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Chemoautotrophic symbiotic relationships

Year: 2014
From collection: Deep Sea Minerals Volume 1A
Author: GRID-Arendal
These relationships are similar to the symbiosis between shallow-water reef corals and their photosynthesizing algae. Like some species of corals, which must be exposed to sunlight to reap the benefits of their algal partners, vent animals must live exposed to hydrothermal vent fluids in order to benefit from their bacterial symbionts.
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Geochemistry of massive sulphides in various tectonic settings
Global distribution of hydrothermal vent fields
Distribution of known SMS occurrences
The road from exploration to exploitation
Location of Pual Ridge and SuSu Knolls as well as SMS deposits in the eastern Manus Basin
Environmental investigation
Basics of a hydrothermal vent - a Black Smoker
Participating Pacific Island States