Huw Griffiths

Paul Geissler2
Chester Sands2
Camille Moreau2
2Paul Geissler
2Chester Sands
2Camille Moreau
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UNLABELLED Xdigitise is a software system for visualization of hybridization experiments giving the user facilities to analyze the corresponding images manually or automatically. Images of the high-density DNA arrays are displayed as well as the results of an external image analysis bundled with Xdigitise, e.g. the spot locations are marked and the(More)
Many Antarctic marine invertebrates are considered to be highly stenothermal, subjected to loss of functionality at increased temperatures and so at high risk of mortality in a rapidly warming environment. The bivalve Laternula elliptica is often used as a model taxon to test these theories. Here, we report the first instance L. elliptica from an intertidal(More)
  • Thomas Saucède, Huw Griffiths, Camille Moreau, Jennifer A. Jackson, Chester Sands, Rachel Downey +4 others
  • 2015
Information regarding the echinoids in this dataset is based on the Agassiz Trawl (AGT) and epibenthic sledge (EBS) samples collected during the British Antarctic Survey cruise JR275 on the RRS James Clark Ross in the austral summer 2012. A total of 56 (1 at the South Orkneys and 55 in the Eastern Weddell Sea) Agassiz Trawl and 18 (2 at the South Orkneys(More)
Our understanding of how environmental change in the Southern Ocean will affect marine diversity, habitats and distribution remain limited. The habitats and distributions of Southern Ocean cephalopods are generally poorly understood, and yet such knowledge is necessary for research and conservation management purposes, as well as for assessing the potential(More)
Information regarding the molluscs in this dataset is based on the epibenthic sledge (EBS) samples collected during the cruise BIOPEARL II / JR179 RRS James Clark Ross in the austral summer 2008. A total of 35 epibenthic sledge deployments have been performed at five locations in the Amundsen Sea at Pine Island Bay (PIB) and the Amundsen Sea Embayment (ASE)(More)
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