Participants at The Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 project regional mapping meeting for the Atlantic and Indian Oceans gathered in Palisades, New York.
The gribble is a ravenous wood-boring crustacean and may play an important role in producing biofuels. Credit: Professor Simon Cragg/ Dr Graham Malyon - University of Portsmouth.
Fishermen in Seychelles are becoming more dependent on algal-feeding fish after a coral bleaching event. Credit: Nicholas Graham.
This sea anemone–inspired nanoparticle may be the future for ensuring clean water for the world's population. Credit: Nature Nanotechnology.
The Alvin deep-sea submersible awaits another collection run in the Guaymas Basin in November 2018. Credit: Brett Baker.
A 2014 scene from Trawler Reef in the northern part of the Great Barrier Reef. Ryan McMinds
GloFouling Partnerships: A new collaboration between the GEF, UNDP and IMO to address bioinvasions through ships’ hulls and other marine structures
The DAR AL BAIDA
The mooring being towed to the deployment site.