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Illuminating the Hidden Planet: THE FUTURE OF SEAFLOOR OBSERVATORY SCIENCE References Baker, P., and M. McNutt, comps. 1996. Report of a Workshop. Ashland Hills, Oregon, December 5-7, 1996. The Future of Marine Geology and Geophysics (FUMAGES). Sponsored by the National Science Foundation's Marine Geology and Geophysics and Ocean Drilling Programs, Division of Ocean Sciences. Bermuda Biological Station for Research, Inc. (BBSR). 2000. “BBSR Home Page.” Web page [accessed 28 April 2000]. Available at http://www.bbsr.edu. Cragg, B. A., R. J. Parkes, J. C. Fry, A. J. Weightman, P. A. Rochelle, J. R. Maxwell, M. Kastner, M. Hovland, M. J. Whiticar, and J. C. Sample. 1995. The impact of fluid and gas venting on bacterial populations and processes in sediments from the Cascadia Margin accretionary system (Sites 888-892) and the geochemical consequences. Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results 146(Part 1):399-411. Delaney, J. R., D. S. Kelley, M. D. Lilley, D. A. Butterfield, J. A. Baross, W. S. D. Wilcock, R. W. Embley, and M. Summit. 1998. The quantum event of oceanic crustal accretion: Impacts of diking at mid-ocean ridges. Science 281:222-30. Dewey, D. B. 1974. Large Navigational Buoy Gen-Set Test Program. Diesel and Gas Turbine Progress. November 1974. Duennebier, F. 2000. Electronic mail message from author on May 9 indicated that this figure will be published in a paper by Caplan-Auerbach. Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful Algal Blooms (EcoHAB). 1994. “U.S. National Research Plan for the Study of Harmful Algal Blooms. ” Web page [accessed 28 April 2000]. Available at http://www.redtide.whoi.edu/hab/nationplan/nationplan.html. Frye, D., K. von der Heydt, M. Johnson, A. Maffei, S. Lerner, and B. Butman. 1999. New Technologies for Coastal Observatories. Sea Technology 40(10):29-35.

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