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of Aberdeen, UK), this volume is a product of the first decade's work of the Census of Marine Life, which has in only ten years led to a far greater understanding of the myriad species living in marine ecosystems than previously.
It took 10 years, 80 countries, and $650 million for 2,700 scientists to compile the first-ever Census of Marine Life. In October, they announced the results: A catalogue of nearly 250,000 marine species, including 6,000 previously unknown species.
When the Census of Marine Life is added to work done before it, scientists have, the Census researchers report, identified more than 190,000 different species that live underwater.
* Talk about a group effort: Approximately 2,700 scientists from 80 countries participated in the 10-year Census of Marine Life project.
Summary: An international effort to create a Census of Marine Life has been completed, increasing the number of known species.
THE first Census of Marine Life (CoML) hopes to act as a baseline of how human activity is affecting previously unexplored marine ecosystems.
Altogether, the international Census of Marine Life counted 201,206 different species - of which 5,000 are new.
This beautiful book in coffee table format aims to reveal the story behind and initial outcomes of the Census of Marine Life, the effort of a global network of researchers who have been studying the diversity, distribution, and abundance of marine life for almost a decade.
The 10-year census of marine life by 2700 scientists was man's first attempt to catalogue and identify all the creatures of the deep.
The Mediterranean was also listed as a hotspot for different kinds of species by Census of Marine Life (CoML) scientists who surveyed 25 key marine regions.
A GLOBAL census of marine life is enabling scientists discover new species and biodiversity in deep sea areas -- down 5,000 metres or so -- that have never known sunlight.
The findings, made public on Monday, were the result of nearly 10 years of research by more than 2,000 scientists from 80 countries taking part in the first global census of marine life.
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