Environment and Deep-Sea Mining: A Perspective

@article{Nath2000EnvironmentAD,
  title={Environment and Deep-Sea Mining: A Perspective},
  author={B. Nath and Rahul Sharma},
  journal={Marine Georesources \& Geotechnology},
  year={2000},
  volume={18},
  pages={285 - 294}
}
Abstract As the quest for deep-sea mineral resources is gaining momentum, environment and ocean mining have become important aspects of study. Because many of these deposits occur in international waters, the concern for environmental conservation in view of the effects of deep-sea mining is resulting in these effects being studied in different oceans, and efforts to develop regulations governing this exploitation are also underway at national and international levels. The impact assessment of… Expand
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