2 edition of Myodocopid Ostracoda of hydrothermal vents in the eastern Pacific Ocean found in the catalog.
Myodocopid Ostracoda of hydrothermal vents in the eastern Pacific Ocean
Kornicker, Louis S.
|Statement||Louis S. Kornicker.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to zoology -- no. 516., Smithsonian contributions to zoology -- no. 516.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .S54 no. 516, QL444.O85 .S54 no. 516|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
What are Hydrothermal Vents? In , scientists made a stunning discovery on the bottom of the Pacific Ocean: vents pouring hot, mineral-rich fluids from beneath the seafloor. Hydrothermal vents play an important part in ocean circulation and regulating the chemistry of ocean waters. They contribute nutrients required by ocean organisms. Microbes found at hydrothermal vents may also be important to the development of medicines and other products.
Hydrothermal vents in the deep ocean typically form along the mid-ocean ridges, such as the East Pacific Rise and the Mid-Atlantic are locations where two tectonic plates are diverging and new crust is being formed.. The water that issues from seafloor hydrothermal vents consists mostly of sea water drawn into the hydrothermal system close to the volcanic edifice through faults and. When most people think of the deep sea around the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands and the Marianas Trench Marine National Monument, they immediately think “the deepest part of the ocean.” And while the Marianas Trench is amazingly cool, there are other equally awesome habitats and within the monument, such as hydrothermal vents.
‘Earth's caves and deep ocean hydrothermal vents sustain rain forest-like biodiversity without the benefit of sunlight.’ ‘One example is the current quest to identify deep-sea hydrothermal vents within the Arctic Ocean.’ ‘It has even been identified in deep-sea hydrothermal vents on the eastern Pacific Ocean . A hydrothermal vent ecosystem forms after a volcanic eruption at the seafloor. One area of hydrothermal vents, called “9 North” because it is located at 9°N on a mid-ocean ridge in the eastern Pacific Ocean, has undergone two periods of eruptions recently, one in and one in
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Komicker, Louis S. Myodocopid Ostracoda of Hydrothermal Vents in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, number46 pages, 25 figures, 2 tables, —Two new species of Ostracoda in the suborder Myodocopina are described and illustrated from hydrothermal vents in the eastern Pacific Ocean at depths of m.
One. Myodocopid Ostracoda of hydrothermal vents in the eastern Pacific Ocean. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Louis S Kornicker.
NH-Invertebrate Zoology. DSpace Repository Myodocopid Ostracoda of Hydrothermal Vents in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Kornicker L S. Myodocopid Ostracoda of hydrothermal vents in the eastern Pacific Ocean[M]//Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology.
Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 被如下文章引用： TITLE: 东山湾底栖介形类一新种(介形纲:壮肢目:海萤超科) AUTHORS: 陈小银,项鹏,陈瑞祥,林景宏,林茂. INTRODUCTION. Since the first discovery of the hydrothermal vents by the submersible Alvin inmuch attention has been paid to the deep-sea chemosynthetic ecosystems.
Hydrothermal vent fields are characterized by high concentrations of dissolved metals, with chemical components mainly consisting of sulfides and/or methane, and are relatively warm compared to surrounding water Cited by: 4.
Myodocopid Ostracoda of hydrothermal vents in the eastern Pacific Ocean. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology Cited by: 1. A monospecific assemblage of myodocopid ostracods has been found in the Middle Devonian of a unique hydrothermal vent system of Hamar Laghdad (eastern Anti-Atlas, southern Morocco), which.
A monospecific assemblage of myodocopid ostracods has been found in the Middle Devonian of a unique hydrothermal vent system of Hamar Laghdad (eastern Anti-Atlas, southern Morocco), which developed over a submarine eruption of basaltic rocks. This fauna has been recovered from a neptunian dyke representing the sediment infill of an Eifelian venting fissure discovered in the central part of Hamar by: ().
Myodocopid Ostracoda of hydrothermal vents in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Natural disturbance and the dynamcis of marine benthic communities. New species of Stygiopontius (Copepoda, Siphonostomatoida) from a deep-sea hydrothermal vent at the East Pacific Rise.
Recently, the first ostracod species from hydrothermal vents in the western Pacific Ocean was described by Tanaka and Yasuhara ().
Regardless of their recent distribution, fossil records of. This paper described Xylocythere sarrazinae sp. nov. (Ostracoda: Cytheroidea: Cytheruridae: Eucytherurinae), collected at m depth from the Grotto hydrothermal edifice (Main Endeavor Field, Juan de Fuca Ridge) in the northeastern Pacific Ocean.
This new species was found living in association with Ridgeia piscesae tubeworm assemblages. It is the second representative of Author: Hayato Tanaka, Yann Lelièvre, Yann Lelièvre, Moriaki Yasuhara.
Revision of the Cypridinacea of the Gulf of Naples (Ostracoda). Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology – Kornicker LS. Myodocopid Ostracoda of hydrothermal vents in the eastern Pacific Ocean. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology – Kornicker LS. Ostracoda (Myodocopina) of the SE Australian Continental Slope, Part 2.
A new species of halocyprid ostracod, Bathyconchoecia liui, from the bathypelagic zone of the Nansha Trough (North-West Borneo Trough, southern South China Sea) is described and is compared with the closely similar species B.
angeli George, The present species is easily distinguished from B. angeli by the structures of the toothed edges of the mandibular basis and coxa.
Species inhabiting deep-sea hydrothermal vents are strongly influenced by the geological setting, as it provides the chemical-rich fluids supporting the food web, creates the patchwork of seafloor habitat, and generates catastrophic disturbances that can eradicate entire communities.
The patches of vent habitat host a network of communities (a metacommunity) connected by dispersal of Cited by: 9. Hydrothermal vents are like hot springs, spewing jets of watery fluids from the seafloor into the ocean. The expelled fluid, if hot enough, is rich in dissolved metals and other chemicals.
Corliss et al. () found that the vent areas in the Galápagos Rift in the equatorial eastern Pacific Ocean are populated by animal communities. The. Although some hydrothermal vents can release water that is far too hot for life, every hydrothermal system features a thermal gradient that spans very hot hydrothermal fluids to cold seawater.
These gradients provide habitats for diverse psychrophilic, mesophilic. A hydrothermal vent is a fissure in the earth’s surface from which geothermally heated water issues.
They are typically found deep below the surface of the ocean. Hydrothermal vents are of interest to microbiologists because they have unique microbial communities found nowhere else on earth. Hydrothermal Vent sites Report from the InterRidge Workshop: Management and Conservation of Hydrothermal Vent Ecosystems Institute of Ocean Sciences, Sidney (Victoria), B.C., Canada 28 – 30 September, Convenors: Paul Dando and S.
Kim Juniper Sponsored by: Fisheries and Oceans Canada InterRidge, Japan Marine Policy Center, Woods Hole, USA. Hydrothermal vents have been found all over the ocean, including regions of the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Southern and Arctic oceans.
The deepest vent located so far is in the Cayman Trough, which is the deepest point in the Caribbean Sea. The trough is located along the boundary between the North American Plate and the Caribbean Plate.
Kornicker, L. () Myodocopid Ostracoda of hydrothermal vents in the eastern Pacific Ocean. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, 46pp. Krantz, G.W. () A new species of Copidognathus Trouessart (Acari: Actinedida: Halacaridae) from the Galapagos Rift. Submarine lava flow emplacement at the East Pacific Rise 9°N: Implications for uppermost ocean crust stratigraphy and hydrothermal fluid circulation.
Pp. – in Mid-Ocean Ridges: Hydrothermal Interactions Between the Lithosphere and Oceans. C.R. German, J. Lin, and L.M. Parson, eds, Geophysical Monograph Series, vol.American Cited by: Vents have been found at depths down to 3 miles (almost meters) underwater, and with temperatures up to deg C (more than deg F) See when vents were first discovered in the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Arctic, and Southern Ocean; Most deep-sea hydrothermal vents occur along plate boundaries.Deep hydrothermal vents are located in areas with high tectonic activity, including the edges of tectonic plates, undersea mountain ranges and seamounts, and mid-ocean ridges.
The water escaping from deep hydrothermal vents may be clear-ish and have low concentrations of minerals or it may be white or black and be characterized by high.