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BAGLEY, P M
Bagley, Phil
Bagley, Philip
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Acoustic tracking of the dispersal of organic matter by scavenging fishes in the deep-sea
Assessment of stone crab (Lithodidae) density on the South Georgia slope using baited video cameras.
Autonomous deep-ocean lander vehicles; modular approaches to design and operation
autonomous free-fall acoustic tracking system for investigation of fish behaviour at abyssal depths, An
Behavioural observations on the scavenging fauna of the Patagonian slope.
Behavioural responses to structures on the seafloor by the deep-sea fish Coryphaenoides armatus: Implications for the use of baited landers
Bioluminescence in the deep sea: Free-fall lander observations in the Atlantic Ocean off Cape Verde
Consumption of large bathyal food fall, a six month study in the NE Atlantic
DEEP OCEAN ENVIRONMENTAL LONG TERM OBSERVATORY SYSTEM (DELOS):- INITIATION OF A 25 YEAR STUDY OF DEEP-OCEAN ECOLOGY NEAR OFFSHORE HYDROCARBON OPERATIONS
Deep sea benthic bioluminescence at artificial food falls, 1,000-4,800 m depth, in the Porcupine Seabight and Abyssal Plain, North East Atlantic Ocean
Deep sea benthic bioluminescence at artificial food falls, 1,000-4,800m depth, in the Porcupine Seabight and Abyssal Plain, North East Atlantic Ocean
Depth zonation and latitudinal distribution of deep-sea scavenging demersal fishes of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, 42 to 53o N
Direct Measurement of Active Dispersal of Food-Falls by Deep-Sea Demersal Fishes
Estimating the abundance of Patagonian toothfish Dissostichus eleginoides using baited cameras: a preliminary study
High Swimming and Metabolic Activity in the Deep-Sea Eel Synaphobranchus kaupii Revealed by Integrated In Situ and In Vitro Measurements
In situ investigation of burst swimming and muscle performance in the deep-sea fish Antimora rostrata (Gunther, 1878)
In situ studies on deep-sea demersal fishes using autonomous unmanned lander platforms
Investigations of the behaviour of demersal grenadier fish, Coryphaenoides (Nematonurus) armatus in the abyssal Pacific and Atlantic oceans using an autonomous acoustic tracking vehicle
Lander techniques for deep-ocean biological research
Life in a warm deep sea: routine activity and burst swimming performance of the shrimp Acanthephyra eximia in the abyssal Mediterranean
Liparid and macrourid fishes of the hadal zone: in situ observations of activity and feeding behaviour.
Measurement of in situ oxygen consumption of deep-sea fish using an autonomous lander vehicle
Miniature acoustic code activated transponder for tracking fish at abyssal depths using delayed activation to overcome reverberation
Scavenging by megabenthos and demersal fish on the South Georgia slope
Seasonal development of a deep pelagic bioluminescent layer in the temperate NE Atlantic Ocean
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