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Hydrothermal Vent Communities
(Released May 2006)

 
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  1. Presence of postlarval alvinocaridid shrimps over south-west Indian Ocean hydrothermal vents, with comparisons of the pelagic biomass at different vent sites
    Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, Vol. 86, No. 1, 2006, pp. 125-128

  2. Symbioses of methanotrophs and deep-sea mussels (Mytilidae: Bathymodiolinae)
    Progress in.molecular and subcellular biology, Vol. 41, 2006, pp. 227-249

  3. Characterization of Symbiont Populations in Life-History Stages of Mussels From Chemosynthetic Environments
    Biological Bulletin, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Vol. 208, No. 2, Apr 2005, pp. 145-155

  4. Composition and endemism of the deep-sea hydrothermal vent fauna
    Cahiers de Biologie Marine, Vol. 46, No. 2, 2005, pp. 97-104

  5. Deep-sea and shallow-water hydrothermal vent communities; two different phenomena?; Shallow-water hydrothermal venting
    Chemical Geology, Vol. 224, No. 1-3, 15 Dec 2005, pp. 5-39

  6. Development of macrofaunal community structure in mussel beds on the northern East Pacific Rise
    Marine Ecology Progress Series, 121-134. 2005, pp. Vol. 302, p

  7. Distribution, phylogenetic diversity and physiological characteristics of epsilon-Proteobacteria in a deep-sea hydrothermal field
    Environmental microbiology, Vol. 7, No. 10, Oct 2005, pp. 1619-1632

  8. Epifaunal community structure associated with Riftia pachyptila aggregations in chemically different hydrothermal vent habitats
    Marine Ecology Progress Series, 67-77. 2005, pp. Vol. 305, p

  9. Hydrothermal vent octopuses of Vulcanoctopus hydrothermalis feed on bathypelagic amphipods of Halice hesmonectes
    Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, Vol. 85, No. 4, 2005, pp. 985-988

  10. Lost City Life
    Science (Washington), Vol. 307, No. 5714, 4 Mar 2005, pp. 1420-1422

  11. Proposed nitrate binding by hemoglobin in Riftia pachyptila blood
    Deep Sea Research (Part I, Oceanographic Research Papers), Vol. 52, No. 10, Oct 2005, pp. 1885-1895

  12. Role of thermal conditions in habitat selection by hydrothermal vent gastropods
    Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2005, Vol. 305, pp. 1-15

  13. Selective predation by the zoarcid fish Thermarces cerberus at hydrothermal vents
    Deep Sea Research (Part I, Oceanographic Research Papers), Vol. 52, No. 5, May 2005, pp. 837-844

  14. A Serpentinite-Hosted Ecosystem: The Lost City Hydrothermal Field
    Science (Washington), Vol. 307, No. 5714, 4 Mar 2005, pp. 1428-1434

  15. Sperm Storage, Internal Fertilization, and Embryonic Dispersal in Vent and Seep Tubeworms (Polychaeta: Siboglinidae: Vestimentifera)
    Biological Bulletin, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Vol. 208, No. 1, Feb 2005, pp. 20-28

  16. The ubiquitous mussel: Bathymodiolus aff. brevior symbiosis at the Central Indian Ridge hydrothermal vents
    Marine Ecology Progress Series, 23 Jun 2005, pp. Vol. 295, pp. 183-190

  17. Vertical, lateral and temporal structure in larval distributions at hydrothermal vents
    Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2 Jun 2005, pp. Vol. 293, pp. 1-16

  18. Metagenomic analysis of the episymbiont community associated with Alvinella Pompejana, a deep-sea hydrothermal vent polychaete
    Marine Ecology Progress Series, Vol. 284, 2004, pp. 237-251

  19. Community structure in Florida Escarpment seep and Snake Pit (Mid-Atlantic Ridge) vent mussel beds
    Marine Biology, Vol. 145, No. 1, Jul 2004, pp. 121-132

  20. Composition of a One-Year-Old Riftia pachyptila Community following a; Clearance Experiment: Insight to Succession Patterns at Deep-Sea; Hydrothermal Vents
    Biological Bulletin, Vol. 207, No. 3, December, 2004 2004, pp. 177-182

  21. Distribution of bacteria and associated minerals in the gill chamber of the vent shrimp Rimicaris exoculata and related biogeochemical processes
    Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2004, pp. Vol. 284, pp. 237-251

  22. Early Jurassic Hydrothermal Vent Community From The Franciscan Complex, California
    Journal of Paleontology, Vol. 78, No. 3, May 2004, pp. 542-559

  23. Experimental ecology at deep-sea hydrothermal vents: a perspective
    Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology, Vol. 300, No. 1-2, Mar 2004, pp. 273-307

  24. Feeding behaviour: Hydrothermal vent crabs feast on sea 'snow'
    Nature, Vol. 432, No. 7020, 23 Dec 2004, pp. 969

  25. Novel Forms of Structural Integration between Microbes and a Hydrothermal Vent Gastropod from the Indian Ocean
    Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Vol. 70, No. 5, May 2004, pp. 3082-3090

  26. Phylogenetic diversity of sulfate-reducing prokaryotes in active deep-sea hydrothermal vent chimney structures
    FEMS microbiology letters, Vol. 232, No. 2, 19 Mar 2004, pp. 145-152

  27. Physicochemical characterization of the microhabitat of the epibionts associated with Alvinella pompejana, a hydrothermal vent annelid
    Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Vol. 68, No. 9, May 2004, pp. 2055-2066

  28. Spatial and temporal patterns in larval supply at hydrothermal vents in the northeast Pacific Ocean
    Limnology and Oceanography, Vol. 49, No. 6, Nov 2004, pp. 1949-1956

  29. Thermal selection of PGM allozymes in newly founded populations of the thermotolerant vent polychaete Alvinella pompejana
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences, Vol. 271, No. 1555, 22 Nov 2004, pp. 2351-2359

  30. Chemosynthesis-based ecosystems in the deep Atlantic - what we do know and we don't
    Monaco (Monaco): CIESM, 2003

  31. Constrained circulation at Endeavour ridge facilitates colonization by vent larvae
    Nature, Vol. 424, No. 6948, 31 Jul 2003, pp. 545-549

  32. Current challenges in the study of biological communities at deep-sea hydrothermal vents
    Monaco (Monaco): CIESM, 2003

  33. Deep Submergence Synergy: Alvin and ABE Explore the Galapagos Rift at 86 degree W
    EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, Vol. 84, No. 41, 14 Oct 2003, pp. 430-432

  34. Dispersal at hydrothermal vents: a summary of recent progress
    Hydrobiologia, Vol. 503, No. 1-3, Aug 2003, pp. 9-19

  35. Distributional and biological aspects of copepods at hydrothermal vents on the Juan de Fuca Ridge, north-east Pacific ocean
    Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, Vol. 83, No. 3, 2003, pp. 469-477

  36. Diversity at hydrothermal vents
    Global Ecology and Biogeography, Vol. 12, No. 3, May 2003, pp. 181-190

  37. Evidence of Chemolithoautotrophy in the Bacterial Community Associated with Alvinella pompejana, a Hydrothermal Vent Polychaete
    Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Vol. 69, No. 9, Sep 2003, pp. 5070-5078

  38. Food resource partitioning and competition among alvinellid polychaetes of Juan de Fuca Ridge hydrothermal vents
    Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2003, pp. Vol. 246, pp. 173-182

  39. Functional morphology and feeding strategy of the hydrothermal-vent polychaete Archinome rosacea (family Archinomidae)
    Canadian Journal of Zoology/Revue Canadienne de Zoologie, Vol. 81, No. 4, 2003, pp. 582-590

  40. Habitat, growth and physiological ecology of a basaltic community of Ridgeia piscesae from the Juan de Fuca Ridge
    Deep-Sea Research (Part I, Oceanographic Research Papers), Vol. 50, No. 6, Jun 2003, pp. 763-780

  41. Incidence and Diversity of Microorganisms within the Walls of an Active Deep-Sea Sulfide Chimney
    Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Vol. 69, No. 6, Jun 2003, pp. 3580-3592

  42. Striking succession of mussels at newly formed deep-sea hydrothermal vents
    Journal of Shellfish Research, Vol. 22, No. 1, Jun 2003, pp. 341-342

  43. Thermal Tolerances of Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vent Animals From the Northeast Pacific
    Biological Bulletin, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Vol. 205, No. 2, 1 Oct 2003, pp. 98-101

  44. Tubeworm-associated communities at hydrothermal vents on the Juan de Fuca Ridge, northeast Pacific
    Deep Sea Research (Part I, Oceanographic Research Papers), Vol. 50, No. 5, May 2003, pp. 611-629

  45. Variation in community structure within hydrothermal vent mussel beds of the East Pacific Rise
    Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2003, pp. Vol. 253, pp. 55-66

  46. Colonization by pioneer populations of epsilon -proteobacteria and community succession at mid-ocean ridge hydrothermal vents as determined by T-RFLP analysis; AGU 2002 fall meeting
    EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, Vol. 83, No. 47, Suppl, 19 Nov 2002, pp. 1472

  47. Diversity of anaerobic heterotrophic thermophiles isolated from deep-sea hydrothermal vents of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
    FEMS microbiology ecology, Vol. 41, No. 2, Aug 2002, pp. 105-114

  48. Ecology of hydrothermal vents on three segments of the Juan de Fuca Ridge, northeast Pacific
    Dissertation Abstracts International Part B: Science and Engineering, Vol. 62, No. 10, Apr 2002, pp. 4337

  49. Merging Genomes with Geochemistry in Hydrothermal Ecosystems
    Science (Washington), Vol. 296, No. 5570, 10 May 2002, pp. 1077-1082

  50. A novel landscape ecology approach for determining habitat correlations and macrofaunal patchiness in extreme environments: pilot study for the Southern East Pacific Rise at 17-18oS
    Roscoff (France): Station Biologique de Roscoff, 2002307-311. [Cah. Biol. Mar.]

  51. Nutritional relations of deep-sea hydrothermal fields at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge: a stable isotope approach
    Deep-Sea Research (Part I, Oceanographic Research Papers), Vol. 49, No. 2, Feb 2002, pp. 395-412

  52. Phylogenetic characterization and biomass estimation of bacterial endosymbionts associated with invertebrates dwelling in chemosynthetic communities of hydrothermal vent and cold seep fields
    Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2002, Vol. 245, pp. 61-67

  53. Predation structures communities at deep-sea hydrothermal vents
    Ecological Monographs, Vol. 72, No. 3, Aug 2002, pp. 365-382

  54. Species-specific variation in sulfide physiology between closely related vesicomyid clams
    Marine Ecology Progress Series, Vol. 225, Jan 2002, pp. 227-238

  55. Three dimensional view of the Atlantic abyssal benthopelagic vent community
    Roscoff (France): Station Biologique de Roscoff, 2002, pp. 303-305. [Cah. Biol. Mar.]

  56. Three Ridgeia piscesae assemblages from a single Juan de Fuca Ridge sulphide edifice: structurally different and functionally similar
    Roscoff (France): Station Biologique de Roscoff, 2002, pp. 247-252. [Cah. Biol. Mar.]

  57. Trophic relationships among invertebrates at the Kairei hydrothermal vent field (Central Indian Ridge)
    Marine Biology, Vol. 141, No. 4, 2002, pp. 761-772

  58. Understanding the biogeography of chemosynthetic ecosystems
    Oceanologica Acta, Vol. 25, No. 5, 2002, pp. 227-241

  59. The use of video surveys, a geographic information system and sonar backscatter data to study faunal community dynamics at Juan de Fuca Ridge hydrothermal vents
    Roscoff (France): Station Biologique de Roscoff, 2002235-240. [Cah. Biol. Mar.]

  60. Biogeography and ecological setting of Indian Ocean hydrothermal vents
    Science (Washington), Vol. 294, No. 5543, 26 Oct 2001, pp. 818-823

  61. Distribution of Archaea in a Black Smoker Chimney Structure
    Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Vol. 67, No. 8, Aug 2001, pp. 3618-3629

  62. First Hydrothermal Vent Communities from the Indian Ocean Discovered
    Zoological Science, Vol. 18, No. 5, Jul 2001, pp. 717-721

  63. Larval dispersal potential of the tubeworm Riftia pachyptila at deep-sea hydrothermal vents
    Nature, Vol. 411, No. 6833, 3 May 2001, pp. 77-80

  64. Life After Death in the Deep Sea
    American Scientist, Vol. 89, No. 5, Sep-Oct 2001, pp. 422-431

  65. An off-axis hydrothermal vent field near the Mid-Atlantic Ridge at 30 degree N
    Nature, Vol. 412, No. 6843, 12 Jul 2001, pp. 145-149

  66. Submersible Observations of the Hydrothermal Vent Communities on the Iheya Ridge, Mid Okinawa Trough, Japan
    Journal of Oceanography, Vol. 57, No. 6, Dec 2001, pp. 663-677

  67. Temperature resistance of Hesiolyra bergi, a polychaetous annelid living on deep-sea vent smoker walls
    Marine Ecology Progress Series, Vol. 216, 6 Jul 2001, pp. 141-149