Monthly Ocean Science Roundup – October

Date: 29th October 2019

This edition explores:

  • Cold-water corals and deep-sea sponges by-catch mitigation: dealing with ground fish survey data in the management of the northwest Atlantic Ocean High Seas
  • Rapid increase in Asian bottles in the South Atlantic Ocean indicates major debris inputs from ships
  • A fast-moving target: achieving marine conservation goals under shifting climate and policies

Welcome to the October issue of the OneOcean Mailout. Every month Communications Inc undertakes a critical review of recently published scientific literature from peer reviewed journals. 

Undertaken by one of our marine science colleagues, research is focused on specific topic areas including climate change, marine pollution, deep-sea ecosystems, the high seas, coral reefs, marine protected areas, fisheries and ocean industries.

Keeping abreast of developments in relevant science is key to informing solutions and policy required to protect our ocean and our aim is to provide this information in an easily digestible and applicable format.

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