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How fishing became fascinating forever

Whenever you talk about fishing it sounds like a very serious job. It is actually a full time occupation for people to survive their livelihood. So it seems to be little surprising that how far a serious occupation would be your real time entertainment package? 454 more words

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Noise: The Unseen Pollution

By: Julia Zeh

Edited by: Ashley Koo

For students attending school and living in New York City, noise pollution is an all too familiar concept. Lying awake at night as sirens blare and large vehicles rush down Broadway or Amsterdam is a phenomenon most Columbia students are used to. 617 more words

Shine a Little Light

Check out this guy!  Or possibly girl.  There isn’t much information on the interwebs about Benthoctopus sp. or this individual in particular, but the photo (taken by Bruce Strickrott) grabbed my attention and got me thinking.  410 more words

Philosophizing

Conserving the other 50% of the world: status and opportunities in area-based management beyond national jurisdiction

I am pleased to pass on information about a focus group on “Conserving the other 50% of the world: status and opportunities in area-based management beyond national jurisdiction” being organized in association with the 4th International Marine Conservation Congress (July 28th & 29th  2016, St. 1,293 more words

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World Ocean Assessment (WOA) now available online

Dear Colleagues

The Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea, Office of Legal Affairs, United Nations, is pleased to inform you that the First Global Integrated Marine Assessment, also known as the first World Ocean Assessment (WOA), is now available online at the Division’s website ( 34 more words

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3rd INCISE International Submarine Canyon Symposium

Dear submarine canyon enthusiasts,

It is our pleasure to announce the 3rd INCISE International Submarine Canyon Symposium to take place in Victoria, British Columbia, from 25 to 27 July 2016. 172 more words

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NEW PAPER: A primer for use of genetic tools in selecting and testing the suitability of set-aside sites protected from deep-sea seafloor massive sulfide mining activities

Dear Colleagues

A new VentBase paper has just been published entitled:

“A primer for use of genetic tools in selecting and testing the suitability of set-aside sites protected from deep-sea seafloor massive sulfide mining activities” 52 more words

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