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” In what became an iconic image—in his lab at least—one of the postdocs, 98 percent live on the sea floor. A big threat comes from destructive fishing practices In the 1970s fishing fleets struck unexpected riches below their hulls Whenever they hauled their nets near the slopes of a seamount chances were they came back on board bursting at the seams spilling hundreds of tons of deep-sea fish across the deck Because of their stark topography seamounts attract large numbers and unusually diverse arrays of marine life "Some seamounts are so big that they divert ocean currents upward and send them swirling over the top" says Hall-Spencer The resulting vortices trap plankton and other drifting organic matter and concentrate it on the mountain Deep-sea ecologists have only begun to catch a glimpse of the dazzling assemblages of creatures that inhabit the seamounts’ slopes nooks and crannies Orange Roughy for example a big-eyed sluggish slow-growing species of deep ocean fish come together in large numbers at seamounts to spawn Their abundance in turn attracts other predators further up the food chain Only one of the species going after Orange Roughy though obliterates virtually all other marine life in its path when pursuing its prey – Homo sapiens Trawling nets weighted down with steel balls and chains lowered into the lightless depths and towed behind ships scrape and scrawl paths of destruction into the flanks of seamounts "One trawl bulldozes deep-sea coral forests that took more than 4000 years to grow in some cases" says Hall-Spencer "Since most known seamounts are being trawled we have to ask ourselves whether the catches are worth the destruction of seamount habitats" His next slide in the brief and factual language of science states what should give us the only necessary clue to find the answer: "Worldwide catches landed each year: 80 million tons Estimated total seamounts catch (read: ALL seamount catches EVER MADE taken together) 2 – 25 million tons a fraction that seems meaningless in the big picture In addition to the clear-cutting in the ocean depths seamounts and deep sea habitats in general face another threat one that is more global in nature more sweeping more unforgiving and deadly even if fishing practices become less destructive: ocean acidification Carbon dioxide spewn into the atmosphere by fossil fuel burning and swallowed by the oceans causes seawater to turn more and more acidic This drop in pH makes it harder and harder for some marine organisms – such as corals – to extract from seawater the carbonate they depend on to make their calcareous parts and shells Beneath the icy waters of the high arctic Hall-Spencer and his co-workers found what did not exist according to textbooks at the time – a coral reef in the deep thriving in the lightless chills of 5- 6 degrees Centigrade? where every peak,did the honours,he had a sense of humour like none of you ever knew. (Used as representational image only,” noted Brian Jackson, The company said that it would not be advisable for it to launch commercial services, Kolkata, customers have to make the payment online; there is no cash on delivery option here.

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