Use of Images

By contributing images (and/or video) to MarLIN, the owners of those images have agreed to their use on the MarLIN website, in MarLIN publications, posters and other promotional material. Contributors retain the copyright of their images. MarLIN indicates the individual or organization that supplied each image and brief contact details on the website.

Unless the image providers have stated to the contrary (see acknowledgement)

Images shown on the MarLIN website may only be used:

  • in personal, educational, non-for-profit papers and presentations on a single use basis, e.g. to illustrate schools reports, university student papers, posters and/or presentations.

Provided that: that users acknowledge the photographer, copyright holder and that it was published on the MarLIN website. For example

Image: Jon Davies/JNCC (published on the MarLIN website)

Images MUST NOT be used:

  • for any commercial purpose, or
  • for any purpose resulting in wide dissemination, e.g. in other websites (educational or otherwise), leaflets, promotional brochures or public displays (including educational displays) or public reports.

If images are required for commercial purposes or for wide dissemination, the image provider MUST be contacted for permission directly (unless otherwise stated and not through the MarLIN team) and the form of acknowledgement obtained from the owner. Contact details for image providers are provided on the MarLIN website as part of our acknowledgement.

Please direct any questions regarding the use of the MarLIN images (inc. video) to Dr Harvey Tyler-Walters (htw@mba.ac.uk) or care of MarLIN via marlin@mba.ac.uk.

MarLIN would like to thank the following photographers, scientists and organizations for providing images for the website.

Abigail Rhodes

Bio

Abigail Rhodes is an artist and wildlife enthusiast.

Contact

Abigail Rhodes,
78 Dalcharn,
Tongue, Nr Lairg,
Sutherland IV27 4XU
abigailrhodes@me.com

Alan Thurbon

Bio

As the result of a guided walk by Bill Farnham of Portsmouth University, Alan Thurbon is discovering the surprising diversity of sea life underneath Langstone Bridge, which connects to Hayling Island.

Alex Fraser

Bio

Alex Fraser is a technician in marine biology at the University of Plymouth and ready for any photographic opportunities.

Contact

Alex Fraser,
Room 703 Davy Building,
University of Plymouth,
Drake Circus,
Plymouth, PL4 8AA.
afraser@plymouth.ac.uk

Andrew Marriott

Bio

Andrew Marriott is a marine biologist, keen marine conservationist and wildlife photographer.

Contact

Andrew Marriott
14 Drayton Street,
Walsall.
West Midlands,WS2 9QB
andrew.lewis.marriott@googlemail.com

Andrew Pearson

Bio

Andrew Pearson has a background in marine ecology and has a large collection of coastal and underwater images of marine life and habitats.

Contact

Andrew Pearson,
46 Grove Road,
Southampton,
SO15 3GG, UK.
Tel: 07905 607 027
www.oceansedgephotography.co.uk
info@oceansedgephotography.co.uk

Anne Marie Power

Bio

Anne Marie Power has collected digital images of intertidal and shallow subtidal organisms on Irish coasts while conducting surveys for the MarClim project.

Contact

Anne Marie Power
Department of Zoology,
Room 226,
Martin Ryan Institute,
National University of Ireland,
Galway, Ireland
Tel: 353 91 493015
Fax: 353 91 525005
annemarie.power@nuigalway.ie

Becky Seeley

Bio

Becky works as the Biological records officer for the Data Archive for Seabed Species and Habitats (DASSH) project at the MBA.

Bernard Picton

Bio

Bernard Picton has a large collection of colour slides of marine species and habitats from around Britain, Ireland, the Mediterranean, Caribbean and Indo-Pacific with a special interest in nudibranch molluscs and sessile invertebrates.

BIODIDAC

Bio

BIODIDAC aims to:

  • create a media bank of text, images, sounds and video in a digital format that can be used and adapted for teaching biology in French;
  • create an electronic discussion group accessible, by electronic mail, to facilitate the exchange of expertise and materials amongst teachers;
  • allow the distribution of the material contained in the data bank using the Internet.

 

Contact

For information about image sources and permission to use BIODIDAC material please visit the BIODIDAC Website

Bob Williams

Bio

Bob Williams is an Honorary Research Fellow at Plymouth Marine Laboratory.

Contact

Bob Williams,
Myrtos Porthrepta Road,
Carbis Bay,
St Ives, Cornwall TR26 2LB
bw@pml.ac.uk

Bryan Harrison

Bio

Bryan Harrison is a BSAC Sports Diver and photographer. He has been a member of Worthing BSAC since 2005.

Contact

Bryan Harrison
357 Upper Shoreham Road
Shoreham-by-Sea
West Sussex
ukscubadiver66-contact@yahoo.co.uk

Bryan Wasson

Bio

Bryan Wasson is a freelance consultant specialising in the taxonomic identification of marine and estuarine benthic macrofauna.

Contact

Bryan Wasson,
6 King St,
Lostwithiel,
Cornwall, PL22 0AQ
Tel: +44 (0) 1208 871283
bryanwasson@benthicstudies.co.uk
http://www.benthicstudies.co.uk

Cathal McNaughton

Bio

None

Cathy Stevenson

Bio

Cathy Stevenson is an amateur rockpooler and photographer. The photos were taken as part of the Sealife Survey (www.marlin.ac.uk/learningzone).

Charles Hood

Bio

Charles Hood is a professional underwater photographer and journalist. He currently is contracted to DIVE magazine in the UK. He has over 12,000 UW images available for publication.

Contact

Charles Hood
Tel. 0771 262 2440
charleshood@mac.com
www.charleshood.com

Chris Wood

Bio

Chris Wood is the organizer of the Marine Conservation Society's (MCS) annual programme of dives and diving surveys and has a large number of images of British, Red Sea, Maldivian and Malaysian species and habitats, mostly taken on MCS surveys.

Christian Henlé

Bio

Christian Henlé is a member of the Audio Visual Committee of the French Diving and Sub aquatic Activities Federation in Nice (FFESSM) and is a keen diver with a large collection of images of marine species and habitats mainly from around southern France.

Contact

Christian Henlé
c-henle@9online.fr

Christopher McAskie

Bio

Christopher McAskie is a retired and amateur photographer of shorelife and wildlife.

Contact

24 Penydre Neath
SA11 3HD
Christophe.McAskie@ntlworld,com

Colin Speedie

Bio

Colin Speedie is a professional yachtsman with many years experience conducting marine life surveys afloat, and is currently running a basking shark research project on behalf of the Joint Marine Programme of The Wildlife Trusts and WWF-UK. He has a wide variety of surface images of marine species from around the UK. Colin Speedie is not a picture agency but should be contacted if you wish to use commercially any of the images provided by him and included on the MarLIN Website.

Contact

Colin Speedie,
Seawatch Charter,
Waterside House,
Falmouth Road,
Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 8BE
Tel/Fax: +44 (0) 1326 373360
cds@mer.eclipse.co.uk

Countryside Council for Wales

Bio

The intertidal survey team of the Countryside Council for Wales (now Natural Resources Wales) has a collection of images marine species and habitats and site views and landscapes of the intertidal zone for the whole of Wales.

Contact

Mr Paul Brazier
Intertidal ecologist
Countryside Council for Wales,
Maes y Ffynnon,
Penrhosgarnedd,
Bangor,
Gwynedd, LL57 2DW
Tel: 01248 387165
p.brazier@ccw.gov.uk

Crown copyright

Bio

The Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS) is a UK-based research and consultancy centre. CEFAS provides services in fisheries science and management, environmental monitoring and assessment, fish farming, fish health, disease and hygiene to clients around the world.

Thier images are "Crown copyright, and reproduced with the permission of CEFAS, Lowstoft". 

 

Contact

CEFAS Lowestoft Laboratory,
Pakefield Road,
Lowestoft,
Suffolk NR33 0HT
d.glasscock@cefas.co.uk
www.cefas.co.uk

Culture Collection of Algae and Protozoa

Bio

Image of specimen of Anotrichium barbatum (CCAP 1359/1) collected from an oyster bank near Pwllheli, Cymru by Dr C. Maggs in 1998.

The CCAP marine section is based at the Dunstaffnage Marine Laboratory, Scotland and the freshwater and protozoa section is based at CEH, Windermere. The CCAP is one of 10 microbial collections making up the National Culture Collection organisation (www.ukncc.co.uk). The CCAP provides microbial and algal cultures for aquaculture, biotechnology, research and education.

 

Contact

Culture Collection of Algae and Protozoa
SAMS Research Services Ltd
Dunstaffnage Marine Laboratory
OBAN  Argyll PA37 1QA
Scotland
Tel +44 (0)1631 559000
Fax +44 (0)1631 559001
CCAP sams.ac.uk
http://www.ccap.ac.uk/index.htm

Dan Bayley

Bio

Dan Bayley is a marine ecologist and works for the Marine Life Information Network and UK MPA centre at the MBA. In his spare time he is also a keen diver and photographer.

Dan Lear

Bio

Dan Lear is Head of the Data, Information & Technology at the MBA

Dany Ros

Bio

Dany is PADI Master Scuba Diver and enjoys macro photography and fish portraits.

 

Dave Dunlop

Bio

Dave works for the Lancashire Wildlife Trust http://www.lancswt.org.uk

Dave Peake

Bio

Dave Peake is an underwater photographer who has been diving for over 30 years. He specialises in photography in British waters.

David Fenwick Snr.

Bio

My interests lie in website design and wildlife photography and horticulture. I have a special interest in the photography of the flora and fauna of the Devon and Cornwall Peninsula. I am a very keen rock pooler, contributing images to Dr. Chris Gibson's recent book entitled Seashore.

Contact

84 Roscadghill Parc,
Heamoor, Penzance, Cornwall. TR18 3QY
Tel.: 01736 448392
davidfenwicksnr@googlemail.com
www.aphotomarine.com

Davy Holt

Bio

Davy Holt is a recreational angler actively involved with the Glasgow Kelvingrove Museum's Common Skate Tagging Programme and also with the Common Skate Biodiversity Action Plan.

Contact

Davy Holt
davy@catchalot.co.uk
www.catchalot.co.uk (preferred contact address).

Dennis R. Seaward

Bio

Dennis R. Seaward holds images of saline lagoon and mollusc species but does not normally offer picture agency arrangements.

Contact

MarLIN  should be contacted if you wish to use commercially any of the images provided by Dennis Seaward and included on the MarLIN website.

Derek Mayes

Bio

Derek Mayes lives overlooking Scapa Flow (Orkney). Mainly a photographer but with an interest in all aspects of Natural History.

Devon Wildlife Trust

Bio

Devon Wildlife Trust is the only independent organization exclusively concerned with all aspects of wildlife conservation in Devon.

Contact

Stephen Hussey
Devon Wildlife Trust,
Shirehampton House,
35-37 St David's Hill,
Exeter, EX4 4DA.
www.devonwildlifetrust.org

Dick Jones

Bio

Image reproduced with the authors permission from: Legg G. & Jones, R. E., 1988.  Pseudoscorpions  Synopses of the British Fauna (New Series) (ed. D.M. Kermack & R.S.K. Barnes), The Linnean Society of London. Avon: The Bath Press. [Synopses of the British Fauna No. 40.]

Dick Jones has a large collection of images of creepy crawlies and other natural history objects

Contact

R.E. Jones,
14, Post Office Road,
Dersingham,
King's Lynne,
Norfolk, PE31 6HP
rej@globalnet.co.uk

Dr Angus Jackson

Bio

Dr Angus Jackson is a Lecturer in Zoology at the Cornwall College Newquay

Contact

Cornwall College Newquay
Wildflower Lane
Trenance Gardens
Newquay
Cornwall, TR7 2LZ
Tel:       44 (0)1637 857921
Email:  angus.jackson@cornwall.ac.uk

Dr Brian Bett

Bio

Dr Brian Bett is a marine biologist at the Southampton Oceanography Centre (SOC). The DEEPSEAS Group at SOC hold a very large collection of deep-sea floor photographs and video and a major national collection of deep-sea invertebrate specimen material ("Discovery Collections") from the waters around the British Isles and world-wide.  Images provided by Dr Brian Bett must not be used in any capacity without prior permission from Dr Brian Bett.

Contact

Dr Brian Bett / Mrs Pamela Talbot,
DEEPSEAS Group,
Southampton Oceanography Centre,
Empress Dock,
Southampton SO14 3ZH, UK.
bjb@soc.soton.ac.uk
Tel. +44 (0)23 80596355
Fax. +44 (0)23 80596247
http://www.soc.soton.ac.uk/GDD/DEEPSEAS/

Dr Charlotte Marshall

Bio

Charlotte Marshall is an amateur photographer with an interest in the conservation of marine ecosystems and fisheries.

Contact

Via MarLIN

Dr Elizabeth Cook

Bio

Dr Elizabeth Cook is a marine biologist at the Scottish Association for Marine Science. Her main research interests are invasive species, new species for aquaculture and integrated aquaculture.

Contact

Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS)
Dunstaffnage Marine Laboratory
Oban
Argyll
PA37 1QA
Tel: 01631 559 243
Fax: 01631 559 001
ejc@sams.ac.uk
www.sams.ac.uk

Dr Eve Southward

Bio

Dr Eve Southward is an Honorary Research Fellow based at the MBA. 

Contact

Dr Eve Southward,
Marine Biological Association of the UK,
The Laboratory, 
Citadel Hill, 
Plymouth, PL1 2PB,
Devon, UK. 
eveuth@mba.ac.uk

Dr Gerald Boalch

Bio

Dr Gerald Boalch is a marine botanist and Editor-in-Chief of the scientific journal 'Botanica Marina' (www.degruyter.de/journals/bm/). He has a large collection of colour slides of seaweeds and phytoplankton, together with slides of the Torrey Canyon and Amoco Cadiz oil spils.

Contact

Dr Gerald T. Boalch,
11 Torridge Close,
Plympton,
Plymouth, PL7 2DH.
gtb@mba.ac.uk

Dr Hans Hillewaert

Bio

None

 

Contact

Hans Hillewaert,
Institute for Agriculture and Fisheries Research,
Flemish Government
Email  hans hillewaert@ilvo.vlaanderen.be
Tel. +32-(0)59-56 98 32
Fax. +32-(0)59-33 06 29

Dr Harvey Tyler-Walters

Bio

Harvey Tyler-Walters is an amateur photographer with an interest in marine intertidal species and coastal actvities.

Dr Hilmar Hinz

Bio

Hilmar Hinz graduated in Marine Biology from Newcastle in 1994, undertook a Masters Degree in Biology at the University of Oldenburg (Germany) and worked for the Senckenberg Institute (Wilhelmshaven, Germany). In 2001 he joined the Coastal Resource Ecology and Management group lead by Dr. M.J. Kaiser in Bangor (Wales) at the School of Ocean Sciences. In 2005 he completed his part-time PhD on the habitat use of flatfishes. He is currently working at the School of Ocean Sciences as a fisheries scientist.

Contact

Dr Hilmar Hinz
School of Ocean Sciences
University of Wales, Bangor
Menai Bridge
Anglesey
LL59 5AB, UK
Tel + 44 (0)1248 388124
h.hinz@bangor.ac.uk

Dr Ian Powell

Bio

Dr Ian Powell is a research scientist working at Edge Hill College of Higher Education. He has a large collection of images relating to ecology, conservation and landscapes around the world.

Contact

Dr Ian Powell,
Natural and Applied Sciences,
Edge Hill,
St Helen's Road, Ormskirk,
Lancashire, L39 4QP.
powelli@edgehill.ac.uk
www.edgehill.ac.uk

Dr Inken Kruse

Bio

Dr Inken Kruse is a marine research scientist, mainly on population genetics issues of marine invertebrates, who carried out her PhD on Scoloplos armiger.

Contact

Dr Inken Kruse,
Email: inkenkruse@web.de

Dr John Bishop

Bio

John Bishop teaches at the University of Plymouth; his research centres on ascidians and bryozoans.

Contact

John Bishop
Marine Biological Association
Citadel Hill Laboratory
Plymouth PL1 2PB
Tel: +44 (0)1752 633229
jbis@mba.ac.uk

Dr Keith Hiscock

Bio

Dr Keith Hiscock has a large collection of images of marine species and habitats, landscapes, activities and impacts mainly from around Britain.

Dr Ken Collins

Bio

Dr Ken Collins is a marine scientist working at the Southampton Oceanography Centre with interests in artificial reefs and south coast marine habitats and species.

Dr Leen Vandepitte

Bio

Dr Leen Vandepitte is based at the Flanders Marine Institute, Oostende. Her interests include 

  • Archiving data on recreational fishing along the Belgian coast,
  • Non-native species in the Belgian part of the North Sea and adjacent estuaries,
  • Planet Ocean
Contact

Dr Leen Vandepitte,
Vlaams Instituut voor de Zee,

(Flanders Marine Institute),
Tel +32-(0)59-34 01 55
Fax +32-(0)59-34 21 31
leen.vandepitte@vliz.be

Dr Matt Bentley

Bio

Dr Matt Bentley is a research scientist working at the University of Newcastle but does not normally offer picture agency agreements. MarLIN should be contacted if you wish to use commercially any of the images provided by Dr Bentley and included on the MarLIN Website.

Contact

Dr Matt Bentley,
Department of Marine Sciences and Coastal Management,
Ridley Building,
University of Newcastle,
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU.
m.g.bentley@ncl.ac.uk

Dr Matthew Service

Bio

Dr Matthew Service is a Researcher employed by the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development for Northern Ireland. He has conducted a number of seabed surveys in the Irish Sea and Coastal waters of Northern Ireland for both fisheries and environmental studies.

Contact

Dr Matthew Service,
Agriculture and Environmental Science Division,
Department of Agriculture and Rural Development,
Newforge Lane,
BELFAST, BT9 5PX.
Tel: 44 (0)28 90255502
Fax: 44 (0)28 90255004
Matt.Service@DARDNI.Gov.UK

Dr Matthias Strasser

Bio

Dr Matthias Strasser is a marine research scientist working at the Wadden Sea Station Sylt of the Alfred Wegener Institute Foundation for Polar and Marine Reasearch (AWI). However, he does not normally offer picture agency arrangements.

Contact

Dr Matthias Strasser,
Wadden Sea Station Sylt,
Alfred Wegener Institute Foundation for Polar and Marine Research,
Hafenstrasse 43,
25992 List/Sylt.
mstrasser@awi-bremerhaven.de
http://www.awi-bremerhaven.de/index.html

Dr Murray Roberts

Bio

Dr J. Murray Roberts is a Reader in Biodiversity at Heriot-Watt University working on the biology and ecology of cold-water corals.

Contact

School of Life Sciences,
Herriot-Watt University,
Edinburgh, UK
j.m.roberts@hw.ac.uk
http://www.sls.hw.ac.uk/staffDetails.php?staff_id=71

Dr R.S.K. Barnes

Bio

Images reproduced with the author's permission from:
Barnes, R.S.K., 1994. The brackish-water fauna of northwestern Europe: An identification guide to brackish-water habitats, ecology and macrofauna for field workers, naturalists and students. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Contact

Dr R.S.K.Barnes
Department of Zoology
University of Cambridge
Downing Street
Cambridge, CB2 3EJ
Tel: +44 (0) 1223 333 296

Dr Rohan Holt

Bio

Rohan Holt works for the Countryside Council for Wales (now National Resoureces Wales, NRW) and in his spare time Marine Wildlife Surveys (MWS). MWS is a small company specialising in underwater and marine biological photography, videography, species identification and Seasearch courses and benthic surveys.

Contact

Rohan holt,
Tan Hwfa,
Llanllechid,
Bangor,
North Wales, LL57 3LA.
r.holt@ccw.gov.uk

Dr Sebastian Holmes

Bio

Dr Sebastian Holmes is a marine biologist who currently works at the Port Erin Marine Laboratory. His research interests include population genetics, intertidal ecology, invertebrate ecophysiology and supply side ecology.

Contact

Dr Sebastian Holmes
s.p.holmes@liverpool.ac.uk

Dr Stefan Kraan

Bio

Dr Stefan Kraan is a research scientist working at the Martin Ryan Marine Science Institute who holds images of some seaweed species but does not normally offer picture agency agreements.

Contact

Irish Seaweed Industry Organisation
Martin Ryan Marine Science Institute
National University of Ireland, Galway
Galway Ireland
Fax: 353-91-525005
stefan.kraan@nuigalway.ie

Dr Sutherland MacIver

Bio

Dr Sutherland MacIver is a senior lecturer of biochemistry at the University of Edinburgh and keen scuba diver.

Dr Tammy Horton

Bio

Dr Tammy Horton is undertaking a BP-funded fellowship on deep-sea amphipods at the Southampton Oceanographic Centre. She does not normally offer picture agency agreements.

Contact

Dr Tammy Horton,
BP Fellow UK,
National Oceanography Centre, Southampton
George Deacon Division
Waterfront Campus, European Way
Southampton SO143ZH
Tel: (02380) 596352
Fax: (02380) 596247
txh@noc.soton.ac.uk

Dr. Russell Wynn

Bio

Dr Russell Wynn is a Senior Marine Scientist at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton. He is also an Associate Researcher at SAHFOS, and is co-ordinator of the SeaWatch SW project (www.seawatch-sw.org).

Contact

Dr Russell B Wynn
Senior Marine Scientist
National Oceanography Centre
European Way
Southampton, SO14 3ZH, UK
Tel: +44 (0)23 80596553 (office)
80596555 (secretary)
80595000 (switchboard)
rbw1@noc.soton.ac.uk

Dylan Jones

Bio

None
 

Erling Svensen

Bio

Erling Svensen has been an underwater photographer for 28 years with a speciality on marine life and more than 40,000 photographs in stock.

Contact

Ocean Photo - Erling Svensen,
Hamraneveien 16
4370 Egersund - Norway
esvens@online.no
www.uwphoto.no

FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations)

Bio

Images reproduced with permission from:

Roper C.F.E., Sweeney, M.J. & Nauen, C.E., 1984. FAO species catalogue. Vol. 3. Cephalopods of the world. An annotated and illustrated catalogue of species of interest to fisheries. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, RomeFAO Fisheries Synopsis, 125, 3, 277 pp.


 

Contact

Library enquiries
FAO
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla
0 100 Rome, Italy
Tel +39-6-57051
Fax: + 39-6-57053360

Fiona Crouch

Bio

Fiona Crouch runs the Shore Thing project and is part of the MBA's Education Team. She has previously worked as the ranger for the St. Abbs and Eyemouth Voluntary Marine Reserve where her interest in underwater photography began.

Fiona Ravenscroft

Bio

None
 

Contact

Seasearch Surveyor E-mail: fiona@thephone.coop

Francis Bunker

Bio

Francis Bunker has a large library of still and moving environmental images specialising in underwater photography around the British Isles. For more details visit: www.marineseen.com.

Contact

Francis Bunker
MarineSeen,
Estuary Cottage
Bentlass, Hundleton,
Pembrokeshire SA71 5RN
WalesUnited Kingdom.
Tel (land line): +44 (0)1646 621277
Tel (mobile):   +44 (0)7968 486256
fbunker@marineseen.com
www.marineseen.com
Check out the British Isles Seaweed Images Website www.weedseen.co.uk

Geoff Coates

Bio

None

Gordon Lang

Bio

Gordon is a web and graphic designer, photographer and diver.

Graham Rickett

Bio

I have 33 years experience in research and development in antibacterials, antivirals, antifungals and an experienced GPCR biologist as well as competent in new technology research. As a volunteer for the Thanet Coastal Project, using my marine biology background, I am hoping to map West Bay and Epple Bay, Kent for all fauna and flora throughout the littoral zone and cliff areas of the location eventually.

Contact

Graham Anthony Rickett,
9 Ursuline Drive,
Westgate-On-Sea,
Kent CT8 8HX,
grahamrickett1@gmail.com

Greg Brown

Bio

Greg Brown was actively engaged in marine biological research, particularly nudibranch taxonomy, between 1970 and 1985, contributing to various publications and books intended to clarify identification of N.Atlantic species. He now manages oceanographic surveys conducted by Gardline Environmental Ltd.

Contact

Greg Brown
Forge Cottage
125 Yarmouth Road
Thorpe-St-Andrew,
Norwich NR7 0QY
greg.brown@gardline.co.uk

Guido Selling

Bio

Guido Selling is an underwater photographer with an interest in marine biology.

Contact

Guido M.A. Selling,
De Nesse 13,
2291 XN Wateringen,
The Netherlands.
gslg@kabelfoon.nl

Guy Baker

Bio

Guy Baker is the Communications Officeer at the MBA.  He is an amateur naturalist and takes pictures of marine life in his spare time.

Contact

Guy Baker
guba@mba.ac.uk

Guy Freeman

Bio

Guy Freeman is currently studying at Exeter University and has a keen interest in British marine life.

Hans Kleef and Peter Tydeman

Bio

Hans Kleef and Peter Tydeman are marine ecological technicians at the National Institute for Coastal and Marine Management/RIKZ, The Netherlands.

Contact

National Institute for Coastal and Marine Management / RIKZ
P.O.box 207 9750
AE Haren
The Netherlands
T: (0)31 50 533 13 78
hkleef@wanadoo.nl and ptydeman@planet.nl

Harriet Salomonsen

Bio

Harriet is a marine ecologist currently based in Southampton. She is also a keen photographer.

Contact

Harriet Salomonsen,
Church close, Cadeleigh,
Nr Tiverton,
Devon, UK.
harrietsalomonsen@hotmail.com

Holly Latham

Bio

Holly Latham is a marine biology graduate, MBA volunteer and SCUBA instructor, with personal interests covering a variety of anthropogenic marine impacts. She particularly loves macro photography and aims to take photographs that capture the texture and vibrancy of our coastline.

Ian F. Smith

Bio

Ian Smith is interested in seashore invertebrates and macrophotography of living specimens in water. He contributes images and articles to the Conchological Society of G.B. & Ireland’s magazine, ‘Mollusc World’, and online Encyclopedia of Molluscs.

Contact

12 Fernhill,
Mellor,
Stockport, SK6 5AN

Ignacio Barbara

Bio

None

Contact

None provided

Ines Cristovao

Bio

Inês Cristovão is a marine biologist and Ph.D student at the University of Lisbon, specializing in the morphology and geometric morphometrics of decapods and gastropods, and population genetic differentiation.

 

Contact

Contact MarLIN in the first instance.

Ivor Rees

Bio

Ivor Rees has a collection of seabed habitat photos from various parts of the Irish Sea taken with cameras mounted on seabed sledges.

Contact

Ivor Rees,
c/o School of Ocean Sciences,
University of Wales, Bangor
Menai Bridge
Anglesey, Gwynedd LL59 5EU
Cymru
Tel: 01248 382846

Jack Laws

Bio

Jack Laws has been diving for over 50 years and has underwater and landscape images of marine reserves in Scotland, Bonaire and Sulawesi.

Contact

Jack Laws
Commongate,
High street,
Coldingham,
Eyemouth, TD14 5NL
jack@coldingham111.freeserve.co.uk

Jack Sewell

Bio

Jack Sewell is an Education Leader at the MBA, an illustrator and amateur photographer with an interest in environmental education, marine species and habitats.

James Bell

Bio

Dr James Bell is a senior lecturer in marine biology at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand whose research interests focus on Marine Protected Areas, self-recruitment and rocky shore and sponge ecology.

Contact

Dr James Bell,
School of Biological Sciences,
PO Box 600,
Wellington 6140,
New Zealand.
james.bell@vuw.ac.nz

Jaqueline Hill

Bio

Image redrawn by Jacqueline Hill from: Sars G.O.,  1890. Crustacea of Norway.  Volume 1, Amphipoda.  Christiania: ALB. Cammermayers Forlag.

Contact

None

Jeff Blincow

Bio

Jeff Blincow is an amateur naturalist interested in all forms of wildlife.

Contact

Jeff Blincow
Northampton.
jblincow@hotmail.com

Jenni Kakkonen

Bio

Jenni Kakkonen is a biologist for "Marine Services" at Orkney Islands Council and as part of her job conducts intertidal rocky shore surveys. She is also a keen diver.

Contact

Jenni Kakkonen
Marine Services
Harbour Authority Building
Scapa, Orkney
KW15 1SD
jenni.kakkonen@orkney.gov.uk

Jessica Winder

Bio

Jessica Winder is a keen photographer with a collection of images of marine species from shores around the United Kingdom

Jim Anderson

Bio

Jim Anderson has been diving for 15 years with the Scotish Sub Aqua Club and has an exensive collection of Scottish underwater images, particularly invertebrates. For example visit the Scottish Nudibranchs Website.

Contact

Jim Anderson
Baird Hall
High Street, Linlithgow
West Lothian EH49 7ES
jander4454@gmail.com

Jo Trout

Bio

None

Contact

Jo Trout,
Silver Dolphin Centre,
The Old Lifeboat House,
Mount Pleasant Road,
Porthleven,
Cornwall, TR13 9JS.
conservation@silverdolphin.freeserve.co.uk
www.silverdolphinmarineconservationanddiving.co.uk

John Brooks

Bio

John Brooks is a keen angler and works for Angling-school.

Contact

John Brooks
Angling-school
Cornwall
Tel: 01209 314164
jcbsula@yahoo.co.uk
www.angling-school.com

John Hepburn

Bio

John Hepburn promotes the wider maritime sector - commercial, leisure and scientific - and is a member of the Finding Sanctuary local group. He also sails, dives and snorkels.

Contact

John Hepburn,
Mewstone Enterprises
mewstone.enterprises(at)gmail(dot)com

John Kelly

Bio

John Kelly is a Research Associate for Quercus, Queens University of Belfast.

Contact

John Kelly,
Quercus Research Associate,
Queen's University of Belfast,
Medical Biology Centre,
97 Lisburn Road,
Belfast BT9 7BL
Northern Ireland .
Tel: +44 (0) 2890 972 259
www.quercus.ac.uk
j.jelly@qub.ac.uk

John Rafferty

Bio

John is a leading marine and landscape photographer and is also a photo/journalist for the Irish and UK fishing industry. A selection of his images can be viewed on his website.

Contact

John Rafferty,
Burtonport,
Letterkenny,
Co. Donegal, Ireland.
rafferty@eircom.net
www.johnraffertyphotography.com

John Rundle

Bio

John Rundle (retired) has a collection of images of marine species, including large numbers of cuttlefish images.

Contact

John Rundle,
Marine Biological Association of the UK,
Tel: 01752 633350
jru@mba.ac.uk

Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC)

Bio

The Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) is the UK Governments national and international wildlife advisor. JNCC holds a large collection of seabed marine species, habitat and location images mainly from surveys undertaken by the Marine Nature Conservation Review. JNCC is not a picture agency but should be contacted if you wish to use commercially any of the images provided by JNCC and included on the MarLIN Website.

Contact

Communications Team,
Joint Nature Conservation Committee,
Monkstone House,
Peterborough, PE1 1JY, UK
Tel: +44 (0)1733 562626
Fax: +44 (0)1733 555948
vicker_c@jncc.gov.uk
www.jncc.gov.uk

Jon Moore

Bio

Jon Moore, freelance marine environmental consultant, has a large collection of slides and a rapidly increasing collection of digital photos of subtidal, intertidal and coastal species, habitats, resources and impacts from UK and overseas.

Contact

Jon Moore,
Ti Cara, Point Lane,
Cosheston, Pembroke Dock,
Pembrokeshire, SA72 4UN,
Wales, UK.
jon@ticara.co.uk

Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK

Bio

Images reproduced with the permission of the Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK from:

Wilson, D.P., 1929-30. The larvae of the British Sabellarians. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK16, 221-270.
 

Contact

Executive editor,
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK,
The Laboratory,
Citadel Hill,
Plymouth, PL1 2PB.

Judith Oakley

Bio

Judith Oakley, MSc, BSc specialises in macro intertidal rocky shore photography. She contributes many images to marine conservation charities and has had work published by the Countryside Council for Wales, Defra, Marine Biological Association and BBC Wildlife magazine. She has a keen interest in seahorses and pipefish, marine intertidal species, sea slugs, marine mammals and marine conservation issues in general.

Julian Madle

Bio

An avid scuba diver with a lifelong interest in wildlife and nature photography, both terrestrial and undersea.

Contact

1-2 New Road,
Middleton by Wirksworth,
Derbyshire, DE4 4NA
julian@madle.co.uk

Kate Willis

Bio

Kate Willis is a Marine Ecologist at the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS). Research interests are zooplankton ecology and invasive species.

Contact

Scottish Association of Marine Science
Oban
Argyll, PA37 1QA
Tel: 01631 559313
Kate.Willis@sams.ac.uk

Kerry Donovan

Bio

Kerry Donovan gained a Marine and Freshwater Biology degree from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth in 2004. She is now a Primary School teacher.

Contact

23 Camden Street
Gosport
Hampshire
PO12 3HZ
kerry@kad23.plus.com

Kristie Wilkinson

Bio

Kristie Wilkinson is an underwater wildlife photographer.

Contact

Kristie Wilkinson
kjw220@exeter.ac.uk

Liam Faisey

Bio

Marine life photographer and Angler currently studying a B.Sc. in Marine Biology at Plymouth University.

Contact

29 Upton Towans,
Hayle,
Cornwall,
TR27 5BJ
liamfaisey@live.co.uk

Lin Baldock

Bio

Lin Baldock is interested in the distribution of temperate marine invertebrates and has a collection of underwater images from the UK and Ireland.

Contact

Contact the MarLIN editor in the first instance. 

MarClim

Bio

Marine Biodiversity and Climate Change (MarClim) is a multi-partner British and Irish project led by the Marine Biological Association in collaboration with Plymouth Marine Laboratory, The Scottish Association for Marine Science, The University of Plymouth and University College Cork. The aim of MarClim is to assess and forecast the influence of climatic change on marine biodiversity in Britain and Ireland using long term and current data on intertidal rocky shore indicator species. 

Contact

Dr Nova Mieszkowska
The Marine Biological Association of the UK 
The Laboratory, Citadel Hill 
Plymouth PL1 2PB 
Devon UK
Tel +44(0)1752 633287 
Fax +44(0)1752 633102 
www.mba.ac.uk/fellows/nova/index.php

Marco Faasse

Bio

Marco Faasse studies the distribution of marine invertebrates in The Netherlands. He is especially interested in certain underrecorded groups, e.g. Amphipoda, Ostracoda, Bryozoa, Hydrozoa, and in alien species. He owns a collection of images of species from these and other groups.

Contact

Marco Faasse
Schorerstraat 14
4341 GN Arnemuiden
The Netherlands
mafaasse@hetnet.nl
www.cryptosula.nl

Marine Biological Association of the UK (MBA)

Bio

The Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom (MBA) was founded in 1884 and its laboratory on Citadel Hill, Plymouth opened in 1888. The aims of the Association are to promote scientific research into all aspects of life in the sea and to inform the public of the knowledge gained. The MBA is an independent research association supported by grant in aid from NERC and a Registered Charity. The MBA has a small collection of images belonging specifically to the Association including historical material. The MBA is not a picture agency but should be contacted if you wish to use any of the images provided by the MBA and included on the MarLIN Website.
 

Contact

Directors Secretary
Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom,
The Laboratory,
Citadel Hill,
Plymouth PL1 2PB, UK.
Tel +44 (0)1752 633336
Fax +44 (0)1752 633102
sec mba.ac.uk
www mba.ac.uk

Marine Conservation Society (MCS)

Bio

Calum Duncan has a collection of MCS copyright digital and scanned images depicting subtidal marine life, coastal scenes and activities that he has taken throughout Scotland. Please contact him at the MCS Scotland Offices for further information.
 

Contact

Calum Duncan
Scottish Conservation Manager
Marine Conservation Soceity
3 Coaates Place,
Edinburgh
EH 7AA
Tel +44 (0) 131 226 6360
Fax +44 (0) 131 226 2391
www.mcsuk.org

Marine Ecological Surveys Ltd

Bio

Marine Ecological Surveys Ltd (www.seasurvey.co.uk) has a large collection of images of UK marine fauna including an extensive collection of photo micrographs as well as images of marine surveys, laboratory work and activities associated with marine developments. They also hold a large amount of quantitative and qualitative data collected on surveys carried out all around the UK and spanning the last 30years.

Contact

Marine Ecological Surveys Limited,
24a Monmouth Place,
Bath, BA1 2AY

www.seasurvey.co.uk

Mark Breckels

Bio

Mark is a marine ecologist with an interest in trophic interactions and climate change. He is a keen photographer.

Mark Thomas

Bio

Mark Thomas is an amateur diver with the Hartford SAC, diving since 1998 and taking underwater photographs since 2002 (using a Nikon F90X camera). Mark dives mostly around Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

Contact

Mark Thomas,
38 The Crescent,
Nortwich
Cheshire, CW9 8AD.
mark.ellie@btopenworld.com

MarLIN

Bio

MarLIN (The Marine Life Information Network).

Contact

MarLIN Editor
Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom,
The Laboratory,
Citadel Hill,
Plymouth PL1 2PB, UK
Tel +44 (0)1752 633336
Fax +44 (0)1752 633102
marlin mba.ac.uk
www.marlin.ac.uk

Martin Isaeus

Bio

Martin Isaeus is a plant ecologist working in the Deptartment of Botany, Stockholm University (www.su.se).

Contact

Martin Isaeus
Norwegian Institute of Water Research (NIVA),
Brekkeveien 19,
Postboks 173 Kjelsaas,
0411 Oslo,
Norway
Tel: (+47) 22 18 51 77
Fax: (+47) 22 18 52 00
martin.isaeus@niva.no

Matthew Jeanes

Bio

Matt is a freediver and spearfisherman who shoots very few fish and spends a lot of time taking photos. He is building a comprehensive collection of British marine life photos.

Mike Daines

Bio

Mike Daines is a professional photographer and photo-journalist, as well as being a keen diver.

Contact

Contact via Colin Speedie

Mike Firth

Bio

Mike Firth is a mature student and diver with an eye for photography. He has a limited supply of coastal photographs available.

Contact

16 Bransdale Gardens,
Guiseley,
Leeds LS20 8QE
M.Firth@2005.hull.ac.uk

Mike Markey

Bio

Mike is a Poole-based diver and dive charter boat skipper with an interest in underwater photography.

Contact

Mike Markey,
20 Warwick Road,
Totton,
Southampton, SO40 3QP.
Tel: 07732 271017
Email: mike.markey@virgin.net

Misjeel Decleer

Bio

None

National Museum Wales (NMW)

Bio

National Museum Wales (NMW) holds internationally renowned collections covering the art, archaeology, botany, geology, industry, social history and zoology of Wales. Through its collections, they explore Wales and its place in the world.

Anyone wishing to use their images for any reason must apply to the museum in writing for permision.

Contact

Kay Kays
Image Licensing Officer,
National Museum Wales,
Cathays Park,
Cardiff, CF10 3NP.
Tel: (029) 2039 7951
http://www.museumwales.ac.uk/en/home/

Natural History Museum (NHM)

Bio

The Natural History Museum (NHM) promotes the discovery, understanding, enjoyment, and responsible use of the natural world.

Contact

Paul Clark,
Natural History Museum,
Cromwell Road,
London SW7 5BD, UK.
Tel: +44 (0)20 7942 5000
http://www.nhm.ac.uk

NHM

Nigel Charles

Bio

Nigel Charles holds images of saline lagoon and mollusc species but does not normally offer picture agency arrangements. MarLIN should be contacted if you wish to use commercially any of the images provided by Nigel Charles and included on the MarLIN Website.

Contact

Contact MarLIN editor

Nigel Sawyer

Bio

None

Contact

Nigel Sawyer,
1 High Ashton,
1 9 Kingston Hill,
Kingston upon Thames,
Surrey KT2 7QL, UK.
Nigel.Sawyer@kingstonhospital.nhs.uk

Norman Jackson

Bio

Norman Jackson is a yachtsman and amateur naturalist. He has a collection of images, primarily of the marine life you see out at sea from the surface around the north west of Scotland.

Contact

Contact MarLIN Editor

Nuno Queiroz

Bio

None

Contact

None provided

Pamela Tompsett

Bio

Pamela Tompsett is Coordinator of the Helford River Voluntary Marine Conservation Area and a keen biologist. However, she does not normally enter into picture agency agreements.

Contact

Contact MarLIN Editor

Paul Naylor

Bio

Paul Naylor is a marine biologist, underwater photographer and author of the book 'Great British Marine Animals'. He has a large collection of marine animal images from around the British Isles.

Paul Newland

Bio

Paul Newland is a widely traveled diver for many years and currently a member of the Totnes Subaqua Club with a keen interest in marine life.

Contact

Paul Newland
Tel: 01364 642287
p.newland@btinternet.com

Paul Parsons

Bio

Paul Parsons is a marine photographer with a large collection of images. Visit www.aquapix.com to view.

Contact

Paul Parsons,
www.aquapix.com

Paul Tranter

Bio

Paul Tranter works for the Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science as a plankton analyst. From 1958-88 Paul was employed by the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom and during that time he developed a keen interest in corals and sea anemones and made many observations on behavioural activity.

Contact

Paul Tranter
Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science (SAHFOS),
The Laboratory,
Citadel Hill,
Plymouth, PL1 2PB.
Tel +44 (0) 1752 633288

Paula Ferris

Bio

Paula is Chair of Coastwise North Devon, and an amateur marine naturalist.

Contact

Paula Lightfoot

Bio

Paula Lightfoot works for the National Biodivieristy Network, is a tutor for the Marine Conservation Society’s Seasearch recording scheme and records officer for the Yorkshire Naturalists’ Union’s marine and coastal section.

Contact

Paula Lightfoot,
Seasearch North East,
p.lightfoot@btinternet.com

For information on Seasearch courses and dives visit: http://www.seasearch.org.uk/
For information on the Yorkshire Naturalists Union marine and coastal section visit: http://www.ynu.org.uk/marine_coastal

Peter Bardsley

Bio

Peter Bardsley is an amateur photographer, diver and conservationist with a keen interest and love of the underwater world which started as a teenager over 40 years ago.

Peter Barfield

Bio

Peter Barfield is a marine biologist and freelance environmental consultant with a growing collection of digital images of both infaunal macrobenthos from UK samples and intertidal fauna from Cornwall and elsewhere.

Contact

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Peter O'Donnell

Bio

Peter O'Donnell works for the Loughs Agency and is involved in its environmental education programme. He has a collection of images of species native to the UK.

Contact

Peter O'Donnell,
22 Victoria Road,
Londonderry, BT47 2AB
Tel: (028) 71342100
peter.odonnell@loughs-agency.org
www.loughs-agency.org

Peter van Bragt

Bio

Peter H. van Bragt is a molecular biologist with marine biology as a hobby. He has a great interest in the marine flora and fauna of the Netherlands with a special interest in Dutch sea slugs. He owns a large collection of photographs of Dutch marine species and habitats. He is strongly involved in Dutch marine biology monitoring projects and courses.

Contact

Peter H. van Bragt,
Antiloopstraat 28,
4817 LC BREDA,
The Netherlands.
vanbragt.phjm@hsbrabant.nl
http://www.anemoon.org

Peter Watkinson

Bio

Peter Watkinson is a commercial fisherman and can supply images and specimens of many North Sea species.

Contact

Prof. Alan J. Southward

Bio

Professor Alan Southward (now deceased) was an honoury research fellow at the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. His research interests included long-term changes in marine ecosystems; the biogeography and systematics of Cirripedia, and the biology of hydrothermal vents and seeps.

Contact

Contact MarLIN Editor
marlin@mba.ac.uk

Prof. Christine Maggs

Bio

Prof. Christine Maggs is a phycologist studying all aspects of marine red and green algae, and specializing in taxonomy of red algae. She is co-author of the Ceramiales (red algae) flora of the British Isles, published by the Natural History Museum.

Contact

School of Biology & Biochemistry
Queen's University of Belfast
Belfast BT9 7BL
Northern Ireland.
Tel: 02890 972265

Prof. Jason Hall-Spencer

Bio

Jason Hall-Spencer is a benthic ecologist specialising in calcareous marine organisms and underwater videography.

Contact

Prof. Jason Hall-Spencer
Royal Society Research Fellow
Marine Institute
University of Plymouth
Plymouth, PL4 8AA

Prof. John Davenport

Bio

Professor John Davenport is a marine biologist who has worked on sea turtles for several years and has published papers on their swimming mechanisms and ecophysiology. He is particularly interested in turtle thermal regulation in relation to global warming and sex determination.

Contact

Department of Zoology and Animal Ecology
University College Cork
Lee Maltings
Prospect Row
CORK
Ireland.
Tel. (021) 904355
j.davenport@ucc.ie

Richard Edmonds

Bio

Richard Edmonds holds a large collection of marine images from western Lyme Bay and a smaller Scottish and tropical collection. He also specialises in geology and fossils of the Dorset coast and gives illustrated, informal, non-technical lectures on all of these subjects.

Richard Lord

Bio

Richard Lord is a professional marine photographer with a large collection of images of marine life from around Guernsey and commercial fish and shellfish from around the world.

Contact

Richard Lord
Guernsey, GY1 1BQ,
Great Britain.
Fax: +44 (0)1481 700699
fishinfo@guernsey.net
www.sealordphotography.net

Richard Smith

Bio

Richard Smith is an entomologist with special interests in invertebrate conservation and natural history education.

Contact

Dr Richard Smith,
12 Chestnut grove,
Acomb, York.
Santa.teresa@btinternet.com

Rob Jutsum

Bio

Rob Jutsum is an amateur photographer. He has several hundred images of rocky shore animals which he uses to support the activities of "Coastwise", North Devon.

Contact

36 Stallards,
Braunton,
Devon EX33 1BP
Info@coastwise

Rob Spray and Dawn Watson

Bio

Rob Spray and Dawn Watson have a large collection of images of marine species and habitats from Britain and around the world, many taken while working as joint coordinator for Seasearch in East Anglia.

Contact

Rob Spray and Dawn Watson
1 Town Houses,
Yoxford Road
Sibton,
Saxmundham
Suffolk IP17 2LX
rob@1townhouses.co.uk

Robert Beharie

Bio

Robert Beharie works on shoreline wave action measurements and the determination environmental and ecological impacts from wave energy converter arrays. Robert continues monitoring shoreline wave action and carries out habitat and biotope surveys on the West coast of Orkney.

Contact

International Centre for Island Technology
Heriot Watt University
IPE Orkney Campus
Academy Buildings
Back Road
Stromness
Orkney, KW16 3AW
Tel: +44 (0)1856 850605
Fax: +44 (0)1856 851349
http://hw.academia.edu/RobertBeharie

Robert Keen

Bio

Robert J. Keen is a keen diver who enjoys observing, photographing and cataloging as much marine life as he can from around the world. He is passionate about stopping the degradation of the Oceans particularly as regards the Shark populations.

Contact

Robert J. Keen
Marysia,
2 Dellfield Close,
Watford,
Herts. WD17 4LB
robkeen@tiscali.co.uk

Ruth Memmott

Bio

Ruth is a marine biologist studying for a masters at the University of Plymouth.

Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS)

Bio

Dunstaffnage Marine Laboratory (DML) near Oban, Argyll is the home of the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS). SAMS carries out research in coastal and offshore environments, with a particular emphasis on biology, sediment geochemistry and technology. Increasingly, results are being applied to environmental management/impact assessment. 

Contact

Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS),
Dunstaffnage Marine Laboratory,
Oban,
Argyll, PA37 1QA,
Scotland.
Tel. 01631 559000
Fax. 01631 559001
info@sams.ac.uk
http://www.sams.ac.uk

Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH)

Bio

Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is a government agency that works to conserve and enhance Scotland's natural heritage of wildlife, habitats and lanscapes. SNH aims to help people enjoy Scotlands natural heritage responsibly, understand it more fully and use it wisely so that it can be sustained for future generations.

Contact

Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH),
Maritime Group,
2 5 Anderson Place,
Edinburgh EH6 5NP.
Tel 0131 446 2400
Fax 0131 446 2405
http://www.snh.gov.uk/

SERPENT Project, the DEEPSEAS Group at NOC

Bio

The "Scientific and Environmental ROV Partnership using Existing iNdustrial Technology" (SERPENT) project aims to make cutting-edge ROV technology and data more accessible to the world's science community, sharing knowledge and progressing deep-sea research. The programme will interact with science and conservation groups globally and transparently communicate our project to the public to increase the awareness of our fragile marine resources.

SERPENT is a global project hosted by the DEEPSEAS group, in the George Deacon Division (GDD) of the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (NOCS) with a network of UK and global partners.
 

Contact

Maria Baker,
ChEss Coordinator/DC-UK Research Fellow
DEEPSEAS Group, George Deacon Division, 
National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, Empress Dock,
Southampton SO14 3ZH, UK.
Tel +44 (0)23 80596352
Fax + 44 (0)23 80596247
Email  mb11@noc.soton.ac.uk

Simon Brown

Bio

Simon Brown takes a wide range of photographs from shallow reefs to deep wrecks in temperate and tropical waters. He would be pleased to hear about any interesting projects or unusual requirement that users would like captured on film.

Contact

Simon Brown,
11 Cherberry Close,
Fleet,
Hants, GU51 2TD.
simon@simonbrownimages.com
www.simonbrownimages.com

Sofie Vandendriessche

Bio

Sofie Vandendriessche is a PhD student studying the fauna associated with detached seaweeds floating at the sea surface in Belgian coastal waters.

Contact

Sofie Vandendriessche, MSc
Ghent University, Marine Biology Section
Sofie.Vandendriessche@UGent.be

Stephen Chalk

Bio

Stephen is a catch and release angler, and is also studying marine biology.

Contact

Steve Bell

Bio

Steve Bell is a Mountaineer, Sea Kayaker and Sea Kayak Coach, Amateur photographer and occasional freelance writer.

Contact

Steve Bell
19 Station Gate,
Glasford,
Strathaven,
Lanarkshire
inverbell@btinterent.com

Steven Campbell

Bio

None

Contact

None provided

Sue Daly

Bio

Sue Daly is a writer, broadcaster, underwater photographer and natural history film-maker based in the Channel Island of Jersey. Sue Daly is author of the book 'The Marine Life of the Channel Isles' (1998) and the 'Wildlife of the Channel Isles' Website. She holds a large collection of underwater photographs from the Channel Isles, the Red Sea, Maldives, Malaysia and the Mediterranean.

Contact

Sue Daly
La Vieille Maison,
La Seigneurie,
Sark GY9 0SF, Channel Islands
sue@suedalyproductions.com
www.suedalyproductions.com

Sue Scott

Bio

Sue Scott is a professional marine life photographer and biologist with a large collection of images especially from Scottish marine and freshwater habitats.

Contact

Sue Scott
Strome House
North Strome
Loch Carron
Ross-shire, IV54 8YJ, UK
Fax: +44 (0)1520 722588
suescott153@btinternet.com

Tabitha Pearman

Bio

Tabitha works in offshore marine environmental survey and enjoys rock pooling and snorkelling.

Contact

www.flickr.com/photos/53937833@N04/with/5097244985/

Terry Wimbleton

Bio

None
 

Contact

P Terry Wimbleton,
5 Ramsdale Avenue,
Leigh Park,
Havant, Hants, PO9 4DY.

Thom Nickell

Bio

Thom Nickell is a benthic ecologist based at the Scottish Association for Marine Science.

Contact

Thom Nickell
Scottish Association for Marine Science
Oban,
Argyll, PA37 1QA
Tel: 01631 559261
Thom.Nickell@sams.ac.uk

Tim Nicholson

Bio

Tim Nicholson is an amateur diver and underwater photographer. He has a collection of images taken in several locations around the world all on his trusty Nikonos V. Most of his British images were taken around the Isle of Man, where he currently lives and works. He is a contributor to photo galleries at www.scubatravel.co.uk

Contact

42 Garth Avenue,
Surby,
Isle of Man, IM9 6QZ
Tel: 01624 836067
tim@pdms.com

Tim Siferd

Bio

Tim Siferd is a biologist in the Stock Assessment section of Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Artic benthic stocks, especially clams are assessed through remote underwater photographic sampling and diving.

Contact

Tim Siferd,
Fisheries and Oceans Canada,
501 University Crescent,
Winnipeg, MB, Canada,
R3T 2N6.
siferdtd@dfo-mpo.gc.ca

Whirling Disease Foundation

Bio

The Whirling Disease Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit corporation established in 1995 with a mission to raise the funds needed for researched solutions to the damage caused by whirling disease. The Whirling Disease Foundation has images of whirling disease-infected fish, Myxobolus cerebralis (the parasitic cause of whirling disease), and Tubifex tubifex (the parasite's alternate host).

Contact

Whirling Disease Foundation
P.O. Box 327
Bozeman , Montana 59771-0327
(406) 585-0860
whirling@mcn.net
http://www.whirling-disease.org/

WWF

Bio

WWF is a worldwide conservation network and its photo library reflects the scope of its work with 20,000 colour transparencies on a range on a range of UK and international conservation and environmental issues. Categories include mammals, birds, land/water invertebrates, UK and international habitats/scenery and a wide range of images depicting environmental issues. For more information about the use of these images, please contact the WWF photo-library.


 

Contact

Tel: +44 (0) 1483 426444
lnave@wwfnet.org or jrivers@wwfnet.org
The library is open between 9am and 5pm.