Mr James Bell
I am a second year PhD student in Life Sciences and the School of Geography, University of Leeds, studying macrofaunal communities and trophic ecology in chemosynthetic ecosystems of the southern ocean.
I also own/ operate an OpenROV - talk to me about using it if you're interested in underwater vehicles for research/
PhD, University of Leeds/ Natural History Museum, United Kingdom, 2013 - ongoing
MSci, University of Southampton, United Kingdom, 2008 - 2012
PhD Student, University of Leeds/ Natural History Museum, Geography (UoL)/ Life Sciences (NHM), United Kingdom, 2013 - ongoing
Postgraduate Research Assistant, University of Southampton, NOC, DeepSEAS Group, 2012 - 2013
Bell JB, Aquilina A, Woulds C, Glover AG, Little CTS, Reid WDK, Hepburn LE, Newton J, Mills RA (2016) Geochemistry, faunal composition and trophic structure in reducing sediments on the southwest South Georgia margin. Royal Society Open Science, 3 (9) : 160284 - 160284. doi: 10.1098/rsos.160284
Georgieva MN, Wiklund H, Bell JB, Eilertsen MH, Mills RA, Little CTS, Glover AG (2015) A chemosynthetic weed: the tubeworm Sclerolinum contortum is a bipolar, cosmopolitan species. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 15 (1) : doi: 10.1186/s12862-015-0559-y
Bell JB (2014) Greenhouse gas deposits in the deep sea. Geology Today, 30 (5) : 192 - 195. doi: 10.1111/gto.12068
Bell J (2014) Hot Mud - Cold Seeps.
Bell JB, Jones DOB, Alt CHS (2013) Lebensspuren of the Bathyal Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 98 : 341 - 351. doi: 10.1016/j.dsr2.2012.09.004
Bell JB, Alt CHS, Jones DOB (2016) Benthic megafauna on steep slopes at the Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Marine Ecology, 37 (6) : 1290 - 1302. doi: 10.1111/maec.12319