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IUCN Publication

Deep seabed mining

The sea below 200 meters depth accounts for 95% of the volume of the ocean, making it the largest habitat for life on Earth.

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2018
IUCN Grey Literature

Defining ecologically or biologically significant areas in the open oceans and deep seas : analysis, tools, resources and illustrations

A background document for the CBD expert workshop.

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2009
IUCN Publication

Options for addressing regulatory and governance gaps in the international regime for the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction

The second paper in this marine series builds on the complementary study described in Marine Series No.

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2008
IUCN Publication

Regulatory and governance gaps in the international regime for the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction

Sixty-four percent of the world ocean lies in areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ).

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2008
IUCN Publication

Ecosystems and biodiversity in deep waters and high seas

This report reveals recent discoveries about the beauty, value and vulnerability of life in the deep seas and in the open ocean.

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2006
IUCN Publication

Towards a strategy for high seas marine protected areas : proceedings of the IUCN, WCPA and WWF experts workshop on high seas marine protected areas

By far the largest habitat for life on earth and the cradle of new species, habitats and undiscovered ecosystems, our oceans are being intensively exploited and heavily degraded.

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2003