This issue explores:
- No recovery of a large-scale anthropogenic sediment disturbance on the Pacific seafloor after 77 years at 6460 m depth
- The recent normalization of historical marine heat extremes
- Timing and magnitude of climate-driven range shifts in transboundary fish stocks challenge their management
Welcome to the February 2022 issue of the OneOcean Science Mailout.
In this edition we’re bringing you three new papers – these are focused on sediment disturbance on the Pacific seafloor; the recent normalization of historical marine heat extremes; and the management of transboundary fish stocks.
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