A decade to study deep-sea life

The United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development presents an exceptional opportunity to effect positive change in ocean use. We outline what is required of the deep-sea research community to achieve these ambitious objectives.

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Howell Kerry L., Hilário Ana, Allcock A. Louise, Bailey David, Baker Maria, Clark Malcolm R., Colaço Ana, Copley Jon, Cordes Erik E., Danovaro Roberto, Dissanayake Awantha, Escobar Elva, Esquete Patricia, Gallagher Austin J., Gates Andrew R., Gaudron Sylvie M., German Christopher R., Gjerde Kristina M., Higgs Nicholas D., Le Bris Nadine, Levin Lisa A., Manea Elisabetta, McClain Craig, Menot Lenaick, Mestre Nelia C., Metaxas Anna, Milligan Rosanna, Muthumbi Agnes W. N., Narayanaswamy Bhavani E., Ramalho Sofia P., Ramirez-Llodra Eva, Robson Laura M., Rogers Alex D., Sellanes Javier, Sigwart Julia D., Sink Kerry, Snelgrove Paul V. R., Stefanoudis Paris V., Sumida Paulo Y., Taylor Michelle L., Thurber Andrew R., Vieira Rui, Watanabe Hiromi K., Woodall Lucy C., Xavier Joana R. (2021). A decade to study deep-sea life. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 5 (3). 265-267. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-020-01352-5, https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00661/77348/

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