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H. Johnson and Tunnicliffe, V., Time-series measurements of hydrothermal activity on northern Juan De Fuca Ridge, Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 12, pp. 685–688, 1985.
D. J. Fornari, Shank, T. M., Von Damm, K. L., Gregg, T. K. P., Lilley, M., Levai, G., Bray, A., Haymon, R. M., Perfit, M. R., and Lutz, R., Time-series temperature measurements at high-temperature hydrothermal vents, East Pacific Rise 9 degrees 49'-51'N; evidence for monitoring a crustal cracking event, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, vol. 160, pp. 419–431, 1998.
L. M. Seyler, Trembath-Reichert, E., Tully, B. J., and Huber, J. A., Time-series transcriptomics from cold, oxic subseafloor crustal fluids reveals a motile, mixotrophic microbial community, Isme Journal, 2020.
E. C. Raulfs, Macko, S. A., and Van Dover, C. L., Tissue and symbiont condition of mussels (Bathymodiolus thermophilus) exposed to varying levels of hydrothermal activity, Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, vol. 84, pp. 229–234, 2004.
P. M. Palermo, Kiernan, T. J., Sharp, A. G., and Ferrara, W., Titanium sphere for Alvin/Autec pressure design considerations. Washington, D.C.: Naval Ship Engineering Center, 1973, p. 22.
T. A. Heppenheimer, To the bottom of the sea, American Heritage of Invention {&} Technology, vol. 8, pp. 28–38, 1992.
K. O. Emery and Ross, D. A., Topography and sediments of a small area of the continental slope south of Martha's Vineyard, Deep-Sea Research and Oceanographic Abstracts, vol. 15, pp. 415–422, 1968.
B. Walden, Torpedo recovery device for DSV Turtle. Woods Hole, Mass.: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1971, p. 2.
A. G. Sharp and Sullivan, J. R., Torque tests of a full size model of the Alvin/Autec emergency sphere release, vol. 70-60. Woods Hole, Mass.: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1970, p. var. p.
M. Tetard, Licari, L., Ovsepyan, E., Tachikawa, K., and Beaufort, L., Toward a global calibration for quantifying past oxygenation in oxygen minimum zones using benthic Foraminifera, Biogeosciences, vol. 18, pp. 2827-2841, 2021.
T. M. Shank and Halanych, K. M., Toward a mechanistic understanding of larval dispersal: insights from genomic fingerprinting of the deep-sea hydrothermal vent tubeworm Riftia pachyptila, Marine Ecology, vol. 28, pp. 25–35, 2007.
E. H. Saucier, France, S. C., and Watling, L., Toward a revision of the bamboo corals: Part 3, deconstructing the Family Isididae, Zootaxa, vol. 5047, pp. 247-272, 2021.
C. R. Fisher, Toward an appreciation of hydrothermal-vent animals: their environment, physiological ecology, and tissue stable isotope values, in Seafloor Hydrothermal Systems: Physical, Chemical, Biological, and Geochemical Interactions, S. E. Humphris, Ed. Washington, D.C.: American Geophysical Union, 1995, pp. 297–316.
O. Pizarro and Singh, H., Toward large-area mosaicing for underwater scientific applications, IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, vol. 28, pp. 651–672, 2003.
H. Singh, Roman, C., Pizarro, O., Eustice, R., and Can, A., Towards high-resolution imaging from underwater vehicles, International Journal of Robotics Research, vol. 26, pp. 55–74, 2007.
C. G. Wheat, Mottl, M. J., and Rudniki, M., Trace element and REE composition of a low-temperature ridge flank hydrothermal spring, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 66, pp. 3693–3705, 2002.
G. N. Evans, Tivey, M. K., Monteleone, B., Shimizu, N., Seewald, J. S., and Rouxel, O. J., Trace element proxies of seafloor hydrothermal fluids based on secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS) of black smoker chimney linings, Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 269, pp. 346-375, 2020.
A. J. Findlay, Gartman, A., Shaw, T. J., and Luther, G. W., Trace metal concentration and partitioning in the first 1.5 m of hydrothermal vent plumes along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge: TAG, Snakepit, and Rainbow, Chemical Geology, vol. 412, pp. 117–131, 2015.
S. A. Bennett, Hansman, R. L., Sessions, A. L., Nakamura, K., and Edwards, K. J., Tracing iron-fueled microbial carbon production within the hydrothermal plume at the Loihi Seamount, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 75, pp. 5526–5539, 2011.
M. Y. Kellermann, Yoshinaga, M. Y., Wegener, G., Krukenberg, V., and Hinrichs, K. - U., Tracing the production and fate of individual archaeal intact polar lipids using stable isotope probing, ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY, vol. 95, pp. 13–20, 2016.
R. C. Thomas, Training in the underwater terrain navigation and reconnaissance trainer simulator. Orlando, Fla.: Naval Training Equipment Center, 1973, p. 51.
J. Van Campenhout, Vanreusel, A., Van Belleghem, S., and Derycke, S., Transcription, Signaling Receptor Activity, Oxidative Phosphorylation, and Fatty Acid Metabolism Mediate the Presence of Closely Related Species in Distinct Intertidal and Cold-Seep Habitats, GENOME BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION, vol. 8, pp. 51–69, 2016.
C. Egas, Pinheiro, M., Gomes, P., Barroso, C., and Bettencourt, R., The Transcriptome of Bathymodiolus azoricus Gill Reveals Expression of Genes from Endosymbionts and Free-Living Deep-Sea Bacteria, MARINE DRUGS, vol. 10, pp. 1765–1783, 2012.
D. M. DeLeo, Glazier, A., Herrera, S., Barkman, A., and Cordes, E. E., Transcriptomic Responses of Deep-Sea Corals Experimentally Exposed to Crude Oil and Dispersant, Frontiers in Marine Science, vol. 8, p. 649909, 2021.
J. M. Lee, Eltgroth, S. F., Boyle, E. A., and Adkins, J. F., The transfer of bomb radiocarbon and anthropogenic lead to the deep North Atlantic Ocean observed from a deep sea coral, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, vol. 458, pp. 223–232, 2017.