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Discovery Corridor
Discovery Corridor …a swath of ocean bottom and the water column above it, encompassing a variety of ecologically inter-linked seascapes/habitats that may support a range of biodiversity and may support previously unknown species and processes. Corridors may cut across gradients of depth, productivity, human activity or any other ecologically relevant variables, and may serve as focal points for collaborative scientific studies.
Passamaquoddy Bay Pockmarks
Synoptic online version of paper titled 'Pockmarks influence benthic communities in Passamaquoddy Bay, Bay of Fundy, Canada' published in Ecology Progress Series by Wildish and McKeown including links to final ARC Reader project files.
On this page, you will find information concerning research (both proposed and in progress) currently being conducted through CMB. The CMB strives to bring scientists together to collaborate on research projects in the area of marine biodiversity and to date has been involved in a number of interesting science initiatives including work on deep sea corals, exotic species and genetics. Please click on any of the following links to find out more about the particular projects.
The CMB is a place where members can place reports and other information concerning marine biodiversity. We currently have only a few reports listed, however, we should receive listings very soon. Please come back and visit this site for access to these reports. In the interum, please check out the links section of this web site for information on reference lists concerning marine biodiversity. Thanks for your patience!

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