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E. M. Briggs and DeHart, R. C., Experimental stress analysis for Alvin hull number 1. San Antonio, Tex.: Southwest Research Institute, 1964.
E. M. Briggs and DeHart, R. C., Alvin hull penetrator test. San Antonio, Tex.: Southwest Research Institute, 1964.
E. M. Briggs and DeHart, R. C., Stud tension tests of twelve interference fitted studs after compressive failure. San Antonio, Tex.: Southwest Research Institute, 1964.
M. Bright, Plum, C., Riavitz, L. A., Arbizu, P. M., Cordes, E. E., and Gollner, S., Epizooic metazoan meiobenthos associated with tubeworm and mussel aggregations from cold seeps of the northern Gulf of Mexico, Deep-Sea Research. Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, vol. 57, pp. 1982–1989, 2010.
M. Bright, Keckeis, H., and Fisher, C. R., An autoradiographic examination of carbon fixation, transfer and utilization in the Riftia pachyptila symbiosis, Marine Biology, vol. 136, pp. 621–632, 2000.
J. M. Broadus and Bowen, R. E., Polymetallic sulfides and policy spheres, Oceanus, vol. 27, pp. 26–31, 1984.
S. Brooke and Ross, S. W., First observations of the cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa in mid-Atlantic canyons of the USA, Deep-Sea Research. Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, vol. 104, pp. 245–251, 2014.
S. D. Brooke, Watts, M. W., Heil, A. D., Rhode, M., Mienis, F., Duineveld, G. C. A., Davies, A. J., and Ross, S. W., Distributions and habitat associations of deep-water corals in Norfolk and Baltimore Canyons, Mid-Atlantic Bight, USA, Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, vol. 137, pp. 131–147, 2017.
S. D. Brooke and Young, C. M., Where do the embryos of Riftia pachyptila develop? Pressure tolerances, temperature tolerances, and buoyancy during prolonged embryonic dispersal, Deep-Sea Research. Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, vol. 56, pp. 1599–1606, 2009.
J. M. Brooks, Fisher, C. R., Roberts, H., Bernard, B., MacDonald, I. R., Carney, R., Jove, S., Cordes, E. E., Wolff, G. A., and Goehring, E., Investigations of chemosynthetic communities on the lower continental slope of the Gulf of Mexico: Interim Report 1. New Orleans, LA: U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, 2008, p. 332.
J. M. Brooks, Wiesenburg, D. A., Roberts, H., Carney, R. S., MacDonald, I. R., Fisher, C. R., Guinasso, N. L., Sager, W. W., McDonald, S. J., Burke, R. A., Aharon, P., and Bright, T. J., Salt, seeps and symbiosis in the Gulf of Mexico, EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, vol. 71, pp. 1772–1773, 1990.
J. M. Brooks, Kennicutt, M. C., Fisher, C. R., Macko, S. A., Cole, K., Childress, J. J., Bidigare, R. R., and Vetter, R. D., Deep-sea hydrocarbon seep communities: Evidence for energy and nutritional carbon sources, Science, vol. 238, pp. 1138–1142., 1987.
L. L. Brothers, Van Dover, C. L., German, C. R., Kaiser, C. L., Yoerger, D. R., Ruppel, C. D., Lobecker, E., Skarke, A. D., and Wagner, J. K. S., Evidence for extensive methane venting on the southeastern U.S. Atlantic margin, Geology, vol. 41, pp. 807–810, 2013.
J. R. Brown and Karson, J. A., Variations in axial processes on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge: the median valley of the MARK area, Marine Geophysical Researches, vol. 10, pp. 109–138, 1988.
J. R. Brown, Variations in volcanic processes along the median valley of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, 22 degrees 50'N to 23 degrees 40'N, Duke University, Durham, N.C., 1987.
W. Brundage, NRL's deep sea floor search ERA: a brief history of the NRL/MIZAR search system and Its major achievements. Washington, D.C.: Naval Research Laboratory, 1988, p. 56.
C. A. Brunner and Culver, S. J., An example of slump block construction of the continental rise, Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences, vol. 37, p. 42, 1992.
W. B. Bryan, Thompson, G., and Ludden, J. N., Compositional variation in normal MORB from 22 degrees -25 degrees N: Mid-Atlantic Ridge and Kane fracture zone, Journal of Geophysical Research, vol. 86, pp. 11,811–815,836, 1981.
W. B. Bryan, Regional variation and petrogenesis of basalt glasses from the FAMOUS area, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Journal of Petrology, vol. 20, pp. 293–325, 1979.
W. B. Bryan, Maxwell, A. E., Bowin, C. O., Ballard, R. D., Phillips, J. D., Hess, F. R., Vine, A. C., Teal, J., Marquet, W. M., Uchupi, E., Wiebe, P. H., Zafiriou, O. C., Rowe, G. T., Smith, K. L., and Von Herzen, R. P., Technical progress report: Advanced marine technology 1 February 1971 - 31 July 1971, vol. 72-33. Woods Hole, Mass.: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1972, p. 48.
W. B. Bryan, Fractionation, partial melting, and mixing in normal basalts from 22-25 degrees N, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, in Proceedings of the Symposium on the Activity of Oceanic Volcanoes, P. E. Baker, Ed. Ponta Delgada, Portugal: Universidade dos Acores, 1982, pp. 135–144.
W. B. Bryan, Thompson, G., and Michael, P. J., Compositional variation in a steady-state zoned magma chamber: Mid-Atlantic Ridge at 36 degrees 50'N, Tectonophysics, vol. 55, pp. 63–85, 1979.
W. B. Bryan and Thompson, G., Basalts from DSDP leg 37 and the FAMOUS area: Compositional and petrogenic comparisons, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, vol. 14, pp. 875–885, 1977.
W. B. Bryan and Moore, J. G., Compositional variations of young basalts in the Mid-Atlantic ridge rift near lat 36 degrees 49' N, Geological Society of America Bulletin, vol. 88, pp. 556–570, 1977.
W. R. Buck, Delaney, P. T., Karson, J. A., and Lagabrielle, L., Faulting and magmatism at mid-ocean ridges. Washington, D.C.: American Geophysical Union, 1998.