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Supersequence and composite sequence carbonate platform growth: Permian and Triassic outcrop data of the Arabian platform and Neo-Tethys
This dataset is a compilation of all available multibeam and single-beam sonar bathymetry in the Eastern Samoa Volcanic Province (ESVP) as of November 20, 2007. Bathymetric datasets were compiled and gridded using the software package MB-System. Cell resolution is 200 meters.
Seamounts and vents map citation: Kitchingman and Lai 2004, Ramirez-Llodra and Baker 2006. Map data source: Kitchingman, A. and S. Lai. 2004. âInferences on potential seamount locations from mid-resolution bathymetric data.â In: Morato T, Pauly D (eds) Seamounts: Biodiversity and Fisheries. Fisheries Centre, University of British Colombia, Vancouver, Canada, pp 7-12 Ramirez-Llodra, E. and M.C. Baker. 2006. Data on the location of hydrothermal vents. Biogeography of Chemosynthetic Ecosystems (ChEss) Project (www.noc.soton.ac.uk/chess). Map Technical Notes Locations of seamounts are from (Kitchingman and Lai 2004) and were developed from a global GIS based analysis, which identifies a total of 14,000 seamounts....
Ecology and life history traits of the benthopelagic mysid Boreomysis oparva from the eastern Tropical Pacific oxygen minimum zone
Recent investigations of demersal fish communities in deep (less than 50 m) rugged habitats have considerably increased our knowledge of the factors that influence the assemblage structure of fishes across mesophotic to deep-sea depths. Although habitat types influence deepwater fish distribution, whether different rugged seafloor features provide functionally equivalent habitat for fishes is poorly understood. In the northeastern Caribbean, numerous rugged seafloor features (e.g., seamounts, banks, canyons) punctuate insular margins, and thus create a remarkable setting in which to examine demersal fish communities across various seafloor features. Also in this region, several water masses are vertically layered...
72 Ma geochemical evolution of the Madeira hotspot (eastern North Atlantic): recycling of Paleozoic ( less than or equal to 500 Ma) oceanic lithosphere