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2019
Levin L.A, Bett B.J, Gates A.R, Heimbach P., Howe B.M, Janssen F., McCurdy A., Ruhl H.A, Snelgrove P., Stocks K.I et al..  2019.  Global observing needs in the deep ocean. 6
Peoples L.M, Grammatopoulou E., Pombrol M., Xu X.X, Osuntokun O., Blanton J., Allen EE, Nunnally C.C, Drazen J.C, Mayor D.J et al..  2019.  Microbial community diversity within sediments from two geographically separated hadal trenches. Frontiers in Microbiology. 10
2018
Peoples L.M, Donaldson S., Osuntokun O., Xia Q., Nelson A., Blanton J., Allen EE, Church M.J, Bartlett DH.  2018.  Vertically distinct microbial communities in the Mariana and Kermadec trenches. Plos One. 13
2017
Lan Y., Sun J., Tian R.M, Bartlett DH, Li R.S, Wong Y.H, Zhang W.P, Qiu J.W, Xu T., He L.S et al..  2017.  Molecular adaptation in the world's deepest-living animal: Insights from transcriptome sequencing of the hadal amphipod Hirondellea gigas. Molecular Ecology. 26:3732-3743.
2016
Lan Y., Sun J., Bartlett DH, Rouse GW, Tabata H.G, Qian PY.  2016.  The deepest mitochondrial genome sequenced from Mariana Trench Hirondellea gigas (Amphipoda). Mitochondrial DNA Part B-Resources. 1:802-803.
2015
Gallo N.D, Cameron J., Hardy K., Fryer P., Bartlett DH, Levin L.A.  2015.  Submersible- and lander-observed community patterns in the Mariana and New Britain trenches: Influence of productivity and depth on epibenthic and scavenging communities. Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers. 99:119-133.