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Co-opting behavioural responses for development. Nature Asia Pacific Research Highlight. webpage

Massive ocean eddies stir up life around deep-sea vents. Bai, Nina. 23 May 2011. Scientific American. webpage

Deep waters may not run still. Perkins, Sid. 28 Apr 2011. Science Now, AAAS. webpage

Surprise: Wind above affects seafloor a mile below. Peeples, Lynne. 28 Apr 2011. OurAmazingPlanet, Live Science. webpage

Currents reach deep for seafloor larvae. Powell, Devin. 28 Apr 2011. Science News. webpage 

Deep sea taxis. Scudellari, Megan. 28 Apr 2011. The Scientist. webpage

Ocean-floor migration. Cross, Tim. 28 Apr 2011. The Economist. in print & webpage

Swirling eddies seen spreading life. 28 Apr 2011. UPI. webpage  

Deep ocean larvae hitch ride on powerful eddies. 28 Apr 2011. EarthTimes. webpage

Eddies found to be deep,powerful modes of ocean transport. Greenberg, Joel. 28 Apr 2011. WHOI News Release. webpage; syndicated by ScienceDaily,, e! Science News and many others.

Life after a catastrophe.  Herath, Anuradha K.  02 Aug 2010. Astrobiology Magazine. webpage
Oceanography: Death and rebirth in the deep. Nature News Feature. Qiu, Jane. 19 May 2010. Nature 465:284-286. doi:10.1038/465284a
Long-Distance Larvae Speed to New Undersea Vent Homes.  NSF Press Release 10-058. 2010, Apr 12. webpage; syndicated by, ScienceDaily, and others.
Hydrothermal vents sometimes colonized from afar.  Perkins, Sid. ScienceNews. 2010, Feb 26. webpage; syndicated by US News & World Report.
The mysterious movements of deep-sea larvae: How do the tiny progeny of seafloor animals disperse through the ocean? Villano, Matt. Oceanus Magazine.  Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. 2009, Dec 31. webpage
A strange new species: Astonishing discoveries of life on Earth.  Kelsey, Elin. Maple Tree Press. 2005. pp 45.
Interview by April Holladay.  WonderQuest. 2004, July 2. webpage