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Ecology of Mid-Atlantic Ridge hydrothermal vents

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Van Dover, CL
Published in: Hydrothermal vents and processes
January 1, 1995

The fauna of Atlantic vents consists for the most part of a subset of invertebrate types found elsewhere in chemosynthetic ecosystems, with taxonomic differentiation usually at the species or genus level. Despite this similarity in taxonomic composition, the ecology of Atlantic vents differs from the ecology of Pacific vents in ways that highlight aspects of biogeography, trophic ecology and sensory adaptations. -from Author

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Hydrothermal vents and processes

Publication Date

January 1, 1995

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257 / 294
 

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Van Dover, C. L. (1995). Ecology of Mid-Atlantic Ridge hydrothermal vents. Hydrothermal Vents and Processes, 257–294.
Van Dover, C. L. “Ecology of Mid-Atlantic Ridge hydrothermal vents.” Hydrothermal Vents and Processes, January 1, 1995, 257–94.
Van Dover CL. Ecology of Mid-Atlantic Ridge hydrothermal vents. Hydrothermal vents and processes. 1995 Jan 1;257–94.
Van Dover, C. L. “Ecology of Mid-Atlantic Ridge hydrothermal vents.” Hydrothermal Vents and Processes, Jan. 1995, pp. 257–94.
Van Dover CL. Ecology of Mid-Atlantic Ridge hydrothermal vents. Hydrothermal vents and processes. 1995 Jan 1;257–294.

Published In

Hydrothermal vents and processes

Publication Date

January 1, 1995

Start / End Page

257 / 294