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Members of Europeche met with the director general of DG MARE, Joao Aguiar Machado, to express their concerns over the current negotiations regarding possible restrictions on bottom trawling in the deep sea. Delegates from the European fishing indust.

Members of Europeche met with the director general of DG MARE, Joao Aguiar Machado, to express their concerns over the current negotiations regarding possible restrictions on bottom trawling in the deep sea. Delegates from the European fishing industry body said that European Commission proposal - which could see a ban from 800 meters introduced, even for already regulated areas in international waters - would contradict the policy the EU has followed for the last decade.

Commission and its priorities. Twice a year, the European Commission offers 1800 paid, 5-month administrative or translation traineeships. Policies, information and services. You are here: European Commission. Starting on 1 March or 1 October, trainees gain hands-on experience in EU policymaking in a multicultural environment.

A history of deep-sea exploration from sonar to submersibles shows how far scientists have come in their ability to investigate these great depths. Inspire young readers to explore the possibilities of marine science.

Welcome to the World Register of Deep-Sea Species (WoRDSS), a taxonomic database of deep-sea . There is no single definition of 'deep-sea'.

Welcome to the World Register of Deep-Sea Species (WoRDSS), a taxonomic database of deep-sea species based on the World Register of Marine Species (WoRMS). This site was launched in December 2012 as a project of the International Network for Scientific Investigation of Deep-sea Ecosystems (INDEEP). Traditional classifications have used the continental shelf break at approximately 200m water depth as the boundary between 'shallow' and 'deep sea' (Gage & Tyler 1991), with further classifications of the deep sea into bathyal (~200-4000m), abyssal (~4000-6000m) and hadal (6000m+).

Continental slope and deep-sea fisheries: implications for a fragile ecosystem The deep-sea floor ecosystem: current status and prospects of anthropogenic change by the . 50,083 results found matching keyword deep sea reserves. Continental slope and deep-sea fisheries: implications for a fragile ecosystem. The deep-sea floor ecosystem: current status and prospects of anthropogenic change by the year PDF. 10. 40.

Special interest group for marine scientists in the UK working on deep-sea ecosystems. Part of the Challenger Society for Marine Science. Special interest group for marine scientists in the UK working on deep-sea ecosystems. uk/DeepSea Ecosy. oined March 2015. 35 Photos and videos Photos and videos.

By 1993, the dynamic range of the model was sufficient to establish transit times of 1–2 yr from the Norwegian Coastal Current to the southern Barents Sea, 2–4 yr to the western Kara Sea and 5–6 yr to the deep waters ( 330 m water depth) of the Novaya Zemlya Trough. Although the dynamic range of the model in 1993 was sufficient only to establish a lower limit of 6 yr for transit to the Makarov and Canada Basins, the continuing increase in 129I releases from La Hague will have expanded the transit time range of the 129I/137Cs tracer model to 10 yr by 1997.