Hydrothermal

Some articles on hydrothermal:

Endeavour Hydrothermal Vents
... The Endeavour Hydrothermal Vents are a group of hydrothermal vents in the northeastern Pacific Ocean, located 250 km (155 mi) southwest of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada ... This group of hydrothermal vents lies 2,250 m (7,382 ft) below sea level in an area where the Pacific Ocean seabed is being pulled apart called the Endeavour ... The Endeavour Hydrothermal Vents were designated as Canada's First Marine Protected Area on March 7, 2003 under the Oceans Act ...
Magic Mountain (hydrothermal Field)
... Magic Mountain is a large long-lived hydrothermal vent field on the Southern Explorer Ridge, located about 150 miles west of Vancouver Island, British ... Unlike most hydrothermal systems found in the Pacific Ocean, Magic Mountain is situated outside the Explorer Ridge ...
Loki's Castle (hydrothermal Field)
... Loki's Castle is a field of five active hydrothermal vents in the mid-Atlantic ocean, located at 73 degrees north on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge between Greenland and Norway at a depth of 2,352 metres (7,717 ft) ... forces are less and consequently fields of hydrothermal vents are relatively less common ...
Life On Mars - Silica
... Based on Earth analogs, hydrothermal systems on Mars would be highly attractive for their potential for preserving organic and inorganic biosignatures ... oxidizing bacteria are abundant in marine and terrestrial hydrothermal systems, where they often display distinctive cell morphologies and are commonly encrusted by minerals ... If possible, future rover missions will target extinct hydrothermal vent systems on Mars ...
Marianas Trench Marine National Monument - Scope - Volcanic or Vents Unit
... Hydrothermal vents at about 475 feet in depth along the northeast side of the dome spew acidic water at scalding temperatures near the coral reef that quickly ascends to the sea surface ... Here species survive in the midst of hydrothermal vents that produce highly acidic boiling water ... The Champagne hydrothermal vent, found at the Northwest Eifuku submarine volcano produces almost pure liquid carbon dioxide, one of only two known sites in the world ...