Deep-sea biodiversity and ecosystems: a scoping report on their socio-economy, management and governance / Sybille van den Hove, Vincent Moreau.

By: Van den Hove, Sybille.
Contributor(s): Moreau, Vincent.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: UNEP Regional Seas reports and studies ; no. 184.Publisher: Nairobi, Kenya : UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Center, 2008Description: 84 p. : ill.ISBN: 9789280728927.Subject(s): SPECIES DIVERSITY | ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT | MARINE ECOSYSTEMS | GOVERNANCE | DEEP WATER | HUMAN FACTORS | EUROPE | ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT | ECONOMICS | SEAMOUNTS | HYDROTHERMAL VENTS | MININGOnline resources: Website | Click here to access online Summary: This report was produced in close collaboration with scientists and experts under HERMES (Hotspot Ecosystem Research on the Margins of European Seas), a large, interdisciplinary deep-sea research project supported by the European Commission's Framework Six Programme. The aim of HERMES is to understand better the biodiversity, structure, function and dynamics of ecosystems along Europe's deep-ocean margin, in order that appropriate and sustainable management strategies can be developed based on scientific knowledge. UNEP joined HERMES as a partner in October 2006 with a view to disseminating relevant scientific deep-sea discoveries and results obtained under the project within and outside the UN system.
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This report was produced in close collaboration with scientists and experts under HERMES (Hotspot Ecosystem Research on the Margins of European Seas), a large, interdisciplinary deep-sea research project supported by the European Commission's Framework Six Programme. The aim of HERMES is to understand better the biodiversity, structure, function and dynamics of ecosystems along Europe's deep-ocean margin, in order that appropriate and sustainable management strategies can be developed based on scientific knowledge. UNEP joined HERMES as a partner in October 2006 with a view to disseminating relevant scientific deep-sea discoveries and results obtained under the project within and outside the UN system.

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