa Levin , Paul Snelgrove and Ricardo Serrão Santos hosted by
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Abbe Brown Jan 16
Excited to be able to share "Song of the Oceans" sung by the Science Sings choir
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DOSI Jan 15
Study weighs deep-sea mining's impact on microbes via
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DOSI Jan 15
Please share the importance of deep-sea taxonomy via this excellent 2.5 min video via
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Lisa Ann Levin Dec 21
Who knew deep-sea snailfish laid their eggs in giant, deep-sea protozoans? Check out our new Ecology paper at . Thanks to for making this open access.
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Jeffrey Marlow Dec 19
Nice wake-up call here about the stunning scope of what's about to start happening to one of Earth's last wild areas. Deep-sea mining is coming. (And a brief shout-out at the end :)
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Rachel Crane Dec 19
I don't say this lightly...this article is truly a must read: Mining companies and scientists are racing to explore the deep sea, Wil S. Hylton writes. The outcome may determine the fate of the oceans, and the planet.
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Jeffrey Marlow Dec 12
The new draft text has dropped! As our team prepares for the fourth high seas conservation at the UN this spring, do let us know what you think, and how scientific findings can better inform the treaty process.
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Erica M. Ferrer Dec 11
The only event at about the ~DEEP~ blue sea. Home to breathtaking discoveries and a ornate tapestry of life 🐙, the has been quite stable until now. Life here is particularly vulnerable to temp change and disturbance.
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DOSI Dec 9
Look out for DOSI Side-Event: “Climate Change in the Deep Pacific and Deep Blue Economies.” Wed 11th Dec, 10am, Moana Blue Pacific Pavilion.
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University of California-UNFCCC Dec 7
Ocean deoxygenation means loss of fishes, damage to food webs, loss of habitat as low or no oxygen makes certain areas unlivable. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions is the most important thing we can do to tackle problem, says ’s Lisa Levin.
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IPCC Dec 5
Today, the officially presents the Special Report on Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate at in Madrid🇪🇸 today. Follow this thread to learn about the key findings from the report:
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Lisa Ann Levin Dec 6
IucnOcean The ocean is losing oxygen, threatening marine life and fisheries. is largely to blame. Learn more in ’s new report.
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Lilly McCormick Dec 6
. says policy covers land & 40% of the . 60% is beyond national borders, and contains a wealth of & ecosystems that provide many . Current exploitation requires policy for these international regions!
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Global Ocean Trust Dec 6
at the ocean=climate ! Great argument by ⁦⁩ for the High Seas and the Deep Ocean ⁦
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DOSI Dec 5
With contributions from DOSI Climate Working Group members
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DOSI Dec 4
DOSI is a member of (Ocean and Climate Platform) and DOSI co-lead will help explain policy recommendations to participants
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Anna M Zivian Dec 3
Here at the shows us some of the amazing creatures of the deep ocean, with its high biodiversity, which still largely goes ignored because we have a largely two dimensional view of a three dimensional ocean
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Lisa Ann Levin Dec 3
booth 30 highlights the deep ocean with a Deep SOLO float measuring the ocean temperature and salinity to 6000 m and awesome video
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