UK's deep sea mountain life filmed by the Changing Oceans Expedition

The discovery of deep sea corals on the Hebrides Terrace Seamount by the Changing Oceans Expedition has just been published in Nature Scientific Reports and featured on the BBC. 

New paper just out on carbonate and nutrient system dynamics from the Changing Oceans Cruise.

Helen S. Findlay, Sebastian J. Hennige, Laura C. Wicks, Juan Moreno Navas, E. Malcolm S. Woodward & J. Murray Roberts. 2014. Fine-scale nutrient and carbonate system dynamics around cold-water coral reefs in the northeast Atlantic. Scientific Reports 4,3671.

The papers start to appear...

Now a year after the 2012 Changing Oceans Expedition the results are appearing in the scientific literature. Click the links below to see the findings.

Findlay HS, Wicks L, Moreno Navas J, Hennige S, Huvenne V, Woodward EMS, Roberts JM (2013) Tidal downwelling and implications for the carbon biogeochemistry of cold-water corals in relation to future ocean acidification and warming. Global Change Biology 19: 2708-2719

Henry L-A, Moreno Navas J, Hennige SJ, Wicks L, Vad J, Roberts JM (2013) Cold-water coral reef habitats benefit recreationally valuable sharks. Biological Conservation 161: 67-70