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New research from the University of Sheffield has discovered that the deep open ocean, by far the largest habitat for life on Earth, is currently the most under-explored area of the sea, and the one we know least about.
In an unprecedented effort that will be published online on the 28th of July by the international journal Nature, a team of scientists mapped and analyzed global biodiversity patterns for over 11,000 marine species ranging from tiny zooplankton to sharks and whales.
An efficient network of specialists, data and tools to explore and safeguard Antarctica formed as legacy of IPY.
World Register of Marine Species inaugurated with first 122,500 validated names; over 56,000 aliases for ocean species identified
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