上海海洋大学深渊科学技术研究中心

  深渊科学技术项目的灵感来自于“蛟龙号”。“蛟龙号”在5000米级海试和7000米级海试过程中邀请海洋科学家参与海试过程,充分挖掘了每个试验潜次的科学价值,让参试的工程技术人员体会到了科学家与工程技术人员密切结合的好处。另一方面,从2010年美国纪念人类到达马里亚纳海沟的最深处---“挑战者深渊”50周年的纪念专刊中了解到了深渊科学与技术是海洋领域最前沿的科学与技术。因此,在“蛟龙号”7000米级海试结束后,具有国际视野的海洋地质学家、也是助蛟龙号项目成功的幕后英雄、“蛟龙号”海试技术咨询专家组组长、海试现场验收组长、美国明尼苏达大学高级科学家丁抗博士给科技部提出了如下的建议:“对比目前国际上能携带科学家的载人潜水器,唯有蛟龙号能够在属于所谓HadalDepth(海斗深度,指6000-11000米的深度区间)的 6500-7100米深度段进行科研作业,而这样的深度具有极为特殊的生物活动,但是我国科技界拥有的这个独一无二的深潜优势估计将在3-5年或者更短的时间内丧失;这次的海底作业表明,蛟龙号7000米海试的下潜区域是一个具有重要科学研究意义的地点,它紧挨挑战者深渊,具有丰富和明显的生物与地质活动的多样性,并且能够得到所属国密克罗尼西亚政府的支持。 查看详情>>

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Alan Jamieson

岗位: 深渊中心专家顾问
职称: 教授
研究领域: 深渊生物勘探与相关技术
My research interests are primarily biological exploration of the deep sea and associated technology. My main focus is on exploring 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 was heavily involved in the HADEEP project (2006-2011; Nippon Foundation/NERC) and the subsequent HADEEP2 and 3 projects; 2011-2013, Total Foundation and 2013 MASTS respectively. These projects were in collaboration with AORI, University of Tokyo (Japan) and NIWA (New Zealand). I designed and operated the suite of Hadal-Landers used in these projects (Hadal-Lander A and B, LATIS) and have participated in nine trench cruises since 2007 (Japan, Izu-Bonin, Mariana, Kermadec, Tonga and Peru-Chile) with at least another two cruises coming in the next year. I am currently PI of 'Trench Conection', dubbed HADEEP4, which is a Total Foundation funded 2-year project involving a large research campagin across the deep abyssal plains of the South Fiji basin and the New Hebrides trench off the coast of New caledonia in the SW Pacific.

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 (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). More recently I was involved in the first biological exploration of the New Hebrdies Trench (Click Here) and proving that fish are biochemically contrained from reaching full ocean depth (Click here). This work has also gathered significant public interest which has led to various interesting public outreach endeavours such as Blue Peter (Click here), the Filmic Art 3D Deep Ocean Experience Blu-Ray DVD (Click Here), and various other media activities (see below).

I am also now involved as a co-PI in the HADES project with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, University of Hawaii, Whitman College (USA), NIWA (NZ) and NOCS (UK). This project, funded by NSF (USA) involves the pursuit of the foremost questions in trench and hadal ecosystem science, determining the composition and distribution of hadal species, the role of pressure, food supply, physiology, depth, and seafloor topography on deep-ocean communities and the evolution of trench life. These factors will be examined using the world’s first full-ocean depth hybrid remotely operated vehicle (HROV Nereus) in conjunction with the full-ocean depth imaging landers (Hadal-Lander, LATIS). The web site is http://www.whoi.edu/website/hades/ and features an image and video archive featuring some of the highlights from the trench work, including HADEEP. The HADES project was also featured in Science recently (click here).

Research Interests

Peer reviewed publications

Yancey, P.H., Gerringer, M.E., Drazen. J.C., Rowden, A.A., Jamieson, A.J. (2014) Marine fish may biochemically constrained from inhabiting deepest ocean depths. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Craig, J., Youngbluth, M., Jamieson, A.J., Priede, I.G. (Submitted) Near seafloor bioluminescence, macrozooplankton and macroparticles at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Deep-Sea Research II.

Amon, D.J., Copley, J.T., Dahlgren, T.G., Jamieson, A.J., Smith, C.R., Wiklund, H., Glover, A.G. (Submitted) Three new species and an expansion of range for the genus Osedax (Annelida: Siboglinidae) in the deep Antarctic. Zoologica Scripta

Fujii, T., Kilgallen, N.M., Rowden, A.A., Jamieson, A.J. (2013) Amphipod community structure across abyssal to hadal depths in the Peru-Chile and the Kermadec Trenches. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 492: 125-138.

Jeffreys, R.M., Burke, C., Jamieson, A.J., Narayanaswamy, B., Ruhl, H.A., Smith, K.L., Witte, U. (2013) Feeding preferences of abyssal macrofauna infered from in situ pulse chase experiments. PLOS One, 8(11): e80510

Cousins, N.J., Linley, T., Jamieson, A.J., Bagley, P.M., Blades, H., Box, T., Chambers, R., Ford, A., Shields, M.A., Priede, I.G. (2013) 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 II, 98, 397-406.

Blanco, R., Shields, M.A., Jamieson, A.J. (2013) 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, 98, 370-373.

Eustace, R.M., Kilgallen, N.M., Lacey, N.C., Jamieson, A.J. (2013) Population structure of the hadal amphipod Hirondellea gigas from the Izu-Bonin Trench (NW Pacific; 8173-9316 m). Journal of Crustacean Biology, 33 (6), 793-801.

S?reide, F. & Jamieson, A.J. (2013) Ultradeep-sea exploration in the Puerto Rico Trench. Proceedings of the Oceans '13, MTS/IEEE, San Diego, 1-4.

Glover, A.G., Wiklund, H., Taboada, S., Avila, C., Smith, C.R., Kemp, K.M., Jamieson, A.J., Dahlgren, T.G. (2013) 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, 280, 20131390.

Jamieson, A.J., Lacey, N.C., L?rz, A-N., Rowden, A.A., Piertney, S.B. (2013) The supergiant amphipod Alicella gigantea (Crustacea: Alicellidae) from hadal depths in the Kermadec Trench, SW Pacific Ocean. Deep-Sea Research II. 92, 107-113

Lacey, N.C., Jamieson, A.J., S?reide, F. (2013) Successful capture of ultradeep sea animals from the Puerto Rico Trench. Sea Technology, 54(3) 19-21

Hunter, W.R., Jamieson, A.J., Huvenne, V.A.I., Witte, U. (2012) Sediment community responses to marine vs. terrigenous organic matter in a submarine canyon. Biogeosciences Discussions, 9 11331-11374.

Jamieson, A.J., Fujii, T., Priede, I.G. (2012) Locomotory activity and feeding strategy of the hadal munnopsid isopod Rectisura cf. herculea (Crustacea: Asellota) in the Japan Trench. Journal of Experimental Biology. 215, 3010-3017.

Aguzzi, J., Jamieson, A.J., Fujii, T., Sbragaglia, V., Costa, C., Menesatti, P., Fujiwara, Y. (2012) Shifting feeding behaviour of deep-sea buccinid gastropods at natural and simulated food falls. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 458, 247-253.

Jamieson, A.J., Yancey, P.H. (2012) On the validity of the Trieste flatfish; dispelling the myth. Biological Bulletin, 222, 171-175.

Jamieson, A.J., Priede, I.G., Craig, J. (2012) Distinguishing between the abyssal macrourids Coryphaenoides yaquinae and C. armatus from in situ photography. Deep-Sea Research, 64, 78-85.

Jamieson, A.J., L?rz, A-N., Fujii, T., Priede,I.G. (2012) In situ observations of trophic behaviour and locomotion of princaxelid amphipods (Crustacea, Pardaliscidae) at hadal depths in four West Pacific Trenches. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 91 (1) 143-150.

Jamieson, A.J., Gebruk, A., Fujii, T., Solan, M., (2011) Functional effects of the hadal sea cucumber Elpidia atakama (Holothuroidea, Elasipodida) reflect small scale patterns of resource availability. Marine Biology.158, (12), 2695-2703.

Jamieson, A.J. (2011). Ecology of Deep Oceans: Hadal Trenches. In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (ELS). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester. DOI: 10.1002/9780470015902.a0023606.

Craig, J, Jamieson, A.J., Bagley, P.M. Priede, I.G.(2011) Naturally occuring bioluminescence on the deep-sea floor. Journal of Marine Systems. 88, 563-567.

Jamieson, A.J., T. Fujii (2011) Trench Connection. Biology Letters,7; 641-643.

Jamieson, A.J., Fujii, T., Bagley, P.M., Priede, I.G. (2011). Scavenging interactions between the deepwater eel Synaphobranchus kaupii and the Portuguese dogfish Centroscymnus coelolepis. Journal of Fish Biology, 79, 205-216.

Wolff,G.A.,Billett,D.S.M., Bett, B.J., Holtvoeth,J., FitzGeorge-Balfour, T., Fisher, E.H., Cross, I., Shannon, R., Salter, I., Boorman, B., King, N.J., Jamieson, A.J., Chaillan, F. (2011) The Effects of Natural Iron Fertilisation on Deep-Sea Ecology: The Crozet Plateau, Southern Indian Ocean. PLOS One 6(6): e20697. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0020697

Jamieson, A.J., Kilgallen, N.M., Rowden, A.A., Fujii, T., Horton, T., L?rz, A-N., Kitazawa, K., Priede, I.G. (2011) Bait-attending fauna of the Kermadec Trench, SW Pacific Ocean: evidence for an ecotone across the abyssal-hadal transition zone. Deep-Sea Research I 58, 49-62.

Craig, J., Jamieson, A.J., Hutson, R., Zuur, A.F. & Priede, I.G. (2010) Factors influencing the abundance of deep pelagic bioluminescent zooplankton in the Mediterranean Sea. Deep-Sea Research I. 57, 1474-1484.

Craig, J., Jamieson A.J., Bagley, P.M. & Priede, I.G. (2010) Seasonal variation of deep-sea bioluminescence in the Ionian Sea. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A, doi:10.1016/j.nima.2010.04.074.

Fujii, T., Jamieson, A.J., Solan, M., Bagley, P.M. & Priede, I.G. (2010)A large aggregation of liparids at 7703 m depth and a reappraisal of the abundance and diversity of hadal fish. BioScience, 60(7), 506-515.

Jamieson, A.J., Fujii, T., Mayor, D.J., Solan, M. & Priede, I.G. (2010) Hadal Trenches: the ecology of the deepest places on Earth. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 25(3), 190-197.

Jamieson, A.J., Fujii, T., Solan, M. & Priede, I.G. (2009) HADEEP: Free-falling landers to the deepest places on Earth. Marine Technology Society Journal, 43(5), 151-159.

Jamieson, A.J., Solan, M. & Fujii, T. (2009) Imaging deep-sea life beyond the abyssal zone. Sea Technology, 50(3), 41-46.

Jamieson, A.J., Fujii, T., Solan, M., Matsumoto, A.K., Bagley, P.M. & Priede, I.G. (2009) First findings of decapod crustacea in the hadal-zone. Deep-Sea Research I, 56, 641-647.

Jamieson, A.J., Fujii, T., Solan, M., Matsumoto, A.K., Bagley, P.M. & Priede, I.G. (2009) Liparid and Macrourid fishes of the hadal zone: In situ observations of activity and feeding behaviour. Proceedings of the Royal Society Part B, 276, 1037-1045.

Craig, J., Jamieson, A.J., Heger, A. & Priede, I.G. (2009) 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, 602, 224-226.

Priede, I.G., Jamieson, A.J., Heger, A., Craig, J. & Zuur, A.F. (2008) The potential influence of bioluminescence from marine animals on a deep-sea underwater neutrino telescope array in the Mediterranean sea. Deep Sea Research I, 55, 1474-1483.

King, N.J., Jamieson, A.J., Bagley, P.M. & Priede, I.G. (2008). Deep-sea scavenging demersal fish fauna of the Nazaré Canyon system, Iberian coast, Northeast Atlantic Ocean. Journal of Fish Biology, 72, 1804–1814.

Kemp, K.M., Jamieson, A.J., Bagley, P.M., Collins, M.A. & Priede, I.G. (2008). 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, 55(1-2), 218-228.

Worall, M.G., Jamieson, A.J., Holford, A.E., Neilson, R.D, Player, M.A. & Bagley, P.M (2007). A variable buoyancy system for deep ocean vehicles, Oceans 2007 – Europe 1-6, ISBN: 978-1-4244-0635-7.

Heger, A., King, N.J., Wigham, B.D. Jamieson, A.J., Bagley, P.M., Priede, I.G. & Pfannkuche, O. (2007). Bioluminescent aggregations of Vargula norvegica (Ostracoda) at artificial food falls at 1000m depth in carbonate mound provinces of the NE Atlantic. Marine Biology, 151(4), 1471-1478.

Gillibrand, E.J.V., Jamieson, A.J., Bagley, P.M., Zuur, A.F. & Priede, I.G. (2007). Seasonal development of a deep pelagic bioluminescent layer in the temperate northeast Atlantic Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 341, 37-44.

Bailey D.M., Wagner, H-J.,Jamieson, A.J., Ross, M.F. & Priede, I.G. (2007). 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, 54, 99-108.

Worall, M.G., Bagley, P.M., Jamieson, A.J., Holford, A.E., Player, M.A. & Neilson, R.D. (2006) The development of a variable buoyancy system. Proceedings of the Worlds Maritime Technology Conference, IMarEST.

Jamieson, A.J., God?, O.R., Bagley, P.M., Partridge, J.C. & Priede, I.G. (2006). Illumination of trawl gear by mechanically stimulated bioluminescence. Fisheries Research, 81, 276-282.

Gillibrand, E.J.V., Bagley P.M., Jamieson, A.J., Herring, P.J., Partridge, J.C., Collins, M.A., Milne, R. & Priede, I.G. (2007). 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, 150, 1053-1060.

Jamieson A.J., Bailey, D.M., Wagner, H-J., Bagley, P.M. & Priede, I.G. (2006). 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, 53, 1157-1166.

Kemp, K.M., Jamieson, A.J., Bagley, P.M., McGrath, H., Bailey, D.M., Collins, M.A., & Priede, I.G. (2006). Consumption of a large bathyal food fall, a six month study in the north-east Atlantic. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 310, 65-76.

Jamieson, A.J. & Bagley, P.M. (2005). The ROBIO and DOBO landers: Deep-sea biodiversity surveys in areas of anthropogenic activity. Sea Technology, 46(1), 54-57.

Bailey, D.M., Bagley, P.M., Jamieson, A.J., Cromarty, A., Collins, M.A., Tselepidis, A. &. Priede, I.G. (2005). Life in a warm deep sea: routine activity and burst swimming performance of the shrimp Acanthephyra eximia in the abyssal Mediterranean. Marine Biology, 146, 1199-1206.

Bailey D.M., Genard, B., Collins, M.A., Rees, J-F., Unsworth, S.K., Battle, E.J.V., Bagley, P.M., Jamieson, A.J. & Priede, I.G. (2005). 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, 78, 335-346.

Bagley P.M., Priede, I.G., Jamieson, A.J., Bailey, D.M., Battle, E.J.V., Henriques, C. & Kemp, K.M. (2005). Lander techniques for deep ocean biological research. Underwater Technology, 26(1), 3-11.

Bailey, D.M., Bagley, P.M., Jamieson, A.J., Collins, M.A. & Priede, I.G. (2003). 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, 285-286, 295-311

Bailey, D.M., Jamieson, A.J., Bagley, P.M., Collins, M.A. & Priede, I.G. (2002). Measurement of in situ oxygen consumption of deep-sea fish using an autonomous lander vehicle, Deep-Sea Research, 49, 1519-1529

Book Chapters

Jamieson, A.J., Boorman, B. & 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: 978-0-470-67086-6

Jamieson, A.J. (In press) Landers: baited cameras and traps. In: Biological Sampling in the Deep Sea (Eds. M. Clarke, M. Consalvey), Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford.

Patents:

Bagley, P.M., Jamieson, A.J. & Player, M. (2003). A buoyancy control system. Patent application No.0319812.4. Filed 22-AUG-03, Ablett and Stebbing, London, UK.

Other papers featuring HADEEP samples:

Stein, D.L. (2012) Zootaxa, 3588, 1-54.
L?rz, A-N., et al (2012) PLoS ONE 7(3): e32365.
L?rz, A.-N. (2010) Zoologica baetica 21: 65-84
L?rz, A.-N. (2010) Zootaxa 2482, 22–48.
Other publications featuring HADEEP:

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 Magazine, October 2008.
Research Expeditions:

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)
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)
Helsing?r 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)