Temporal change in deep-sea benthic ecosystems: a review of the evidence from recent time-series studies.

@article{Glover2010TemporalCI,
  title={Temporal change in deep-sea benthic ecosystems: a review of the evidence from recent time-series studies.},
  author={Adrian G Glover and Andrew J. Gooday and David Mark Bailey and David S. M. Billett and Pierre Chevaldonn{\'e} and Ana Colaço and Jon T. Copley and Daphne Cuvelier and Daniel Desbruy{\'e}res and Vasiliki Kalogeropoulou and Michael Klages and Nikolaos Lampadariou and Christophe Lejeusne and N{\'e}lia C. Mestre and Gordon L. J. Paterson and Trinidad P{\'e}rez and Hartmut Ruhl and Joz{\'e}e Sarrazin and Thomas Soltwedel and Eulogio H. Soto and Sven Thatje and Anastasios Tselepides and S Van Gaever and Ann Vanreusel},
  journal={Advances in marine biology},
  year={2010},
  volume={58},
  pages={1-95}
}
Societal concerns over the potential impacts of recent global change have prompted renewed interest in the long-term ecological monitoring of large ecosystems. The deep sea is the largest ecosystem on the planet, the least accessible, and perhaps the least understood. Nevertheless, deep-sea data collected over the last few decades are now being synthesised… CONTINUE READING