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Caltech Scientists Lead Deep-sea Discovery Voyage


February 4, 2009

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Scientists from the California Institute of Technology and an international team of collaborators have returned from a month-long deep-sea voyage to a marine reserve near Tasmania, Australia, that not only netted coral-reef samples likely to provide insight into the impact of climate change on the world's oceans, but also brought to light at least three never-before-seen species of sea life. Full Story

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