A decade to study deep-sea life

Kerry L. Howell, Ana Hilario, AL Allcock, David Bailey, Maria Baker, Malcolm Clark, Ana Colaco, Jon Copley, Erik Cordes, Roberto Danovaro, A Dissanayake, Elva Escobar, Patricia Esquete, Austin Gallagher, Andrew R. Gates, Sylvie Gaudron, CR German, Kristina Gjerde, Nicholas D. Higgs, Nadine LeBrisLisa, A. Levin, Elisabetta Manea, Craig McClain, Lenaick Menot, Nelia Mestre, Anna Metaxas, Rosanna Milligan, Agnes Muthumbi, Bhavani Narayanaswamy, Sofia Ramalho, Eva Ramirez-Llodra, Laura Robson, Alex Rogers, Javier Sellanes, Julia Sigwart, Kerry Sink, P V R Snelgrove, Paris Stefanoudis, Paulo Sumida, Michelle Taylor, Andrew Thurber, Rui Vieira, Hiromi Watanabe, Lucy Woodall, Joana Xavier

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Abstract

The UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development represents a once in a generation opportunity to effect positive change in ocean use. We outline what is required of the deep-sea research community in order to achieve the ambitious objectives of the Ocean Decade and call for the development of a new ten-year research programme.
Original languageEnglish
JournalNature Ecology and Evolution
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Publication statusPublished - 25 Nov 2020

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