Designating networks of chemosynthetic ecosystem reserves in the deep sea
From the moment of their discovery, chemosynthetic ecosystems in the deep sea have held intrinsic scientific value. At the same time that the scientific community is studying chemosynthetic ecosystems other sectors are either engaged in, or planning for, activities that may adversely impact these ecosystems. There is a need and opportunity now to develop conservation strategies for networks of chemosynthetic ecosystem reserves in national and international waters through collaboration among concerned stakeholders. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd.
Van Dover, CL; Smith, CR; Ardron, J; Dunn, D; Gjerde, K; Levin, L; Smith, S; Arnaud-Haond, S; Beaudoin, Y; Bezaury, J; Boland, G; Billett, D; Carr, M; Cherkashov, G; Cook, A; DeLeo, F; Fisher, CR; Godet, L; Halpin, P; Lodge, M; Menot, L; Miller, K; Naudts, L; Nugent, C; Pendleton, L; Plouviez, S; Rowden, AA; Santos, RS; Shank, T; Tao, C; Tawake, A; Thurnherr, A; Treude, T
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