UH professor joins warning on deep-sea mining

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A team of scientists is warning of the unavoidable damage deep-sea mining would inflict on biodiversity. Cayman vent shrimp gather at a hydrothermal vent. Photo: NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research

MICHAEL TSAI on HONOLULU STAR ADVERTISER | 9 July 2017

“A University of Hawaii oceanography professor is among an international team of scientists, economists and legal scholars warning that loss of biodiversity needs to be counted among the unavoidable and possibly irrevocable costs of deep-sea mining.”

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