Posted on Jan 26, 2022

Deep Blue – Marine Ecology Newsletter, Winter 2022

Welcome to the Winter edition of Deep Blue

In the winter edition of Deep Blue, read our insight on planning for new port developments and discover the astonishing diversity of marine invertebrates in the Falkland Islands.  We also cover the costs of deep sea mining, the UN’s ‘Decade of Ocean Science’, and once again we take a close look through the lens, this time at the tentacled lagoon worm.

This edition covers the following topical issues

Through the lens: Alkmaria romijni

Mining the deep – at what cost?

The United Nations’ Ocean Decade

New ports: from confrontation to collaboration?

Astonishing diversity of marine invertebrates in Stanley Harbour, Falkland Islands

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    Daisy Chamberlain
    Head of Marine Ecology
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