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First NameSurnameEmail
Region of working (refer to GOODS if possible, Fig 2 on poster)
DatesProject NameFocus
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KerryHowell
kerry.howell@plymouth.ac.uk
East Arctic Indian Abyssal, South Atlantic Bathyal2022One Ocean Hub
Seamounts, continental slope, abyssal plain. Megafauna, macrofauna.
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EulogioSotoeulogio.soto@uv.clEast Pacific Basins2019 onwards
Deep-sea soft-bottom benthic communities: Exploring biogeographic and genetic connectivity from southeast Pacific Seamounts
Seamounts, abyssal plains, canyons and Atacama trench. Sediment macrofauna, meiofauna, bacteria, biogeochemistry and minerals
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JonathaGiddensjonatha@hawaii.eduCentral Tropical Pacific2021 onwardsNGS DSRPIslands and atolls, seamounts. Bathyal scavenging megafuna
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RobertoDanovaror.danovaro@univpm.itMediterranean Sea2019 onwards
Implementation of the MSFD to the DEep Mediterranean Sea
Deep-sea monitoring for the Marine strategy framework directive
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Elva Escobarescobri@cmarl.unam.mxGulf of Mexico1997 onwardsSIGSBEELong Term Ecological Research soft sediment abyssal benthos
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Elva Escobarescobri@cmarl.unam.mxGulf of California and ETP2022No name yet
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Sophie
ARNAUD HAOND
sarnaud@ifremer.frPacific, Atlantic, Mediterranean2018 onwardseDNAbyssDeep sea benthos characterized through eDNA
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MalcolmClarkmalcolm.clark@niwa.co.nzWest Pacific2020Seamount recoverySeamount, benthic fauna, recovery from bottom trawling
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PauloSumidapsumida@usp.brPatagonia, Drake Passage and Antarctica2020 onwardsBECOOLDeep-sea organic falls
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ErikCordesecordes@temple.eduU.S. Atlantic Margin / N Atlantic2017 - 2022DEEP SEARCH
Distribution and biodiversity of deep-sea corals, cold seeps, canyons; also includes a modeling and prediction component
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Anna Metaxasmetaxas@dal.caNE Pacific, NW Atlantic2021-2023No name Continetntal slope, inactve vents, megafauna
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BethOrcuttborcutt@bigelow.orgCosta Rican Pacific EEZ2021-2022OctoMESS
Characterizing fauna and microbial ecosystem services on seamounts (MESS) of the northwestern Pacific Costa Rican EEZ around Dorado Outcrop. This will be submitted as a Decade project in collaboration with Schmidt Ocean Institute.
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SylvieGaudron
sylvie.gaudron@sorbonne-universite.fr
Angola and Sierra Leone 2021-2023BEVEGA
Life-history traits and functional traits of benthic species: growth rate, fecundity, size at puberty, longevity..
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SylvieGaudron
sylvie.gaudron@sorbonne-universite.fr
Arctic2019 onwardsNo name
Life-history traits and functional traits of benthic species: growth rate, fecundity, size at puberty, longevity..
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SylvieGaudron
sylvie.gaudron@sorbonne-universite.fr
Northern North Atlantic2019 onwardsNo name
Life-history traits and functional traits of benthic species: growth rate, fecundity, size at puberty, longevity..
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NadineLe Bris
nadine.le_bris@sorbonne-universite.fr
North Atlantic,Mediterranean Sea, SW Pacific2018 onwardsTRANSECT,MEDDESCENT,CHUBACARC
Hydrothermal vents and canyons, habitats and functions, monitoring
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SaskiaBrix
saskia.brix-elsig@senckenberg.de
Northern North Atlantic and Subarctic/Arctic2011 onwardsIceAGE
Marine habitats from the shelf to the deep sea including abyssal plains, hydrothermal vent system, coral reefs (VMEs) as observatory
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James
Taylor, Kai Horst George & Saskia Brix
saskia.brix-elsig@senckenberg.de
North Atlantic2021/22IceDivADeep-sea abyssal plains and water column
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DavidButterfield
david.a.butterfield@noaa.gov
Western Pacific, Mariana Backarc2023
Submarine Ring of Fire: Hydrothermal Hunt in the Northern Mariana Backarc
Hydrothermal vent biology, geochemistry, microbiology, geology, in-situ sensors, eDNA, and physical oceanography, in collaboration with Schmidt Ocean Institute.
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BrennanPhillipsbrennanphillips@uri.edu Eastern Pacific, Southern California Borderlands2021ROV based 3D reality capture
Deep-sea biodiversity, Robotics and sampling devices, 3D imaging in situ, Reality capture and 3D reconstruction, Biological sample collection, in collaboration with Schmidt Ocean Institute.
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TinaMolodtsovatina@ocean.ru
Southeast Pacific, Salas y Gómez, Nazca, and Juan Fernández Ridges
2022
The Deeps of the Last Outpost: biogeographic borders in the deep south-east Pacific Ocean
Seamount biology, Biogeography of benthic organisms, Deep-sea corals, Deep-sea fish, Remotely Operated Vehicles, Freefalling Baited Imaging Landers, anthropogenic impacts, VMEs, EBSAs, in collaboration with Schmidt Ocean Institute.
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JohnJamiesonjjamieson@mun.ca Northeast Pacific, Southern Explorer Ridge2022
Explorer Ridge – Linking biological and geological processes with advanced sonar technology
Interferometric synthetic aperture sonar (InSAS); autonomous underwater vehicle; deep-sea magnetics; hydrothermal systems; hydrothermal fluids; vent ecosystems; seafloor classification; marine protected areas; mid-ocean ridges; habitat mapping, in collaboration with Schmidt Ocean Institute.
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RandiRotjanrrotjan@bu.eduCentral Pacific, US and Kiribati Phoenix Islands2021
Learning to heal from open wounds: Exploration of deep-sea microbes and innate immunity via deep-sea corallivory
Deep-sea Ecosystems, Coral Reef Ecosystems, Microbiology, Ocean Engineering, in collaboration with Schmidt Ocean Institute.
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KatleenRobertkatleen.robert@mi.mun.ca Southeast Pacific, Galapagos2022Dynamics of vertical cold-water coral reefs
Cold-water coral (CWC) ecology, seafloor and habitat mapping, seabed geomorphology, automated segmentation and classification, 3D RGB point-clouds, uranium dating, paleobiogeography, paleoclimate, oceanography, hydrodynamics, biodiversity, glider, multibeam, in collaboration with Schmidt Ocean Institute.
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Lisa Levinllevin@ucsd.edu Eastern Pacific, Southern California Borderlands2021
Characterizing Benthic Communities Across Mineral-Rich Marine Biomes off Southern California
Deep-Ocean Baseline Faunal Characterization, Marine Minerals, Marine Microbiology
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RobinBeamanrobin.beaman@jcu.edu.auSouthwest Pacific, Coral Sea, Tasman Sea2020-2021
Pinging in the New Year: Mapping the Tasman and Coral Seas
Marine geology and Seabird ecology. Operations include systematic seafloor mapping using the Kongsberg EM302 and EM710 multibeam systems, and seabird observations while at sea. In collaboration with Schmidt Ocean Institute.
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