The first Census of Marine Life reported its findings of its ten-year investigation of diversity, distribution, and abundance of marine life on October 4, 2010. Those results and a decade of resources can be found on this website. The following is an outline of what you might find and where. Should you have any further questions or need additional information, please feel free to contact Darlene Crist  or Kristen Yarincik .
About the Census -- a summary  of how the Census was structured, its scientific framework, sponsors, and links to learn more.
2010 Release of Census Results – a detailed account of the news conference  in London on October 4, 2010 to unveil the Census findings.
Science books – links  to a number of books that describe the Census findings.
Scientific papers – links to more than 2,600 peer reviewed scientific papers can be found on this searchable database http://db.coml.org/comlrefbase/ , as well as specific references at the PLoS One Collection http://www.ploscollections.org/static/comlCollections.action , and Special Issue Journals http://www.coml.org/scientific-papers. 
Video and image galleries- The Census created a wide selection of videos , many of which are available for use by the media. Census scientists and photographers also contributed images  which can be viewed in a flash gallery. Some images are available for download at http://www.flickr.com/photos/55038698@N03/sets/  Census in the News 2010  | 2009  | 2008  Short news stories about the activities of Census projects and researchers.
Media Contact List - Contact  information for interviews, access to Census researchers, and further information about the Census.
Press Releases - Download PDF versions of Census press releases  from 2003-2010.
FAQ - Answers to frequently asked questions  about the Census.
Census Perspectives - Interviews  with researchers, speeches, essays, and films about the Census.
News Coverage Archive - Selected articles  from the world press highlighting Census research.
Reports Archive -- Download PDF versions of the annual Highlights Reports , Draft Plan, and Project Annual Reports.
Census in the Arts -- Artwork  inspired by the research of Census scientists.
Maps and Visualizations -- Maps  and diagrams illustrating Census research and data.