Other Resources and Links

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Davies, A. J., G. C. A. Duineveld, M. S. S. Lavaleye, M. J. N. Bergman, H. van Haren, and J. M. Roberts, 2009. Downwelling and deep-water bottom currents as food supply mechanisms to the cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa (Scleractinia) at the Mingulay Reef complex. Limnol. Oceanogr. 54(2):620-629.

De Leo, F. C., C. R. Smith, A. A. Rowden, D. A. Bowden, and M. R. Clark. 2010. Submarine canyons: hotspots of benthic biomass and productivity in the deep sea. Proc. Biol. Sci. 277(1695):2783-2792.

Hecker, B. and G. Blechschmidt. 1979. Final Historical Coral Report for the Canyon Assessment Study in the Mid- and North-Atlantic Areas of the U.S. Outer Continental Shelf. Manuscript report prepared for U.S . Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management. Washington, DC; available online at http://www.gomr.mms.gov/PI/PDFImages/ESPIS/4/4487.pdf

Hecker, B. and G. Blechschmidt, and P. Gibson. 1980. Epifaunal Zonation and Community Structure in Three Mid- and North Atlantic Canyons. Final Report for the Canyon Assessment Study in the Mid- and North-Atlantic Areas of the U.S. Outer Continental Shelf. Manuscript report prepared for U. S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management. Washington, DC; available online at http://www.gomr.mms.gov/PI/PDFImages/ESPIS/4/4436.pdf

Roberts, J. M., O. C. Peppe, L. A. Dodds, D. J. Mercer, W. T. Thomson, J. D. Gage and D. T. Meldrum. 2005. Monitoring environmental variability around cold-water coral reefs: the use of a benthic photolander and the potential of seafloor observatories. In: A. Freiwald & J. M. Roberts (eds.) Cold-Water Corals & Ecosystems. Springer. Berlin Heidelberg. pp 483-502.

ten Brink, U. 2009. Submarine Landslides as Potential Triggers of Tsunamis That Could Strike the U.S. East Coast - First results from systematic sea-floor mapping of the continental slope from Cape Hatteras to Georges Bank. [Internet]. U. S. Geological Survey [cited May 16, 2011]. Available from: http://soundwaves.usgs.gov/2009/08/fieldwork.html

Tengberg A, F. De Bovee, P. Hall, W. Berelson, D. Chadwick, G. Ciceri, P. Crassous, A. Devol, S. Emerson, J. Gage, R. Glud, F. Gratiottini, J. Gunderson, D. Hammond, W. Helder, K. Hinga, O. Holby, R. Jahnke, A. Khripounoff, S. Lieberman, V. Nuppenau, O. Pfannkuche, C. Reimers, G. Rowe, A. Sahami, F. Sayles, M. Schurter, D. Smallman, B. Wehrli, P. De Wilde. 1995. Benthic chamber and profiling landers in oceanography - A review of design, technical solutions and functioning. Progress in Oceanography 35: 253-294.

Vetter, E. W., C. R. Smith, and F. C. De Leo. 2010. Hawaiian hotspots: enhanced megafaunal abundance and diversity in submarine canyons on the oceanic islands of Hawaii. Mar. Ecol. 31:183-199.