Publications

InterRidge Biweekly News Archive 2012

Below are copies of the biweekly e-news that were sent out to the interridge-mail list in 2012. The most recent e-news is listed first, at the top.

 InterRidge Email 23/2012 (6 Dec 2012)

InterRidge Biweekly News Archive 2011

Below are copies of the biweekly e-news that were sent out to the interridge-mail list in 2011. The most recent e-news is listed first, at the top.

InterRidge Email  #24/2011 (15 December 2011)

InterRidge News 2010 available online

The InterRidge Office is pleased to announce that the InterRidge News, Volume 19, 2010, is now available from our website: http://www.interridge.org/IRNewsletter.


This year's issue features the drawings of Karen Jacobsen, as well as research articles, cruise reports, updates from working groups, member nations, upcoming cruises and events. There are also details on outreach activities - student fellowships and cruise travel bursaries.

InterRidge Biweekly E-News Archive 2010

 

 

Below are copies of the biweekly e-news that were sent out to the interridge-mail list in 2010. The most recent e-news is listed first, at the top.

 

InterRidge Email #25/2010 (Dec 16th, 2010)

 

InterRidge Newsletter 2009

 

IR_newsletter_2009_front_page_thumb The InterRidge Office is pleased to announce that InterRidge News, Vol. 18, 2009, is now available on our website at: http://www.interridge.org/IRNewsletter This year's issue features research articles on oceanic core complexes and hydrothermal vents on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, provides updates from working groups, member nations and InterRidge Fellows, and lists upcoming cruises and events.

 

New themed volume of G3 on slow-spreading ridges

Submissions are encouraged for a new themed volume of G-cubed (G3): “Life, energy and material cycles at slow-spreading ridges" (Theme Editors: Colin Devey, Nicole Dubilier, Jian Lin, Nadine Le Bris and Doug Connelly). Visit the G3 theme: http://www.agu.org/journals/gc/themes.shtml?collectionCode=MANTLE1&journ...

Photographic identification guide to larvae at hydrothermal vents

We would like to announce the publication of a “Photographic Identification Guide to Larvae at Hydrothermal Vents,” available online at: http://www.whoi.edu/vent-larval-id/, as a PDF (click for high resolution 30 MB, or low resolution 3 MB), or by request as a hard copy. The purpose of the guide is to assist researchers in the identification of larvae of benthic invertebrates at hydrothermal vents.

InterRidge Biweekly E-News Archive 2009

Below are copies of the biweekly e-news that were sent out to the interridge-mail list in 2009. The most recent e-news is listed first, at the top.

Scientific questions and recommendations from the InterRidge Seafloor Mineralization Working Group

The InterRidge Working Group on Seafloor Mineralization (SMWG) has developed three groups of questions and recommendations to advance the scientific knowledge of seafloor massive sulfide (SMS) deposits:
What are the spatial controls on hydrothermal activity and SMS deposition?
What are the timescales for the evolution of SMS deposits?
What are the changes in biological communities that occur during the evolution of an SMS deposit?
Recommendations range from developing a list of criteria to quantify the extent of activity at a hydrothermal vent site, to using cutting‐edge technology to locate and characterize inactive deposits, to encouraging biological studies of inactive and extinct SMS deposits.
PDF file: InterRidge Seafloor Mineralization Working Group - 2009 Meeting Report