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Satellites Detect 'Thousands' of New Ocean-Bottom Mountains

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ietmar Müller: We know Knowing where the seamounts are is important for fisheries management and conservation, because it is around these topographic highs that wildlife tends to congregate. The roughness of the seafloor is important also as it steers currents and promotes mixing - behaviours that are critical to understanding how the oceans transport heat and influence the climate.

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