IRTI Abstracts


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Wolfgang Bach
Geochemical diversity of hydrothermal systems: Thermodynamic constraints on biology

Mairi Best
Continuous long-term observation of vent ecosystems and biogeochemical interactions using NEPTUNE Canada

Nicole Dubilier
Chemosymbiosis: animal – microbe – environment interactions

Katrina J. Edwards
Minerals, Plumes, and Microbial Interactions

Chris German
Large scale export of vent derived chemical tracers

Nadine Le Bris
Vent fauna habitats: chemical and biological controls

George W. Luther, III
Insights on habitat chemistry from in situ voltammetry

Lauren S. Mullineaux
Abiotic and biotic influences on colonization processes

Florence Pradillon
Strategies of adaptation to an extreme environment: the case of Alvinella pompejana

Daniel Prieur
Do all biogeochemical cycles work at elevated temperatures that exist at deep-sea hydrothermal vents?

Timothy M. Shank
Succession: ecological processes structuring vent communities over time

Stefan Sievert
Who is driving the system? Microbial sulfur metabolism and autotrophic carbon-fixation at vents

Ken Takai
Diversity of chemolithoautotrophs associated with hot hydrothermal fluid chemistry

Margaret Tivey
Geochemical modeling of vent fluid-seawater interactions

Karen Von Damm
Composition and variability of hydrothermal fluid sources


Karen Bemis
Implications of lazy plumes for entrainment of vent larvae into seafloor hydrothermal vents

Sarah Bennett
Iron isotope fractionation in a seafloor hydrothermal system: Variations in end-member vent fluids and changes throughout the buoyant plume

**Sarah Bennett - Flash Communication**
Deep-sea hydrothermal plumes: an important source of stabilised dissolved iron to the oceans

Raul Bettencourt
Out of the deep-sea to a land-based aquarium setting: investigating acclimatization processes in the hydrothermal vent mussel Bathymodiolus azoricus

Cedric Boulart
Development of a new in-situ methane sensor for deep-sea studies

Catherine Boyen
Marine genomics at the European and international levels: achievements and future directions

**Clara Chan - Flash Communication**
Organic-mineral stalk formation by the marine iron-oxidizing bacterium Mariprofundus ferrooxydans

Katharine Coykendall
Investigation of gene flow and migration across the global range of Riftia pachyptila using six molecular markers

**Melitza Crespo-Medina - Flash Communication**
Isolation and partial characterization of aerobic chemosynthetic thiosulfate oxidizing bacteria from diffuse flow hydrothermal vents from the East Pacific Rise

Ramaydalis Cruz
Diversity of alkane oxidizing bacteria and alkane hydroxylase genes in deep-sea hydrothermal vents

Daphne Cuvelier
Distribution of faunal assemblages on the Eiffel Tower hydrothermal structure (Lucky Strike) based on image analyses – An onset for a temporal evolution study

**Gregory Dick - Flash Communication**
Microbial Biogeochemistry of the Guaymas Basin Hydrothermal Plume

Abigail Fusaro
Development and application of microsatellite markers for spatiotemporal population genetic analysis of Riftia pachyptila

Stéphane Hourdez
Adaptations to chronic hypoxia in deep-sea hydrothermal vents invertebrates

Michael Hügler
Beyond the Calvin cycle: Alternative pathways for autotrophic CO2 fixation at deep-sea hydrothermal vents

Eniko Kadar
Bacteria-mediated Metal Deposition within the Byssal Threads of the Deep-sea Hydrothermal Mussel Bathymodiolus azoricus

Shingo Kato
Microbial community in the subseafloor around the hydrothermal system at the southern Mariana trough

Cécile Konn
Organic geochemistry of fluids from 4 ultramafic-hosted hydrothermal systems of the Mid Atlantic Ridge

François H. Lallier
Tissue-specific expression of different carbonic anhydrases in the chemoautotrophic symbiosis Riftia pachyptila

 **Susan Lang - Flash Communication**
Organic Geochemistry of Lost City Hydrothermal Fluids

Marvin Lilley
Chloride Variability Measured in High Temperature Hydrothermal Fluids with an in situ Sensor

Minhui Lin
Dominance of One Archaeal Phylotype at a Newly Activated Juan de Fuca Hydrothermal Vent Site

**Shufen Ma - Flash Communication**
Using Voltammetric Au/Hg Microelectrodes for the In Situ Characterization of Habitat Chemistry at the East Lau Spreading Center

Irene Martins
Using DEB models to estimate the relative contribution of endosymbiosis and filter-feeding to the nutrition of different Bathymodiolus azoricus size-classes

Jill McDermott
Evidence for possible re-dissolution of subsurface deposits in hydrothermal fluids from 9°50’N EPR

Maria Meana-Prado
Evaluating the Potential Influence of Magmatic Degassing on Magma Ascent Models: 9°46’-9°52’N East Pacific Rise

Katherine M. Mullaugh
In Situ Detection of Thiosulfate at the East Lau Spreading Center: a Possible Product of Sulfide Detoxification

Heather Nees
Preliminary Chemical Data Analysis at 9°North East Pacific Rise, Pre- & Post-Eruption 2004-2007

Takuro Nunoura
Microbial diversity of hydrothermal environments in the Yonguni Knoll IV: comparison between in situ temperature, geochemistry and microbial diversity in hydrothermal fluids and sediments

Don Nuzzio
AIS Micro Observatory ™ DLK-I, A New Instrument For Understanding the Physiochemical Environment

Ileana Pérez
Physiology and ecology of anaerobic chemosynthetic, nitrate-reducing bacteria in the deep-sea hydrothermal vents

**Jillian Petersen - Flash Communication**
Hydrogen is an energy source for endosymbiotic bacteria of hydrothermal vent mussels

Elizabeth Podowski
Site-specific variation of biological communities along the Eastern Lau Spreading Center (ELSC)

Joana Projecto-Garcia
Evolution of respiratory adaptations in hydrothermal vent scale worms(Polynoidae)

Kyle Reynolds
Reproduction in hydrothermal vent molluscs from Lau Basin

Céline Rommevaux-Jestin
In situ geomicrobiological experiment at MoMAR site: chemical and structural imaging of microbial/mineral interactions

Regina Schauer
Characterization of chemosynthetic microbial communities in warm, white covered sediments at the Logatchev hydrothermal vent field

Caroline Schmidt
Geochemical energy sources for microbial primary production in the environment of hydrothermal vent shrimps

Katz Suzuki
Direct determination of hydrogen, methane and carbon dioxide gases in solutions using gas chromatography equipped with gas-liquid separation tube

Yuichiro Ueno
Quadruple sulfur isotope analysis (32S/33S/34S/36S) of the deep-sea Iheya North hydrothermal field, mid Okinawa Trough back arc basin

Gabriela Vega
Health and reproductive ecology of Bathymodiolus brevior from hydrothermal vent communities of the Lau Basin

Helene Ver Eecke
Hyperthermophile Abundances and Metabolic Diversity in Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Sulfide Deposits from the Endeavour Segment, Northeastern Pacific Ocean

Masahiro Yamamoto
Enzymatic Characterization of Thiosulfate Oxidation in Epsilon-Proteobacteria Isolated from Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Field

Kyoko Yamaoka
Thermal stabilities of amino acids in siliceous ooze under alkaline hydrothermal conditions

Magali Zbinden
Distribution of bacteria and associated minerals in the gill chamber of the vent shrimp Rimicaris exoculata and related biogeochemical processes

Weidong Zhao
Distribution of ammonia-oxidizing archaea in Kamchatka hot springs

Huaiyang Zhou
Biomineralization of Iron and Silica in Edmond Hydrothermal Chimney, India Ocean

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