Marine life in deep-sea canyon more varied than expected

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Research into the sediment-dwelling marine life in deep-sea canyons may help to predict how marine ecosystems will respond to human disturbance of the ocean, such as deep-sea mining and trawling. By studying the density and composition of groups of small marine animals, such as; small crustaceans, bivalves and worms, within this highly disturbed environment, researchers have gained a better idea of how marine ecosystems may respond to disturbances created by human intervention....
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