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Te Ipukarea Society: We know little about our deepest oceans

Saturday 29 August 2020 | Written by Losirene Lacanivalu | Published in Environment

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Te Ipukarea Society: We know little about our deepest oceans
The deep oceans teem with life not found anywhere else on the planet. These deep-sea stars live in the dark depths of the Gulf of Mexico. NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION 20082813

OPINION: Without more environmental data, deep sea mining activities could cause damage that an already over-stressed ocean cannot recover from.

OPINION: Without more environmental data, deep sea mining activities could cause damage that an already over-stressed ocean cannot recover from.


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