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N. C. Becker, Wheat, C. G., Mottl, M. J., Karsten, J. L., and Davis, E. E., A geological and geophysical investigation of Baby Bare, locus of a ridge-flank hydrothermal system in the Cascadia Basin, Journal of Geophysical Research, vol. 105, pp. 23,523–557,568, 2000.
K. Becker, Von Herzen, R., Kirklin, J., Evans, R., Kadko, D., Kinoshita, M., Matsubayashi, O., Mills, R., Schultz, A., and Rona, P., Conductive heat flow at the TAG active hydrothermal mound: results from the 1993-1995 submersible surveys, Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 23, pp. 3463–3466, 1996.
N. C. Becker, Fryer, P., and Moore, G. F., Malaguana-Gadao Ridge: Identification and implications of a magma chamber reflector in the southern Mariana Trough, GEOCHEMISTRY GEOPHYSICS GEOSYSTEMS, vol. 11, 2010.
E. L. Becker, Cordes, E. E., Macko, S. A., and Fisher, C. R., Importance of seep primary production to Lophelia pertusa and associated fauna in the Gulf of Mexico, Deep-Sea Research. Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, vol. 56, pp. 786–800, 2009.
K. Becker, Davis, E. E., Spiess, F. N., and DeMoustier, C. P., Temperature and video logs from the upper oceanic crust, Holes 504B and 896A, Costa Rica Rift flank: implications for the permeability of upper oceanic crust, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, vol. 222, pp. 881–896, 2004.
E. L. Becker, Cordes, E. E., Macko, S. A., Lee, R. W., and Fisher, C. R., Spatial patterns of tissue stable isotope contents give insight into the nutritional sources for seep communities on the Gulf of Mexico lower slope, MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES, vol. 498, pp. 133–U481, 2014.
K. Becker and Von Herzen, R. P., Pre-drilling observations of conductive heat flow at the TAG active mound using Alvin, in Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Initial Reports, vol. 158, E. Maddox, Ed. College Station, Tex.: Ocean Drilling Program, Texas A{&}M University, 1996, pp. 23–29.
K. Becker and Davis, E. E., Plugging the seafloor with CORKs, Oceanus, vol. 42, pp. 14–16, 2000.
K. Becker, Thomson, R. E., Davis, E. E., Villinger, H., and C. Wheat, G., Geothermal heating and episodic cold-seawater intrusions into an isolated ridge-flank basin near the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Communications Earth & Environment, vol. 2, p. 226, 2021.
S. Beckmann, Farag, I., Zhao, R., Christman, G. D., Prouty, N. G., and Biddle, J., Evidence for an expanded repertoire of electron acceptors for the anaerobic oxidation of methane in authigenic carbonates in the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean, bioRxiv, p. 2020.06.12.148429, 2020.
S. Beckmann, Farag, I. F., Zhao, R., Christman, G. D., Prouty, N. G., and Biddle, J. F., Expanding the repertoire of electron acceptors for the anaerobic oxidation of methane in carbonates in the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean, The ISME Journal: Multidisciplinary Journal of Microbial Ecology, pp. 1-14, 2021.
R. A. Beinart, Sanders, J. G., Faure, B., Sylva, S. P., Lee, R. W., Becker, E. L., Gartman, A., Luther, G. W., Seewald, J. S., Fisher, C. R., and Girguis, P. R., Evidence for the role of endosymbionts in regional-scale habitat partitioning by hydrothermal vent symbioses, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol. 109, pp. E3241–E3250, 2012.
R. A. Beinart, Nyholm, S. V., Dubilier, N., and Girguis, P. R., Intracellular Oceanospirillales inhabit the gills of the hydrothermal vent snail Alviniconcha with chemosynthetic, gamma-Proteobacterial symbionts, ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY REPORTS, vol. 6, pp. 656–664, 2014.
S. Belkin and Jannasch, H. W., Microbial mats at deep-sea hydrothermal vents: New observations, in Microbial Mats: Physiological Ecology of Benthic Microbial Communities, Y. Cohen, Ed. Washington, D.C.: American Society for Microbiology, 1989, pp. 16–21.
S. Belkin, Nelson, D. C., and Jannasch, H. W., Symbiotic assimilation of CO2 in two hydrothermal vent animals, the mussel Bathymodiolus thermophilus and the tube worm Riftia pachyptila, Biological Bulletin, vol. 170, pp. 110–121, 1986.
G. Bellaiche, Cheminee, J. L., Francheteau, J., Hekinian, R., Le Pichon, X., Needham, H. D., and Ballard, R. D., Inner floor of the Rift Valley: First submersible study, Nature, vol. 250, pp. 558–560, 1974.
G. Bellaiche, Rehault, J. P., Robin, C., Gennesseaux, M., Auzende, J. M., and Boivin, M. C., Petrological evidence of a typical oceanic crust in the Western Meditteranean Sea, Marine Geology, vol. 32, pp. M11–M18, 1979.
D. Bellan-Santini and Thurston, M. H., Amphipoda of the hydrothermal vents along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Journal of Natural History, vol. 30, pp. 685–702, 1996.
J. G. Bellingham, Platforms: autonomous underwater vehicles, in Encyclopedia of ocean sciences, vol. 6, J. H. Steele, Ed. San DIego, CA: Academic Press, 2008.
K. G. Bemis, Silver, D., Xu, G., Light, R., Jackson, D. R., Jones, C. D., Ozer, S., and Liu, L., The path to COVIS: A review of acoustic imaging of hydrothermal flow regimes, Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, vol. 121, pp. 159–176, 2015.
K. G. Bemis, Von Herzen, R. P., and Mottl, M. J., Geothermal heat flux from hydrothermal plumes on the Juan de Fuca Ridge, Journal of Geophysical Research, vol. 98, pp. 6351–6365, 1993.
Z. Ben-Avraham and Ballard, R. D., Near bottom temperature anomalies in the Dead Sea, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, vol. 71, pp. 356–360, 1984.
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.
E. Bender, Slashed budgets cripple deepwater research fleet: Trend continues toward building coastal R/Vs, Sea Technology, vol. 20, pp. 16–18, 1979.
S. A. Bennett, Statham, P. J., Green, D. R. H., Le Bris, N., McDermott, J. M., Prado, F., Rouxel, O. J., Von Damm, K. L., and German, C. R., Dissolved and particulate organic carbon in hydrothermal plumes from the East Pacific Rise, 9 degrees 50′N, Deep-Sea Research. Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, vol. 58, pp. 922–931, 2011.