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Results: January 1996 to April 2014 > No. 2, 1998

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December 1, 1998

Hitting the Hotspots

New Studies Reveal Critical Interactions Between Hotspots and Mid-Ocean Ridges

December 1, 1998

The Big MELT

The Mantle Electromagnetic and Tomography Experiment was the Largest Seafloor Geophysical Experiment Ever Mounted

December 1, 1998

How to Build a Black Smoker Chimney

The formation of mineral deposits at mid-ocean ridges

December 1, 1998

The Cauldron Beneath the Seafloor

Percolating Through Volcanic Subsurface Rocks, Seawater is Chemically Transformed into Hydrothermal Fluid

December 1, 1998

ALISS in Wonderland

Imaging ambient light at deep-sea hydrothermal vents

December 1, 1998

Life on the Seafloor and Elsewhere in the Solar System

If Volcanoes Plus Oceans Can Support Life at the Vents, Why Not on Other Planetary Bodies?

December 1, 1998

Deep-Sea Diaspora

The LARVE Project Explores How Species Migrate from Vent to Vent

December 1, 1998

"Nothing Could Diminish the Excitement Of Seeing the Animals for the First Time"

Biologists' First Look at Vent Communities—Galápagos Rift, 1979

January 1, 1998

A Current Affair

A New Seafloor Technique Measures Electrical Conductivity Deep Within the Earth

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