PSD19.10BG7.2 - Hydrothermal energy transfer and its relation to ocean carbon cycling: from mechanisms and rates to services for marine ecosystems
|Convener: Nadine Le Bris|
/ Wed, 30 Apr, 13:30–14:15
The following posters will be presented:
*Coupled cycling of Fe and organic carbon in submarine hydrothermal systems: Modelling approach.
Louis Legendre, Christopher R. German, Sylvia G. Sander, and Nathalie Niquil
*Dynamic drivers of a shallow-water hydrothermal vent ecogeochemical system (Milos, Eastern Mediterranean)
Mustafa Yücel, Stefan Sievert, Donato Giovanelli, Dionysis Foustoukos, Emelia DeForce, Francois Thomas, Constantino Vetriani, and Nadine Le Bris
*Propidium Monoazide-based Method for Identifying Phylogenetic Association of Necromass Near Hydrothermal Systems
Gustavo Ramírez and Katrina Edwards
*Geochemistry driven trends in microbial diversity and function across a temperature transect of a shallow water hydrothermal system off Milos (Greece)
Solveig I. Bühring, Jan P. Amend, Gonzalo V. Gómez Sáez, Stefan Häusler, Kai-Uwe Hinrichs, Thomas Pichler, Petra Pop Ristova, Roy E. Price, Ioulia Santi, and Miriam Sollich
*Hydrothermal energy transfer and contribution to autotrophic CO2 fixation down sediment core in Central Indian Basin
Anindita Das and LokaBharathi P.A.
*Previously unsuspected dietary habits of hydrothermal vent fauna: the bactivorous shrimp Rimicaris hybisae can be carnivorous or even cannibalistic
Emma Versteegh, Cindy Van Dover, and Max Coleman
*Carbon fluxes from hydrothermal vents off Milos, Aegean Volcanic Arc, and the influence of venting on the surrounding ecosystem.
Paul Dando, Stefano Aliani, Nike Bianchi, Hilary Kennedy, Peter Linke, and Carla Morri