Biologists do not pose a threat to deep-sea vents

  title={Biologists do not pose a threat to deep-sea vents},
  author={P. Tyler and C. German and V. Tunnicliffe},
  • P. Tyler, C. German, V. Tunnicliffe
  • Published 2005
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Nature
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