Meet the team

Dr Daniel Jones

Dr Daniel Jones

SERPENT Project Coordinator

SERPENT Project Management Office
Room 496/02
Ocean Biogeochemistry and Ecosystems
National Oceanography Centre
European Way
SO14 3ZH - UK
Tel: +44 (0) 2380 59 63 57
Fax: +44 (0) 2380 59 62 47

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Current Research

My research is in benthic ecological pattern and process particularly related to both anthropogenic and natural disturbance. I am assessing disturbance related effects across a range of scales, from megafaunal and meiofaunal communities to individual organism physiology. Most of my research is field based, principally with remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs). Some of my current research is listed in more detail below.


Samoa benthic image
Benthic Ecology

I have studied the megafaunal communities from the seashore to 2000 meters in depth in the Faroe-Shetland Channel and Norwegian Sea. The ecosystems in this area are highly diverse and spatially variable owing to the rapid changes in physical oceanography as warm Atlantic water overlays cold Arctic water. I first started work in the Faroe-Shetland Channel investigating the natural variations in the deep-water communities along the channel axis using a towed camera platform. Through my work with the SERPENT project I have led many ROV studies and been involved in several other investigations of the megafauna around the hydrocarbon fields throughout this area.

I also focused on a number of other areas including the Arctic (east Greenland, Iceland and the Barents Sea), Antarctica (Weddell Sea), west Africa (Mauritania, Ivory Coast, Angola, Nigeria), southern Europe (Portugal) and the tropical Americas (Bonaire, Bahamas and Atlantic Venezuela). This work has used a variety of techniques to assess benthic ecology including ROVs, AUVs, SCUBA diving, camera platforms, satellite imaging and vessel-based sampling.

Faroe-Shetland Channel benthic image
Disturbance in the Deep Sea

The effects of both natural and anthropogenic disturbance across a range of scales has also been of interest to me. I concentrated on the effects of disturbance from oil and gas drilling activities in the deep-sea, or at least beyond the reach of divers. Through working closely with the key companies working in these areas with SERPENT, we have been able to access many newly disturbed and some recovering sites with highly capable work class ROVs. My initial interest was in describing the broad-scale community-level responses to disturbance but I am now principally using in situ experimental techniques, made possible with the manipulation capacity of the ROVs, to try and understand the responses of key benthic organisms to disturbance. I am also interested in experimentally assessing important ecosystem functions, such as bioturbation, and investigating how these are affected by disturbance. In addition, I have worked on iceberg and sediment related disturbance in the polar regions.

ROV camera image
Underwater Imaging

Ecological information that can be gained from seabed imaging, principally through photographs and video has also been of great interest. I developed and evaluated methodologies for image analysis from a variety of platforms to successfully investigate aspects of megafaunal communities throughout the world's oceans. My current work on broad-scale assessment and characterisation of marine communities uses acoustic and conventional imaging (habitat mapping and landscape ecology).

Carbon transfer to the deep-sea

At present I am engaged on a number of projects assessing the role of gelatinous organisms in carbon transfer to the deep sea. I think this represents an important and often ignored source of carbon for deep-water communities.

Other Details

I am currently a senior researcher in the DEEPSEAS group at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton. I have run the SERPENT project since 2006. I have a PhD in deep-water polar community ecology from the University of Southampton, a MSc in marine resource management (with distinction) from Heriot-Watt University and a BSc in marine biology (first class) from the University of Wales, Bangor. I am a trained commercial SCUBA diver.

OrcID 0000-0001-5218-1649


Peer-reviewed papers

46. Gehlen, M., Séférian, R., Jones, D. O. B., Roy, T., Roth, R., Barry, J., Bopp, L., Doney, S. C., Dunne, J. P., Heinze, C., Joos, F., Orr, J. C., Resplandy, L., Segschneider, J., Tjiputra, J. (2014) Projected pH reductions by 2100 might put deep North Atlantic biodiversity at risk. Biogeosciences Discuss. 11(6):8607-8634. DOI: 10.5194/bgd-11-8607-2014

45. Higgs, N. D., Gates, A. R., Jones, D. O. B. (2014) Fish Food in the Deep Sea: Revisiting the Role of Large Food-Falls. PLoS ONE 9(5):e96016. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0096016

44. Pham, C. P., Ramirez-Llodra, E., Alt, C. H. S., Amaro, T., Bergmann, M., Canals, M., Company, J. B., Davies, J., Duineveld, G., Galgani, F., Gomes-Pereira, J. N., Howell, K. L., Huvenne, V. A. I., Isidro, E., Jones, D. O. B., Lastras, G., Morato, T., Purser, A., Stewart, H., Tojeira, I., Tubau, X., Rooij, D. V., Tyler, P. A. (2014) Marine litter distribution and abundance in European Seas, from the shelf to deep basins. PLoS ONE. 9(4):e95839. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0095839

43. Lucas, C. H., Jones, D. O. B., Condon, R. H., Duarte, C. M., Hollyhead, C. J., Graham, W. M., Robinson, K. L., Pitt, K. A., Shildhauer, M., Regetz, J. (2014) Gelatinous zooplankton biomass in the global ocean: geographic variation and environmental drivers. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 23(7):701–714. DOI: 10.1111/geb.12169

42. Thurber, A. R., Sweetman, A. K., Narayanaswamy, B.E., Jones, D. O. B., Ingels, J., Hansman, R. L. (accepted) Ecosystem function and services provided by the deep sea. Biogeosciences. DOI: 10.5194/bgd-10-18193-2013

41. Robert, K., Jones, D. O. B., Huvenne, V. A. I. (2014) Megafaunal distribution and biodiversity in a heterogeneous landscape: Iceberg scoured Rockall Bank, NE Atlantic. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 501:67-88. DOI: 10.3354/meps10677

40. Jones, D. O. B., Yool, A., Wei, C., Henson, S. A., Ruhl, H. A., Watson, R. A., Gehlen, M. (2014) Global reductions in seafloor biomass in response to climate change. Global Change Biology. 20(6):1861–1872. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12480

39. Fowler, A. M., Macreadie, P. I., Jones, D. O. B., Booth, D. J. (2014) A multi-criteria decision approach to decommissioning of offshore oil and gas infrastructure. Ocean and Coastal Management. 87:20-29. DOI: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2013.10.019

38. Mora, C., Wei, C., Rollo, A., Amaro, T., Baco, A. R., Billett, D., Bopp, L., Chen, Q., Collier, M., Danovaro, R., Gooday, A. J., Grupe, B. M., Halloran, P. R., Ingels, J., Jones, D. O. B., Levin, L. A., Nakano, H., Norling, K., Ramirez-Llodra, E., Rex, M., Ruhl, H. A., Smith, C. R., Sweetman, A. K., Thurber, A. R., Tjiputra, J. F., Usseglio, P., Watling. L., Wu, T. and Yasuhara, M. (2013) Biotic and human vulnerability to projected changes in ocean biogeochemistry over the 21st century. PLoS Biology. 11(10):e1001682. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1001682

37. Linley, T. D., Alt, C. H. S., Jones, D. O. B., Priede, I. G. (2013) Bathyal demersal fishes of the Charlie Gibbs Fracture Zone region (49°-54°N) of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge: III. Results from remotely operated vehicle (ROV) video transects. Deep-Sea Research II. 98(B):407-411. DOI: 10.1016/j.dsr2.2013.08.013

36. Vardaro, M. F., Smith, K. L., Rowe, G. T., Priede, I. G., Bagley, P. M., Bett, B. J., Ruhl, H. A., Jones, D. O. B., Risien, C., Bailey, D. M., Sangolay, B. B., Walls, A., Clarke, J. (2013) A Southeast Atlantic deep-ocean observatory: first experiences and results. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. 11:304-315. DOI: 10.4319/lom.2013.11.304

35. Pape, E., Bezerra, T. N., Jones, D. O. B., and Vanreusel, A. (2013) Unravelling the environmental drivers of deep-sea nematode biodiversity and its relation with carbon remineralisation along a longitudinal primary productivity gradient. Biogeosciences. 10:3127-3143. DOI: 10.5194/bg-10-3127-2013

34. Jones, D. O. B., Alt, C. H. S., Priede, I. G., Reid, W. K., Wigham, B. D., Billett, D. S. M., Gebruk, A., Rogacheva, A. and Gooday, A. J. (2013) Deep-sea surface-dwelling enteropneusts from the Mid-Atlantic Ridge: their ecology, distribution and mode of life. Deep-Sea Research II. 98(B):374-387. DOI: 10.1016/j.dsr2.2013.05.009

33. Jones, D. O. B., Mrabure, C. and Gates, A. R. (2013) Changes in deep-water epibenthic megafaunal assemblages in relation to seabed slope on the Nigerian margin. Deep-Sea Research I. 78:49-57. DOI: 10.1016/j.dsr.2013.04.005

32. Alt, C. H. S., Rogacheva, A., Boorman, B., Hughes, J. A., Billett, D. S. M., Gooday, A. J., Jones, D. O. B. (2013) Trawled megafaunal invertebrate assemblages from bathyal depth of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (48°-54°N). Deep-Sea Research II. 98(B):326-340. DOI: 10.1016/j.dsr2.2013.02.003

31. Priede, I. G., Bergstad, O. A., Miller, P. I., Vecchione, M., Gebruk, A., Falkenhaug, T., Billett, D. S. M, Craig, J., Dale, A. C., Shields, M. A., Tilstone, G. H., Sutton, T. T., Gooday, A. J., Inall, M. E., Jones, D. O. B., Martinez-Vicente, V., Menezes, G. M., Niedzielski, T., Sigurđsson, Ţ., Rothe, N., Rogacheva, A., Alt, C. H. S., Brand, T., Abell, R., Brierley, A. S., Cousins, N. J., Crockard, D., Hoelzel, A. R., Hřines, Ĺ., Letessier, T. B., Read, J. F., Shimmield, T., Cox, M. J., Galbraith, J. K., Gordon, J. D. M., Horton, T., Neat, F., Lorance, P. (2013) Does presence of a Mid Ocean Ridge enhance biomass and biodiversity? PLoS ONE. 8(5):e61550 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0061550

30. Pape, E., Jones, D. O. B., Manini, E., Bezerra, T. N., Vanreusel, A. (2013) Benthic-pelagic coupling: effects on nematode communities along southern European continental margins. PLoS ONE. 8(4):e59954. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0059954

29. Bell, J. B., Jones, D. O. B. and Alt, C. H. S. (2013) Lebensspuren of the Bathyal Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Deep-Sea Research II. 98(B):341-351. DOI: 10.1016/j.dsr2.2012.09.004

28. Gates, A. R. and Jones, D. O. B. (2012) Recovery of benthic megafauna from anthropogenic disturbance at a hydrocarbon drilling well (380 m depth in the Norwegian Sea). PLoS ONE. 7(10):e44114. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0044114

27. Jones, D. O. B., Gates, A. R. and Lausen, B. (2012) Recovery of deep-water megafaunal assemblages from hydrocarbon drilling disturbance in the Faroe-Shetland Channel. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 461:71-82. DOI: 10.3354/meps09827

26. Moeseneder, M. M., Smith Jr., K. L. , Ruhl, H. A., Jones, D. O. B., Witte, U., Prosser, J. I. (2012) Temporal and depth-related differences in prokaryotic communities in abyssal sediments associated with particulate organic carbon flux. Deep-Sea Research I. 70:26–35. DOI: 10.1016/j.dsr.2012.07.010.

25. Priede, I. G., Osborn, K. J., Gebruk, A. V., Jones, D. O. B., Shale, D., Rogacheva, A., Holland, N. D. (2012) Observations on torquaratorid acorn worms (Hemichordata, Enteropneusta) from the North Atlantic with descriptions of a new genus and three new species. Invertebrate Biology. 131(3):244–257. DOI: 10.1111/j.1744-7410.2012.00266.x

24. Jones, D. O. B. and Brewer, M. E. (2012) Response of megabenthic assemblages to different scales of habitat heterogeneity on the Mauritanian Slope. Deep-Sea Research Part I. 67:98-110. DOI: 10.1016/j.dsr.2012.05.006

23. Gooday, A. J., Bett, B. J., Jones, D. O. B. and Kitazato, H. (2012) The influence of productivity on abyssal foraminiferal biodiversity. Marine Biodiversity. 42(4):415-431. DOI: 10.1007/s12526-012-0121

22. Gooday, A. J., Alt, C., Jones, D. O. B., Shale, D., Marsden, K. and Brasier, M. D. (2013) The ecology and biogeography of Discospirina tenuissima (Foraminifera) in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. Deep-Sea Research II. 98(B):301-314. DOI: 10.1016/j.dsr2.2012.05.001

21. Gates, A. R., Jones, D. O. B., Cartes, J. E. (2012) In situ video observations of benthic megafauna and fishes from the deep eastern Mediterranean Sea off Egypt. African Journal of Marine Science. 34(2):215-222. DOI: 10.2989/1814232X.2012.675121

20. Relles, N. J., Jones, D. O. B., Mishra, D. (2012) Creating landscape-scale maps of coral reef cover for marine reserve management from high resolution multispectral remote sensing. GIScience & Remote Sensing. 49(2):251–274. DOI: 10.2747/1548-1603.49.2.251

19. Lebrato, M., Pitt, K. A., Sweetman, A. K., Jones, D. O. B., Cartes, J. E. (2012) Jelly-falls historic and recent observations: a synthesis to drive future research directions. Hydrobiologia. 690(1):227-245. DOI: 10.1007/s10750-012-1046-8

18. Hirai, J. & Jones, D. O. B. (2012) The temporal and spatial distribution of krill (Meganyctiphanes norvegica) at the deep seabed of the Faroe-Shetland Channel, UK: a potential mechanism for rapid carbon flux to deep sea communities. Marine Biology Research. 8(1):48-60. DOI: 10.1080/17451000.2011.594891

17. Jones, D. O. B., Cruz-Motta, J. J., Bone, D, Kaariainen, J. I. (2012) Effects of oil drilling activity on the deep-water megabenthos of the Orinoco fan, Venezuela. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK. 92(2): 245–253. DOI: 10.1017/S0025315411001123

16. Lebrato, M., Pahlow, M., Oschlies, A., Pitt, K. A., Jones, D. O. B., Molinero, J-C. and Condon, R. H. (2011) Depth attenuation of organic matter export associated with jelly falls. Limnology & Oceanography. 56:1917-1928. DOI: 10.4319/lo.2011.56.5.1917

15. Hughes, S. J. M., Jones, D. O. B., Hauton, C., Gates, A. R. & Hawkins, L. E. (2010) An assessment of drilling disturbance on Echinus acutus var. norvegicus based on in-situ observations and experiments using a remotely operated vehicle (ROV). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 395(1-2): 37-47

14. Lebrato, M., Iglesias-Rodriguez, D., Feely, R., Greeley, D., Jones, D. O. B., Suarez-Bosche, N., Lampitt, R., Cartes, J., Green, D., Alker, B. (2010) Global contribution of echinoderms to the marine carbon cycle: a re-assessment of the oceanic CaCO3 budget and the benthic compartments. Ecological Monographs. 80(3): 441-467

13. Lebrato, M. & Jones, D. O. B. (2009) Mass deposition event of Pyrosoma atlanticum carcasses off Ivory Coast (West Africa). Limnology and Oceanography. 54(4): 1197–1209

12. Jones, D. O. B. (2009) Using existing industrial remotely operated vehicles for deep-sea science. Zoologica Scripta 38(s1): 41-47

11. Jones, D. O. B., Bett, B. J., Wynn, R. B. and Masson, D. G. (2009) The use of towed camera platforms in deep-water science. International Journal of the Society for Underwater Technology. 28(2): 41-50

10. Dowdeswell, J. A., Evans, J., Mugford, R., Griffiths, G., McPhail, S. D., Millard, N., Stevenson, P., Brandon, M. A., Banks, C., Heywood, K. J., Price, M. R., Dodd, P. A., Jenkins, A., Nicholls, K. W., Hayes, D., Abrahamsen, E. P., Tyler, P. A., Bett, B. J., Jones, D. O. B., Wadhams, P., Wilkinson, J. P., Stansfield, K., Ackley, S. (2008) Instruments and Methods: Autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) and investigations of the ice-ocean interface: deploying the Autosub AUV in Antarctic and Arctic waters. Journal of Glaciology. 54(187): 661–672

9. Jones, D. O. B., Bett, B. J. and Tyler, P. A. (2007) Depth related changes to density, diversity and structure of benthic megafaunal assemblages in the Fimbul ice shelf region, Weddell Sea, Antarctica. Polar Biology. 30:1579-1592

8. Jones, D. O. B., Bett, B. J. and Tyler, P. A. (2007) Depth related changes in the arctic epibenthic megafaunal assemblages of Kangerdlugssuaq, East Greenland. Marine Biology Research. 3: 191-204

7. Jones, D. O. B., Wigham, B. D., Hudson, I. R. and Bett, B. J. (2007) Anthropogenic disturbance of deep-sea megabenthic communities investigated using Remotely Operated Vehicles (Faroe-Shetland Channel, NE Atlantic). Marine Biology. 151: 1731-1741 Download

6. Jones, D. O. B., Bett, B. J. and Tyler, P. A. (2007) Megabenthic ecology of the deep Faroe-Shetland Channel: a photographic study. Deep-Sea Research Part I. 54: 1111-1128

5. Jones, D. O. B., Hudson, I. R. and Bett, B. J.(2006) Effects of physical disturbance on the cold-water megafaunal communities of the Faroe-Shetland Channel. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 319: 43-54 Download

4. Staudigel, H., Hart, S. R., Pile, A. J., Bailey, B. E., Baker, E. T., Brooke, S., Connelly, D. P., Haucke, L., German, C. R., Hudson, I. R., Jones, D. O. B., Koppers, A. A. P., Konter, J. G., Lee, R., Pietsch, T. W., Tebo, B. M., Templeton, A. S., Zierenberg, R., Young, C. M. (2006) Vailulu'u Seamount, Samoa: Life and death on an active submarine volcano. PNAS 103: 6448-6453

3. Jones, D. O. B., McPhail, S. D., Bett, B. J., Flewellen, C. and Conquer, M. (2005) Seabed photography from an autonomous underwater vehicle. Journal of Marine Science and Environment. C3: 29-36

2. Hudson, I. R., Jones, D. O. B. and Wigham, B. D. (2005) A review of the uses of work-class ROVs for the benefits of science: Lessons learned from the SERPENT project. International Journal of the Society for Underwater Technology. 26(3): 51-56

1. Laurenson, C., Hudson, I. R., Jones, D. O. B., Priede, I. G. (2004) Deepwater observations of monkfish, Lophius piscatorius, in the Northeastern Atlantic Ocean by means of a remotely operated vehicle. Journal of Fish Biology 65: 947-960

Books and book chapters

Jamieson, A. J., Boorman, B. and Jones, D. O. B. (2013) Deep-Sea Sampling. In: Methods for the Study of Marine Benthos (Eds. A. Eleftheriou) 4th Edition, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford. ISBN: 978-0-632-05488-6. DOI: 10.1002/9781118542392.ch7

Jones, D. O. B. and Gates, A. R. (2010) Deep-sea life of Scotland and Norway. Ophiura press, UK. ISBN 978-0-9565832-0-8

Other publications

Jones, D. O. B., Mrabure, C. & Gates, A. R. (2011) Using industrial remotely operated vehicles in stand-by time for deep-water biodiversity assessment: a case study from offshore Nigeria. Proceedings of the Society of Petroleum Engineers Annual Technical Conference, Denver, Colorado, USA, 30 October–2 November 2011. SPE 146439

Lebrato, M. & Jones, D. O. B. (2011) Expanding the oceanic carbon cycle: Jellyfish biomass in the biological pump. Biochemist. June 2011

Gates, A. R., Jones, D. O. B., Benfield, M., Roterman, C.N., Kröger, K., et al (2011) SERPENT Cruise Reports 2008-2010. National Oceanography Centre Cruise Report No. 02. 509pp

Jones, D. O. B. (2008) Exploring the last uncharted realm. Explorers Journal. Winter 2008.

Jones, D. O. B., McPhail, S. D., Bett, B. J., Flewellen, C. and Conquer, M. (2008) Seabed photography from an autonomous underwater vehicle. In: Collins, K. J. and Griffiths, G.(Eds) Proceedings of the International Workshop on Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Science in Extreme Environments held at the Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge, 11-13 April 2007. London: Society for Underwater Technology. p 35-47

Gates, A. R., Jones, D. O. B., Benfield, M. R., Kaariainen, J., (2008) SERPENT Cruise Reports 2007. National Oceanography Centre, Southampton Cruise Report Series No. 30. 158 pp.

Jones, D. O. B. (2008) Exploration of the Deep Reefs of Bonaire. Explorers Club Flag Report. 44. Available online

Jones, D. O. B., Park, I. F. J. & Gates, A. R.(2008) Techniques for Monitoring the Recovery of Deep, Cold-Water Habitats Following Physical Disturbance From Drilling Discharges. Proceedings of the SPE International Conference on Health, Safety, and Environment in Oil and Gas Exploration and Production, 15-17 April 2008, Nice, France. 111629-MS.

Guerin, A. J., Jensen, A. C. & Jones, D. O. B. (2007) Artificial reef properties of North Sea oil and gas production platforms. Oceans '07 Proceedings, Aberdeen, Scotland. 18-21 June 2007.

Jones, D. O. B., Kaariainen, J. I., Maclaren, E. K., Robertson, K., Pile, A. J. and Hudson, I. R. (2007) SERPENT Cruise Reports July 2002 to December 2006. National Oceanography Centre, Southampton Cruise Report Series No. 17. 248 pp.

Hudson, I. R. and Jones, D. O. B. (2006) SERPENT: Video and Images from Global Oil and Gas Operations. In: Charlesworth, M. E.(Ed) Marine and Coastal Photographs and Videos: their availability, uses and curation. Marine Environmental Data Action Group of the Inter-Agency Committee on Marine Science and Technology. Liverpool. Download.

Jones, D. O. B., Bett, B. J. & Tyler, P. A. (2006). Ecological controls on density and diversity of polar megabenthos. 11th International Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, 9-14 July 2006. Book of Abstracts. p 124.

Jones, D. O. B., Hudson, I. R. & Bett, B. J. (2006). Knowledge transfer between deep-sea science and industry: Case studies from the DIEPS project. 11th International Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, 9-14 July 2006. Book of Abstracts. 124 pp.

Wigham, B. D., Hudson, I. R., Jamieson, A. J., Jones, D. O. B. & Bailey, D. M. (2006). Oxygen consumption of the abyssal urchin Echinocrepis rostrata: BICS field trials at station M, NE Pacific. 11th International Deep-Sea Biology Symposium, 9-14 July 2006. Book of Abstracts. 124 pp.

Maclaren, E. K., Hudson, I. R. and Jones, D. O. B. (2005) What lies beneath? The oil and gas industry lets deep-sea biologists explore the deep, with captivating results. NERC Planet Earth Magazine. Winter 2005:16-18.

Jones, D. O. B. (2005) Ecological controls on density, diversity and community structure in polar megabenthos. Ph.D. Thesis, School of Ocean and Earth Science, University of Southampton.

Jones, D. O. B., Bett, B. J., Tyler, P. A. and Clarke, A., (2005) Physical controls on diversity and standing stock of polar megabenthos. SOC Research and Consultancy report No. 101. 26 pp.

Jones, D. O. B. and Hudson, I. R. (2005) In situ deepwater science onboard an offshore drilling installation. Marine Scientist.

Jones, D. O. B., Bett, B. J. and Tyler, P. A. (2005) Physical controls on diversity and abundance of polar megabenthos. 40th European Marine Biology Symposium 21-25 August 2005. Book of Abstracts. p 22.

Mustard, A. and Jones, D. O. B. (2004) Remotely Operated Photography. Underwater Photography. 19. Download.

Jones, D. O. B. (2004) Integration of ROV video survey with Geographical Information System Software. SOC Research and Consultancy report No. 86.

Jones, D. O. B. and Hudson, I. R. (2004) Industry helps science drill for knowledge.  Underwater Contractor International. Download.

Research Group (past and present)

Post-doctoral Researchers

Dr Andrew Gates, Dr Kerstin Kröger

Outreach Staff

Rob Curry, Lis Maclaren

Ph.D. Students

Completed Ph.D. students: Claudia Alt*, Andrew Guerin, Noelle Relles

Current Ph.D. students: Alistair Brown, Charlie Main, Hanna Schuster*, Katleen Robert, Matteo Ichino

I was the lead supervisor for those marked with *

Masters Students

Completed Masters students: James Bell*, Mike Brewer*, Chris Croxson*, Claire Fletcher*, Chris Fletcher*, Eoin Gunningle*, Junya Hirai*, Marta Januszewska*, Mario Lebrato*, Moira MacLean*, Raeanne Miller, Martyn Papworth, Katie Pullen, Eleanor Richards*, C. Nicolai Roterman*, Clare Ward, S. N. Raedah H. Yakub*

Research Fellows

Sabyasachi Sautya - NIO Goa, funded by InterRidge

Oliver Ashford

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