[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] After using the manned submersible Alvin to collect samples of species from the Juan de Fuca Ridge under the northeastern Pacific Ocean, the team discovered 38 deep-sea limpets (Lepetodrilus gordensis) among their specimens.
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JDFR stands for Juan De Fuca Ridge
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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Juan de Fuca Ridge One of the best instrumented sub-seafloor sites, this underwater mountain range gets plenty of nutrients washing off of nearby coasts.
During the four-year subsurface experiment, the research team deployed the first in situ experimental microbial observatory systems below the flank of the Juan de Fuca Ridge, which is located off the coast of Washington (U.
SPECTACULAR," University of "Washington oceanographer Debbie Kelley wrote of the light post in an e-mail after testing the instrument on the Juan de Fuca Ridge offshore Seattle.
The VISIONS '05 research expedition to the underwater volcanoes of the Juan de Fuca Ridge in the northeast Pacific Ocean is led by University of Washington and brings the extreme life forms and geologic activity of the seafloor to viewers on land at a scale and quality never before experienced in real time.
To investigate how such microbes can exist in such extreme conditions, a University of Washington research team sailed to the Juan de Fuca Ridge, a deep-sea mountain chain 290 kilometers (180 miles) off the coast of British Columbia.
In 1983, on a dive in the deep-water submersible, DSRV ALVIN, off the coast of Washington State, she was the first to discover high temperature, volcanic vents at depth on the Juan de Fuca Ridge.
By using an ion microprobe, Christoph Helo, student in McGill's Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, has discovered very high concentrations of CO2 in droplets of magma trapped within crystals recovered from volcanic ash deposits on Axial Volcano on the Juan de Fuca Ridge, off the coast of Oregon.