Tag Archives: Jean-Marc Gagnon

Why should we get excited about one new species in the ocean?

Why should we get excited about one new species in the ocean?
Read more about a giant file clam which now has a new identity. Continue reading

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So when do you know you’ve discovered a new species?

When do you know you’ve discovered a new species? Read part 1 of the story of a giant file clam found 30 years ago. Continue reading

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Live deep-sea ROPOS dives at the Museum – Part 1

On July 8, 2010, a multidisciplinary team of marine scientists left Halifax Harbour with the mission, among other things, to explore the seafloor in deep water areas never visited before. They used a remotely-operated vehicle called ROPOS to dive at … Continue reading

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