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Dr Alan Jamieson
Dr Thom Linley
Fear and Loathing of the Deep Ocean: Why don't people care about the deep sea?2021
Dr Alan Jamieson
Hadal trenches are dynamic hotspots for early diagenesis in the deep-sea2021
Dr Alan Jamieson
Hadal Zones of the Northwest Pacific Ocean2021
Dr Alan Jamieson
Hydrozoans, Scyphozoans, Larvaceans and Ctenophores observed in situ at hadal depths2021
Dr Alan Jamieson
Reply to: Ecological variables for deep-ocean monitoring must include microbiota and meiofauna for effective conservation2021
Dr Alan Jamieson
Safety and conservation at the deepest place on Earth: A call for prohibiting the deliberate discarding of nondegradable umbilicals from deep-sea exploration vehicles2021
Johanna Weston
Dr Thom Linley
Dr Alan Jamieson
Scavenging amphipods from the Wallaby-Zenith Fracture Zone: Extending the hadal paradigm beyond subduction trenches.2021
Jackson Swan
Dr Alan Jamieson
Worldwide distribution and depth limits of decapod crustaceans (Penaeoidea, Oplophoroidea) across the abyssal-hadal transition zone of eleven subduction trenches and five additional deep-sea features2021
Dr Alan Jamieson
Ecological variables for developing a global deep-ocean monitoring and conservation strategy2020
Dr Alan Jamieson
Evidence for seasonal cycles in deep-sea fish distributions: A great migration in the deep SE Atlantic?2020
Dr Alan Jamieson
Exploration of the Puerto Rico Trench in the mid-twentieth century: Today’s significance and relevance2020
Dr Alan Jamieson
First in situ observation of Cephalopoda at hadal depths (Octopoda: Opisthoteuthidae: Grimpoteuthis sp.)2020
Dr Alan Jamieson
Mercury isotopes identify near-surface mercury in deep-sea trench biota2020
Johanna Weston
Dr Priscilla Carrillo-Barragan
Dr Thomas Linley
Dr William Reid
Dr Alan Jamieson
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New species of Eurythenes from hadal depths of the Mariana Trench, Pacific Ocean (Crustacea: Amphipoda)2020
Dr Alan Jamieson
Dr Thomas Linley
Revisiting the 1964 Archimède bathyscaphe dive to 7300 m in the Puerto Rico Trench, abundance of an elasipodid holothurian Peniagone sp. and a resolution to the identity of the ‘Puerto Rican snailfish’2020
Dr Alan Jamieson
The Five Deeps Expedition and an Update of Full Ocean Depth Exploration and Explorers2020
Dr Alan Jamieson
Whole genome sequencing of four bacterial strains from South Shetland Trench revealing biosynthetic and environmental adaptation gene clusters2020
Dr Alan Jamieson
Amphipods from the Wallaby-Zenith Fracture Zone, Indian Ocean: New genus and two new species identified by integrative taxonomy2019
Dr Alan Jamieson
Dr Thomas Linley
Depression chains in seafloor of contrasting morphology, Atacama Trench margin: A comment on Marsh et al. (2018)2019
Dr Alan Jamieson
Eliminating Plastic Pollution: How a voluntary contribution from industry will drive the circular plastics economy2019
Dr Alan Jamieson
Hadal manned submersible2019
Dr Alan Jamieson
Lauren Brooks
Dr William Reid
Dr Thomas Linley
Microplastics and synthetic particles ingested by deep-sea amphipods in six of the deepest marine ecosystems on Earth2019
Dr Alan Jamieson
The five deeps: The location and depth of the deepest place in each of the world's oceans2019
Dr Alan Jamieson
Dr Thomas Linley
Visual evidence of reduced seafloor conditions and indications of a cold-seep ecosystem from the Hatton–Rockall basin (NE Atlantic)2019
Dr Alan Jamieson
A contemporary perspective on hadal science2018
Dr Thomas Linley
Dr Alan Jamieson
Bathyal and abyssal demersal bait-attending fauna of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea2018
Dr Alan Jamieson
Exploring the Hadal Zone: Recent Advances in Hadal Science and Technology2018
Dr Alan Jamieson
Exploring the Hadal Zone: Recent Advances in Hadal Science and Technology.2018
Dr Alan Jamieson
Genome reduction in Psychromonas species within the gut of an amphipod from the ocean’s deepest point.2018
Dr William Reid
Dr Alan Jamieson
Geographic and bathymetric comparisons of trace metal concentrations (Cd, Cu, Fe, Mn, and Zn) in deep-sea Lysianassoid amphipods from abyssal and hadal depths across the Pacific Ocean.2018
Dr Alan Jamieson
Habitat heterogeneity of hadal trenches: Considerations and implications for future studies2018
Dr Alan Jamieson
Heat-shock protein adaptation in abyssal and hadal amphipods2018
Dr Thomas Linley
Dr Alan Jamieson
Life history of abyssal and hadal fishes from otolith growth zones and oxygen isotopic compositions2018
Dr Thomas Linley
Dr Alan Jamieson
Population structure of the hadal amphipod Bathycallisoma (Scopelocheirus) schellenbergi in the Kermadec Trench and New Hebrides Trench, SW Pacific2018
Dr Alan Jamieson
An ecosystem-based deep-ocean strategy2017
Dr Thomas Linley
Dr Alan Jamieson
Bait attending fishes of the abyssal zone and hadal boundary: community structure, functional groups and species distribution in the Kermadec, New Hebrides and Mariana trenches2017
Dr Alan Jamieson
Dr Thomas Linley
Baited camera survey of deep-sea demersal fishes of the West African oil provinces off Angola: 1200-2500m depth, East Atlantic Ocean2017
Dr Alan Jamieson
Zhenhua Zhang
Bioaccumulation of persistent organic pollutants in the deepest ocean fauna2017
Dr Thomas Linley
Dr Alan Jamieson
Distribution, composition, and functions of gelatinous tissues in deep-sea fishes2017
Dr Alan Jamieson
Genome size variation of deep-sea amphipods2017
Dr Alan Jamieson
Population genetic structure of two congeneric deep-sea amphipod species from geographically isolated hadal trenches in the Pacific Ocean2017
Dr Thomas Linley
Dr Alan Jamieson
Pseudoliparis swirei sp. nov.: A newly-discovered hadal snailfish (Scorpaeniformes: Liparidae) from the Mariana Trench2017
Dr Thomas Linley
Dr Alan Jamieson
Community structure and diversity of scavenging amphipods from bathyal to hadal depths in three South Pacific Trenches2016
Dr Thomas Linley
Dr Alan Jamieson
Comparative feeding ecology of abyssal and hadal fishes through stomach content and amino acid isotope analysis2016
Dr Alan Jamieson
Fine-scale monitoring of fish movements and multiple environmental parameters around a decommissioned offshore oil platform: A pilot study in the North Sea2016
Dr Thomas Linley
Dr Alan Jamieson
Fishes of the hadal zone including new species, in situ observations and depth records of Liparidae2016
Dr Alan Jamieson
Isolation and Characterization of Microsatellite DNA Markers in the Deep-Sea Amphipod Paralicella tenuipes by Illumina Miseq Sequencing2016
Dr Alan Jamieson
Landers: Baited Cameras and Traps2016
Dr Alan Jamieson
Morphological and ontogenetic stratification of abyssal and hadal Eurythenes gryllus sensu lato (Amphipoda: Lysianassoidea) from the Peru–Chile Trench2016
Dr Alan Jamieson
Phylogenetic relationships among hadal amphipods of the Superfamily Lysianassoidea: Implications for taxonomic revision and biogeographic distribution2016
Dr Alan Jamieson
The Hadal Zone; Life in the Deepest Oceans2015
Dr Alan Jamieson
Abundant bioluminescent sources of low-light intensity in the deep Mediterranean Sea and North Atlantic Ocean2015
Dr Alan Jamieson
Near seafloor bioluminescence, macrozooplankton and macroparticles at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge2015
Dr Alan Jamieson
The distribution of benthic biomass in hadal trenches: a modelling approach to investigate the effect of vertical and lateral organic matter transport to the seafloor2015
Dr Alan Jamieson
Marine fish may be biochemically constrained from inhabiting deepest ocean depths2014
Dr Alan Jamieson
Molecular taxonomy of Osedax (Annelida: Siboglinidae) in the Southern Ocean2014
Dr Alan Jamieson
Amphipod community structure across abyssal to hadal depths in the Peru-Chile and the Kermadec Trenches2013
Dr Thomas Linley
Dr Alan Jamieson
Bathyal demersal fishes of Charlie-Gibbs Fracture Zone region (49-54°N) of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge: II. Baited camera lander observations2013
Dr Alan Jamieson
Bone-eating worms from the Antarctic: the contrasting fate of whale and wood remains on the Southern Ocean seafloor2013
Dr Alan Jamieson
Feeding preferences of abyssal macrofauna inferred from in situ pulse chase experiments2013
Dr Alan Jamieson
The supergiant amphipod Alicella gigantea (Crustacea: Alicellidae) from hadal depths in the Kermadec Trench, SW Pacific Ocean2013
Dr Alan Jamieson
Ultradeep-sea exploration in the Puerto Rico Trench2013