New customer report on Sea Stars in Antarctica

Read more in our new customer report from researchers of Oregon State University and University of Hawai'i at Mānoa.

Background: Sea star wasting syndrome (SSWS) has decimated starfish populations along many of the world’s coastlines, leading to major changes in community dynamics. As part of their investigation into the first-known outbreaks of SSWS in the high Antarctic, oxygen dynamics were measured at two sites close to McMurdo Station in 2023 with diver-deployed AquapHOx systems.

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