cv and publications
|Dr James Pilgrim|
|Dr Dave Parry|
|Capt Colin Brown
to project MedFisis - GCP/INT/918/EC FAO(UN), Rome..
|Research (including several voyages N & S Atlantic and Arctic on research ships)|
|Underwater imaging in high contrast situations. Visibility of underwater signage. Optical properties of suspended particles. Relationship ocean colour and CO2 exchange. Relationship ocean colour and satellite imagery. Spectral reflectivity of water in river plumes. Underwater visibility; diver visibility; visibility of fishing nets/gear. Measurement of light absorption underwater. Development of Abiss (Autonomous Benthic Image Scaling System) and associated underwater projects. Development of ARIA (Acoustic Ranching in Aquaculture)|
|PhD supervision as Director of Studies|
C.Y (2003) Investigation of primary
productivity along the Atlantic Meridional Transect (50 deg
N to 33 deg S) through fast repetition rate fluorometry. University
C.J-Y.J. (2003) Development and
modelling of a point source integrating cavity absorption
meter (PSICAM). University of Plymouth
for Underwater Technology: member of Underwater Science Group
Institute of Physics: member of Optical Group Committee
Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology: member of Professional Affairs Working Group
PhD: (1988) Optical
attenuation coefficients in oceanic and estuarine waters.
Lovell, J.M., Findlay, M.M., Harper, G., Moate, R.M. and Pilgrim, D.A.(2005) The polarisation of inner ear ciliary bundles from a scorpaeniform fish. Journal of Fish Biology, 60, 836-846.
Lovell, J.M., Findlay, M.M., Moate, R.M. and Pilgrim, D.A.(2005) The polarisation of hair cells from the ear of the European bass (Dicentrarchus Labrax). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A 141, 116-121
Parry, D.M., Kendall, M.A., Pilgrim, D.A. and Jones, M.B. (2003) Identification of patch structure within marine benthic landscapes using a Remotely Operated Vehicle. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 285-286.
Parry, D.M., Nickell, L.A., Kendall, M.A., Burrows, M.T., Pilgrim, D.A. and Jones, M.B. (2002) Comparison of abundance and spatial distribution of burrowing megafauna from diver and Remotely Operated Vehicle observations. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 244, 8993
Lerebourg, C., Pilgrim, D.A., Ludbrook, G.D. and Neal, R. (2002) Development of a point source integrating cavity absorption meter. Journal of Optics, in print
Caldeira, R.M.A., Groom, S., Miller, P., Pilgrim, D.A. and Nezlin, N.P. (2002) Sea-surface signatures of the island mass effect phenomena around Madeira Island, Northeast Atlantic. Remote Sensing Environment, 80, 336-360.
Pilgrim, D.A., Parry, D.M., Jones, M.B. and Kendall, M.A. (2000) ROV image scaling with laser spot patterns. Underwater Technology, 24(3), 93-103.
Parry, D.M., Jones, M.B., Kendall, M.A., Pilgrim, D.A. (2000) Quantitative investigation of megafaunal distribution using remotely operated vehicles. Porcupine Marine Natural History Society Newsletter, 5, 44-45.
Aiken, J., Rees, N., Hooker, S., Holligan, P., Bale, A., Robins, D., Moore, G., Harris, R., and Pilgrim, D. (2000) The Atlantic Meridional Transect: overview and synthesis of data. Progress in Oceanography, 45, 257-312.
Pilgrim, D.A. (1999) The observation of underwater light - part 2. The Hydrographic Journal, 91, 13-18.
Pilgrim, D.A. (1999) The observation of underwater light - part 1. The Hydrographic Journal, 90, 23-27.
Westbrook, A.G., Aiken, J. and Pilgrim D.A. (1998) Spatial variation in the performance of algorithms for the interpretation of remotely sensed measurements of colour during the first Atlantic Meridional Transect (AMT-1). Proceedings of the Institute of Physics Applied Optics Division Conference at Brighton, 16-19 March 1998, 229-234.
Westbrook, A.G., Pinkerton, M.H. Aiken, J. and Pilgrim, D.A. (2000) Simulated performance of remote sensing ocean colour algorithms during the 1996 PRIME cruise. Deep Sea Research II, 48, 845-856.
Lavender, S.J., Westbrook, A.G., Aiken, J. and Pilgrim, D.A. (1997) Derivation of water leaving radiances during PACE. Proceedings of the Third International Airbourne Remote Sensing Conference and Exhibition, Copenhagen, 7-10 July 1997, 676-683.
Gallienne, C.P., Robins, D.B. and Pilgrim, D.A. (1996) Measuring abundance and size distribution of zooplankton using the optical plankton counter in underway mode. Underwater Technology, 21(4), 15-21.
Newbury, P.F., Culverhouse, P.F. and Pilgrim, D.A. (1995) Automatic fish population counting by artificial neural network. Aquaculture, 133, 45-55.
Benns, E.J and Pilgrim, D.A. (1994) The effect of particle characteristics on the beam attenuation coefficient and output from an optical backscatter sensor. Netherlands Journal of Aquatic Ecology, 28(3-4), 245-248.
Pilgrim, D.A., and Millward, G.E. (1989) Variation in the diffuse optical depth of the bed of a tidal estuary. Developments in Estuarine and Coastal Study Techniques, (Ed. J. McManus and M. Elliott), Olsen and Olsen, 101-107.
Pilgrim, D.A., Redfern, T.A., MacLachlan, G.S. and Marsh, R.I. (1989) Estimation of optical coefficients from diver observations of visibility. Progress in Underwater Science, 14, 33-52.
Pilgrim, D.A. (1989) Measurement of the optical diffuse attenuation coefficient. The Hydrographic Journal, 54, 23-27.
Pilgrim, D.A. (1987) Measurement and estimation of the extinction coefficient in turbid estuarine waters. Continental Shelf Research, 7(11/12), 1425-1428.
Uncles, R.J., Elliott, R.C.A., Weston, S.A., Pilgrim, D.A., Ackroyd, D.R., McMillan, D.J. and Lynn, N.M. (1985) Synoptic observations of salinity, suspended sediment and vertical current structure in a partly mixed estuary. In: Physics in Shallow Estuaries and Bays (van de Kreeke C, ed), Springer-Verlag, 58-70.
Pilgrim, D.A. (1984) The Secchi disc in principle and in use. The Hydrographic Journal, 33, 25-30.
Pilgrim, D.A., Parry, D.M., Remmer, S (2001) The underwater optics of Abiss (Autonomous Benthic Image Scaling System). Ocean Optics 6, Institute of Physics, London, 9th October 2001
D.M., Jones, M.B., Kendall, M.A. and Pilgrim, D.A. (2000)
Quantitative investigation of megafaunal
distribution using remotely operated vehicles. Porcupine
Marine Natural History Society News Letter, 5,
Pilgrim, D.A. (1999) Analysis and presentation of underwater video recordings. Hydro '99, Plymouth, January 1999.
Pilgrim, D.A. (1998) Using a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) for underwater scientific observations. Coastal and Ocean Modeling, Valletta, Malta, November 1998.Pilgrim, D.A. and Gallienne, C.P (1998) Viza - an underwater camera that counts plankton. Coastal and Ocean Modeling, Valletta, Malta, November 1998.
Ewins, N.J. and Pilgrim, D.A. (1997) The evaluation of PhotoModeler for use under water. Proceedings of the Fourth SUT Underwater Science Symposium, Newcastle upon Tyne, November 1997, 135-145.
Pilgrim, D.A. (1994) Observations of visibility in a laboratory tank. SUT Underwater Science Symposium, Bristol 12-13 March 1994.
Pilgrim, D.A. (2002) Celebrating a century of challenge. Marine Scientist, no.2 Winter 2002/03.
Pilgrim, D.A. (2002) Sea pictures reveal all. Marine Scientist, no.1 Autumn 2002.
Pilgrim, D.A. (1999) Making measurements from video. International Ocean Systems Design, 4-7, May/June 1999.
Pilgrim, D.A. (1986) Using a micro for coursework assessment. Aspects of Assessment, Educational Services, Plymouth Polytechnic.
Pilgrim, D.A. (1980) The assessment of wind speed at sea - part 2. Safety at Sea, 13-15, May 1980.
Pilgrim, D.A. (1980) The assessment of wind speed at sea - part 1. Safety at Sea, 27-32, May 1980.
Pilgrim, D.A. (1980) Hot air, wind or waves? Fairplay International Shipping Weekly, 15, Jan 1980.
Pilgrim, Pilgrim, D.A. Coppola, S and Mosteiro, A.(2011) Fishing vessel census: training manual. GCP/INT/918/EC/MedFisis; MedFisis Technical Documen, FAO, Rome.
Robbins, D., Pilgrim, D.A., Kendall, M.A.(2007) Automatic Seabed Video Analysis Report to Proof of Concept Fund, Research and Inovation, University of Plymouth.
Pilgrim, D.A. and Lovell, J.M.(2002) A review of current publications dealing with the impact of low frequency sounds upon fish Report to Devon Sea Fishing Association.
Pilgrim, D.A. (2000) Exploration of structured lighting/image processing techniques to aid underwater target classification. Report to DERA Bincleaves (contract no.SSDW/1153)
Gallienne, C.P. and Pilgrim, D.A. (1995) An automated liquid crystal shutter for underwater cameras in extreme contrast conditions. Report to DERA Malvern.
Pilgrim, D.A. (1991) Fisheries training in Southern Iran. Report to United Nations FAO, Rome, January 1991.
Pilgrim, D.A. (1985) A ghost-net experiment in shallow water near Plymouth. Sea Fish Industry Authority IDU Internal report No.1232
D.A (2004) MetriCam
in crime scene imaging?
D.A (2003, 2004) Abiss
(Autonamous Benthic Image Scaling System):
a new tool for benthic surveys
Pilgrim, D.A (2002) Acquisition and analysis of benthic photographs. FAO MedSudMed Meeting, Sliema, Malta, december 2002.
Pilgrim, D.A (2001) The University of Plymouth Abiss (Autonomous Benthic Image Scaling System) CEFAS Symposium: Autonomous Measurements in the Marine Environment, London, 26th April, 2002.
Pilgrim, D.A (2001) Development of underwater video techniques at the University of Plymouth, UK. Russian State Hydrometeorological University, St Petersburg, Russia, 22nd July 2001
Pilgrim, D.A. and Remmer.S (2001) The University of Plymouth Abiss (Autonomous Benthic Image Scaling System) Plymouth Geographical Association, Athenaeum Theatre, Plymouth, 21st September 2001.
Remmer,S. and Pilgrim, D.A. (2002) An underwater object scaling system using structured lighting. Seventh International Conference on Remote Sensing for Marine and Coastal Environments, Miami, Florida, USA, May 20-22, 2002.
Parry, D.M., Kendall, M.A., Pilgrim, D.A., Jones, M.B. (2001) Quantitative spatial and temporal distribution patterns of bioturbating megafauna using a Remotely Operated Vehicle. 36th European Marine Biology Symposium. 17-22 September, Menorca, Spain.
Parry, D.M., Kendall, M.A., Jones, M.B., Pilgrim, D.A. (2000) Image scaling aids identification of sediment structures observed by Remotely Operated Vehicles. Porcupine Marine Natural History Society Meeting: Approaches to Identification. 17-19 March, Plymouth, United Kingdom.