The research being undertaken in the group spans a number of topics, including assessing the impacts of deep-sea mining on seafloor and pelagic ecosystems, understanding the impact of climate change on deep-sea and polar seafloor ecosystems, quantifying the importance of organic-falls (kelp, wood, jellyfish) in biological C-cycles and structuring deep-sea communities, and exploring biogeochemical cycling in deep-sea sediments. We welcome any questions you may have. The deep-sea tripod systems are named as Free-Ascending T... Nineteenth-century investigations of the deep sea provide a case study for black box science. Since the operation started in 1990, she contributed to science investigation over 18 years. She is the deepest manned submersible in the world. Deep sea is the largest and likely the most biologically diverse ecosystem of the world, but it is also the most unknown. Timothy Shank is a deep-sea biologist, Associate Scientist in the Biology Department, and former Director of the Ocean Exploration Institute at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. The sea floor images include lots of information such as distributions of creatures, minerals and so on. Biology. The group maintains the most advanced deep-sea lander facility in the UK, which includes 2 respirometer landers (with 3 and 4 benthic chambers) , 2 baited-camera landers (with video and digital stills capability), 2 baited-trap systems and a seafloor microprofiling lander that are all rated to work at 6km depth. Specific topics have included ferromanganese-encrusted seamount communities, deep-sea corals and fisheries, hydrothermal vents, subduction zones, back-arc geology, and the geologic history of seamounts on the Pacific plate. Use this filter to view only publications with full-texts. In the late nineteenth century, French naturalists were global leaders in microbial research. These 'biofuel' stores have been used by humans from prehistoric times to more recent industrial-scale whaling. Dissatisfied with ship-based sampling of stations for a few days at... Corals are some of the conspicuous taxa in deep-sea ecosystems. Benefits to authors We also provide many author benefits, such as free PDFs, a liberal copyright policy, special discounts on Elsevier publications and much more. Welcome to the Deep-Sea Ecology and Biogeochemistry research group. The 34th European Marine Biology Symposium was held in Ponta Delgada, The Azores, between 13th and 17th September 1999. The Mediterranean Sea (< 1% of the ocean surface and contains only the 0.3% of its volume) is a hot spot of marine biodiversity containing ca 7.5% of the world marine biodiversity, associated with a multitude of habitats spreadi... A Free-Ascending Tripod (FAT) was deployed at a water depth of 2100 m to measure the currents and sediment movement at the seafloor. 11th International Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, 9-14 July 2006, Southampton, UK, Development of a hyperbaric trap-respirometer for the capture and maintenance of live deep-sea organisms, An introduction of deep sea biology: Preface, 4,000 meter hyperbaric fish trap aquaria respirometer, Deep-Sea Biology: Living with the Endless Frontier. All publications are displayed by default. MBARI and the Monterey Bay Aquarium are co-hosting the conference, which is held every three years by the Deep-Sea Biology Society. I’m happy to discuss potential postgraduate research with students with an interest marine ecology, particularly those with a desire to produce knowledge that can be used for conservation and other aspects of marine environmental management. The journal... Deep-Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers is devoted to the publication of the results of original scientific research, including theoretical work of evident oceanographic applicability; and the solution of instrumental or methodological problems with evidence of successful use. The research being undertaken in the group spans a number of topics, including assessing the impacts of deep-sea mining on seafloor and pelagic ecosystems, understanding the impact of climate change on deep-sea and polar seafloor ecosystems, quantifying the importance of organic-falls (kelp, wood, jellyfish) in biological C-cycles and structuring deep-sea communities, and exploring biogeochemical cycling in deep-sea sediments… These are the fields of study dealt with in the scientific papers of this volume. Mendeley Data Repository is free-to-use and open access. This paper presents the results and conclusions of a biological sampling project on the Ormen Lange deep-water shipwreck site. Part 1 includes paterson historical aspects by Rice, Burstyn, Carpine-Lancre, and Marsden. The life of a Deep-Sea Life editor is far easier these days and for that I thank you all! In the myriad of publicity surrounding James Cameron's latest dive, some 52 years later, the story o... EMSO, an ESFRI large-scale Research Infrastructure (European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures Roadmap), is the European-scale network of multidisciplinary seafloor and water column observatories from the Arctic to the Black Sea with the scientific objective of long-term real-time monitoring of processes related to geosphere/biosphere/hydr... Mollusca are widely used for deriving concepts on deep-sea biology and biodiversity, yet abyssal collections are limited to only a few regions of the world ocean and biased toward the northern Atlantic. For the first time, an ecosystem totally based on primary production achieved by chemosynthetic bacteria was discovered. will enhance our understanding of processes through long time s... We analysed the reproductive biology of the asteroid species Styracaster elongatus based on time-series samples from a 5000-m-deep site on the Porcupine Abyssal Plain (N.E. Its companion journal Deep-Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, publishes the regular research papers in this area. Welcome to the Deep-Sea Ecology and Biogeochemistry research group. New life forms are continuously being discovered. Human exploitation of the deep ocean is rapidly increasing, whilst becoming more visible to many through the popular media, particularly film and television. Naturalists were forced to theorize about a space for which they had no direct sensory observations. To decline or learn more, visit our Cookies page. Specific topics have included ferromanganese-encrusted seamount communities, deep-sea corals and fisheries, hydrothermal vents, subduction zones, back-arc geology, and the geologic history of seamounts on the Pacific plate. Celebrating Three Decades of Deep-Sea Research at Station M. Voyage to the Abyss. The pilots reported that on contact with the seafloor they observed a "flatfish. All rights reserved. FAT is used to better understand how and where deep-seafloor sediment moves and accumulates. The information gleaned from these projects will hopefully be used to effectively motivate more research and to help manage ocean resources across the Pacific Ocean. The Pacific is the largest ocean on our planet and yet remains largely unexplored. Bathymetric patterns in standing stocks and diversity are a major topic of investigation in deep-sea biology. The deep sea is interpreted to be the ocean beyond the continental shelf. Deep-Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers is devoted to the publication of the results of original scientific research, including theoretical work of evident oceanographic applicability; and the solution of instrumental or methodological problems with evidence of successful use. Its companion journal Deep-Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, publishes the regular research papers in this area. This multidisciplinary Research Topic in Frontiers in Marine Science will consist of discoveries and syntheses of the expeditions’ results from the deep Pacific region. of multidisciplinary seafloor observatories from the Arctic to the Black The next mission expected for AUVs is to bring the samples back concurrently with taking... Good data management practices are becoming increasingly important in ocean research and allowing more effective integration and reuse of data. If you require any further information or help, please visit our Support Center. 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Go, Trophic interactions of megafauna in the Mariana and Kermadec trenches inferred from stable isotope analysis, Fishes of the hadal zone including new species, in situ observations and depth records of Liparidae, Surface sediment characteristics related to provenance and ocean circulation in the Drake Passage sector of the Southern Ocean, Bathy- and mesopelagic annelida from the Arctic Ocean: Description of new, redescription of known and notes on some “cosmopolitan” species, Interpreting measurements of total alkalinity in marine and estuarine waters in the presence of proton-binding organic matter, Authigenic carbonates from newly discovered active cold seeps on the northwestern slope of the South China Sea: Constraints on fluid sources, formation environments, and seepage dynamics, A global biogeographic classification of the mesopelagic zone, Marine litter on deep Arctic seafloor continues to increase and spreads to the North at the HAUSGARTEN observatory, Challenger Deep internal wave turbulence events, Spanning the depths or depth-restricted: Three new species of Bathymodiolus (Bivalvia, Mytilidae) and a new record for the hydrothermal vent Bathymodiolus thermophilus at methane seeps along the Costa Rica margin, The Zapiola Anticyclone: A Lagrangian study of its kinematics in an eddy-permitting ocean model, You can play a part in locating publications relevant to each SDG, In support of equality, inclusion & diversity, Visibility. We are based at the Lyell Centre for Earth and Marine Science and Technology at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh Campus. Oceanography Research Paper Topics Oceanography, the science of oceans and seas, includes marine environments, coastal zone management, fisher economics, and marine pollution (Smith, 2015).