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M. J. Pruis and Johnson, H. P., Age dependent porosity of young upper oceanic crust: Insights from seafloor gravity studies of recent volcanic eruptions, Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 29, p. 1076, 2002.
S. J. Fallon, Thresher, R. E., and Adkins, J., Age and growth of the cold-water scleractinian Solenosmilia variabilis and its reef on SW Pacific seamounts, CORAL REEFS, vol. 33, pp. 31–38, 2014.
S. Smith, Afterlife of a whale, Discover, vol. 11, pp. 46–49, 1990.
S. L. Carney, Peoples, J. R., Fisher, C. R., and Schaeffer, S. W., AFLP analyses of genomic DNA reveal no differentiation between two phenotypes of the vestimentiferan tubeworm Ridgeia piscesae, Cahiers de Biologie Marine, vol. 43, pp. 363–366, 2002.
A. E. Anderson, Felbeck, H., and Childress, J. J., Aerobic metabolism is maintained in animal tissues during rapid sulphide oxidation activity in the symbiont-containing clam Solemya reidi, Journal of Experimental Zoology, vol. 256, pp. 130–134, 1990.
S. M. McAllister, Vandzura, R., Keffer, J. L., Polson, S. W., and Chan, C. R. S., Aerobic and anaerobic iron oxidizers together drive denitrification and carbon cycling at marine iron-rich hydrothermal vents, Isme Journal, 2020.
W. O. Rainnie, Adventures of Alvin, Ocean Industry, vol. 3, pp. 22–28, 1968.
W. O. Rainnie, Adventures of Alvin, vol. 69-48. Woods Hole, Mass.: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1968, p. var. p.
L. Whitcomb, Yoerger, D. R., Singh, H., and Howland, J., Advances in underwater robot vehicles for deep ocean exploration: Navigation, control, and survey operations, in Robotics research: the Ninth International Symposium, J. M. Hollerbach, Ed. New York: Springer, 2000, pp. 1–9.
G. Troni and Whitcomb, L. L., Advances in In Situ Alignment Calibration of Doppler and High/Low-end Attitude Sensors for Underwater Vehicle Navigation: Theory and Experimental Evaluation, JOURNAL OF FIELD ROBOTICS, vol. 32, pp. 655–674, 2015.
H. Singh, Roman, C., Pizarro, O., and Eustice, R., Advances in High Resolution Imaging from Underwater Vehicles, in Robotics Research: Results of the 12th International Symposium ISRR, Berlin: Springer, 2007, pp. 430–448.
E. R. Snow, Advances in grasping and vehicle contact identification : analysis, design and testing of robust methods for underwater robot manipulation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Cambridge, MA and Woods Hole, MA, 1999.
H. Singh, Roman, C., Whitcomb, L., and Yoerger, D. R., Advances in fusion of high resolution underwater optical and acoustic data, in Proceedings of the 2000 International Symposium on Underwater Technology, Tokyo, Japan, May 23-26, 2000, Piscatway, N.J.: IEEE, 2000, pp. 206–211.
J. B. Stewart, An advanced observation and inspection ROV for 6,000 meter operations, in Remotely Operated Vehicles: ROV '84 Technology Update, an International Perspective : May 14-18, 1984, Town and Country Hotel, San Diego, California, San Diego, Calif.: Marine Technology Society, 1984, pp. 233–239.
J. P. Cowen, Copson, D. A., Jolly, J., Hsieh, C. - C., Lin, H. - T., Glazer, B. T., and Wheat, C. G., Advanced instrument system for real-time and time-series microbial geochemical sampling of the deep (basaltic) crustal biosphere, Deep-Sea Research. Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, vol. 61, pp. 43–56, 2012.
D. R. Yoerger and Slotine, J. E., Adaptive sliding control of an experimental underwater vehicle, in Proceedings: 1991 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, April 9-11, 1991, Sacramento, Calif., vol. 3, Los Alamitos, Calif.: IEEE Computer Society Press, 1991, pp. 2746–2751.
D. P. Eickstedt, Adaptive sampling in autonomous marine sensor networks, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Cambridge, MA and Woods Hole, MA, 2006.
D. J. Thornhill, Struck, T. H., Ebbe, B., Lee, R. W., Mendoza, G. F., Levin, L. A., and Halanych, K. M., Adaptive radiation in extremophilic Dorvilleidae (Annelida): diversification of a single colonizer or multiple independent lineages?, Ecology and Evolution, vol. 2, pp. 1958–1970, 2012.
M. Crespo-Medina, Chatziefthimiou, A. D., Bloom, N. S., Luther, G. W., Wright, D. D., Reinfelder, J. R., Vetriani, C., and Barkay, T., Adaptation of chemosynthetic microorganisms to elevated mercury concentrations in deep-sea hydrothermal vents, Limnology and Oceanography, vol. 54, pp. 41–49, 2009.
A. E. Bates, Bird, T. J., Robert, K., Onthank, K. L., Quinn, G. P., S Juniper, K., and Lee, R. W., Activity and positioning of eurythermal hydrothermal vent sulphide worms in a variable thermal environment, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY, vol. 448, pp. 149–155, 2013.
A. Robador, Jungbluth, S. P., LaRowe, D. E., Bowers, R. M., Rappe, M. S., Amend, J. P., and Cowen, J. P., Activity and phylogenetic diversity of sulfate-reducing microorganisms in low-temperature subsurface fluids within the upper oceanic crust, FRONTIERS IN MICROBIOLOGY, vol. 5, 2015.
C. O. Wirsen, Tuttle, J. H., and Jannasch, H. W., Activities of sulfur-oxidizing bacteria at the 21 degrees N East Pacific Rise vent site, Marine Biology, vol. 92, pp. 449–456, 1986.
W. S. Moore, Frankle, J. D., Benitez-Nelson, C. R., Frueh-Green, G. L., and Lang, S. Q., Activities of Ra-223 and Ra-226 in Fluids From the Lost City Hydrothermal Field Require Short Fluid Residence Times, Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, vol. 126, 2021.
W. S. Moore, Frankle, J. D., Benitez‐Nelson, C. R., Früh‐Green, G. L., and Lang, S. Q., Activities of 223Ra and 226Ra in fluids from the Lost City Hydrothermal Field require short fluid residence times, Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans, 2021.
L. S. Mullineaux, Jr., D. J. McGillic, Mills, S. W., Kosnyrev, V. K., Thurnherr, A. M., Ledwell, J. R., and Lavelle, J. W., Active positioning of vent larvae at a mid-ocean ridge, DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART II-TOPICAL STUDIES IN OCEANOGRAPHY, vol. 92, pp. 46–57, 2013.