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

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

  • 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.

  • 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

  • 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

  • Green, R., Lowe, R., and Buckley, M. (2018). Hydrodynamics of a tidally-forced coral reef atoll. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 10.1029/2018JC013946. 

  • Informal Cruise Report: Eddy Exploration and Ecosystem Dynamics

  • Marques, O., Alford, M., Pinkel, R.,  Mackinnon, J., Nash, J., Simmons, H., Brazhnikov, D., Klymak, J., Waterhouse, A., and S. Kelly.  (2018). Internal Tide Structure and Variability on the Tasman Slope, Oral Presentation, Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR, USA.

  • McDermott, J., Sylva, S., Ono, S., German, C., and Seewald, J. (2018). Geochemistry of Fluids from Earth’s Deepest Ridge-crest Hot-springs: Piccard Hydrothermal Vent Field, Mid-Cayman Rise. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 228, 95-118, doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2018.02.021.