Deep-sea grenadier fish, Nezumia sp. (© NOCS 2006) Deep-sea grenadier fish, Nezumia sp. (© NOCS 2006)
Deep-sea grenadier fish, Nezumia sp. (© NOCS 2006)
Deep-sea grenadier fish, Nezumia sp. (© NOCS 2006)
Deep-sea grenadier fish, Nezumia sp. (© NOCS 2006) Deep-sea grenadier fish, Nezumia sp. (© NOCS 2006) Deep-sea grenadier fish, Nezumia sp. (© NOC 2006)
Deep-sea grenadier fish, Nezumia sp. (© NOCS 2006)
 

About deepseascape

The deepseascape website has been developed by researchers at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (NOCS).

Brian Bett

Brian joined the Institute of Oceanographic Sciences (IOS) in 1989 and has been working in deep-sea research ever since. He moved, with the rest of IOS, to the Southampton Oceanography Centre (now the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton) when it opened in 1995. One of Brian's many interests is in the use of photography for quantitative studies in the deep sea. He has extensive knowledge and experience in the use of various camera platforms; from Bathysnap to WASP (wide-angle seabed photography). Please see here for more information about Brian.

Tammy Horton

Tammy completed her PhD at Reading University and has been working in deep-sea research at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton since 2001. She has recently completed a 4-year BP-funded fellowship studying the taxonomy, biogeography and biodiversity of deep-sea amphipods. Please see here for more information about Tammy.

Maria Baker

Maria completed her PhD at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (then the Southampton Oceanography Centre) in 2001 and has since been involved with a number of deep-sea research projects. During her time as a research fellow she co-wrote a number of publications relating to deep-sea conservation and management. She is currently working on both the DC-UK project and the ChEss project. Please see here for more information about Maria.

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