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1997). , 1997). As on the EPR, most of these time-series studies are based on discrete annual or sub-annual observations, not on continuous temporal monitoring. , 1989; Embley and Chadwick, 1994).

7. West Antarctic Peninsula A final ‘bathyal’ site of interest is located on the West Antarctic Peninsula continental shelf; we classify it bathyal owing to the greater depth of the Antarctic shelf (500–1000 m) caused by the ice-loading of the Antarctic Temporal Change in Deep-Sea Ecosystems 25 continent. The region to the west of the US Palmer Station is targeted as a Long-Term Ecosystem Research site (the LTER programme, funded by the US National Science Foundation) and has been subject to 12 years of upper-ocean monitoring (C.

The extensive population of T. jerichonana had collapsed and was replaced by small clumps of R. pachyptila. Active chimneys up to 5 m high developed and were colonised by large alvinellid populations dominated by Alvinella pompejana. During the following decade, no major large-scale changes occurred and the site was stable. 9 N: This site comprises multiple black smokers and low-temperature vents within an axial valley, and is the site of a long-tem monitoring transect (the BioGeoTransect) established after the April 1991 eruption.

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