Deep-Sea Impact Experiments and their Future Requirements

@article{Sharma2005DeepSeaIE,
  title={Deep-Sea Impact Experiments and their Future Requirements},
  author={Rahul Sharma},
  journal={Marine Georesources \& Geotechnology},
  year={2005},
  volume={23},
  pages={331 - 338}
}
  • Rahul Sharma
  • Published 2005
  • Environmental Science
  • Marine Georesources & Geotechnology
In recent years, several experiments to assess the potential impacts due to deep-sea mining in the Pacific as well as the Indian Oceans have indicated the immediate changes and restoration patterns of environmental conditions in the marine ecosystem. The large volume of sediment(~ 500 × 107 m3 per year) estimated to be resuspended would be the major influencing factor in environmental impact in the mining area, leading to changes in availability of certain nutrients and composition of biomass… Expand
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