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Amid haggling over deep-sea mining rules, chorus of skepticism grows louder

By Elizabeth Claire Alberts  KINGSTON (MONGABAY) — It starts with tiny deep-sea fragments — shark’s teeth or slivers of shell Then, in a process thought to span millions of years, they get coated in layers of liquidised metal, eventually becoming solid, lumpy rocks that resemble burnt potatoes.These formations, known as polymetallic nodules, have caught the […]