Alan J Jamieson
Affiliation: University of Aberdeen
- Locomotory activity and feeding strategy of the hadal munnopsid isopod Rectisura cf. herculea (Crustacea: Asellota) in the Japan TrenchAlan J Jamieson
Oceanlab, Institute of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Aberdeen, Main Street, Newburgh, Aberdeenshire, AB41 6AA, UK
J Exp Biol 215:3010-7. 2012..These observations also revealed the isopod to be a bait-attending and aggregative species and suggest that it may not be obligatorily selecting infaunal food sources as previously thought...
- Liparid and macrourid fishes of the hadal zone: in situ observations of activity and feeding behaviourA J Jamieson
Oceanlab, University of Aberdeen, Main Street, Newburgh, Aberdeenshire AB41 6AA, UK
Proc Biol Sci 276:1037-45. 2009..76, whereas N. kermadecensis (mean length 31.5 cm) displayed respective values of 1.04 and 2.08 Hz. Despite living at extreme depths, these endemic liparids exhibit similar activity levels compared with shallow-water liparids...
- Hadal trenches: the ecology of the deepest places on EarthAlan J Jamieson
University of Aberdeen, Newburgh, AB41 6AA, UK
Trends Ecol Evol 25:190-7. 2010..The application of existing, rather than the generation of novel, ecological theory offers the best prospect of understanding deep ocean ecology...
- Trench connectionAlan J Jamieson
Oceanlab, Institute of Biological and Environmental Science, University of Aberdeen, Main Street, Newburgh, Aberdeenshire AB41 6AA, UK
Biol Lett 7:641-3. 2011..Hadal science is still at relatively rudimentary levels compared with those of shallower marine environments; however, it became apparent at the symposium that it is now an ever-expanding scientific field...
- Scavenging interactions between the arrow tooth eel Synaphobranchus kaupii and the Portuguese dogfish Centroscymnus coelolepisA J Jamieson
Oceanlab, Institute of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Aberdeen, Main Street, Newburgh, Aberdeenshire AB41 6AA, UK
J Fish Biol 79:205-16. 2011..coelolepis declined, S. kaupii was observed to be present but waited for >2 h before feeding, thus contradicting conventional scavenging assumptions in the presence of a food fall...
- High swimming and metabolic activity in the deep-sea eel Synaphobranchus kaupii revealed by integrated in situ and in vitro measurementsDavid M Bailey
Oceanlab, University of Aberdeen, Newburgh, Aberdeenshire AB41 6AA, United Kingdom
Physiol Biochem Zool 78:335-46. 2005....