The deep sea is the largest biome on Earth. This mysterious and varied place makes up 90% of the marine environment and plays a vital role in regulating our planetary systems, not least by absorbing and storing vast quantities of the carbon dioxide emitted into the air by human activity.
- Deep-sea Mining an Introduction
- Deep-sea mining: the science and potential impacts
- Deep-sea mining: growing support for a moratorium
- Deep-sea mining: international commitments
- Deep-sea mining: who stands to benefit?