After a decade of joint work and scientific adventure, marine explorers from more than 80 countries today deliver a historic first global Census of Marine Life. In one of the largest scientific collaborations ever conducted, more than 2,700 census scientists spent over 9,000 days at sea on more than 540 expeditions, plus countless days in labs and archives. Released today are maps, three landmark books, and a highlights summary that crown a decade of discovery.
- 1st census shows life in planet ocean is richer, more connected, more altered than expectedMon, 4 Oct 2010, 9:04:25 EDT
- MBL scientists reveal findings of World Ocean Microbe CensusMon, 4 Oct 2010, 11:03:39 EDT
- Census of Marine Life celebrates 'decade of discovery'Mon, 4 Oct 2010, 16:02:43 EDT
- San Diego Supercomputer Center participates in first 'Census of Marine Life'Tue, 5 Oct 2010, 13:03:27 EDT
- Census of Marine Life lists 122,500 known species, over halfway to complete inventory by Oct. 2010Wed, 25 Jun 2008, 12:36:07 EDT