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2014 Publications

1. Airs RL, Temperton B, Sambles C, Farnham G, Skill SC, Llewellyn CA. Chlorophyll f and chlorophyll d are produced in the cyanobacterium Chlorogloeopsis fritschii when cultured under natural light and near-infrared radiation. Febs Letters 588, 3770-3777.

2. Akanyeti O, Brown JC, Chambers LD, el Daou H, Fiazza M-C, Fiorini P, Jezov J, Jung DS, Kruusmaa M, Listak M, Liszewski A, Maud JL, Megill WM, Rossi L, Qualtieri A, Rizzi F, Salumaee T, Toming G, Venturelli R, Visentin F, De Vittorio M.  FILOSE for Svenning A Flow Sensing Bioinspired Robot. IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine 21, 51-62. 

3. Artioli Y, Blackford JC, Nondal G, Bellerby RGJ, Wakelin SL, Holt JT, Butenschoen M, Allen JI. Heterogeneity of impacts of high CO2 on the North Western European Shelf. Biogeosciences 11, 601-612.

4. Ashley MC, Mangi SC, Rodwell LD. The potential of offshore windfarms to act as marine protected areas - A systematic review of current evidence. Marine Policy 45, 301-309.

5. Atkinson A, Hill SL, Barange M, Pakhomov EA, Raubenheimer D, Schmidt K, Simpson SJ, Reiss C. Sardine cycles, krill declines, and locust plagues: revisiting 'wasp-waist' food webs. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 29, 309-316.

6. Barange M, Merino G, Blanchard JL, Scholtens J, Harle J, Allison EH, Allen JI, Holt J, Jennings S. Impacts of climate change on marine ecosystem production in societies dependent on fisheries. Nature Climate Change 4, 211-216.

7. Barnes MK, Tilstone GH, Smyth TJ, Suggett DJ, Astoreca R, Lancelot C, Kromkamp JC. Absorption-based algorithm of primary production for total and size-fractionated phytoplankton in coastal waters. Marine Ecology Progress Series 504, 73-89.

8. Beacham TA, Bradley C, White DA, Bond P, Ali ST. Lipid productivity and cell wall ultrastructure of six strains of Nannochloropsis: Implications for biofuel production and downstream processing.  Algal Research, 6 (A). 64-69.  10.1016/j.algal.2014.09.003

9. Beale R, Johnson MT, Liss PS, Nightingale PD. Air-Sea Exchange of Marine Trace Gases. In: Treatise on Geochemistry.  Elsevier Ltd., 53-92, 40pp.

10. Beaumont NJ, Jones L, Garbutt A, Hansom JD, Toberman M. The value of carbon sequestration and storage in coastal habitats. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 137, 32-40.

11. Blackford J, Stahl H, Bull JM, Berges BJP, Cevatoglu M, Lichtschlag A, Connelly D, James RH, Kita J, Long D, Naylor M, Shitashima K, Smith D, Taylor P, Wright I, Akhurst M, Chen B, Gernon TM, Hauton C, Hayashi M, Kaieda H, Leighton TG, Sato T, Sayer MDJ, Suzumura M, Tait K, Vardy ME, White PR, Widdicombe S. Detection and impacts of leakage from sub-seafloor deep geological carbon dioxide storage. Nature Climate Change 4, 1011-1016.

12. Borger T, Hattam CE, Burdon D, Atkins JP, Austen MC. Valuing conservation benefits of an offshore marine protected area. Ecological Economics 108, 229-241.

13. Borger T, Beaumont NJ, Pendleton L, Boyle KJ, Cooper P, Fletcher S, Haab T, Hanemann M, Hooper TL, Hussain SS, Portela R, Stithou M, Stockill J, Taylor T, Austen MC. Incorporating ecosystem services in marine planning: The role of valuation. Marine Policy 46, 161-170.

14. Brewin RJW, Mélin F, Sathyendranath S, Steinmetz F, Chuprin A, Grant MG. On the temporal consistency of chlorophyll products derived from three ocean-colour sensors.  ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 97. 171-184.  10.1016/j.isprsjprs.2014.08.013

15. Brewin RJW, Sathyendranath S, Lange PK, Tilstone G. Comparison of two methods to derive the size-structure of natural populations of phytoplankton. Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers 85, 72-79.

16. Brewin RJW, Sathyendranath S, Tilstone G, Lange PK, Platt T. A multicomponent model of phytoplankton size structure. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans 119, 3478-3496.

17. Brodie J, Williamson CJ, Smale DA, Kamenos NA, Mieszkowska N, Santos R, Cunliffe M, Steinke M, Yesson C, Anderson KM, Asnaghi V, Brownlee C, Burdett HL, Burrows MT, Collins S, Donohue PJC, Harvey B, Foggo A, Noisette F, Nunes J, Ragazzola F, Raven JA, Schmidt DN, Suggett D, Teichberg M, Hall-Spencer JM. The future of the northeast Atlantic benthic flora in a high CO2 world. Ecology and Evolution 4, 2787-2798.

18. Brown IJ, Torres R, Rees AP. The origin of sub-surface source waters define the sea-air flux of methane in the Mauritanian Upwelling, NW Africa. Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans 67, 39-46.

19. Browning TJ, Bouman HA, Henderson GM, Mather TA, Pyle DM, Schlosser C, Woodward EMS, Moore CM. Strong responses of Southern Ocean phytoplankton communities to volcanic ash. Geophysical Research Letters 41, 2851-2857.

20. Browning TJ, Bouman HA, Moore CM, Schlosser C, Tarran GA, Woodward EMS, Henderson GM. Nutrient regimes control phytoplankton ecophysiology in the South Atlantic. Biogeosciences 11, 463-479.

21. Bruggeman J, Bolding K. A general framework for aquatic biogeochemical models. Environmental Modelling & Software 61, 249-265.

22. Budge SM, Devred E, Forget M-H, Stuart V, Trzcinski MK, Sathyendranath S, Platt T. Estimating concentrations of essential omega-3 fatty acids in the ocean: supply and demand. ICES Journal of Marine Science 71, 1885-1893.

23. Caballero A, Ferrer L, Rubio A, Charria G, Taylor BH, Grima N. Monitoring of a quasi-stationary eddy in the Bay of Biscay by means of satellite, in-situ and model results. Deep-Sea Research Part II-Topical Studies in Oceanography 106, 23-37.

24. Carini P, Campbell EO, Morré J, Sañudo-Wilhelmy SA, Thrash JC, Bennett SE, Temperton B, Begley T, Giovannoni SJ. Discovery of a SAR11 growth requirement for thiamin’s pyrimidine precursor and its distribution in the Sargasso Sea.  The ISME Journal, 8 (8). 1727-1738.  10.1038/ismej.2014.61

25. Chust G, Allen JI, Bopp L, Schrum C, Holt JT, Tsiaras K, Zavatarelli M, Chifflet M, Cannaby HR, Dadou I, Daewel U, Wakelin SL, Machu E, Pushpadas D, Butenschon M, Artioli Y, Petihakis G, Smith C, Garçon VC, Goubanova K, Le Vu B, Fach BA, Salihoglu B, Clementi E, Irigoien X. Biomass changes and trophic amplification of plankton in a warmer ocean.  Global Change Biology. n/a-n/a.  10.1111/gcb.12562

26. Ciavatta S, Torres R, Martinez-Vicente V, Smyth T, Dall'Olmo G, Polimene L, Allen JI. Assimilation of remotely-sensed optical properties to improve marine biogeochemistry modelling. Progress in Oceanography 127, 74-95.

27. Clark DR, Brown IJ, Rees AP, Somerfield PJ, Miller PI. The influence of ocean acidification on nitrogen regeneration and nitrous oxide production in the northwest European shelf sea. Biogeosciences 11, 4985-5005.

28. Clark DR, Flynn KJ, Fabian H. Variation in Elemental Stoichiometry of the Marine Diatom Thalassiosira Weissflogii (Bacillariophyceae) in Response to Combined Nutrient Stress and Changes in Carbonate Chemistry. Journal of Phycology 50, 640-651.

29. Clarke KR, Tweedley JR, Valesini FJ. Simple shade plots aid better long- term choices of data pre- treatment in multivariate assemblage studies. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 94, 1-16.

30. Cole M, Webb H, Lindeque PK, Fileman ES, Halsband C, Galloway TS. Isolation of microplastics in biota-rich seawater samples and marine organisms. Scientific Reports 4.

31. Correa GVV, Ingels J, Valdes YV, Fonseca-Genevois VG, Farrapeira CMR, Santos GAP. Diversity and composition of macro- and meiofaunal carapace epibionts of the hawksbill sea turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata Linnaeus, 1822) in Atlantic waters. Marine Biodiversity 44, 391-401.

32. Cripps G, Lindeque P, Flynn K. Parental exposure to elevated pCO(2) influences the reproductive success of copepods. Journal of Plankton Research 36, 1165-1174.

33. Cripps G, Lindeque P, Flynn KJ. Have we been underestimating the effects of ocean acidification in zooplankton? Global Change Biology 20, 3377-85.

34. Cross J, Nimmo-Smith WAM, Hosegood PJ, Torres R. The dispersal of phytoplankton populations by enhanced turbulent mixing in a shallow coastal sea. Journal of Marine Systems 136, 55-64.

35. D'Agata A, Fasulo S, Dallas LJ, Fisher AS, Maisano M, Readman JW, Jha AN. Enhanced toxicity of 'bulk' titanium dioxide compared to 'fresh' and 'aged' nano-TiO2 in marine mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis). Nanotoxicology 8, 549-558.

36. Daines SJ, Clark JR, Lenton TM. Multiple environmental controls on phytoplankton growth strategies determine adaptive responses of the N:P ratio. Ecology Letters 17, 414-425.

37. Dall'Olmo G, Mork KA. Carbon export by small particles in the Norwegian Sea. Geophysical Research Letters 41, 2921-2927.

38. Di Franco A, Bulleri F, Pennetta A, De Benedetto G, Clarke KR, Guidetti P. Within-Otolith Variability in Chemical Fingerprints: Implications for Sampling Designs and Possible Environmental Interpretation. Plos One 9.

39. Dixon JL, Beale R, Sargeant SL, Tarran GA, Nightingale PD. Microbial acetone oxidation in coastal seawater. Frontiers in Microbiology 5, 243-243.

40. Du Y, Gao S, Warwick RM, Hua E. Ecological functioning of free-living marine nematodes in coastal wetlands: an overview. Chinese Science Bulletin 59, 4692-4704.

41. Ellis RP, Spicer JI, Byrne JJ, Sommer U, Vian MR, White DA, Widdicombe S. H-1 NMR Metabolomics Reveals Contrasting Response by Male and Female Mussels Exposed to Reduced Seawater pH, Increased Temperature, and a Pathogen. Environmental Science & Technology 48, 7044-7052.

42. Feng X, Tsimplis MN, Quartly GD, Yelland MJ. Wave height analysis from 10 years of observations in the Norwegian Sea. Continental Shelf Research 72, 47-56.

43. Feng X, Tsimplis MN, Yelland MJ, Quartly GD. Changes in significant and maximum wave heights in the Norwegian Sea. Global and Planetary Change 113, 68-76.

44. Fileman ES, Lindeque PK, Harmer RA, Halsband C, Atkinson A. Feeding rates and prey selectivity of planktonic decapod larvae in the Western English Channel. Marine Biology 161, 2479-2494.

45. Findlay HS, Hennige SJ, Wicks LC, Navas JM, Woodward EMS, Roberts JM. Fine-scale nutrient and carbonate system dynamics around cold-water coral reefs in the northeast Atlantic. Scientific Reports 4.

46. Freeborn PH, Wooster MJ, Roberts G, Xu W. Evaluating the SEVIRI Fire Thermal Anomaly Detection Algorithm across the Central African Republic Using the MODIS Active Fire Product. Remote Sensing 6, 1890-1917.

47. Frommel AY, Maneja R, Lowe D, Pascoe CK, Geffen AJ, Folkvord A, Piatkowski U, Clemmesen C. Organ damage in Atlantic herring larvae as a result of ocean acidification. Ecological Applications 24, 1131-1143.

48. Garcia-Soto C, Pingree RD. A new look at the oceanography of the Bay of Biscay. Deep-Sea Research Part II-Topical Studies in Oceanography 106, 1-4.

49. Garrard SL, Beaumont NJ. The effect of ocean acidification on carbon storage and sequestration in seagrass beds, a global and UK context. Marine Pollution Bulletin 86, 138-46.

50. Gattuso J-P, Kirkwood W, Barry JP, Cox E, Gazeau F, Hansson L, Hendriks I, Kline DI, Mahacek P, Martin S, McElhany P, Peltzer ET, Reeves J, Roberts D, Saderne V, Tait K, Widdicombe S, Brewer PG. Free-ocean CO2 enrichment (FOCE) systems: present status and future developments. Biogeosciences 11, 4057-4075.

51. Giovannoni SJ, Thrash JC, Temperton B. Implications of streamlining theory for microbial ecology. Isme Journal 8, 1553-1565.

52. Glibert PM, Allen JI, Artioli Y, Beusen A, Bouwman L, Harle J, Holmes R, Holt J. Vulnerability of coastal ecosystems to changes in harmful algal bloom distribution in response to climate change: projections based on model analysis. Global Change Biology 20, 3845-3858.

53. Harris R. 2013 David Cushing Prize. Journal of Plankton Research 36, 1-2.

54. Hattam CE, Atkins JP, Beaumont NJ, Borger T, Böhnke-Henrichs A, Burdon D, de Groot R, Hoefnagel E, Nunes PALD, Piwowarczyk J, Sastre S, Austen MC. Marine ecosystem services: Linking indicators to their classification.  Ecological Indicators, 49. 61-75.  10.1016/j.ecolind.2014.09.026

55. Hattam CE, Mangi SC, Gall SC, Rodwell LD. Social impacts of a temperate fisheries closure: understanding stakeholders' views. Marine Policy 45, 269-278.

56. Hennige SJ, Wicks LC, Kamenos NA, Bakker DCE, Findlay HS, Dumousseaud C, Roberts JM. Short-term metabolic and growth responses of the cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa to ocean acidification. Deep-Sea Research Part II-Topical Studies in Oceanography 99, 27-35.

57. Henry L-A, Vad J, Findlay HS, Murillo J, Milligan R, Roberts JM. Environmental variability and biodiversity of megabenthos on the Hebrides Terrace Seamount (Northeast Atlantic). Scientific Reports 4.

58. Hernandez-Sanchez MT, Woodward EMS, Taylor KWR, Henderson GM, Pancost RD. Variations in GDGT distributions through the water column in the South East Atlantic Ocean. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 132, 337-348.

59. Highfield A, Evans C, Walne A, Miller PI, Schroeder DC. How many Coccolithovirus genotypes does it take to terminate an Emiliania huxleyi bloom? Virology 466, 138-145.

60. Hilmi N, Allemand D, Cinar M, Cooley S, Hall-Spencer JM, Haraldsson G, Hattam C, Jeffree RA, Orr JC, Rehdanz K, Reynaud S, Safa A, Dupont S. Exposure of Mediterranean Countries to Ocean Acidification. Water 6, 1719-1744.

61. Holt JT, Allen JI, Anderson TR, Brewin RJW, Butenschon M, Harle J, Huse G, Lehodey P, Lindemann C, Memery L, Salihoglu B, Senina I, Yool A. Challenges in integrative approaches to modelling the marine ecosystems of the North Atlantic: Physics to fish and coasts to ocean.  Progress in Oceanography, 129. 285-313.  10.1016/j.pocean.2014.04.024

62. Hooper T, Austen MC. The co-location of offshore windfarms and decapod fisheries in the UK: Constraints and opportunities. Marine Policy 43, 295-300.

63. Hooper TL, Cooper P, Hunt A, Austen MC. A methodology for the assessment of local-scale changes in marine environmental benefits and its application.  Ecosystem Services, ECOSER107.  10.1016/j.ecoser.2014.02.005

64. Hopkins FE, Archer SD. Consistent increase in dimethyl sulfide (DMS) in response to high CO2 in five shipboard bioassays from contrasting NW European waters. Biogeosciences 11, 4925-4940.

65. Ingels J, Dashfield SL, Somerfield PJ, Widdicombe S, Austen MC. Interactions between multiple large macrofauna species and nematode communities - Mechanisms for indirect impacts of trawling disturbance. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 456, 41-49.

66. Ingels J, Hauquier F, Raes M, Vanreusel A. Chapter 5.3. Antarctic Free-Living Marine Nematodes. In: De Broyer, C, Koubbi, P, Griffiths, HJ, Raymond, B, Udekem d’Acoz, C d', Van de Putte, A, Danis, B, David, B, Grant, S, Gutt, J, Held, C, Hosie, G, Huettmann, F, Post, A, Ropert-Coudert, Y, (eds.) Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean. Cambridge, Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research, 83-87.

67. Jensen CN, Ali ST, Allen MJ, Grogan G. Exploring nicotinamide cofactor promiscuity in NAD(P)H-dependent flavin containing monooxygenases (FMOs) using natural variation within the phosphate binding loop. Structure and activity of FMOs from Cellvibrio sp. BR and Pseudomonas stutzeri NF13. Journal of Molecular Catalysis B-Enzymatic 109, 191-198.

68. Joo HT, Park JW, Son SH, Noh J-H, Jeong J-Y, Kwak JH, Saux-Picart S, Choi JH, Kang C-K, Lee SH. Long-term annual primary production in the Ulleung Basin as a biological hot spot in the East/Japan Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans 119, 3002-3011.

69. Kadar E, Batalha IL, Fisher A, Roque ACA. The interaction of polymer-coated magnetic nanoparticles with seawater. The Science of the Total Environment 487, 771-7.

70. Kadar E, Cunliffe M, Fisher A, Stolpe B, Lead J, Shi Z. Chemical interaction of atmospheric mineral dust-derived nanoparticles with natural seawater - EPS and sunlight-mediated changes. Science of the Total Environment 468, 265-271.

71. Kadar E, Fisher A, Stolpe B, Calabrese S, Lead J, Valsami-Jones E, Shi Z. Colloidal stability of nanoparticles derived from simulated cloud-processed mineral dusts. Science of the Total Environment 466, 864-870.

72. Keeling PJ, Burki F, Wilcox HM, Allam B, Allen EE, Amaral-Zettler LA, Armbrust EV, Archibald JM, Bharti AK, Bell CJ, Beszteri B, Bidle KD, Cameron CT, Campbell L, Caron DA, Cattolico RA, Collier JL, Coyne K, Davy SK, Deschamps P-Y, Dyhrman ST, Edvardsen B, Gates RD, Gobler CJ, Greenwood SJ, Guida SM, Jacobi JL, Jakobsen KS, James ER, Jenkins B, John U, Johnson MD, Juhl AR, Kamp A, Katz LA, Kiene RP, Kudryavtsev A, Leander BS, Lin S, Lovejoy C, Lynn D, Marchetti A, McManus G, Nedelcu AM, Menden-Deuer S, Miceli C, Mock T, Montresor M, Moran MA, Murray S, Nadathur G, Nagai S, Ngam PB, Palenik B, Pawlowski J, Petroni G, Piganeau G, Posewitz MC, Rengefors K, Romano G, Rumpho ME, Rynearson T, Schilling KB, Schroeder DC, Simpson AGB, Slamovits CH, Smith DR, Smith GJ, Smith SR, Sosik HM, Stief P, Theriot E, Twary SN, Umale PE, Vaulot D, Wawrik B, Wheeler GL, Wilson WH, Xue Y, Zingone A, Worden AZ. The Marine Microbial Eukaryote Transcriptome Sequencing Project
(MMETSP): Illuminating the Functional Diversity of Eukaryotic Life in the Oceans through Transcriptome Sequencing. Plos Biology 12.

73. Kim S, Hollowed AB, Barange M, Mackenzie BR. ICES and PICES Strategies for Coordinating Research on the Impacts of Climate Change on Marine Ecosystems.  Oceanography, 27 (4). 160-167.  10.5670/oceanog.2014.94 <

74. Kimmance SA, Allen MJ, Pagarete A, Martinez JM, Wilson WH. Reduction in photosystem II efficiency during a virus-controlled Emiliania huxleyi bloom. Marine Ecology Progress Series 495, 65-76.

75. Kitidis V, Tilstone GH, Serret P, Smyth TJ, Torres R, Robinson C. Oxygen photolysis in the Mauritanian upwelling: Implications for net community production. Limnology and Oceanography 59, 299-310.

76. Krueger-Hadfield S, Balestreri C, Schroeder J, Highfield A, Helaouët P, Allum J, Moate R, Lohbeck KT, Miller PI, Riebesell U, Reusch TBH, Rickaby REM, Young J, Hallegraeff G, Brownlee C, Schroeder DC. Genotyping an Emiliania huxleyi (prymnesiophyceae) bloom event in the North Sea reveals evidence of asexual reproduction. Biogeosciences 11, 5215-5234.

77. Kurekin AA, Miller PI, Van der Woerd HJ. Satellite discrimination of Karenia mikimotoi and Phaeocystis harmful algal blooms in European coastal waters: Merged classification of ocean colour data. Harmful Algae 31, 163-176.

78. Land PE, Shutler JD, Bell TG, Yang M. Exploiting satellite earth observation to quantify current global oceanic DMS flux and its future climate sensitivity. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans 119, 7725-7740.

79. Land PE, Shutler JD, Platt T, Racault MF. A novel method to retrieve oceanic phytoplankton phenology from satellite data in the presence of data gaps. Ecological Indicators 37, 67-80.

80. Laverock B, Tait K, Gilbert JA, Osborn AM, Widdicombe S. Impacts of bioturbation on temporal variation in bacterial and archaeal nitrogen-cycling gene abundance in coastal sediments. Environmental Microbiology Reports 6, 113-121.

81. Lawrence SA, Wilson WH, Davy JE, Davy SK. Latent Virus-Like Infections Are Present in a Diverse Range of Symbiodinium Spp. (Dinophyta). Journal of Phycology 50, 977-997.

82. Leadbetter AM, Lowry RK, Clements DO. Putting meaning into NETMAR - the open service network for marine environmental data. International Journal of Digital Earth 7, 811-828.

83. Lessin G, Raudsepp U, Stips A. Modelling the influence of major baltic inflows on near-bottom conditions at the entrance of the gulf of Finland. PloS one 9, e112881-e112881.

84. Luisetti T, Turner RK, Jickells T, Andrews J, Elliott M, Schaafsma M, Beaumont N, Malcolm S, Burdon D, Adams C, Watts W. Coastal Zone Ecosystem Services: From science to values and decision making, a case study. Science of the Total Environment 493, 682-693.

85. Lyons DA, Arvanitidis C, Blight AJ, Chatzinikolaou E, Guy-Haim T, Kotta J, Orav-Kotta H, Queiros AM, Rilov G, Somerfield PJ, Crowe TP. Macroalgal blooms alter community structure and primary productivity in marine ecosystems. Global Change Biology 20, 2712-2724.

86. Mabon L, Shackley S, Blackford JC, Stahl H, Miller A. Local perceptions of the QICS experimental offshore CO2 release: Results from social science research. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. 10.1016/j.ijggc.2014.10.022

87. Malone TC, DiGiacomo PM, Goncalves E, Knap AH, Talaue-McManus L, de Mora S. A global ocean observing system framework for sustainable development. Marine Policy 43, 262-272.

88. Malone TC, DiGiacomo PM, Goncalves E, Knap AH, Talaue-McManus L, de Mora S, Muelbert J. Enhancing the Global Ocean Observing System to meet evidence based needs for the ecosystem-based management of coastal ecosystem services. Natural Resources Forum 38, 168-181.

89. McCoy SJ, Ragazzola F. Skeletal trade-offs in coralline algae in response to ocean acidification. Nature Climate Change 4, 719-723.

90. McKinnon DA, Williams A, Young J, Ceccarelli D, Dunstan P, Brewin RJW, Watson R, Brinkman R, Cappo M, Duggan S, Kelley R, Ridgway K, Lindsay D, Gledhill D, Hutton T, Richardson AJ. Tropical Marginal Seas: Priority Regions for Managing Marine Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function. Annual Review of Marine Science, Vol 6 6, 415-437.

91. Merino G, Barange M, Fernandes JA, Mullon C, Cheung W, Trenkel V, Lam V.  Estimating the economic loss of recent North Atlantic fisheries management.  Progress in Oceanography. 314-323.  10.1016/j.pocean.2014.04.022

92. Miller PI, Christodoulou S. Frequent locations of oceanic fronts as an indicator of pelagic diversity: Application to marine protected areas and renewables. Marine Policy 45, 318-329.

93. Mitchell JD, Collins KJ, Miller PI, Suberg LA. Quantifying the impact of environmental variables upon catch per unit effort of the blue shark Prionace glauca in the western English Channel. Journal of Fish Biology 85, 657-670.

94. Mitra A, Castellani C, Gentleman WC, Jónasdóttir SH, Flynn KJ, Bode A, Halsband C, Kuhn P, Licandro P, Agersted MD, Calbet A, Lindeque PK, Koppelmann R, Møller EF, Gislason A, Nielsen TG, St John M. Bridging the gap between marine biogeochemical and fisheries sciences, configuring the zooplankton link. Progress in Oceanography. 10.1016/j.pocean.2014.04.025

95. Monier A, Findlay HS, Charvet S, Lovejoy C. Late winter under ice pelagic microbial communities in the high Arctic Ocean and the impact of short-term exposure to elevated CO2 levels. Frontiers in Microbiology 5.

96. Muacho S, da Silva JCB, Brotas V, Oliveira PB, Magalhaes JM. Chlorophyll enhancement in the central region of the Bay of Biscay as a result of internal tidal wave interaction. Journal of Marine Systems 136, 22-30.

97. Mullon C, Merino G, Fernandes JA, Cheung W, Barange M. A modeling framework for oceanic basins under double exposure. International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (iEMSs). 7th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software. San Diego, California, USA.

98. Navas JM, Miller PI, Henry L-A, Hennige SJ, Roberts JM. Ecohydrodynamics of Cold-Water Coral Reefs: A Case Study of the Mingulay Reef Complex (Western Scotland). Plos One 9.

99. Nielsen TG, Kjellerup S, Smolina I, Hoarau G, Lindeque P. Live discrimination of Calanus glacialis and C-finmarchicus females: can we trust phenological differences? Marine Biology 161, 1299-1306.

100. Nissimov JI, Napier JA, Kimmance SA, Allen MJ. Permanent draft genomes of four new coccolithoviruses: EhV-18, EhV-145, EhV-156 and EhV-164. Marine Genomics 15, 7-8.

101. Otero J, L'Abee-Lund JH, Castro-Santos T, Leonardsson K, Storvik GO, Jonsson B, Dempson B, Russell IC, Jensen AJ, Bagliniere J-L, Dionne M, Armstrong JD, Romakkaniemi A, Letcher BH, Kocik JF, Erkinaro J, Poole R, Rogan G, Lundqvist, H, MacLean JC, Jokikokko E, Arnekleiv JV, Kennedy RJ, Niemela E, Caballero P, Music PA, Antonsson T, Gudjonsson S, Veselov AE, Lamberg A, Groom SB, Taylor BH, Taberner M, Dillane M, Arnason F, Horton G, Hvidsten NA, Jonsson IR, Jonsson N, McKelvey S, Naesje TF, Skaala O, Smith GW, Saegrov H, Stenseth NC, Vollestad LA. Basin-scale phenology and effects of climate variability on global timing of initial seaward migration of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Global Change Biology 20, 61-75.

102. Pagarete A, Kusonmano K, Petersen K, Kimmance SA, Martinez JM, Wilson WH, Hehemann J-H, Allen MJ, Sandaa R-A. Dip in the gene pool: Metagenomic survey of natural coccolithovirus communities. Virology 466, 129-137.

103. Painter SC, Patey MD, Tarran GA, Torres-Valdes S. Picoeukaryote distribution in relation to nitrate uptake in the oceanic nitracline. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 72, 195-213.

104. Panagopoulos T, de Jesus J, Blumberg D, Ben-Asher J. Spatial Variability of Durum Wheat Yield as Related to Soil Parameters in an Organic Field. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 45, 2018-2031.

105. Passaro M, Cipollini P, Vignudelli S, Quartly GD, Snaith HM. ALES: A multi-mission adaptive subwaveform retracker for coastal and open ocean altimetry. Remote Sensing of Environment 145, 173-189.

106. Pearce B, Farinas-Franco JM, Wilson C, Pitts J, deBurgh A, Somerfield PJ. Repeated mapping of reefs constructed by Sabellaria spinulosa Leuckart 1849 at an offshore wind farm site. Continental Shelf Research 83, 3-13.

107. Phelps JJC, Blackford JC, Holt JT, Polton JA. Modelling large-scale CO2 leakages in the North Sea. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. 10.1016/j.ijggc.2014.10.013

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109. Pingree RD, Garcia-Soto C. Plankton blooms, ocean circulation and the European slope current: Response to weather and climate in the Bay of Biscay and W English Channel (NE Atlantic). Deep-Sea Research Part II-Topical Studies in Oceanography 106, 5-22.

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