While this article focuses on volcanic activity as a whole, it includes two types of deposits that are a direct result of hydrothermal vents. Even in volcanic areas, there is a large role to be played by hydrothermal vents.
Perez, Noel; et al. "The potential for photosynthesis in hydrothermal vents: a new avenue for life in the Universe?." Astrophysics and Space Science346.2 (2013): 327-331. EBSCOhost. Web. 22 Sep 2013. This article finds that the heated water coming out of hydrothermal vents contain ifrared thermal radiation. This is also emitted by sunlight, though in higher quantities. Scientists believe that certain organisms could thrive by the vents using lower amounts of infrared radiation to reproduce photosynthesis. This would mean numerous new possibilities for underwater life.
This informal paper goes in depth on the differences between the two types of hydrothermal vents: Black smokers and White smokers. It involves details such as temperature and typical mineral composition.
In this, the authors discuss a new tool and software developed specifically for hydrothermal circulation, and how they are studying the rainbow hydrothermal field where there is an influx of hydrogen from the vents.
This paper provides further evidence suggesting the type of vent affects the microbial communities that thrive around the vent. They used geochemical and microbiological methods to study the microbial comunities present in the newly found "Loki's Castle".
This paper details the resources of metals that "black smoker" hydrothermal vents provide and how they control much of the metal budget of the seafloor. It even has a role in tectonics, namely subduction and the release of certain metals!
Marsh, Leigh;et al. "Microdistribution of Faunal Assemblages at Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vents in the Southern Ocean.." PLoS ONE 7.10 (2012): 1-19.EBSCOhost. Web. 22 Sep 2013.
This articles talks on the fauna surrounding hydrothermal vents. They have found that some vents have more fauna and more nutritional value than others. Ths leads them to believe that some vents, whether it be by size, and or substance are more capable of supporting fauna communities than other.
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