In October, 2010, the decade-long Census of Marine Life project will conclude.Â More than 2,000 scientists from 82 countries have been involved in this ground-breaking study.Â This exhibit features some of the discoveries to come out of the Census, from new species to unique habitats, as well as the participation of researchers from Oregon State University or the Hatfield Marine Science Center.
The Census of Marine Life homepage is at: http://www.coml.org/
You can see some of the artwork inspired by the Census at: http://www.coml.org/media-resources/arts
There is a Census layer on Google Earth under Ocean where you can track the latest discoveries.
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