SS2.11 The Newest Generation of Deep Sea Exploration

Session Organizer(s):
Stephen, R. Hammond
NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration
stephen.r.hammond@noaa.gov

Margot, Bohan
NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration
margot.bohan@noaa.gov

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Date: Friday, February 20, 2004

Location: 323 C

8:30 AM
Hammond, S R THE NEWEST GENERATION OF DEEP SEA EXPLORATION

8:45 AM
Keener-Chavis, P ENHANCING ENVIRONMENTAL LITERACY THROUGH NOAA OCEAN EXPLORATION

9:00 AM
Fisher, C R ; Cordes, E E ; Predmore, B L ; Redding, M L ; Hourdez, S M ; Carney, R S ; Young, C M EXPLORATION, BIOGEOGRAPHY AND BIODIVERSITY OF COLD SEEP FAUNA IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

9:15 AM
Ruppel, C ; Hornbach, M J ; Holbrook, W S ; Van Dover, C L OCEAN EXPLORATION OF GAS HYDRATE-RELATED ECOSYSTEMS ON THE BLAKE RIDGE: PHYSICAL PREDICTORS FOR BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS

9:30 AM
Carney, R S EXPLORING WITH THE VALJEUX EXPERIMENT: PROOF OF METHOD AND INITIAL LARGE-SCALE DEPLOYMENT OF SEEP-SIMULATING SULFIDE BIOGENERATORS

10:15 AM
Shank, T M ; Reysenbach, A L EMERGING GEOBIOLOGICAL PATTERNS OF FAUNAL EVOLUTION AND MICROBIAL DIVERSITY IN DEEP-SEA CHEMOSYNTHETIC ECOSYSTEMS: WHERE TO NEXT?

10:30 AM
Widder, E A ; Robison, B H EYE-IN-THE-SEA: A DEEP SEA OBSERVATORY FOR UNOBTRUSIVE OBSERVATIONS OF ANIMAL BEHAVIOR

10:45 AM
Vecchione, M ; Wilson, R R ; Gebruk, A IN-SITU OBSERVATIONS ON NEKTON AND EPIBENTHIC MEGAFAUNA OF THE CHARLIE GIBBS FRACTURE ZONE, MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE.

11:00 AM
Raskoff, K A ; Hopcroft, R R ; Purcell, J E ; Youngbluth, M J GELATINOUS ZOOPLANKTON OF THE ARCTIC OCEAN: IN SITU ROV OBSERVATIONS UNDER THE ICE

11:15 AM
Robison, B H ; Reisenbichler, K R ; Sherlock, R E ; Osborn, K J EXPLORING THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA: THE INFLUENCE OF THE OXYGEN MINIMUM LAYER ON MIDWATER ECOLOGY

11:30 AM
Sutton, T T TROPHIC ECOLOGY OF THE DEEP-SEA FISH MALACOSTEUS NIGER: AN ENIGMATIC FEEDING STRATEGY SUPPLIES CHLOROPHYLL FOR VISION?

11:45 AM
Baguley, J G ; Montagna, P A PHYSICAL-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS CONTROLLING MEIOFAUNA STANDING STOCKS IN THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO DEEP SEA

Date: T,W,Th, February 17-19, 2004

Location: Kamehameha Hall III

11:45 AM
Do Carmo, D A ; Meireles, R P ; Suarez, P S SIZE VARIATION OF VESTIBULE IN KRITHE GNOMA: CORRELATION OF PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND POTENTIAL TO PALEOCEANOGRAPHIC ANALYSES

11:45 AM
Blankenship, L E ; Yayanos, A A BIODIVIERSITY IN THE HADAL ZONE: IMPLICATIONS FROM AN AMPHIPOD DIET ANALYSIS

11:45 AM
Van Dover, C L ; Gilhooly, W ; Heyl, T ; Mills, A ; Ruppel, C EXPLORATION OF THE BLAKE RIDGE DIAPIR: RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN VESICOMYID CLAM POPULATIONS AND SEDIMENT-POREWATER PARAMETERS

11:45 AM
Mills, H J ; Martinez, R J ; Story, S ; Sobecky, P A IDENTIFICATION OF METABOLICALLY ACTIVE MICROBIAL POPULATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH BEGGIATOA SP. MAT COMMUNITIES FROM GULF OF MEXICO COLD SEEP SEDIMENTS

11:45 AM
Martinez, R J ; Mills, H J ; Sobecky, P A MOLECULAR DIVERSITY AND METABOLICALLY ACTIVE MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES OF A MUD VOLCANO SITE IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

11:45 AM
Jakuba, M V ; Yoerger, D R HYDROTHERMAL PLUME DETECTION WITH AN AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLE

 
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