Dr Alan Jamieson
Senior Lecturer in Marine Ecology
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- Telephone: 01912 085067
- Address: Room 4.67B, Ridley Building
School of Natural and Environmental Sciences
I am a Senior lecturer and teach marine ecology, specialising in deep and extreme environments. My main personal research interests are in deep-sea technology for the study of deep-water fish, bioluminescence and anything from extreme depths (or anywhere that simply isn’t normal). My current research team comprises Dr. Thom Linley (PDRA), Dr. Will Reid (PDRA), Johanna Weston (PhD), Frankie Carr (MPhil), Lauren Brooks (MPhil) and Jackson Swan (MSc)
My research interests are primarily the biological exploration of the deep sea and associated technology with an emerging interest in simulating extreme marine environments in laboratory conditions. My main focus is on exploring the very deepest parts of the ocean, the Hadal Zone (6000-11,000 m). The hadal zone comprises deep trenches formed by tectonic subduction and centred mostly around the Pacific Rim. I have published about 80 peer reviewed papers and participated in 50 deep sea expeditions and have recently become a member of the Royal Geographical Society.
I have led the design on many Hadal-landers that my ever-evolving team and I have now deployed in or around the hadal trenches over 220 times over 18 cruises to the Pacific Ocean: Japan, Izu-Bonin, Mariana, New Hebrides, Kermadec, Tonga, South Shetland and Peru-Chile, as well other interesting deep-water sites such as the South Fiji Basin, Wallaby-Zenith Transform Fault and the Afanasi Niktin Seamount. Other non hadal expeditions include Antarctica, West African Margin, NW Atlantic submarine Canyons, and the East and West Mediterranean (the KM3NeT project). This work has recently diversified into exploring other extreme environments through the MASTS Deep Sea Forum, and leading a biodiscovery expedition to the South Shetland Trench in Antarctica in 2015 (‘PharmaDEEP’ Project).
The highlights of this research so far have been unequivocally proving that decapods do exist in the trenches, filming of the deepest fish seen alive in 2008 (Click here) and again in 2014 (Click here), filming the deepest fish in the southern hemisphere (Click here), having a hadal amphipod named after me (Click here) and finding the ‘supergiant’ amphipod in trenches and the southern hemisphere for the first time (Click here). I was involved in the first biological exploration of the New Hebrides Trench (Click Here) and Peru-Chile Trench (Click here), proving that fish are biochemically constrained from reaching full ocean depth (Click here), reporting manmade pollutants at full ocean depth (Click here) and more recently ingested microplastics (Click here), and finding and naming the deepest fish in the world (Click here). Check out some of the coverage from the Mariana Trench expedition on SOI's RV Falkor: BBC News, National Geographic , New Scientist , Science, Discovery and on Youtube.
I recently published a monograph on the hadal zone for Cambridge University Press that can be found here. This book was endorsed by film director and explorer James Cameron who called the book "The most comprehensive book yet written on the mysteries of the ocean's deepest places, written by one of its best explorers". It was also nominated for the Royal Society of Biology Book of the Year award in 2015 (didn’t win though). You can read the review in Nature News here.
Our paper describing anthropogenic pollutants in the deepest places (Jamieson et al. 2017, Nature Ecol. Evol.) has an altmetric score of 2179 and is currently ranked 1st out 104 tracked articles of a similar age in that journal, and 34th out of 321,712 articles of a similar age in all journals. Our other recent paper on hadal fish, Linley et al., (2017), was the most downloaded paper in Deep-Sea Research Part 1 in 2017. See Google Scholar profile here.
Interesting public outreach endeavours range from appearing on Blue Peter (Click here), to advising the Filmic Art 3D Deep Ocean Experience Blu-Ray DVD, to featuring in NHK’s 2017 David Attenborough narrated documentary Deep Ocean: Descent into the Mariana Trench (Click here), as well as my lander featuring in the Deep Sea episode of Blue Planet 2 as well as some images being printed in the accompanying book. I featured in a BBC radio documentary called Life in the Trenches, and recently took part in a BBC World Service panel show, Science in Action with Roland Pease. Me and my research were recently the topic of a question on the popular quiz show QI, where comedian Romesh Ranganathan gave his own hypothesis to explain snailfish zonation. I was also an invited speaker at the 2017 New Scientist Live event in London.
Meltwater, an advanced global digital media and intelligence monitoring company recently calculated my 2017 Advertising Value Equivalency (AVE) at $15million, with a combined audience of 1.7 Billion people. The ‘social echo’ of just one of our stories was over 900,000 posts on twitter and Facebook.
He is currently the Chief Scientist on the Five Deep Expedition (www.fivedeeps.com)
For more on the research and the scientific literature, go the ‘Publications Tab’, to read more from a popular science perspective go to the ‘Research Tab’.
- RRS Discovery D252 (UK) - (2001) NE Atlantic - (AUDOS, ROBIO, FRESP, ISIT landers)
- RRS Discovery D255 (UK) - (2001) NE Atlantic - (AUDOS, DOBO, FRESP, ISIT landers)
- RRS Discovery D260 (UK) - (2002) NE Atlantic - (SPRINT, DOBO, FRESP, ISIT landers)
- RV Philia (Greece) - (2002) E. Mediterranean - (SPRINT, FRESP Landers)
- RRS Discovery D266 (UK) - (2002) NE Atlantic - (SPRINT, DOBO, FRESP, ISIT landers)
- RV Johan Hjort (Norway) - (2002) Norwegian Fjords - (SPRINT lander, ISIT/CTD profiler)
- GG9 (France) - (2004) W. Mediterranean - (ISIT lander profiling)
- FS Meteor M61-1 (Germany) - (2004) NE Atlantic - (ROBIO,ISIT/GEOMAR Lander)
- GG9(France)- (2004) W. Mediterranean - (ISIT lander profiling)
- MV Veracious II (UK) - (2004) North Sea - (ROBIO lander, Trawl processing)
- RRS Discovery D285T (UK) - (2004) NE Atlantic - (DOBO lander)
- RV G.O. Sars (Norway) - (2004) Norwegian Fjords - (ROBIO/ES, ISIT-CAM)
- RV New Horizon (USA) - (2005) NE Pacific - (SPRINT lander, Fish Trap)
- FRV Scotia (UK) - (2005) North Sea - (ROBIO lander)
- Helsingør harbour (Denmark) - (2005) - (SPI camera)
- RRS Discovery D297 (UK) - (2005) NE Atlantic - (ROBIO, DOSOL Landers)
- RV Thompson TN187 (USA) - (2005) NE Pacific - (BICS) [w/ JASON2 ROV]
- RRS Discovery D300 (UK) - (2005/06) Southern Ocean - (ROBIO, FRESP Landers)
- RV Seol Mara (UK) - (2006) Loch Creran, UK - (SPI camera)
- Crest (UK) - (2006) Shetland, UK - (SPI camera, Day Grab)
- RV Seol Mara / Calanus (UK) - (2006) Loch Creran, UK - (SPI camera, KALLE lander)
- FRV Scotia 1406S (UK) - (2006) NE Atlantic - (Trap lander, trawl sampling)
- FS Meteor M70-1 (Germany) - (2006) Mediterranean - (ISIT profiling, CTD)
- RV Aegaeo (Greece) - (2007) E. Mediterranean - (ISIT profiling, CTD)
- RRS James Cook 10 leg 2 (UK) - (2007) NE Atlantic - (AROBIC Chambers) [w/ ISIS ROV]
- FS Sonne 194 (Germany) - (2007) SW Pacific - (Hadal-lander A and B)
- RV Hakuho-Maru KH-07-3 (Japan) (2007) NW Pacific - (Hadal-lander A and B)
- RV Kairei KR-07-16 (Japan) - (2007) NW Pacific - (Hadal-lander A and B)
- RV Sea Trident (UK - (2008) SE Atlantic - (ROBIO Lander)
- RV Lydia (Greece) - (2008) E. Mediterranean - (DAVE Lander)
- RV Hakuho-Maru KH-08-01 (Japan) - (2008) NW Pacific - (Hadal-lander A and B)
- RV Philia (Greece) - (2008) E. Mediterranean - (DAVE lander) [w/MAX ROV]
- RV Tansei-Maru KT-09-02 (Japan) (2009) NW Pacific - (Hadal-lander A)
- RRS James Cook JC36 (UK) - (2009) NE Atlantic - (AROBICS/TOCS/Spreaders) [w/ISIS ROV]
- RV Kaharoa KAH0910 (NZ) - (2009) SW Pacific - (Hadal-lander A and B)
- RV Sonne SO209 (Germany) - (2010) SE Pacific - (Hadal-Lander B)
- RRS James Cook JC62 (UK) - (2011) NE Atlantic (DAVE lander)
- RV Kaharoa KAH1109 (NZ) - (2011) SW Pacific - (Hadal-Lander B, LATIS)
- RV Kaharoa KAH1202 (NZ) - (2012) SW Pacific - (Hadal-Lander B, LATIS)
- RV Kaharoa KAH1301 (NZ) - (2013) SW Pacific - (Hadal-Lander, Latis, Fish Trap)
- RV Kaharoa KAH1310 (NZ) - (2013) SW Pacific - (Hadal-Lander, Trap, Abyssal-Lander)
- RV Thomas G. Thompson TN309 (US) - (2014) SW Pacific - (Hadal-Lander, Abyssal-Lander)
- RV Falkor FK141109 (US) - (2014) Central Pacific - (Hadal-Lander, Abyssal-Lander, Trap)
- FRV Scotia 0915S (UK) - (2015) Northeast Atlantic - (Abyssal Lander, DOBO)
- BIO Hesperides (ES) - (2015) Southern Ocean/Antarctica - (Abyssal-Lander)
- FRV Scotia (UK) - (2016) NE Atlantic - (Whale bone lander)
- TV Shinyo-Maru (Japan) - 2017 NW Pacific (Hadal-Lander)
- RV Sonne (Germany) - 2017 Indian Ocean (Hadal-Landers)
- RV Tangaroa (New Zealand) (2017) SW Pacific (Hadal-landers)
- RV Sonne (Germany) (2018) SE Pacific (Hadal-Landers)
- 2016: Research Infrastructure Fund (RiF) Exploration of Extreme Ocean Environments. Jamieson A.J.(Principal Investigator).
- 2016: NERC (OGDIC) Automation of Marine Growth Analysis for Decommissioning Offshore Installations. Jamieson, AJ, Gormley, K. (Principal Investigator).
- 2016: NERC Pressure adaptation in deep sea amphipods. Piertney, SB, Jamieson AJ, Douglas A.(Co-Investigator)
- 2015. NERC (NBAF) Genetic Structure within and between hadal trenches in deep sea amphipods. Jamieson, A.J., Douglas, A. (Principal Investigator)
- 2014. NERC (Capital asset call) PolyExESS: Polyextremophile Environmental Simulation System. Jamieson, AJ, Jaspars, M, Piertney, SB, Neilson, RN. (Principal Investigator)
- 2014. EU (EuroFleets2) PharmaDeep: New Pharmaceuticals from the deep Antarctic. Jamieson, AJ, Jaspars, M. 8 European partners. (Principal Investigator)
- 2014. MASTS. Anthropogenic contaminants at full ocean depth. Jamieson, AJ, Zhang, Z (Principal Investigator)
- 2014. MASTS. Trench Connection Internship. Jamieson, A.J., Eustace, R.M. (Principal Investigator)
- 2013. EU FP7. Fixed Point Open Ocean Observatories Network (FixO3). Lampitt, RS. et al, Aberdeen partners: Jamieson, AJ, Craig, J (Co-Investigator)
- 2013. Scottish Sensor Systems Centre (S3C) and AkerSolutions. Environmental Monitoring Observatory (eCON) Jamieson, AJ, Craig, J (Principal Investigator)
- 2012. Total Foundation. Trench Connection. Jamieson, AJ, Piertney, SB, Clarke, MR, Duhamel, G (Principal Investigator)
- 2012. Schmidt Ocean Institute. Studying the ecology and geology of the Mariana Trench – the deepest place on Earth. Drazen, JC, Fryer, P, Yancey, PH, Shank, TM, Jamieson, AJ, Rowden, AA, Mayor, DJ, Ruhl, HA (Co-Principal Investigator)
- 2011. NSF. Controls on hadal megafaunal community structure: a systematic examination of pressure, food supply and topography. Shank, TM, Bowen, AD, Drazen, JC, Yancey, PH, Clarke, MR, Jamieson, AJ, Mayor, DJ., Piertney, SB, Rowden, AA, Ruhl, HA (Co-Principal Investigator)
- 2011. MASTS. Development of a deep sea holographic camera. Watson, J, Jamieson, AJ, Burns N (Co-investigator)
- 2011. Total Foundation. Multi-disciplinary investigations of the deepest scavengers on Earth (7000-10,000m deep). Jamieson, AJ, Piertney, SB, Fraser PJ. (Principal Investigator)
- 2010. European Commission. HERMIONE: Hotspot Ecosystem Research and Man’s Impact on European seas. Priede, IG, Witte, U, Bagley, PM, Jamieson AJ. (Co-Investigator)
- 2008. European Commission. Preparatory Phase for a DeepSeaFacility in the Mediterraneanfor Neutrino Astronomy and Associated Sciences (KM3NeT PP). Priede, IG., Bagley, PM., Jamieson, AJ. - (Co-Investigator)
- 2007. NERC standard research grant, Life at extreme depth; fishes and scavenging fauna of the abyssal to hadal boundary. Priede, IG, Solan, M, Bagley, PM. Bailey, D.M., Jamieson AJ. (Named Researcher)
- 2006.Nippon Foundation (in collaboration with University of Tokyo). Nippon-UK Hadal Science and Education Partnership. Priede, IG, Solan, M, Bagley, PM. Jamieson AJ (Co-Investigator)
- 2005. BP. DELOSContract. Bagley, PM., Priede, IG., Sproule, D., Jamieson, AJ., Wigham, BD. (Co-Investigator)
- 2004. BP. Pre DELOS Proposal Acquisition Contract. Bagley, PM., Priede, IG., Sproule, D., Jamieson, AJ., Wigham, BD. (Co-Investigator)
- 2004: Support from The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation to form a UK-Japanese working group for developing a full ocean depth lander, Solan, M., Priede, IG., Jamieson, AJ. (Co-Investigator)
- 2004. European Commission (STREP). Integrating new technologies for the study of benthic ecosystem response to human activity: Towards a Coastal Ocean Benthic Observatory (COBO). Priede, IG., Bagley, PM, Solan, M., Jamieson, AJ. (Named Researcher)
- 2004. Scottish Enterprise Proof of Concept Fund. Variable Buoyancy Device. Bagley, PM., Jamieson, AJ., Player, MA. (Co-Investigator)
- 2003. University of Aberdeen Knowledge Transfer Grant. Variable Buoyancy Device, market research and patent application. Bagley, PM., Jamieson, AJ., Player, MA. (Co-Investigator)
- 2003. Commercialization grant, University of Aberdeen for the development of the world’s deepest underwater camera system. Solan, M., Jamieson, AJ., Bagley, PM., Priede, IG. (Co-Investigator)
Public Outreach and Broader Impacts
- Banned Chemicals persist in the deep ocean, February 2017 (Click here)
- New record for deepest fish, December 2014 (Click here)
- Pushing frontiers of deep sea exploration, July 2014 (click here)
- Fishy molecule sets depth limit, March 4th 2014 (Click here)
- New Hebrides Trench: First look at unexplored deep sea, March 3rd 2014 (Click Here)
- Race to the bottom of the ocean: Why go down? March 2012 (Click here)
- Ocean Trench: Take a dive 11,000m down, March 2012 (Click here)
- Supergiant crustacean found in deepest ocean, Feb 2012 (Click here)
- New shrimp named after Aberdeen Scientist. March 2011 (Click here)
- Deep void yields new fish species, Oct 2010 (Click here)
- Meet the creatures that live beyond the abyss Jan. 2010 (Click here)
- Vivid colours of the deep. Jan. 2010. (Click here)
- Deep-sea fish captured on camera. Nov. 2009 (Click here)
- Deepest ever living fish filmed. Oct. 2008 (Click here)
Man-Made pollutants found in Earth’s deepest ocean trenches. June 2016 (Click here)
Ocean-diving robot Nereus will not be replaced, December 2015 (Click here)
The Hadal Zone: Life in the deepest Oceans (Book Review), July 2015 (Click here)
Planet Earth Website (NERC):
- New shrimp immortalizes scientist. March 2011 (Click here)
- Ocean trench cruise finds brand new fish. Oct. 2010 (Click here)
- Southern Hemisphere's deepest fish caught on camera. Nov. 2009. (Click here)
- Deepest-ever fish caught on camera. Oct. 2008. (Click here)
- Jamieson, A.J. (2017) We discovered pollution-poisoned crustaceans in the Mariana Trench (Click here)
- Jamieson, A.J. (2016) Ten things you never knew about the ocean’s deepest places (Click here)
- Jamieson, A.J. (2014) How we found world’s deepest fish in the Mariana Trench – and why we must keep exploring (Click here)
- Deepest place on earth contains 'extraordinary' pollution levels, February 2017 (Click here)
- World’s deepest fish lurks 5 miles down in Mariana Trench, December 2015 (Click here)
- Bizarre eels, fish found off New Zealand, Feb 2013 (Click here)
- Supergiant shrimp-like beasts found in deep-sea, Feb 2012 (Click Here)
- New deep-sea pictures: Snailfish, eels found in trench, Oct 2010 (Click here)
- Deepest-ever fish caught alive on camera, Oct 2008 (Click here)
- Life in the Mariana Trench (>3 million hits) (Click here)
- Supergiant amphipods discovered 7km deep (630,200 hits; 15-3-12) (Click here)
- World’s deepest living fish, (2.6 million hits; 15-3-12) (Click here)
- Jamieson, AJ (2010) Our Choice of Products (Deep-sea Landers). Beyond Blue, 7, 52-55.
- Jamieson, AJ (2009). The search for life at extreme depths. The Bulletin. Marine Ecology: Special issue. BES, March.
- Jamieson, AJ (2007) Lighting up the deep. Marine Scientist (IMarEST), No. 19, 16-19.
- Jamieson, AJ, M. Solan & D. Mayor (2006) Spying on the seafloor. Marine Scientist (IMarEST), 17, 36.
- Jamieson, AJ (2006) Deep-sea fish: How researchers are tackling the challenge of decompression. Ocean Challenge, 14(2), 19-23
- Jamieson, AJ & NJ King (2004). Portraits of the deep-water shark. Marine Scientist (IMarEST), 8, 26-28
- Jamieson, AJ (2003) The observer has landed: Lander techniques for the study of deep-sea megafauna. Marine Scientist(IMarEST), 4, 52-53
- Jamieson, AJ (2003) 'A frightening amount of data': Review of the 6th underwater science symposium: monitoring and measuring the underwater environment (SUT). Marine Scientist (IMarEST), 3, 44-45
BBC World Service, Science in Action (Roland Pease) 28th Sept. 2017
Metro Radio (Alan Robson) 7th Aug 2017
Sky News 7th Aug 2017
Sky News (Kay Burley) 13th Feb 2017
BBC News (Fiona Trotts) 13th Feb. 2017
PNR (Chris Joyce) 7th Feb 2017
BBC News 24 (Chris Eakin) 19th Dec. 2014
BBC Scotland (Kevin Keane) 19th Dec. 2014
BBC Radio 4 'Into the Abyss' 16th July 2014
BBC 3 Counties (James Whale) 14th Aug. 2013
Radio New Zealand (Veronika Meduna) 7th Feb. 2013
Radio New Zealand (Bryan Crump) 28th Jan. 2013
The Naked Scientist (Sarah Castor-Perry) 15th April 2012
BBC World News/BBC4 News (Zeinab Badawi) 26th March 2012
BBC Radio Scotland (Bill Whiteford) 26th March 2012
BBC Radio Wales (Gareth Lewis) 26th March 2012
BBC3 Counties (Toby Friedner) 20th Mar. 2012
The Naked Scientist (Chris Smith) 13th May 2011
Blue Peter (Andy Akinwolere) 13th May 2011
BBC Radio Scotland (Mhairi Stuart) 3rd Mar. 2011
BBC Radio Scotland (Mhairi Stuart) 11th Mar. 2011
Radio Ireland, (Shaun MonCrieff ) 19th Feb. 2011
STV News North (Laura Goodwin) 14th Oct. 2010
BBC Radio Scotland ( Kenneth MacDonald) 14th Oct. 2010
BBC Radio Wales (Adam Walton) 17th May 2008
BBC Radio 2 ‘Life in the Trenches’., October 2007 (documentary on HADEEP cruise)
Other media publications featuring our Hadal work
- Pennisi, E. (2015) Gelatinous sac gives deep-sea fish a swimmer’s body. ScienceMag, 7th January.
- Ceurstemont, S. (2014) The Deepest Limits. New Scientist, December 6th, p 46-47.
- Anderson, A. (2012) Hell and the Heavens. The Economist. November p 7.
- Lee, J.J. (2012) Ocean's Deep, Dark Trenches to Get Their Moment in the Spotlight. Science, 336: 141-142
- Burton, A. (2012). Way down deep. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10: 112
- Williams, N. (2010) Deep Ocean Species Discovered. Current Biology, 20(21) R910.
- Beyond the Abyss. Planet Earth (NERC magazine). Winter 2008, 22-24
- Diepterecord. Wild Zoekers (Magazine). February 2009
- Blick in den abgrund. Bild der Wissenschaft. January 2009
- Wagner, S. (2008) Deep Discovery. The Engineer (Magazine of the IMechE), 10-13, 35-36
- World’s deepest fish filmed for the first time. Marine Technology October 2008.
MST1102 - Diversity and behaviour of marine animals (Stage 1)
MST1104 – Marine Study Skills (Stage 1)
MST2104 – Marine Research and Employability Skills (Stage 2)
MAST2102 - Form, Function and adaptation of marine animals (Stage 2)
MST3102 - Advanced Marine Zoology (Stage 3) (module leader)
MST3014/3105/3106 – Research Project (Stage 3)
MST8011 - Critical appraisal of coastal production systems (MSc)
MST8022 - Environmental Research skills (MSc) (module leader)
- Lacey NC, Mayor DJ, Linley TD, Jamieson AJ. Population structure of the hadal amphipod Bathycallisoma (Scopelocheirus) schellenbergi in the Kermadec Trench and New Hebrides Trench, SW Pacific. Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 2018, 155, 50-60.
- Ritchie H, Jamieson AJ, Piertney SB. Heat-shock protein adaptation in abyssal and hadal amphipods. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 2018, 155, 61-69.
- Jamieson AJ. A contemporary perspective on hadal science. Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 2018, 155, 4-10.
- Jamieson AJ, Fang J, Cui W. Exploring the Hadal Zone: Recent Advances in Hadal Science and Technology. Deep Sea Research Part II 2018, 155, 1-3.
- Linley TD, Craig J, Jamieson AJ, Priede IG. Bathyal and abyssal demersal bait-attending fauna of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea. Marine Biology 2018, 165, 159.
- Reid WDK, Cuomo NJ, Jamieson AJ. 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. Deep-Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 2018, 138, 11-21.
- Zhang W, Tian R-M, Sun J, Bougouffa S, Ding W, Cai L, Lan Y, Tong H, Li Y, Jamieson AJ, Bajic VB, Drazen JC, Bartlett D, Qian P-Y. Genome reduction in Psychromonas species within the gut of an amphipod from the ocean’s deepest point. mSystems 2018, 3(3), e00009-18.
- Neat FC, Jamieson AJ, Stewart HA, Narayanaswamy BE, Collie N, Stewart M, Linley TD. Visual evidence of reduced seafloor conditions and indications of a cold-seep ecosystem from the Hatton–Rockall basin (NE Atlantic). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 2018, epub ahead of print.
- Gerringer ME, Andrews AH, Huss GR, Nagashima K, Popp BN, Linley TD, Gallo ND, Clark MR, Jamieson AJ, Drazen JC. Life history of abyssal and hadal fishes from otolith growth zones and oxygen isotopic compositions. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 2018, 132, 37-50.
- Stewart HA, Jamieson AJ. Habitat heterogeneity of hadal trenches: Considerations and implications for future studies. Progress in Oceanography 2018, 161, 47-65.
- Gerringer ME, Drazen JC, Linley TD, Summers AP, Jamieson AJ, Yancey PH. Distribution, composition, and functions of gelatinous tissues in deep-sea fishes. Royal Society Open Science 2017, 4, 171063.
- Ritchie H, Jamieson AJ, Piertney SB. Genome size variation of deep-sea amphipods. Royal Society Open Science 2017, 4(9), 170862.
- Gerringer ME, Linley TD, Jamieson AJ, Goetze E, Drazen JC. Pseudoliparis swirei sp. nov.: A newly-discovered hadal snailfish (Scorpaeniformes: Liparidae) from the Mariana Trench. Zootaxa 2017, 4358(1), 161-177.
- Jamieson AJ, Linley TD, Craig J. Baited camera survey of deep-sea demersal fishes of the West African oil provinces off Angola: 1200-2500m depth, East Atlantic Ocean. Marine Environmental Research 2017, 129, 347-364.
- Gerringer ME, Popp BN, Linley TD, Jamieson AJ, Drazen JC. Comparative feeding ecology of abyssal and hadal fishes through stomach content and amino acid isotope analysis. Deep-Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 2016, 121, 110-120.
- Jamieson AJ, Malkocs T, Piertney SB, Fujii T, Zhang Z. Bioaccumulation of persistent organic pollutants in the deepest ocean fauna. Nature Ecology and Evolution 2017, 1, 0051.
- Danovaro R, Aguzzi J, Fanelli E, Billet D, Gjerde K, Jamieson AJ, Ramirez-Llodra E, Smith CR, Snelgrove PVR, Thomsen L, Van Dover CL. An ecosystem-based deep-ocean strategy. Science 2017, 355(6324), 452-454.
- Linley TD, Stewart A, McMillan P, Clark M, Gerringer ME, Drazen JC, Fujii T, Jamieson AJ. Bait attending fishes of the abyssal zone and hadal boundary: community structure, functional groups and species distribution in the Kermadec, New Hebrides and Mariana trenches. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 2017, 121, 38-53.
- Ritchie H, Jamieson AJ, Piertney SB. Population genetic structure of two congeneric deep-sea amphipod species from geographically isolated hadal trenches in the Pacific Ocean. Deep-Sea Research Part 1 2017, 119, 50-57.
- Lacey NC, Rowden AA, Clark MR, Kilgallen NM, Linley TD, Mayor DJ, Jamieson AJ. Community structure and diversity of scavenging amphipods from bathyal to hadal depths in three South Pacific Trenches. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 2016, 111, 121-137.
- Fujii T, Jamieson AJ. Fine-scale monitoring of fish movements and multiple environmental parameters around a decommissioned offshore oil platform: A pilot study in the North Sea. Ocean Engineering 2016, 126, 481-487.
- Linley TD, Gerringer ME, Yancey PH, Drazen JC, Weinstock CL, Jamieson AJ. Fishes of the hadal zone including new species, in situ observations and depth records of Liparidae. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 2016, 114, 99-110.
- Ritchie H, Jamieson AJ, Piertney SB. Isolation and Characterization of Microsatellite DNA Markers in the Deep-Sea Amphipod Paralicella tenuipes by Illumina Miseq Sequencing. Journal of Heredity 2016, 107(4), 367-371.
- Jamieson AJ. Landers: Baited Cameras and Traps. In: Clarke, M; Consalvey, M; Rowden, AA, ed. Biological Sampling in the Deep Sea. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016, pp.228-259.
- Eustace RM, Ritchie H, Kilgallen NM, Piertney SB, Jamieson AJ. Morphological and ontogenetic stratification of abyssal and hadal Eurythenes gryllus sensu lato (Amphipoda: Lysianassoidea) from the Peru–Chile Trench. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 2016, 109, 91-98.
- Ritchie H, Jamieson AJ, Piertney SB. Phylogenetic relationships among hadal amphipods of the Superfamily Lysianassoidea: Implications for taxonomic revision and biogeographic distribution. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 2016, 105, 119-131.
- Jamieson AJ. The Hadal Zone; Life in the Deepest Oceans. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2015.
- Craig J, Priede IG, Aguzzi J, Company JB, Jamieson AJ. Abundant bioluminescent sources of low-light intensity in the deep Mediterranean Sea and North Atlantic Ocean. Marine Biology 2015, 162, 1637-1649.
- Craig J, Youngbluth M, Jamieson AJ, Priede IG. Near seafloor bioluminescence, macrozooplankton and macroparticles at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 2015, 98, 62-75.
- Ichino MC, Clark MR, Drazen JC, Jamieson AJ, Jones DOB, Martin AP, Rowden AA, Shank TM, Yancey PH, Ruhl HA. The distribution of benthic biomass in hadal trenches: a modelling approach to investigate the effect of vertical and lateral organic matter transport to the seafloor. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research papers 2015, 100, 21-33.
- Yancey PH, Gerringer ME, Drazen JC, Rowden AA, Jamieson AJ. Marine fish may be biochemically constrained from inhabiting deepest ocean depths. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2014, 111(12), 4461-4465.
- Amon DJ, Wiklund H, Dahlgren TG, Copley JT, Smith CR, Jamieson AJ, Glover AG. Molecular taxonomy of Osedax (Annelida: Siboglinidae) in the Southern Ocean. Zoologica Scripta 2014, 43(4), 405-417.
- Fujii T, Kilgallen NM, Rowden AA, Jamieson AJ. Amphipod community structure across abyssal to hadal depths in the Peru-Chile and the Kermadec Trenches. Marine Ecology Progress Series 2013, 492, 125-138.
- Glover AG, Wiklund H, Taboada S, Avila C, Smith CR, Kemp KM, Jamieson AJ, Dahlgren TG. Bone-eating worms from the Antarctic: the contrasting fate of whale and wood remains on the Southern Ocean seafloor. Proceedings of the Royal Society Part B 2013, 208(1768), 20131390.
- Jamieson AJ, Boorman B, Jones DOB. Deep-Sea Sampling. In: Eleftheriou, E, ed. Methods for the Study of Marine Benthos. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013.
- Chalmers SJ, Jamieson AJ, Polanski JR, Priede IG, Bagley PM. Design and implementation of a low-cost near-shore cabled observatory. In: OCEANS-Bergen. 2013, Bergen, Norway: MTS/IEEE.
- Adrián-Martínez S. Detection potential of the KM3NeT detector for high-energy neutrinos from the Fermi bubbles. Astroparticle Physics 2013, 42, 7-14.
- Jeffreys RM, Burke C, Jamieson AJ, Narayanaswamy B, Ruhl HA, Smith KL, Witte U. Feeding preferences of abyssal macrofauna inferred from in situ pulse chase experiments. PLOS One 2013, 8(11), e80510. In Preparation.
- Cousins NJ, Linley TD, Jamieson AJ, Bagley PM, Blades H, Box T, Chambers R, Ford A, Shields MA, Priede IG. Bathyal demersal fishes of Charlie-Gibbs Fracture Zone region (49-54°N) of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge: II. Baited camera lander observations. Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 2013, 98(Part B), 397-406.
- Blanco R, Shields MA, Jamieson AJ. Macrofouling of deep-sea instrumentation after three years at 3690 m depth in the Charlie Gibbs Fracture Zone, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, with emphasis on hydroids (Cnidaria: Hydrozoa). Deep-Sea Research II 2013, 98, 370-373.
- Eustace RM, Kilgallen NM, Lacey NC, Jamieson AJ. Population structure of the hadal amphipod Hirondellea gigas from the Izu-Bonin Trench. Journal of Crustacean Biology 2013, 33(6), 793-801.
- Lacey NC, Jamieson AJ, Søreide F. Successful capture of ultra-deep sea animals from the Puerto Rico Trench. Sea Technology 2013, 54(3), 19-21.
- Jamieson AJ, Lacey NC, Lörz AN, Rowden AA, Piertney SB. The supergiant amphipod Alicella gigantea (Crustacea: Alicellidae) from hadal depths in the Kermadec Trench, SW Pacific Ocean. Deep-Sea Research II 2013, 92, 107-113.
- Søreide F, Jamieson AJ. Ultradeep-sea exploration in the Puerto Rico Trench. In: Oceans '13. 2013, Bergen, Norway: MTS/IEEE.
- Jamieson AJ, Lörz AN, Fujii T, Priede IG. In situ observations of trophic behaviour and locomotion of Princaxelia amphipods (Crustacea, Pardaliscidae) at hadal depths in four West Pacific Trenches. Journal of the Marine Biology Association of the United Kingdom 2012, 91(1), 143-150.
- Jamieson AJ, Priede IG, Craig J. Distinguishing between the abyssal macrourids Coryphaenoides yaquinae and C. armatus from in situ photography. Deep-Sea Research I 2012, 64, 78-85.
- Jamieson AJ, Fujii T, Priede IG. Locomotory activity and feeding strategy of the hadal munnopsid isopod Rectisura cf. herculea (Crustacea: Asellota) in the Japan Trench. Journal of Experimental Biology 2012, 215, 3010-3017.
- Jamieson AJ, Yancey PH. On the validity of the Trieste flatfish; dispelling the myth. Biological Bulletin 2012, 222, 171-175.
- Hunter WR, Jamieson AJ, Huvenne VAI, Witte U. Sediment community responses to marine vs. terrigenous organic matter in a submarine canyon. Biogeosciences Discussions 2012, 9, 11331-11374.
- Aguzzi J, Jamieson AJ, Fujii T, Sbragaglia V, Costa C, Menesatti P, Fujiwara Y. Shifting feeding behaviour of deep-sea buccinid gastropods at natural and simulated food falls. Marine Ecology Progress Series 2012, 458, 247-253.
- Jamieson AJ, Kilgallen NM, Rowden AA, Fujii T, Horton T, Lörz AN, Kitazawa K, Priede IG. Bait-attending fauna of the Kermadec Trench, SW Pacific Ocean: evidence for an ecotone across the abyssal-hadal transition zone. Deep-Sea Research I 2011, 58, 49-62.
- Jamieson AJ. Ecology of Deep Oceans: Hadal Trenches. Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (ELS) 2011.
- Jamieson AJ, Gebruk A, Fujii T, Solan M. Functional effects of the hadal sea cucumber Elpidia atakama (Holothuroidea, Elasipodida) reflect small scale patterns of resource availability. Marine Biology 2011, 158 (12), 2695-2703.
- Bagley PM. KM3NeT Technical Design Report for a Deep-Sea Research Infrastructure in the Mediterranean Sea Incorporating a Very Large Volume Neutrino Telescope, Technical Report. 2011.
- Craig J, Jamieson AJ, Bagley PM, Priede IG. Naturally occurring bioluminescence on the deep-sea floor. Journal of Marine Systems 2011, 88, 563-567.
- Craig J, Jamieson AJ, Bagley PM, Priede IG. Seasonal variation of deep-sea bioluminescence in the Ionian Sea. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A 2011, doi:10.1016/j.nima.2010.04.074.
- Wolff GA, Billett DSM, Bett BJ, Holtvoeth J, FitzGeorge-Balfour T, Fisher EH, Cross I, Shannon R, Salter I, Boorman B, King NJ, Jamieson AJ, Chaillan F. The Effects of Natural Iron Fertilisation on Deep-Sea Ecology: The Crozet Plateau, Southern Indian Ocean. PLOS One 2011, 6(6), e20697.
- Jamieson AJ, Fujii T, Bagley PM, Priede IG. The scavenging dependency of the deepwater eel Synaphobranchus kaupii on the Portuguese dogfish Centroscymnus coelolepis. Journal of Fish Biology 2011, 79, 205-216.
- Jamieson AJ, Fujii T. Trench Connection. Biology Letters 2011, 7, 641-643.
- Fujii T, Jamieson AJ, Solan M, Bagley PM, Priede IG. A large aggregation of liparids at 7703 m depth and a reappraisal of the abundance and diversity of hadal fish. Bioscience 2010, 60(7), 506-515.
- Craig J, Jamieson AJ, Hutson R, Zuur AF, Priede IG. Factors influencing the abundance of deep pelagic bioluminescent zooplankton in the Mediterranean Sea. Deep-Sea Research I 2010, 57, 1474-1484. In Preparation.
- Jamieson AJ, Fujii T, Mayor DJ, Solan M, Priede IG. Hadal Trenches: the ecology of the deepest places on Earth. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 2010, 25(3), 190-197.
- Craig J, Jamieson AJ, Heger A, Priede IG. Distribution of bioluminescent organisms in the Mediterranean Sea and predicted effects on a deep-sea neutrino telescope. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A 2009, 602, 224-226.
- Jamieson AJ, Fujii T, Solan M, Matsumoto AK, Bagley PM, Priede IG. First findings of decapod crustacea in the hadal-zone. Deep-Sea Research I 2009, 56, 641-647.
- Jamieson AJ, Fujii T, Solan M, Priede IG. HADEEP: Free-falling landers to the deepest places on Earth. Marine Technology Society Journal 2009, 43(5), 151-159.
- Jamieson AJ, Solan M, Fujii T. Imaging deep-sea life beyond the abyssal zone. Sea Technology 2009, 50(3), 41-46.
- Jamieson AJ, Fujii T, Solan M, Matsumoto AK, Bagley PM, Priede IG. Liparid and Macrourid fishes of the hadal zone: In situ observations of activity and feeding behaviour. Proceedings of the Royal Society Part B 2009, 276, 1037-1045.
- Kemp KM, Jamieson AJ, Bagley PM, Collins MA, Priede IG. A new technique for periodic bait release at a deep-sea camera platform: First results from the Charlie–Gibbs Fracture Zone, Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Deep Sea Research II 2008, 55(1-2), 218-228.
- King NJ, Jamieson AJ, Bagley PM, Priede IG. Deep-sea scavenging demersal fish fauna of the Nazaré Canyon system, Iberian coast, Northeast Atlantic Ocean. Journal of Fish Biology 2008, 72, 1804-1814.
- Priede IG, Jamieson AJ, Heger A, Craig J, Zuur AF. The potential influence of bioluminescence from marine animals on a deep-sea underwater neutrino telescope array in the Mediterranean sea. Deep Sea Research I 2008, 55, 1474-1483.
- Bailey DM, Wagner HJ, Jamieson AJ, Ross MF, Priede IG. A taste of the deep-sea: the roles of olfactory, gustatory and tactile searching behaviour by the deep-sea grenadier fish Coryphaenoides armatus. Deep Sea Research I 2007, 54, 99-108.
- Worall MG, Jamieson AJ, Holford AE, Neilson RD, Player MA, Bagley PM. A variable buoyancy system for deep ocean vehicles. In: Oceans '07. 2007.
- Heger A, King NJ, Wigham BD, Jamieson AJ, Bagley PM, Priede IG, Pfannkuche O. Bioluminescent aggregations of Vargula norvegica (Ostracoda) at artificial food falls at 1000m depth in carbonate mound provinces of the NE Atlantic. Marine Biology 2007, 151 (4), 1471-1478.
- Gillibrand EJV, Bagley PM, Jamieson AJ, Herring PJ, Partridge JC, Collins MA, Milne R, Priede IG. Deep Sea Benthic Bioluminescence at Artificial Food falls, 1000 to 4800m depth, in the Porcupine Seabight and Abyssal Plain, North East Atlantic Ocean. Marine Biology 2007, 150, 1053-1060.
- Gillibrand EJV, Jamieson AJ, Bagley PM, Zuur AF, Priede IG. Seasonal development of a deep pelagic bioluminescent layer in the temperate northeast Atlantic Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series 2007, 341, 37-44.
- Jamieson AJ, Bailey DM, Wagner HJ, Bagley PM, Priede IG. Behavioural responses to structures on the seafloor by the deep-sea fish Coryphaenoides armatus: Implications for the use of baited landers. Deep Sea Research I 2006, 53, 1157-1166.
- Kemp KM, Jamieson AJ, Bagley PM, McGrath H, Bailey DM, Collins MA, Priede IG. Consumption of a large bathyal food fall, a six month study in the north-east Atlantic. Marine Ecology Progress Series 2006, 310, 65-76.
- Jamieson AJ, Godø OR, Bagley PM, Partridge JC, Priede IG. Illumination of trawl gear by mechanically stimulated bioluminescence. Fisheries Research 2006, 81, 276-282.
- Worall MG, Bagley PM, Jamieson AJ, Holford AE, Player MA, Neilson RD. The development of a variable buoyancy system. In: Proceedings of the Worlds Maritime Technology Conference. 2006, IMarEST.
- Bailey DM, Genard B, Collins MA, Rees JF, Unsworth SK, Battle EJV, Bagley PM, Jamieson AJ, Priede IG. High swimming and metabolic activity in the deep-sea eel Synaphobranchus kaupii revealed by integrated in situ and in vitro measurements. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 2005, 78, 335-346.
- Bagley PM, Priede IG, Jamieson AJ, Bailey DM, Battle EJV, Henriques C, Kemp KM. Lander techniques for deep ocean biological research. Underwater Technology 2005, 26(1), 3-11.
- Bailey DM, Bagley PM, Jamieson AJ, Cromarty A, Collins MA, Tselepidis A, Priede IG. Life in a warm deep sea: routine activity and burst swimming performance of the shrimp Acanthephyra eximia in the abyssal Mediterranean. Marine Biology 2005, 146, 1199-1206.
- Jamieson AJ, Bagley PM. The ROBIO and DOBO landers: Deep-sea biodiversity surveys in areas of anthropogenic activity. Sea Technology 2005, 46 (1), 54-57.
- Bagley PM, Jamieson AJ, Player M. A buoyancy control system. Ablett and Stebbing, London, UK, Patent application No.0319812.4, 2003.
- Bailey DM, Bagley PM, Jamieson AJ, Collins MA, Priede IG. In situ investigation of burst swimming and muscle performance in the deep-sea fish Antimora rostrata (Günther, 1878). Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 2003, 285-286, 295-311.
- Bailey DM, Jamieson AJ, Bagley PM, Collins MA, Priede IG. Measurement of in situ oxygen consumption of deep-sea fish using an autonomous lander vehicle. Deep-Sea Research I 2002, 49, 1519-1529.