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D. R. Calder, Hydroid diversity and species composition along a gradient from shallow waters to deep sea around Bermuda, Deep-Sea Research. Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, vol. 45, pp. 1843–1860, 1998.
D. R. Calder, Synopsis of hydroids from 1000m and deeper in the western North Atlantic, in Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Coelenterate Biology: the Leeuwenhorst, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands, 16-21 July 1995, J. C. den Hartog, Ed. Leiden, The Netherlands: Nationaal Naturhistorisch Museum, 1997, pp. 85–90.
D. R. Calder, Hydroids (Cnidaria: Hydrozoa) recorded from depths exceeding 3000 m in the abyssal western North Atlantic, Canadian Journal of Zoology, vol. 74, pp. 1721–1726, 1996.
B. J. Campbell, Polson, S. W., Allen, L. Zeigler, Williamson, S. J., Lee, C. K., K Wommack, E., and S Cary, C., Diffuse flow environments within basalt- and sediment-based hydrothermal vent ecosystems harbor specialized microbial communities, FRONTIERS IN MICROBIOLOGY, vol. 4, 2013.
A. C. Campbell, Palmer, M. R., Klinkhammer, G. P., Bowers, T. S., Edmond, J. M., Lawrence, J. R., Casey, J. F., Thompson, G., Humphris, S. E., Rona, P. A., and Karson, J. A., Chemistry of hot springs on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Nature, vol. 335, pp. 514–519, 1988.
A. C. Campbell, German, C. R., Palmer, M. R., Gamo, T., and Edmond, J. M., Chemistry of hydrothermal fluids from the Escanaba Trough, Gorda Ridge, in Geologic, hydrothermal, and biologic studies at Escanaba Trough, Gorda Ridge, offshore Northern California, J. L. Morton, Ed. Reston, Va.: U.S. Geological Survey, 1994, pp. 201–221.
B. J. Campbell, Jeanthon, C., Kotska, J. E., Luther, G. W., and Cary, S. C., Growth and phylogenetic properties of novel bacteria belonging to the epsilon subdivision of the proteobacteria enriched from Alvinella pompejana and deep-sea hydrothermal vents, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, vol. 67, pp. 4566–4572, 2001.
C. Canache, Fishes of the New England Seamounts, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, 2007.
E. Canale-Parola, Harwood, C. S., and Jannasch, H. W., An anaerobic spirochaete from deep sea hydrothermal vents, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, vol. 44, pp. 234–237, 1982.
S. M. Carbotte, Ryan, W. B., Cormier, M. - H., Jin, W., Bergmanis, E. C., Sinton, J., and White, S., Magmatic subsidence of the East Pacific Rise (EPR) 18 degrees14'S revealed through fault restoration of ridge crest bathymetry, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, vol. 4, p. Article no. 1008, 2003.
P. Cardenas and Moore, J. A., First records of Geodia demosponges from the New England seamounts, an opportunity to test the use of DNA mini-barcodes on museum specimens, Marine Biodiversity, vol. 49, pp. 163-174, 2019.
D. W. Caress, Clague, D. A., Paduan, J. B., Martin, J. F., Dreyer, B. M., Chadwick, W. W., Denny, A., and Kelley, D. S., Repeat bathymetric surveys at 1-metre resolution of lava flows erupted at Axial Seamount in April 2011, Nature Geoscience, vol. 5, pp. 483–488, 2012.
R. Carey, S. Soule, A., Manga, M., White, J. D. L., McPhie, J., Wysoczanski, R., Jutzeler, M., Tani, K., Yoerger, D., Fornari, D., Caratori-Tontini, F., Houghton, B., Mitchell, S., Ikegami, F., Conway, C., Murch, A., Fauria, K., Jones, M., Cahalan, R., and McKenzie, W., The largest deep-ocean silicic volcanic eruption of the past century, Science Advances, vol. 4, p. e1701121, 2018.
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.
R. S. Carney, Stable isotope trophic patterns in echinoderm megafauna in close proximity to and remote from Gulf of Mexico lower slope hydrocarbon seeps, Deep-Sea Research. Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, vol. 57, pp. 1965–1971, 2010.
S. L. Carney, Flores, J. F., Orobona, K. M., Butterfield, D. A., Fisher, C. R., and Schaeffer, S. W., Environmental differences in hemoglobin gene expression in the hydrothermal vent tubeworm, Ridgeia piscesae, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B-Biochemistry {&} Molecular Biology, vol. 146, pp. 326–337, 2007.
A. Carranza-Edwards, Rosales-Hoz, L., Aguayo-Camargo, J. E., Cruz, R. L. - S., and Hornelas-Orozco, Y., Geochemical study of hydrothermal core sediments and rocks from the Guaymas Basin, Gulf of California, Applied Geochemistry, vol. 5, pp. 77–82, 1990.
A. Carranza-Edwards, Hoz, L. R., Orozco, Y. H., Cabral, M. G. V., and Cruz, R. L. Santa, Sulfuros metalicos submarinos al sur de la peninsula de Baja California, Mexico, Anales del Instituto Ciencias del Mar y Limnologia, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México., vol. 13, pp. 287–296, 1986.
B. Carson, Suess, E., and Strasser, J. C., Fluid flow and mass flux determinations at vent sites on the Cascadia margin accretionary prism, Journal of Geophysical Research, vol. 95, pp. 8891–8897, 1990.
S. C. Cary, Fry, B., Felbeck, H., and Vetter, R., Multiple trophic resources for a chemoautotrophic community at a deep-sea brine seep at the base of the Florida Escarpment, Marine Biology, vol. 100, pp. 411–418, 1989.
S. C. Cary, Warren, W., Anderson, E., and Giovannoni, S. J., Identification and localization of bacterial endosymbionts in hydrothermal vent taxa with symbiont-specific polymerase chain reaction amplification and in situ hybridization techniques, Molecular Marine Biology and Biotechnology, vol. 2, pp. 51–62, 1993.
S. C. Cary, Fisher, C. R., and Felbeck, H., Mussel growth supported by methane as sole carbon and energy source, Science, vol. 240, pp. 78–80, 1988.
S. C. Cary, Felbeck, H., and Holland, N. D., Observations on the reproductive biology of the hydrothermal vent tube worm Riftia pachyptila, Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 52, pp. 89–94, 1989.
J. P. Casanova, Chaetognaths from Alvin dives in the Santa Catalina Basin (California), with description of two new Heterokrohnia species, Journal of Natural History, vol. 26, pp. 663–674, 1992.
J. P. Casanova and Moreau, X., Calispadella alata n. gen., n. sp., the first chaetognath recorded from a hydrothermal vent site (Mid-Atlantic Ridge), Journal of Plankton Research, vol. 27, pp. 221–225, 2005.