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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
Ashford O.S, Kenny A.J, Frojan C, Downie A.L, Horton T., Rogers A.D.  2019.  On the influence of vulnerable marine ecosystem habitats on peracarid crustacean assemblages in the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organisation regulatory area. 6
2018
Vargas J.A, Hilton DR, Ramirez C, Molina J..  2018.  Metals in bivalve mollusks from the Jaco Scar seep, Pacific, Costa Rica. Revista De Biologia Tropical. 66:S269-S279.
McCowin M.F, Rouse GW.  2018.  A new Lamellibrachia species and confirmed range extension for Lamellibrachia barhami (Siboglinidae, Annelida) from Costa Rica methane seeps. Zootaxa. 4504:1-22.
Ashford O.S, Kenny A.J, Frojan C, Bonsall M.B, Horton T., Brandt A., Bird G.J, Gerken S., Rogers A.D.  2018.  Phylogenetic and functional evidence suggests that deep-ocean ecosystems are highly sensitive to environmental change and direct human disturbance. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 285
2017
Kusube M., Kyaw T.S, Tanikawa K., Chastain R.A, Hardy K.M, Cameron J., Bartlett DH.  2017.  Colwellia marinimaniae sp nov., a hyperpiezophilic species isolated from an amphipod within the Challenger Deep, Mariana Trench. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 67:824-831.
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
Watson C., Carvajal J.I, Sergeeva N.G, Pleijel F, Rouse GW.  2016.  Free-living calamyzin chrysopetalids (Annelida) from methane seeps, anoxic basins, and whale falls. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 177:700-719.
2013
Brinton E., Townsend A.W, Knight M.D, Ohman MD.  2013.  Development of thysanopoda egregia (euphausiacea) furciliae and early juvenile. Journal of Crustacean Biology. 33:244-252.
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