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J. J. Childress, Are there physiological and biochemical adaptations of metabolism in deep-sea animals?, Trends in Ecology and Evolution, vol. 10, pp. 30–36, 1995.
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F. E. Goetz and Jannasch, H. W., Aromatic hydrocarbon degrading bacteria in the petroleum-rich sediments of the Guaymas Basin hydrothermal vent site: Preference for aromatic hydroxylic acids, Geomicrobiology Journal, vol. 11, pp. 1–18, 1993.
R. E. Davis, Williams, D. L., and Von Herzen, R. P., ARPA rock drill report, vol. 75-28. Woods Hole, Mass.: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1975, p. 29.
O. Matsubayashi, Nishimura, K., Kinoshita, M., and Urabe, T., Array observation of seabottom temperature at a diffusive hydrothermal area within DESMOS Caldera in Manus Basin, JAMSTEC Journal of Deep Sea Research, pp. 117–126, 1998.
W. A. Maher, Duncan, E., Dilly, G., Foster, S., Krikowa, F., Lombi, E., Scheckel, K., and Girguis, P., Arsenic concentrations and species in three hydrothermal vent worms, Ridgeia piscesae, Paralvinella sulficola and Paralvinella palmiformis, Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, vol. 116, pp. 41–48, 2016.
A. D. Thaler, Van Dover, C. L., and Vilgalys, R., Ascomycete phylotypes recovered from a Gulf of Mexico methane seep are identical to an uncultured deep-sea fungal clade from the Pacific, Fungal Ecology, vol. 5, pp. 270–273, 2012.
C. R. Fisher, Aspects of the symbiosis between some marine microbes and their invertebrate hosts (Zeozanthellae, Riftia, Tridacna), University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, Calif., 1985.
D. L. Valentine, Reddy, C. M., Farwell, C., Hill, T. M., Pizarro, O., Yoerger, D. R., Camilli, R., Nelson, R. K., Peacock, E. E., Bagby, S. C., Clarke, B. A., Roman, C. N., and Soloway, M., Asphalt volcanoes as a potential source of methane to late Pleistocene coastal waters, Nature Geoscience, vol. 3, pp. 345–348, 2010.
J. McNichol, Sylva, S. P., Thomas, F., Taylor, C. D., Sievert, S. M., and Seewald, J. S., Assessing microbial processes in deep-sea hydrothermal systems by incubation at in situ temperature and pressure, Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, vol. 115, pp. 221–232, 2016.
J. C. Kinsey, Yoerger, D. R., Jakuba, M. V., Camilli, R., Fisher, C. R., and German, C. R., Assessing the Deepwater Horizon oil spill with the Sentry autonomous underwater vehicle, 2011 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), pp. 261–267, 2011.
R. W. Lee and Childress, J. J., Assimilation of inorganic nitrogen by marine invertebrates and their chemoautotrophic and methanotrophic symbionts, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, vol. 60, pp. 1852–1858, 1994.
R. W. Lee and Childress, J. J., Assimilation of inorganic nitrogen by seep mytilid 1a, an undescribed deep-sea mussel containing methanotrophic endosymbionts: fate of assimilated nitrogen and the relation between methane and nitrogen assimilation, Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 123, pp. 137–148, 1995.
B. Walden and Sharp, A. G., Atlantis II: A new support ship for Alvin, in Oceans '84: Conference Record: Industry, Government, Education – Designs for the Future : Washington, D.C., September 10-12, 1984, vol. 2, Washington, D.C.: Marine Technology Society, 1984, pp. 617–622.
F. Renosto, Martin, R. L., Borrell, J. L., Nelson, D. C., and Segel, I. H., ATP sulfurylase from trophosome tissue of Riftia pachyptila (hydrothermal vent tube worm), Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, vol. 290, pp. 66–78, 1991.
C. S. Davis, Gallager, S. M., and Stewart, K., Automated analysis of zooplankton size and taxonomic composition. Woods Hole, Mass.: Woods Hole Oceanographic Instutution, 1998.
C. G. Fox, Murphy, K. M., and Embley, R. W., Automated display and statistical analysis of interpreted deep-sea bottom photographs, Marine Geology, vol. 78, pp. 199–216, 1988.
X. Xu and Negahdaripour, S., Automatic optical station keeping and navigation of an ROV; sea trial experiments, in Oceans '99 MTS/IEEE: Riding the crest into the 21st century, vol. 1, Piscataway, N.J.: IEEE, 1999, pp. 71–76.
D. R. Yoerger, Bradley, A. M., Jakuba, M. V., German, C. R., Shank, T. M., and Tivey, M., Autonomous and remotely operated vehicle technology for hydrothermal vent discovery, exploration, and sampling, Oceanography, vol. 20, pp. 152–161, 2007.
D. R. Yoerger, Bradley, A. M., and Walden, B. B., Autonomous benthic explorer - deep ocean scientific AUV for seafloor exploration: untethered, on station one year without support ship, Sea Technology, vol. 33, pp. 50–54, 1992.
S. Williams, Newman, B., Dissanayake, P., and Gamini, D. W., Autonomous underwater simultaneous localisation and map building, in Proceedings: 2000 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation April 24-28, 2000, San Francisco Hilton Hotel, San Francisco, California, vol. 2, Piscataway, N.J.: IEEE, 2000, pp. 1793–1798.
C. Roman and Mather, R., Autonomous underwater vehicles as tools for deep-submergence archaeology, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part M: Journal of Engineering for the Maritime Environment, vol. 224, pp. 327–340, 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.