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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.
V. L. Asper, Accelerated settling of particulate matter by 'marine snow' aggregates, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Cambridge, MA and Woods Hole, MA, 1985.
H. H. Roberts, Potter, J. M., and Wolff, G. A., NOAA Ocean Explorer: Expedition to the deep slope, vol. 2007. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Ocean Exploration, Silver Spring, Md., 2006.
B. L. Beard, Johnson, C. M., and Von Damm, K. L., Iron isotope constraints on Fe cycling and mass balance in the oxygenated Earth, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 66. p. A58, 2002.
L. A. Levin, Orphan, V. J., Rouse, G. W., Rathburn, A. E., Ussler, W., Cook, G. S., Goffredi, S. K., Perez, E. M., Waren, A., Grupe, B. M., Chadwick, G., and Strickrott, B., A hydrothermal seep on the Costa Rica margin: middle ground in a continuum of reducing ecosystems, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, vol. 279. pp. 2580–2588, 2012.
Journal Article
K. L. Smith, Zooplankton of a bathyal benthic boundary layer: in situ rates of oxygen consumption and ammonium excretion Poralia rufescens, Limnology and Oceanography, vol. 27, pp. 461–471, 1982.
K. L. Smith, Carlucci, A. F., Williams, P. M., Henrichs, S. M., Baldwin, R. J., and Graven, D. B., Zooplankton and bacterioplankton of an abyssal benthic boundary layer: in situ rates of metabolism, Oceanologica Acta, vol. 9, pp. 47–55, 1986.
S. G. John, Rouxel, O. J., Craddock, P. R., Engwall, A. M., and Boyle, E. A., Zinc stable isotopes in seafloor hydrothermal vent fluids and chimneys, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, vol. 269, pp. 17–28, 2008.
H. Sigurdsson, Working with Jason in the Galapagos, Maritimes, vol. 36, pp. 13–15, 1992.
A. D. Bowen, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution's operational unmanned vehicle systems; a description of capabilities, EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, vol. 74, p. 561, 1993.
Woods Hole launches new era with R/V Atlantis, Sea Technology, vol. 38, pp. 69–71, 1997.
R. D. Turner, Wood-boring bivalves, opportunistic species in the deep sea, Science, vol. 180, pp. 1377–1379, 1973.
R. D. Turner, Wood, mollusks and deep sea food chains, Bulletin of the American Malacological Union, pp. 13–19, 1977.
R. D. Ballard, Window on Earth's interior, National Geographic Magazine, vol. 150, pp. 228–249, 1976.
D. A. Clague, Paduan, J. B., and Davis, A. S., Widespread strombolian eruptions of mid-ocean ridge basalt, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, vol. 180, pp. 171–188, 2009.
M. O. Garcia, Ito, G., Weis, D., Geist, D. J., Swinnard, L., Bianco, T., Flinders, A., Taylor, B., Appelgate, B., Blay, C., Hanano, D., Silva, I. N., Naumann, T., Maerschalk, C., Harpp, K. S., Christensen, B., Sciaroni, L., Tagami, T., and Yamasaki, S., Widespread secondary volcanism near northern Hawaiian Islands, EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, vol. 89, pp. 542–543, 2008.
V. Thiel, Hugler, M., Blümel, M., Baumann, H. I., Gärtner, A., Schmaljohann, R., Strauss, H., Garbe-Schonberg, D., Petersen, S., Cowart, D. A., Fisher, C. R., and Imhoff, J. F., Widespread occurrence of two carbon fixation pathways in tubeworm endosymbionts: lessons from hydrothermal vent associated tubeworms from the Mediterranean Sea, Frontiers in Microbiology, vol. 2, p. 423, 2012.
B. J. MacGregor, Biddle, J. F., Siebert, J. R., Staunton, E., Hegg, E. L., Matthysse, A. G., and Teske, A., Why Orange Guaymas Basin Beggiatoa spp. Are Orange: Single-Filament-Genome-Enabled Identification of an Abundant Octaheme Cytochrome with Hydroxylamine Oxidase, Hydrazine Oxidase, and Nitrite Reductase Activities, APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, vol. 79, pp. 1183–1190, 2013.
K. Kobayashi, Fujioka, K., Fujiwara, T., Iwabuchi, Y., and Kitazato, H., Why is the Palau Trench so deep? Deep-sea trench without plate convergence, Proceedings of the Japan Academy. Series B: Physical and Biological Sciences, vol. 73, pp. 89–94, 1997.
WHOI commissions Alvin, Undersea Technology, vol. 5, p. 20, 1964.
V. Bendel, Fouquet, Y., Auzende, J. M., Lagabrielle, Y., Grimaud, D., and Urabe, T., The White Lady hydrothermal field, North Fiji back-arc basin, Southeast Pacific, Economic Geology, vol. 88, pp. 2233–2245, 1993.
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.
A. E. Nevala, What's white, long-armed, shaggy-but not abominable?, Oceanus, vol. 45, p. 11, 2006.
C. R. Smith, Whale falls: Chemosynthesis on the deep seafloor, Oceanus, vol. 35, pp. 74–78, 1992.
J. Jungclaus, Barton, R. J., and Encarnacao, L. M., A web-based distributive aimulator for the Alvin deep submersible vehicle, Computer Graphics Topics, vol. 13, pp. 21–22, 2001.