By Michael P. Lesser
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Although not all vent and seep animals rely on chemosynthesis directly, it has long been recognised that the communities are highly dependent on the ephemeral nature of chemical fluid venting (Van Dover, 2000). In theory, the creation and cessation of vents over time should have drastic consequences for the associated communities and their successional processes. , 1979). , 1988). The first hypotheses were based around an ordered succession from initial colonisation by opportunistic tubeworms, followed by clams and finally mussels.
1997). , 1997). As on the EPR, most of these time-series studies are based on discrete annual or sub-annual observations, not on continuous temporal monitoring. , 1989; Embley and Chadwick, 1994).
G. Glover et al. , 1997). , 1997). As on the EPR, most of these time-series studies are based on discrete annual or sub-annual observations, not on continuous temporal monitoring. , 1989; Embley and Chadwick, 1994).
Advances in Marine Biology, Vol. 58 by Michael P. Lesser