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Position: Home > issue > May 28, 2021 Volume 2, Issue 2
Geology, Environment, and Life in the Deepest Part of the World's Oceans
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Author: Mengran Du, Xiaotong Peng, Haibin Zhang, Cong Ye, Shamik Dasgupta, Jiwei Li, Jiangtao Li, Shuangquan Liu, Hengchao Xu, Chuanxu Chen, Hongmei Jing, Hongzhou Xu, Jun Liu, Shunping He, Lisheng He, Shanya Cai, Shun Chen, Kaiwen Ta

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The hadal zone, mostly comprising of deep trenches and constituting of the deepest part of the world¡¯s oceans, represents the least explored habitat but one of the last frontiers on our planet. The present scientific understanding of the hadal environment is still relatively rudimentary, particularly in comparison with that of shallower marine environments. In the last 30 years, continuous efforts have been launched in deepening our knowledge regarding the ecology of the hadal trench. However, the geological and environmental processes that potentially affect the sedimentary, geochemical and biological processes in hadal trenches have received less attention.





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