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of or taking place in the deeper parts of the sea

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You see, Kotick had never fasted for four months as the big seals did every year, and his deep-sea swimming trips kept him in perfect condition, and, best of all, he had never fought before.
The Russian government has disclosed plans to construct a new deep-sea port between Lithuania and Poland on the Baltic Sea.
As its part in this joint undertaking, the Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum will devote its "Minatomirai Oceanic Research Center" in the Ocean Zone to exhibits relating to Japan's Shinkai 6500 manned submersible research vessel, the Urashima deep-sea cruising probe, and the Chikyu riser drilling vessel.
Virtual explorers will have the chance to see deep-sea corals, marine life, shipwrecks dating to the early 1800s, through a live video broadcasted from the deep seafloor.
Deep-sea mining is a decades-old pursuit which can be traced back to the 1960s.
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The discovery was made almost a mile below the surface in an undersea crater and includes the find of at least nine new species of deep-sea organisms thriving on the bones.
The South Asian nation, ever worried about competing with its powerful neighbor, has joined the race to develop deep-sea mining--further complicating the geopolitics surrounding rare earth minerals and the hunt for untapped sources of valuable minerals beneath the oceans.
The topics include Caprella takedai, a new species of caprellid amphipod from off Ito, the east coast of Izu Peninsula, Shizuoka, Japan; the first zoea of Porcellanopagurus truncatifrons Takeda, 1981 (Decapoda, Anomura, Paguridae) described from laboratory-hatched material; remarkable zoeas of two species of deep-sea spider crabs; additional species of deep-sea pontoniine shrimps from Taiwan, with a description of one new species; and Griffinia takedai, a new species of deep-sea majoid crab from the Philippines.
Marine scientists studying life around deep-sea vents have discovered that some hardy species can survive the extreme change in pressure that occurs when a research submersible rises to the surface.
Summary: China's manned deep-sea submersible, Jiaolong, has returned from its 6,965 metre descent to the Mariana Trench.
Exactly how deep-sea animals withstand intense pressures is not completely known, even though scientists have puzzled over this question for decades.
Damanaki to Release European Commission Deep-Sea Access Regime Proposal
The world's deep-sea catch is steadily declining, and the high vulnerability of these fish populations and diverse marine ecosystems is well documented.
The Deep Sea Conservation Coalition (DSCC), a group of more than 50 environmental and other groups dedicated to protecting cold-water corals and vulnerable deep-sea ecosystems, reports that trawlers today are capable of fishing deep sea canyons and rough seafloors that were once avoided for fear of damaging nets.