Approved Abstracts

Abstract ID Last Name First Name Abstract Titlesort descending
CBE5-125 Girguis Peter Who’s running this show?: A physiologist’s perspective on how host-symbiont interactions and physiology influence vent ecosystem ecology.
CBE5-143 Katz Sigrid "Dissolving" a hard problem: Osedax’s way of bone penetration
CBE5-188 Fujiwara Yoshihiro A detailed observation of a whale carcass deployed in Sagami Bay, Japan
CBE5-133 Doya Le Besnerais Carolina A diel and seasonal deep-sea faunal monitoring by crawler within the Barkley canyon (NEPTUNE-Canada)
CBE5-114 Tasiemski Aurélie A peptide antibiotic from the Abyss
CBE5-101 Gaudron Sylvie Marylène A reflection on reproductive adaptation to ephemeral and deep-sea habitats in symbiotic bivalve’s species
CBE5-132 Klose Julia A symbiotic and free-living lifestyle: release of the deep-sea tubeworm symbiont Candidatus Endoriftia persephone in Riftia pachyptila
CBE5-156 Le Bris Nadine Abiotic controls on chemoautotrophic primary producer succession at deep-sea hydrothermal vent inferred from in situ chemical monitoring
CBE5-141 Beaulieu Stace Abundance, diversity, and behavior of larvae collected near southern Mariana back-arc vents
CBE5-139 Mullineaux Lauren Active Positioning of Vent Larvae at a Mid-Ocean Ridge
CBE5-174 LaBella Abigail Advantages of next-generation multi-locus sequence data in assessing connectivity between deep-sea chemosynthetic habitats
CBE5-124 Sievert Stefan AN INTERDISCIPLINARY AND MULTINATIONAL PROGRAM TO STUDY MICROBIAL ENERGY TRANSFER AND CHEMOSYNTHETIC CARBON FIXATION AT DEEP-SEA VENTS
CBE5-160 Thubaut Justine Bathymodioline mussels of the Mediterranean Sea: connectivity among chemosynthetic habitats
CBE5-178 Cunha Marina R. Biodiversity of mud volcanoes along deep-reaching transform faults in the SW Iberian Margin (NE Atlantic)
CBE5-119 Gebruk Andrey Biological peculiarities of hydrothermal vent areas in the MAR sector claimed by Russian Federation for sulphide exploration

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