Approved Abstracts

Abstract ID Last Namesort descending First Name Abstract Title
CBE5-170 Amon Diva Wood and bone colonisation experiments from the Southwest Indian Ocean Ridge
CBE5-171 Amon Diva Seeing in the dark: Using micro computed-tomography to explore the ecosystem function of the wood-boring genus, Xylophaga
CBE5-141 Beaulieu Stace Abundance, diversity, and behavior of larvae collected near southern Mariana back-arc vents
CBE5-140 Beinart Roxanne Linking bacterial symbiont physiology to the ecology of hydrothermal vent symbioses
CBE5-184 Bettencourt Raul The mussel Bathymodiolus azoricus as a model to study inflammation and innate immune responses in deep-sea vent animals
CBE5-189 Boetius Antje Limits to microbial methane consumption: Budgets and dynamics of methane emission and turnover at cold seep ecosystems
CBE5-167 Brooke Sandra Recent Discovery of Cold Seep Communities near Baltimore and Norfolk canyons off the US Middle Atlantic Coast
CBE5-178 Cunha Marina R. Biodiversity of mud volcanoes along deep-reaching transform faults in the SW Iberian Margin (NE Atlantic)
CBE5-194 Cuvelier Daphne Ecological analyses of temporal dynamics at a deep-sea hydrothermal vent ecosystem in the North-East Pacific as observed through the NEPTUNE observatory
CBE5-155 Danise Silvia Molluscs from a shallow-water whale-fall and their affinities with adjacent benthic communities on the Swedish west coast
CBE5-128 Dattagupta Sharmishtha Recent insights on amphipod ectosymbioses in terrestrial chemoautotrophic caves
CBE5-128 Dattagupta Sharmishtha Recent insights on amphipod ectosymbioses in terrestrial chemoautotrophic caves
CBE5-157 Decker Carole Vesicomyid species variations in symbiosis physiology along an environmental gradient at the Congo-Angola margin
CBE5-198 Decker Carole Globin diversity in five vesicomyid bivalve species from reduced environment of the Gulf of Guinea
CBE5-116 Demina Ludmila Some Properties of the Trace Metal Biogeochemistry in the Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Ecosystems at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (MAR) and East Pacific Rise (EPR)

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