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Discovered in the deep: the hairy-chested Hoff crab

The Observer 15 Aug 2022
scorching hydrothermal vents, also known as black smokers ... Much of what is known about these unusual crabs comes from video beamed up from remotely operated underwater vehicles exploring hydrothermal vent fields ... The low oxygen around hydrothermal vents could put yeti and Hoff crabs at particular risk of the climate crisis.
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Caldera chronicles: Mineral fingerprints identify Yellowstone Lake hydrothermal explosions

Victoria Advocate 12 Aug 2022
... large (greater than 100 meters, or 330 feet in diameter) hydrothermal explosion craters, dozens of hydrothermal domes and hundreds of active and currently inactive hot spring vents on the lake floor ... Two main types of hydrothermal vent fluids are known in Yellowstone Lake.
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Sediment clues reveal Yellowstone Lake experienced hydrothermal explosions over last 13,000 years

Longview News-Journal 10 Aug 2022
This results in extremely active lake-bottom hydrothermal areas with very high heat flow values, multiple large (more than 330 feet in diameter) hydrothermal explosion craters, dozens of hydrothermal domes and hundreds of active and inactive hot spring vents on the lake floor ... Two main types of hydrothermal vent fluids are known in Yellowstone Lake.
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Deep-sea mining talks end with no agreement on environmental rules

The Observer 10 Aug 2022
Three weeks of discussions on the “two-year rule” at the council headquarters of the International Seabed Authority (ISA) – the UN body that oversees mining in international waters – ended in stalemate on 4 August ... Show ... Underwater ecosystems such as volcanic mountains, hydrothermal vents and deep-sea trenches are still poorly understood ... Read more ... .
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Slog PM: Dick's Fries May Taste a Lil' Different, GameStop Reopens Downtown, Alex Jones Is Fucked

The Stranger 04 Aug 2022
The Stranger's evening news roundup. by Jas Keimig ... Now the Jan 6 Committee wants a slice ... War—it's what's for dinner! I wanna date her.  But she lives several miles deep in the ocean next to "searing hydrothermal vents, which are bathed in toxic chemicals and can reach temperatures of more than 300C (572F)" so it'll never work out .\.
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Slog PM: Dick's Fries May Taste a Lil' Different, GameWorks Reopens Downtown, Alex Jones Is Fucked

The Stranger 04 Aug 2022
The Stranger's evening news roundup. by Jas Keimig ... Now the Jan 6 Committee wants a slice ... War—it's what's for dinner! I wanna date her.  But she lives several miles deep in the ocean next to "searing hydrothermal vents, which are bathed in toxic chemicals and can reach temperatures of more than 300C (572F)" so it'll never work out .\.
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Discovered in the deep: the snail with iron armour

The Observer 03 Aug 2022
They live several miles below the ocean surface on searing hydrothermal vents, which are bathed in toxic chemicals and can reach temperatures of more than 300C (572F).Q&AWhat is the Discovered in the deep series? ... Most of the other species live on hydrothermal vents out in the ...
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Documentary: Deep Sea Ocean Hydrothermal Vents Cold Seeps Chemosynthetic Life

Bitchute 29 Jul 2022
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‘They look almost human made.’ NOAA finds weird lines of holes in mid-Atlantic floor

Union Leader 27 Jul 2022
“What about gas methane?” Eduardo Pogorelsky said ... “Hydrothermal vents may form where magma provides heat as it rises to the seafloor. These vents are known to support diverse chemosynthetic communities. However, little is known about life at these sites once vents go extinct, or what life lies beyond the vents, further away from the rift zone.” ... ....
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Strange lines of holes punched into Atlantic Ocean floor found by scientists

Michigan Live 27 Jul 2022
By Mark Price, The Charlotte Observer (TNS) ... “Hydrothermal vents may form where magma provides heat as it rises to the seafloor. These vents are known to support diverse chemosynthetic communities. However, little is known about life at these sites once vents go extinct, or what life lies beyond the vents, further away from the rift zone.”. ——— ... ....
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Concerns over transparency and access abound at deep-sea mining negotiations

Mongabay 27 Jul 2022
mining the seabed for coveted minerals like manganese, nickel, copper, cobalt and zinc ... Very little is actually known about the deep ocean, yet countries and corporations have set their sights on exploiting three deep-sea environments — abyssal plains, seamounts, and hydrothermal vents.
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From sea worms to undersea gas pipes: What could be behind mysterious holes punched 1.7 ...

The Daily Mail 27 Jul 2022
Spectacular hydrothermal vents may form where magma provides heat as it rises to the seafloor. These vents are known to support diverse chemosynthetic communities. However, little is known about life at these sites once vents go extinct, or what life lies beyond the vents, further away from the rift zone.
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'They look almost human made.' NOAA finds weird lines of holes in mid-Atlantic floor

Phys Dot Org 26 Jul 2022
"What about gas methane?" Eduardo Pogorelsky said ... "Hydrothermal vents may form where magma provides heat as it rises to the seafloor. These vents are known to support diverse chemosynthetic communities. However, little is known about life at these sites once vents go extinct, or what life lies beyond the vents, further away from the rift zone." ... ....

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