Deep Sea: Biodiversity, Human Dimension and Ecological Significance

by Wilson, Nigel T.

Pages: 154 pages
Publisher: --
Edition: August, 2014
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1633216373
ISBN-13: 978-1633216372


Approximately 70% of the surface of Earth is the bottom of the seafloor and about 80% of the seafloor is the deep seafloor (at deeper than 200 m below the sea-surface). This book discusses the deep sea. It provides topics on the biodiversity, human dimension and ecological significance of the deep sea, including the metagenomic and metatranscriptomic analysis discoveries; the biodiversity and life-history strategies of deep sea megafauna in the Mediterranean Sea; and prokaryotes in metal deposits on the deep seafloor.

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