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A Decade of Discovery
First Census Shows Life in Planet Ocean is Richer, More Connected, More Impacted than Expected Culminating a 10-year exploration, 2,700 scientists from 80 nations report first Census of Marine Life, revealing what, where, and how much lives and hides in global oceans; To measure changes caused by climate or oil spills, Census establishes a baseline; New species discovered, marine highways and rest stops mapped, diminished abundance documented; Online Census directory allows anyone to map global addresses of species
What Lives in the Sea>
The Census of Marine Life publishes historic roll call of species in 25 key ocean areas. Representing the most comprehensive and authoritative answer yet to one of humanity’s most ancient questions -- “what lives in the sea?” -- Census of Marine Life scientists today released an inventory of species distribution and diversity in key global ocean areas.
Marine scientists return with rare creatures from the deep
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