2019

  • 30 – day Preliminary Cruise Report: Costa Rican Deep Sea Connections

  • 30 day Preliminary Cruise Report: Exploring Fronts with Multiple Robots

  • 30 day Preliminary Cruise Report: Microbial Mysteries: Linking Microbial Communities and Environmental Drivers

  • 30 day Preliminary Cruise Report: Observing Seafloor Methane Seeps at the end of Hydrate Stability

  • Apprill, A. (2019). On-site sequencing speeds up and re-directs field-based microbiology. Environmental Microbiology Reports, 11, doi: 10.1111/1758-2229.12732.

  • Chadwick, Jr., W., Rubin, K., Merle, S., Bobbitt, A., Kwasnitschka, T., and R. Embley. (2019). Recent Eruptions Between 2012 and 2018 Discovered at West Mata Submarine Volcano (NE Lau Basin, SW Pacific) and Characterized by New Ship, AUV, and ROV Data. Front. in Mar. Sci. 6:495, doi: 10.3389/fmars.2019.00495.

  • Cruise Report: Interdisciplinary Investigation of a New Hydrothermal Vent Field

  • Gerringer, M. (2019). On the success of the hadal snailfishes. Integrative Organismal Biology, obz004, doi: 10.1039/iob/obz004. [This article has been published as OPEN ACCESS].

  • Heyward A., Radford B. (2019) Northwest Australia. p 337-349 In: Loya Y., Puglise K., Bridge T. (eds) Mesophotic Coral Ecosystems. Coral Reefs of the World, vol 12. Springer, Cham. pp1003.https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-92735-0

  • Komai, T. and Giguere, T. (2019). A new species of alvinocaridid shrimp Rimicaris Williams & Rona, 1986 (Decapoda: Caridea) from hydrothermal vents on the Mariana Back Arc Spreading Center, northwestern Pacific. Journal of Crustacean Biology, rus046, doi: 10.1093/jcbiol/ruz046.

  • Ribas-Ribas, M., Battaglia, G., Humphreys, M. and O. Wurl. (2019). Impact of Nonzero Intercept Gas Transfer Velocity Parameterizations on Global and Regional Ocean – Atmosphere CO2 Fluxes. Geosciences 2019, 9, 230, doi: 10.3390/geosciences9050230.

  • Sager, W., Huang, Y., Tominaga, M., Greene, J., Nakanishi, M., and J. Zhang. (2019). Oceanic plateau formation by seafloor spreading implied by Tamu Massif magnetic anomalies. Nature Geosciences, doi: 10.1038/s41561-019-0390-y.

  • Stewart, L., Algar, C., Fortunato, C., Larson, B., Vallino, J., Huber, J., Butterfield, D., and J. Holden. (2019). Fluid geochemistry, local hydrology, and metabolic activity define methanogen community size and composition in deep-sea hydrothermal vents.  The ISME Journal, doi: 10.1038/s41396-019-0382-3.

  • Tabachnick, K., Fromont, J., Ehrlich, H., and L. Menshenina. (2019). Hexactinellida from the Perth Canyon, Eastern Indian Ocean, with description of five new species. Zootaxa 4661(1): 047-082, doi: 10.11646/zootaxa.4664.1.2.

  • Thornton, B. (2019). Adaptive Robotics 2.0. Oral Presentation at Oceanology International, San Diego, CA, USA.

  • Trembath-Reichert, E., Butterfield, D., and J. Huber. (2019). Active subseafloor microbial communities from Mariana back-arc venting fluids share metabolic strategies across different thermal niches and taxa. The ISME Journal, doi: 10.1028/s41396-019-0431-y.

  • Wurl, O., Landing, W., Mustaffa, N. I. H., Ribas-Ribas, M., Witte, C., and C. Zappa. (2019). The ocean’s skin layer in the tropics. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 124, doi: 10.1029/2018/JCO14021

  • Zhang, Y., Ryan, J., Kieft, B., Hobson, B., McEwen, R., Godin, M., Harvey, J., Barone, B., Bellingham, J., Birch, J., Scholin, C., and Chavez, F. (2019). Targeted Sampling by Autonomous Underwater Vehicles. Front. Mar. Sci. 6:415, doi: 10.3389/fmars.2019.00415.

  • 2018

  • 30 day Preliminary Cruise Report: Adaptive Robotics at Barkley Canyon

  • 30 day Preliminary Cruise Report: Coordinated Robotics Part 2

  • 30 Day Preliminary Cruise Report: Eddy Exploration and Ecosystem Dynamics

  • 30 day Preliminary Cruise Report: Filling in the Gaps

  • 30 day Preliminary Cruise Report: Hunting Bubbles

  • 30 day Preliminary Cruise Report: Underwater Fire

  •  Anna B. Downing, Gemma T. Wallace, Paul H. Yancey, (2018). Organic osmolytes of amphipods from littoral to hadal zones: Increases with depth in trimethylamine N-oxide, scyllo-inositol and other potential pressure counteractants. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers. DOI/10.1016/j.dsr.2018.05.008

  • Baker, E., Walker, S., Resing, J., Chadwick, W., Merle, S., Anderson, M., and D. Butterfield. (2018). Hydrothermal Activity Along Back-Arc Spreading Centers: The Importance of Arc Proximity.  Poster Presentation at Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR, USA.

  • Bartlett, D. (2018). Comparisons of Microbial Life in the Kermadec and Mariana Trenches. Oral Presentation,  6th International Workshop on Deep-Sea Microbiology, Busan, South Korea.

  • Bartlett, D. (2018). Microbial Life at Great Ocean Depths. Oral Presentation, Ocean Biosciences Student Recruitment Seminar, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, San Diego, CA, USA.

  • Bartlett, D. (2018). Microbial Life at the Greatest Ocean Depths. Oral Presentation, Environmental Geology and Geochemistry Seminar, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA.

  • Bartlett, D. (2018). Microbial Life in Pacific Hadal Trenches: Sampling Approaches and Assessments of Diversity and Function. Oral Presentation, NSF Antarctic Biology Course, McMurdo Station, Antarctica.

  • Bartlett, D. (2018).Microbial Life at Great Ocean Depths. Oral Presentation, 30th Squid-Vibrio Meeting, San Diego, CA, USA.

  • Belkin, I., Borges de Sousa, J., Pinto, J., Mendes, R., and Lopez-Castejon, F. (2018). A new front-tracking algorithm for AUVs. Oral Presentation, IEEE OES AUV Conference, Porto, POR.

  • Belkin, I., Borges de Sousa, J., Pinto, J., Mendes, R., Lopez-Castejon, F. (2018). Marine robotics exploration of a large-scale open-ocean front. Oral Presentation, IEEE OES AUV Conference, Porto, POR.

  • Berthelot, H., Duhamel, S., L’Helguen, S., Maguer, J., Wang, S., Cetinic, I., and N. Cassar. (2018). NanoSIMS single cell analyses reveal the contrasting nitrogen sources for small phytoplankton.  ISME, doi: 10.1038/s41396-018-0285-8.

  • Bingo, S., Kelley, C., Putts, M., and Moriwake, V. (2018). Identifying and Characterizing High-Density Coral and Sponge Communities on Deep Seamount Ridges Within Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument. Oral Presentation, Symposium on Science in Support of Archipelagic Management, Honolulu, HI, USA.

  • Butterfield, D., Chadwick, Jr., W., Larson, B.,  Tunnicliffe, V., Bates, A., and K. Roe (2018). 2016 Exploration Shows Contrasting Fluid Chemistry and Hydrothermal Vent Communities Between the Mariana Arc and Back-Arc. Oral Presentation, 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR, USA.

  • Butterfield, D., Chadwick, Jr., W., Larson, B., Bates, A., and Tunnicliffe, V. (2018). 2016 Exploration Shows Contrasting Fluid Chemistry and Hydrothermal Vent Communities Between the Mariana Arc and Back-Arc. Oral Presentation, Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR, USA.

  • Chadwick, W., Merle, S., Baker, E.,  Walker, S., Resing, J., Butterfield, D., Anderson, M., Baumberger, T., and A. Bobbitt (2018), A recent volcanic eruption discovered on the central Mariana back-arc spreading center, Front. Ear. Sci., 6:172, doi:10.3389/feart.2018.00172. [This paper is published as OPEN ACCESS.]

     

  • Chadwick, W., Tunnicliffe, V., Butterfield, D., Bates, A., Huber, J., Trembath-Reichert, E., Bobbitt, A., and Merle, S. (2018). Newly Discovered Hydrothermal Vent Sites Along the Mariana Back-arc Spreading Center Support Hypothesis of Geological and Chemical Control on Chemosynthetic EcosystemsPoster Presentation at Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR, USA.

  • Coffin, M. (2018). The World’s Largest Submarine Canyon – Kroenke Canyon in the Western Equatorial Pacific. Oral Presentation, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Qingdao, China.

  • Coffin, M. (2018). The World’s Largest Submarine Canyon – Kroenke Canyon in the Western Equatorial Pacific. Oral Presentation, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China.

  • Costa, M., Pinto, J., Sousa Dias, P., Pereira, J., Lima, K., Ribeiro, M., Borges de Sousa, J., Lukaczyk, T., Mendes, R., Tomasino, and et. al. (2018). Field Report: Exploring Fronts with Multiple Robots. Oral Presenation, IEEE OES AUV Conference, Porto, POR.

  • Downing, A., Wallace, G., and Yancey, P. (2018). Organic osmolytes of amphipods from littoral to hadal zones: Increases with depth in trimethylamine N-oxide, scyllo-inositol and other potential pressure counteractants. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 138 (1-10), doi: 10.1016/j.dsr.2018.05.008

  • Du Preez, C. and C. Fisher. (2018). Long-Term Stability of Back-Arc Basin Hydrothermal Vents. Frontiers of Marine Science, 5:54, doi: 10.3389/fmars.2018.00054. [This article has been published as OPEN ACCESS].

  • Final Cruise Report: Eyes Below the Surface: Mapping Johnston Atoll

  • Final Cruise Report: Underwater Fire: studying the submarine volcanoes of Tonga

  • Garvin, J., Slayback, D., Ferrini, V., Frawley, J., Giguere, C., Asrar, G, and Andersen, K. (2018). Monitoring and Modelling the Rapid Evolution of Earth’s Newest Volcano Island: Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha’apai (Tonga) Using High Spatial Resolution Satellite Observations. Geophysical Research Letters 0 (0), doi: 10.1002/2017/GL076621.

  • Garvin, J., Slayback, D., Ferrini, V., Frawley, J., Giguere, C., Asrar, G., and Anderson, K. (2018). Monitoring and Modeling the Rapid Evolution of Earth’s Newest Volcanic Island: Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha’apai (Tonga) Using High Spatial Resolution Satellite Observations. Geophysical Research Letters, 45, doi: 10.1002/2017GL076621. [This article has been published as Open Access].

  • Gerringer, M., Andrews, A., Huss, G., Nagashima, K., Popp, B., Clark, M., Linley, T., Jamieson, A., and J. Drazen. (2018). Life history of abyssal and hadal fishes from otolith growth zones and oxygen isotopic compositions.  Deep Sea Research I, 132: 37-50, doi: 10.1016/j.dsr.2017.12.002. [This article has been published as OPEN ACCESS].

  • Green, R., Jones, N., Rayson, M., Lowe, R., Bluteau, C., and Ivey, G. (2018).  Nutrient Fluxes into an Isolated Coral Reef Atoll by Tidally Driven Internal Bores.  Limnol Oceanogr., doi:10.1002/lno.11051