Uncovering Deep-Sea Biodiversity

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Here are some of my research papers on deep-sea biodiversity:

1. German, C.R., P.A. Tyler, C. McIntyre, D. Amon, M. Cheadle, J. Clarke, B. John, J.M. McDermott, S.A. Bennett, J.A. Huber, J.C. Kinsey, J.S. Seewald, C.L. Van Dover and K. Elliot, 2012. Exploration of the Mid-Cayman Rise. Oceanography 25(1-Supplement): 52-53. http://www.tos.org/oceanography/archive/25-1_supplement.pdf

2. Connelly, D.P., J.T. Copley, B.J. Murton, K. Stansfield, P.A. Tyler, C.R. German, C.L. Van Dover, D.J. Amon, M. Furlong, N. Grindlay, N. Hayman, V. Huhnerbach, M. Judge, T. Le Bas, S. McPhail, A. Meier, K. Nakamura, V. Nye, M. Pebody, R. Pedersen, S. Plouviez, C. Sands, R.C. Searle, P. Stevenson, S. Taws and S. Wilcox, 2012. Hydrothermal vent fields and chemosynthetic biota on the world’s deepest seafloor spreading centre. Nature Communications 3: 620-629. http://www.nature.com/ncomms/journal/v3/n1/full/ncomms1636.html

3. Van Dover, C., K.L.C Bell, L. Marsh, C. German, B. John, M. Cheadle, M. Vecchione, D. Amon, B. Ball, J.T. Copley, C. Smart, S.H. Fuller, B.T. Phillips, K. Cantner, S. Auscavitch and R.D. Ballard, 2014. Exploration of the Mid-Cayman Rise. Oceanography 27(1-Supplement): 32-33. http://www.tos.org/oceanography/archive/27-1_nautilus.pdf

4. Carey, S., L.C. Bell, C. Roman, F. Dondin, R. Robertson, J. Gobin, S. Wankel, A.P.M. Michel, D.J. Amon, L. Marsh, C. Smart, I. Vaughan, B. Ball, K. Rodrigue, M. Haldeman, A. George and R. Ballard, 2015. Exploring Kick’em Jenny Submarine Volcano and the Barbados Cold Seep Province, Southern Lesser Antilles [in special issue: New Frontiers in Ocean Exploration: The E/V Nautilus 2014 Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Field Season]. Oceanography, 28(1, Supplement): 38-39.  http://www.tos.org/oceanography/archive/28-1_nautilus.pdf

5. Amon D.J., J. Gobin, C.L. Van Dover, L.A. Levin, L. Marsh and N.A. Raineault, 2017. Characterization of Methane-Seep Communities in a Deep-Sea Area Designated for Oil and Natural Gas Exploitation Off Trinidad and Tobago. Frontiers in Marine Science 4:342. doi:10.3389/fmars.2017.00342 https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmars.2017.00342/full