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Te Ipukarea Society: ‘Threats of serious damage’

Saturday 17 October 2020 | Written by Losirene Lacanivalu | Published in Environment

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Te Ipukarea Society: ‘Threats of serious damage’
A graphics showing predicted impacts of deep seabed mineral mining on the marine environments of the deep ocean midwater columns and the effected ecosystem services. Graphic Credit: (Drazen et al., 2020)/ 20101644

OPINION: Deep seabed mining could cause irreversible harm to our oceans, from the seafloor to the surface and the midwater columns in between.

OPINION: Deep seabed mining could cause irreversible harm to our oceans, from the seafloor to the surface and the midwater columns in between.


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