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Prof Les Watling

Professor Les Watling, lecturer in biology of Deep-sea Octocorals and Crustacea, and Conservation Studies at the University of Hawaii and lecturer of Oceanography at the university of Maine, has researched human impacts on marine environments in the North Atlantic for the past decade. Most of his work has been focused on limiting bottom trawling on […]

Dr. Philippe Cury

Dr. Philippe Cury est actuellement directeur de recherche à l’Institut de recherche pour le développement (IRD). Il a mené ses recherches dans le domaine de la biologie océanographique en les liant étroitement à la gestion écosystémique des ressources marines. Il a influencé la science écologique par le développement de concepts écologiques et la mise en […]

Dr Telmo Morato

Dr. Telmo Morato tem estado envolvido em vários projetos de investigação nacionais e internacionais que estudam a ecologia dos montes submarinos, oceano aberto e oceano profundo, gestão pesqueira e conservação. É autor de cerca de 50 publicações científicas, incluindo um livro sobre a ecologia, pescas e conservação de montes submarinos e artigos em jornais científicos […]

Deep Sea Talk in Barcelona

Last Tuesday, February 23rd, Alex Bartoli from Deep Sea Conservation Coalition gave a public conference in Barcelona titled: “Deep Sea Life: Biodiversity, threats and conservation proposals”. The content of the talk included aspects of deep sea environment and biodiversity but also threats and conservation problems. Part of the talk focused on the problems of the […]

Dr Clive Trueman speaks at Houses of Parliament deep-sea event

On 21 January 2015, MPs from across party divides joined with leading UK marine scientists and NGOs to call on the government to take a leading role in EU negotiations to ensure sustainable deep-sea fisheries, the phasing out of the most destructive methods, bottom trawling and gillnetting, and minimise harm to vulnerable deep-sea ecosystems in UK waters. At an […]

Dr David Bailey speaks at Houses of Parliament deep-sea event

On 21 January 2015, MPs from across party divides joined with leading UK marine scientists and NGOs to call on the government to take a leading role in EU negotiations to ensure sustainable deep-sea fisheries, the phasing out of the most destructive methods, bottom trawling and gillnetting, and minimise harm to vulnerable deep-sea ecosystems in UK waters. At an […]