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The abyssal seafloor (3500–6000m) remains largely unexplored but with deep-sea mining imminent, anthropogenic impacts may soon reach abyssal communities. Thus, there is a growing need for baseline studies of biodiversity, ecosystem functioning, and connectivity in both potential mining and no-mining areas across the Clarion-Clipperton Zone (CCZ), a...
Fjordic systems in temperate and Arctic regions often feature extensive kelp forests at their shallow coastal margins as well as extensive terrestrial forests. Detrital export from these shallow-water and terrestrial ecosystems is an important source of carbon for deep-sea communities in the form of kelp and wood falls. Benthic landers with experim...