CHESS

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CHESSChariot, Horse, Elephant, Soldiers
CHESSCornell High Energy Synchrotron Source
CHESSCentre for Health Equity Studies
CHESSComputer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions
CHESSChemosynthetic Ecosystems
CHESSChemical Shift Selective (technique for suppressing selected resonances in NMR spectroscopy)
CHESSClearing House Electronic Subregister System (Australian stock exchanges)
CHESSChristian Home Educators Support System
CHESSCommunity Health and Environmental Surveillance System
CHESSCoalition of Higher Education Students in Scotland
CHESSCommunity Health Environment Scan Survey
CHESSConsortium for Higher Education Software Services
CHESSChristian Home Education Support System
CHESSChess Helps Enhance Scholastic Skills
CHESSCondensing Heat Exchanger for Space Systems (NASA)
CHESSCouncil for Health and Environmental Safety of Soils
CHESSChristian Homeschool Education Support System
CHESSChannelized Engine for SONET/SDH
CHESSCambridge Home and EU (European Union) Scholarship Scheme (UK)
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Abbreviations: CHEMECOLI, chemosynthetic ecosystem colonization by larval invertebrates; FISH, fluorescent in situ hybridization; PI, prodissoconch I; PII, prodissoconch II.
These so-called "cold seeps" support chemosynthetic ecosystems (including tubeworms, mussels, and shrimp) that are different but analogous to vents.
In the mid 1980s, his professors at the University of North Carolina discovered hydrocarbon seeps, sparking his interest in the evolution of life and chemosynthetic ecosystems.