Lauren S. Mullineaux mainly focuses on Ecology, Hydrothermal vent, Benthic zone, Oceanography and Hydrothermal circulation. Lauren S. Mullineaux works mostly in the field of Ecology, limiting it down to topics relating to Shear stress and, in certain cases, Polychaete. His work carried out in the field of Hydrothermal vent brings together such families of science as Deep sea and Ecological succession.
His Benthic zone research includes themes of Seafloor spreading, Quaternary and Seamount. As part of his studies on Oceanography, Lauren S. Mullineaux often connects relevant areas like Paleontology. His Hydrothermal circulation study combines topics in areas such as Geochemistry, Mid-ocean ridge, Eddy and Surface water.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Oceanography, Ecology, Hydrothermal vent, Benthic zone and Habitat. His Oceanography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Paleontology, Fauna and Mid-ocean ridge. His work on Bathymodiolus thermophilus as part of general Hydrothermal vent study is frequently linked to Biological dispersal, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Lauren S. Mullineaux combines subjects such as Polychaete, Invertebrate, Sediment and Bivalvia with his study of Benthic zone. His studies examine the connections between Habitat and genetics, as well as such issues in Colonisation, with regards to Tevnia jerichonana. He works mostly in the field of Deep sea, limiting it down to concerns involving Predation and, occasionally, Biotic component and Thermarces cerberus.
Lauren S. Mullineaux focuses on Hydrothermal vent, Oceanography, Larva, Ecology and Crassostrea. His Hydrothermal vent study incorporates themes from Deep sea, Disturbance and Fauna. His study looks at the intersection of Oceanography and topics like Colonization with Benthos.
His Larva study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Zoology, Turbulence and Invertebrate. Biodiversity is the focus of his Ecology research. His research integrates issues of Settlement and Benthic zone in his study of Eastern oyster.
His primary scientific interests are in Larva, Hydrothermal vent, Biological dispersal, Habitat and Ecology. His Larva research focuses on subjects like Zoology, which are linked to Benthic zone, Arbacia and Plankton. His Hydrothermal vent research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Food web, Oceanography and Disturbance.
His Biological dispersal study focuses mostly on Metapopulation and Metacommunity. The various areas that Lauren S. Mullineaux examines in his Habitat study include Veliger, Marine invertebrates and Crassostrea, Eastern oyster. His studies deal with areas such as Turbulence and Turbulence kinetic energy as well as Ecology.
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Seafloor hydrothermal systems : physical, chemical, biological, and geological interactions
Susan E. Humphris;Robert A. Zierenberg;Lauren S. Mullineaux;Richard E. Thomson.
Washington DC American Geophysical Union Geophysical Monograph Series (1995)
Larval dispersal potential of the tubeworm Riftia pachyptila at deep-sea hydrothermal vents
Adam G. Marsh;Adam G. Marsh;Lauren S. Mullineaux;Craig M. Young;Donal T. Manahan.
Initial contact, exploration and attachment of barnacle ( Balanus amphitrite ) cyprids settling in flow
L. S. Mullineaux;C. A. Butman.
Marine Biology (1991)
PREDATION STRUCTURES COMMUNITIES AT DEEP‐SEA HYDROTHERMAL VENTS
Fiorenza Micheli;Charles H. Peterson;Lauren S. Mullineaux;Charles R. Fisher.
Ecological Monographs (2002)
Involvement of the oxygen minimum in benthic zonation on a deep seamount
Karen Wishner;Lisa Levin;Marcia Gowing;Lauren Mullineaux.
Pelagic and benthic ecology of the lower interface of the Eastern Tropical Pacific oxygen minimum zone
Karen F. Wishner;Carin J. Ashjian;Carin J. Ashjian;Celia Gelfman;Marcia M. Gowing.
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers (1995)
SUCCESSIONAL MECHANISM VARIES ALONG A GRADIENT IN HYDROTHERMAL FLUID FLUX AT DEEP-SEA VENTS
Lauren S. Mullineaux;Charles H. Peterson;Fiorenza Micheli;Susan W. Mills.
Ecological Monographs (2003)
DNA sequence variation of mitochondrial large-subunit rRNA provides support for a two-subclass organization of the Anthozoa (Cnidaria).
P E Rosel;J E Agenbroad;L S Mullineaux.
Molecular marine biology and biotechnology (1996)
Larval recruitment in response to manipulated field flows
L. S. Mullineaux;E. D. Garland.
Marine Biology (1993)
Phylogenetic relationships within the class Anthozoa (phylum Cnidaria) based on nuclear 18S rDNA sequences.
Ewann A. Berntson;Lauren S. Mullineaux.
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (1999)
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