September 04, 2020 – Mount Vema – The Royal Mount Vema Society for Marine Science and Conservation will have a fleet of vessels to better perform its tasks within the Vema Seamount Territorial waters and beyond. A government source told VSBCnews on Thursday.
The vessels will have fully equipped laboratories to help the society on its mission to work with international organizations to protect and preserve the ecosystems in oceans and seas, and to focus on limiting human-caused damage to marine ecosystems including within the Vema Seamount territorial waters, aiming to restore damaged marine ecosystems, and preserving vulnerable species of the marine life.
The Royal Mount Vema Society for Marine Science and Conservation which was formed by His Mount Vema Majesty King Peter Goldishman in May 20th, 2017 seeks deeper understanding on how the microbes are responsible for virtually all the photosynthesis that occurs in the ocean, as well as the cycling of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus and other nutrients and trace elements.
Microscopic life undersea is incredibly diverse and still poorly understood. The Society says on its official Mount Vema webpage, and it works to understand, the role of viruses marine ecosystems that have barely being explored.
The society was first formed with the mission to advises His Mount Vema Majesty’s Government on all aspects of Marine Science & Conservation and provide updates on how the inhabitants of the largest environment on Earth, the marine life drive changes in every global system.
The work of the society also includes multidisciplinary field of study and research of ocean life and physics. From Marine biology, Marine ecology, Marine chemistry, Chemical oceanography, Marine geology and Physical oceanography.