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The deep sea, the largest ecosystem on Earth and one of the least studied, harbours high biodiversity and provides a wealth of resources. Although humans have used the oceans for millennia, technological developments now allow exploitation of fisheries resources, hydrocarbons and minerals below 2000 m depth. The remoteness of the deep seafloor has promoted(More)
Keywords: Sustainability Deep-sea fisheries Fishery collapse Fisheries economics Clark's law High seas a b s t r a c t As coastal fisheries around the world have collapsed, industrial fishing has spread seaward and deeper in pursuit of the last economically attractive concentrations of fishable biomass. For a seafood-hungry world depending on the oceans'(More)
(2012). Automatically structuring domain knowledge from text: a review of current research. Copyright and Moral Rights for the articles on this site are retained by the individual authors and/or other copyright owners. For more information on Open Research Online's data policy on reuse of materials please consult the policies page. Abstract This paper(More)
Within recent years there has been an increase in the use of NDT methods to detect defects and anomalies in various civil engineering structures. Infrared thermography, which has been successfully used in the USA in civil engineering applications, is being increasingly applied in the UK as an NDT technique. For example, the technique is now included in the(More)
Almost every conference now has its proceedings made available to attendees, and perhaps even published to a wider audience. This is a description of the production of one conference proceedings, charting progress and pitfalls from the conference itself to the final bound proceedings being mailed to the attendees. It attempts to suggest that some aspects of(More)