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The Kiwi connection

orange roughy on the seafloor with a marked quadrat
A seafloor image from the deep-tow camera capturing orange roughy is marked up for analysis. Links in deep-sea research between the Austalia and New Zealand date back to the 1980s-early 1990s when assessing the size and status of orange roughy stocks was a key research issue for both NIWA and CSIRO. Image: CSIRO

How many seamounts are there in the world’s oceans?

Malcolm Clark
As a principal investigator on the seamounts voyage, Malcolm Clark is leading a watch, and helping to plan and direct sampling operations.
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