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Mining’s new frontier: Pacific nations caught in the rush for deep-sea riches – The Guardian

Miners are pushing hard to extract metals from the ocean floor, but there is mounting concern about what it might do to the marine…

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Travel thousands of metres below the surface of the ocean, and you reach the seabed. Pitch black and quiet, it is largely unexplored, untouched, unknown.
What is known is extraordinary. The landscape at the bottom of the sea is as varied as the earth surface:…

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