Publications

We have an excellent reputation for producing high quality scientific publications from our research and also for having amongst the mostly highly cited papers in the environmental science community, both in the UK and internationally. This was borne out by two separate surveys conducted by Thomson Reuters in 2011 and 2012 and also by an analysis conducted by Scopus in 2013.

For details of all our research publications please visit our repository at www.plymsea.ac.uk

Endnote files for all our publications each year since 2001, and as an entire volume, are available below:

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2013 Publications


1. Allen JI, Blackford J, Cheung W, Fulton B.  Overview of the third Advances in Marine Ecosystem Modelling Research (AMEMR) Symposium, 27-30 June 2011, Plymouth Preface. Journal of Marine Systems 125, 1-2.

2. Alvain S, Le Quere C, Bopp L, Racault M-F, Beaugrand G, Dessailly D, Buitenhuis ET.  Rapid climatic driven shifts of diatoms at high latitudes. Remote Sensing of Environment 132, 195-201.

3. Archer SD, Kimmance SA, Stephens JA, Hopkins FE, Bellerby RGJ, Schulz KG, Piontek J, Engel A.  Contrasting responses of DMS and DMSP to ocean acidification in Arctic waters. Biogeosciences 10, 1893-1908.

4. Bach LT, Mackinder LCM, Schulz KG, Wheeler G, Schroeder DC, Brownlee C, Riebesell U.  Dissecting the impact of CO2 and pH on the mechanisms of photosynthesis and calcification in the coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi. New Phytologist 199, 121-134.

5. Bale NJ, Airs RL, Kimmance SA, Llewellyn CA.  Transformation of chlorophyll a during viral infection of Emiliania huxleyi. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 69, 205-210.

6. Beale R, Dixon JL, Arnold SR, Liss PS, Nightingale PD.  Methanol, acetaldehyde, and acetone in the surface waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans 118, 5412-5425.

7. Behrenfeld MJ, Hu Y, Hostetler CA, Dall'Olmo G, Rodier SD, Hair JW, Trepte CR.  Space-based lidar measurements of global ocean carbon stocks. Geophysical Research Letters 40, 4355-4360.

8. Bell TG, De Bruyn W, Miller SD, Ward B, Christensen KH, Saltzman ES.  Air-sea dimethylsulfide (DMS) gas transfer in the North Atlantic: evidence for limited interfacial gas exchange at high wind speed. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 13, 11073-11087.

9. Borger T.  Keeping up appearances: Motivations for socially desirable responding in contingent valuation interviews. Ecological Economics 87, 155-165.

10. Boon A, Robinson JS, Nightingale PD, Cardenas L, Chadwick DR, Verhoef A.  Determination of the gas diffusion coefficient of a peat grassland soil. European Journal of Soil Science 64, 681-687.

11. Boyle RA, Clark JR, Poulton SW, Shields-Zhou G, Canfield DE, Lenton TM.  Nitrogen cycle feedbacks as a control on euxinia in the mid-Proterozoic ocean. Nature Communications 4.

12. Breckels MN, Bode NWF, Codling EA, Steinke M.  Effect of grazing-mediated dimethyl sulfide (DMS) production on the swimming behavior of the copepod Calanus helgolandicus. Marine Drugs 11, 2486-2500.

13. Brewin RJW, Raitsos DE, Pradhan Y, Hoteit I.  Comparison of chlorophyll in the Red Sea derived from MODIS-Aqua and in vivo fluorescence. Remote Sensing of Environment 136, 218-224.

14. Brotas V, Brewin RJW, Sa C, Brito AC, Silva A, Mendes CR, Diniz T, Kaufmann M, Tarran G, Groom SB, Platt T, Sathyendranath S. Deriving phytoplankton size classes from satellite data: Validation along a trophic gradient in the eastern Atlantic Ocean. Remote Sensing of Environment 134, 66-77.

15. Brownlee C, Chrachri A, Taylor AR, Balestreri C, Krueger-Hadfield S, Wheeler GL.  Understanding the mechanisms of cell and population responses of coccolithophores to changing ocean chemistry. Phycologia 52, 14-14.

16. Christen N, Calosi P, McNeill CL, Widdicombe S.  Structural and functional vulnerability to elevated pCO2 in marine benthic communities. Marine Biology 160, 2113-2128.

17. Christensen A, Butenschoen M, Guerkan Z, Allen IJ.  Towards an integrated forecasting system for fisheries on habitat-bound stocks. Ocean Science 9, 261-279.

18. Chust G, Irigoien X, Chave J, Harris RP.  Latitudinal phytoplankton distribution and the neutral theory of biodiversity. Global Ecology and Biogeography 22, 531-543.

19. Clark JR, Lenton TM, Williams HTP, Daines SJ.  Environmental selection and resource allocation determine spatial patterns in picophytoplankton cell size. Limnology and Oceanography 58, 1008-1022.

20. Cole M, Lindeque P, Fileman E, Halsband C, Goodhead R, Moger J, Galloway TS.  Microplastic ingestion by zooplankton. Environmental Science & Technology 47, 6646-6655.

21. Collingridge P, Brownlee C, Wheeler GL.  Compartmentalized calcium signaling in cilia regulates intraflagellar transport. Current Biology 23, 2311-2318.

22. Cooper K, Burdon D, Atkins JP, Weiss L, Somerfield P, Elliott M, Turner K, Ware S, Vivian C. Can the benefits of physical seabed restoration justify the costs? An assessment of a disused aggregate extraction site off the Thames Estuary, UK. Marine Pollution Bulletin 75, 33-45.

23. Cripps G, Widdicombe S, Spicer JI, Findlay HS.  Biological impacts of enhanced alkalinity in Carcinus maenas. Marine Pollution Bulletin 71, 190-198.

24. Cross J, Nimmo-Smith WAM, Torres R, Hosegood PJ.  Biological controls on resuspension and the relationship between particle size and the Kolmogorov length scale in a shallow coastal sea. Marine Geology 343, 29-38.

25. Dammshaeuser A, Wagener T, Garbe-Schoenberg D, Croot P.  Particulate and dissolved aluminum and titanium in the upper water column of the Atlantic Ocean. Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers 73, 127-139.

26. de Mora L, Butenschoen M, Allen JI.  How should sparse marine in situ measurements be compared to a continuous model: an example. Geoscientific Model Development 6, 533-548.

27. Depledge MH, Harvey AJ, Brownlee C, Frost M, Moore MN, Fleming LE.  Changing views of the interconnections between the oceans and human health in Europe. Microbial Ecology 65, 852-859.

28. Dixon JL, Beale R, Nightingale PD.  Production of methanol, acetaldehyde, and acetone in the Atlantic Ocean. Geophysical Research Letters 40, 4700-4705.

29. Dixon JL, Sargeant S, Nightingale PD, Murrell JC.  Gradients in microbial methanol uptake: productive coastal upwelling waters to oligotrophic gyres in the Atlantic Ocean. Isme Journal 7, 568-580.

30. Downes-Tettmar N, Rowland S, Widdicombe C, Woodward M, Llewellyn C.  Seasonal variation in Pseudo-nitzschia spp. and domoic acid in the Western English Channel. Continental Shelf Research 53, 40-49.

31. Dumas J-P, Langlois TJ, Clarke KR, Waddington KI.  Strong preference for decapod prey by the western rock lobster Panulirus cygnus. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 439, 25-34.

32. Ellwood MJ, Law CS, Hall J, Woodward EMS, Strzepek R, Kuparinen J, Thompson K, Pickmere S, Sutton P, Boyd PW.  Relationships between nutrient stocks and inventories and phytoplankton physiological status along an oligotrophic meridional transect in the Tasman Sea. Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers 72, 102-120.

33. Fernandes JA, Cheung WWL, Jennings S, Butenschoen M, de Mora L, Froelicher TL, Barange M, Grant A.  Modelling the effects of climate change on the distribution and production of marine fishes: accounting for trophic interactions in a dynamic bioclimate envelope model. Global Change Biology 19, 2596-2607.

34. Findlay HS, Artioli Y, Navas JM, Hennige SJ, Wicks LC, Huvenne VAI, Woodward EMS, Roberts JM. Tidal downwelling and implications for the carbon biogeochemistry of cold-water corals in relation to future ocean acidification and warming. Global Change Biology 19, 2708-2719.

35. Forde J, Shin PK, Somerfield PJ, Kennedy RM.  M-AMBI derived from taxonomic levels higher than species allows Ecological Status assessments of benthic habitats in new geographical areas. Ecological Indicators 34, 411-419.

36. French B, Clarke KR, Platell ME, Potter IC.  An innovative statistical approach to constructing a readily comprehensible food web for a demersal fish community. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 125, 43-56.

37. Gomez-Pereira PR, Hartmann M, Grob C, Tarran GA, Martin AP, Fuchs BM, Scanlan DJ, Zubkov MV.  Comparable light stimulation of organic nutrient uptake by SAR11 and Prochlorococcus in the North Atlantic subtropical gyre. Isme Journal 7, 603-614.

38. Gomez-Pereira PR, Kennaway G, Fuchs BM, Tarran GA, Zubkov MV.  Flow cytometric identification of Mamiellales clade II in the Southern Atlantic Ocean. Fems Microbiology Ecology 83, 664-671.

39. Hardman-Mountford NJ, Polimene L, Hirata T, Brewin RJW, Aiken J.  Impacts of light shading and nutrient enrichment geo-engineering approaches on the productivity of a stratified, oligotrophic ocean ecosystem. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface / the Royal Society 10, 20130701-20130701.

40. Harris R. 2012 David Cushing Prize. Journal of Plankton Research 35, 1-2.

41. Hawkins SJ, Firth LB, McHugh M, Poloczanska ES, Herbert RJH, Burrows MT, Kendall MA, Moore PJ, Thompson RC, Jenkins SR, Sims DW, Genner MJ, Mieszkowska N.  Data rescue and re-use: Recycling old information to address new policy concerns. Marine Policy 42, 91-98.

42. Helliwell KE, Wheeler GL, Smith AG.  Widespread decay of vitamin-related pathways: coincidence or consequence? Trends in Genetics 29, 469-478.

43. Hill SL, Phillips T, Atkinson A.  Potential Climate change effects on the habitat of Antarctic krill in the Weddell quadrant of the Southern Ocean. PloS One 8, e72246-e72246.

44. Hilmi N, Allemand D, Dupont S, Safa A, Haraldsson G, Nunes PALD, Moore C, Hattam C, Reynaud S, Hall-Spencer JM, Fine M, Turley C, Jeffree R, Orr J, Munday PL, Cooley SR.  Towards improved socio-economic assessments of ocean acidification's impacts. Marine Biology 160, 1773-1787.

45. Hirata T, Saux-Picart S, Hashioka T, Aita-Noguchi M, Sumata H, Shigemitsu M, Allen JI, Yamanaka Y.  A comparison between phytoplankton community structures derived from a global 3D ecosystem model and satellite observation. Journal of Marine Systems 109, 129-137.

46. Hoffmann S, Shutler JD, Lobbes M, Burgeth B, Meyer-Baese A.  Automated analysis of non-mass-enhancing lesions in breast MRI based on morphological, kinetic, and spatio-temporal moments and joint segmentation-motion compensation technique. Eurasip Journal on Advances in Signal Processing. 1, 172, 1-10

47. Hollmann R, Merchant CJ, Saunders R, Downy C, Buchwitz M, Cazenave A, Chuvieco E, Defourny P, de Leeuw G, Forsberg R, Holzer-Popp T, Paul F, Sandven S, Sathyendranath S, van Roozendael M, Wagner W.  The ESA climate change initiative satellite data records for essential climate variables. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 94, 1541-1552.

48. Hollowed AB, Barange M, Beamish RJ, Brander K, Cochrane K, Drinkwater K, Foreman, MGG, Hare JA, Holt J, Ito S-I, Kim S, King JR, Loeng H, MacKenzie BR, Mueter FJ, Okey TA, Peck MA, Radchenko VI, Rice JC, Schirripa MJ, Yatsu A, Yamanaka Y.  Projected impacts of climate change on marine fish and fisheries. ICES Journal of Marine Science 70, 1023-1037.

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

50. Hooper T, Austen M.  Tidal barrages in the UK: Ecological and social impacts, potential mitigation, and tools to support barrage planning. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews 23, 289-298.

51. Hopkins FE, Kimmance SA, Stephens JA, Bellerby RGJ, Brussaard CPD, Czerny J, Schulz KG, Archer SD.  Response of halocarbons to ocean acidification in the Arctic. Biogeosciences 10, 2331-2345.

52. Hua E, Zhang Z, Warwick RM, Deng K, Lin K, Wang R, Yu Z.  Pattern of benthic biomass size spectra from shallow waters in the East China Seas. Marine Biology 160, 1723-1736.

53. Ingels J, Vanreusel A.  The importance of different spatial scales in determining structural and functional characteristics of deep-sea infauna communities. Biogeosciences 10, 4547-4563.

54. Ingram JSI, Wright HL, Foster L, Aldred T, Barling D, Benton TG, Berryman PM, Bestwick CS, Bows-Larkin A, Brocklehurst TF, Buttriss J, Casey J, Collins H, Crossley DS, Dolan CS, Dowler E, Edwards R, Finney KJ, Fitzpatrick JL, Fowler M, Garrett DA, Godfrey JE, Godley A, Griffiths W, Houlston EJ, Kaiser MJ, Kennard R, Knox JW, Kuyk A, Linter BR, Macdiarmid JI, Martindale W, Mathers JC, McGonigle DF, Mead A, Millar SJ, Miller A, Murray C, Norton IT, Parry S, Pollicino M, Quested TE, Tassou S, Terry LA, Tiffin R, van de Graaf, P, Vorley W, Westby A, Sutherland WJ.  Priority research questions for the UK food system. Food Security 5, 617-636.

55. Jones MR, Nightingale PD, Turner SM, Liss PS.  Adaptation of a load-inject valve for a flow injection chemiluminescence system enabling dual-reagent injection enhances understanding of environmental Fenton chemistry. Analytica Chimica Acta 796, 55-60.

56. Kadar E, Dyson O, Handy RD, Al-Subiai SN.  Are reproduction impairments of free spawning marine invertebrates exposed to zero-valent nano-iron associated with dissolution of nanoparticles? Nanotoxicology 7, 135-43.

57. Kamenos NA, Burdett HL, Aloisio E, Findlay HS, Martin S, Longbone C, Dunn J, Widdicombe S, Calosi P.  Coralline algal structure is more sensitive to rate, rather than the magnitude, of ocean acidification. Global Change Biology 19, 3621-3628.

58. Kay S, Hedley J, Lavender S.  Sun glint estimation in marine satellite images: a comparison of results from calculation and radiative transfer modeling. Applied Optics 52, 5631-5639.

59. Kreft J-U, Plugge CM, Grimm V, Prats C, Leveau JHJ, Banitz T, Baines S, Clark J, Ros A, Klapper I, Topping CJ, Field AJ, Schuler A, Litchman E, Hellweger FL. Mighty small: Observing and modeling individual microbes becomes big science. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110, 18027-18028.

60. Laverock B, Kitidis V, Tait K, Gilbert JA, Osborn AM, Widdicombe S.  Bioturbation determines the response of benthic ammonia-oxidizing microorganisms to ocean acidification. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 368, 20120441-20120441.

61. Lee Z, Hu C, Shang S, Du K, Lewis M, Arnone R, Brewin R.  Penetration of UV-visible solar radiation in the global oceans: Insights from ocean color remote sensing. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans 118, 4241-4255.

62. Legiret F-E, Sieben VJ, Woodward EMS, Bey SKAK, Mowlem MC, Connelly DP, Achterberg EP.  A high performance microfluidic analyser for phosphate measurements in marine waters using the vanadomolybdate method. Talanta 116, 382-387.

63. Lewis CN, Brown KA, Edwards LA, Cooper G, Findlay HS.  Sensitivity to ocean acidification parallels natural pCO(2) gradients experienced by Arctic copepods under winter sea ice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110, E4960-E4967.

64. Lindeque PK, Boyer S, Bonnet D.  A molecular method for the identification of resting eggs of acartiid copepods in the Thau lagoon, France. Marine Biology 160, 737-742.

65. Lindeque PK, Parry HE, Harmer RA, Somerfield PJ, Atkinson A.  Next generation sequencing reveals the hidden diversity of zooplankton assemblages. PloS One 8, e81327-e81327.

66. Lins L, Vanreusel A, van Campenhout J, Ingels J.  Selective settlement of deep-sea canyon nematodes after resuspension - an experimental approach. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 441, 110-116.

67. Lovato T, Ciavatta S, Brigolin D, Rubino A, Pastres R.  Modelling dissolved oxygen and benthic algae dynamics in a coastal ecosystem by exploiting real-time monitoring data. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 119, 17-30.

68. Lukin V, Abramov S, Krivenko S, Kurekin A, Pogrebnyak O.  Analysis of classification accuracy for pre-filtered multichannel remote sensing data. Expert Systems with Applications 40, 6400-6411.

69. 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.

70. Mangi SC.   The impact of offshore wind farms on marine ecosystems: a review taking an ecosystem services perspective. Proceedings of the IEEE 101, 999-1009.

71. Manriquez PH, Elisa Jara M, Loreto Mardones M, Navarro JM, Torres R, Lardies MA, Vargas CA, Duarte C, Widdicombe S, Salisbury J, Lagos NA.  Ocean acidification disrupts prey responses to predator cues but not net prey shell growth in Concholepas concholepas (loco). Plos One 8, e68643-e68643.

72. Martinez-Vicente V, Dall'Olmo G, Tarran G, Boss E, Sathyendranath S.  Optical backscattering is correlated with phytoplankton carbon across the Atlantic Ocean. Geophysical Research Letters 40, 1154-1158.

73. Martinez-Vicente V, Simis SGH, Alegre R, Land PE, Groom SB.  Above-water reflectance for the evaluation of adjacency effects in Earth observation data: initial results and methods comparison for near-coastal waters in the Western Channel, UK. Journal of the European Optical Society-Rapid Publications 8, 13060-13060.

74. McConville K, Halsband C, Fileman ES, Somerfield PJ, Findlay HS, Spicer JI.  Effects of elevated CO2 on the reproduction of two calanoid copepods. Marine Pollution Bulletin 73, 428-34.

75. Melatunan S, Calosi P, Rundle SD, Widdicombe S, Moody AJ.  Effects of ocean acidification and elevated temperature on shell plasticity and its energetic basis in an intertidal gastropod. Marine Ecology Progress Series 472, 155-168.

76. Mitchell SB, Uncles RJ.  Estuarine sediments in macrotidal estuaries: Future research requirements and management challenges. Ocean & Coastal Management 79, 97-100.

77. Moore MN, Depledge MH, Fleming L, Hess P, Lees D, Leonard P, Madsen L, Owen R, Pirlet H, Seys J, Vasconcelos V, Viarengo A.  Oceans and Human Health (OHH): a European Perspective from the Marine Board of the European Science Foundation (Marine Board-ESF). Microbial Ecology 65, 889-900.

78. Morozov E, Pozdnyakov D, Smyth T, Sychev V, Grassl H.  Space-borne study of seasonal, multi-year, and decadal phytoplankton dynamics in the Bay of Biscay. International Journal of Remote Sensing 34, 1297-1331.

79. Muacho S, da Silva JCB, Brotas V, Oliveir PB.  Effect of internal waves on near-surface chlorophyll concentration and primary production in the Nazare Canyon (west of the Iberian Peninsula). Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers 81, 89-96.

80. Muehling M, Joint I, Willetts AJ.  The biodiscovery potential of marine bacteria: an investigation of phylogeny and function. Microbial Biotechnology 6, 361-370.

81. Murray F, Widdicombe S, McNeill CL, Solan M.  Consequences of a simulated rapid ocean acidification event for benthic ecosystem processes and functions. Marine Pollution Bulletin 73, 435-442.

82. Nara BT, Ellen P, Freija H, Ann V, Jeroen I.  New genus and two new species of the family Ethmolaimidae (Nematoda: Chromadorida), found in two different cold-seep environments. Zootaxa 3692, 7-27.

83. Nissimov JI, Jones M, Napier JA, Munn CB, Kimmance SA, Allen MJ.  Functional inferences of environmental coccolithovirus biodiversity. Virologica Sinica 28, 291-302.

84. Oubelkheir K, Clementson LA, Moore GF, Tilstone GH.  Production of mycosporine-like amino acids by phytoplankton under ultraviolet radiation exposure in the Sub-Antarctic Zone south of Tasmania. Marine Ecology Progress Series 494, 41-63.

85. Pagarete A, Lanzen A, Puntervoll P, Sandaa RA, Larsen A, Larsen JB, Allen MJ, Bratbak G.  Genomic Sequence and Analysis of EhV-99B1, a New Coccolithovirus from the Norwegian Fjords. Intervirology 56, 60-66.

86. Palacz AP, St John MA, Brewin RJW, Hirata T, Gregg WW.  Distribution of phytoplankton functional types in high-nitrate, low-chlorophyll waters in a new diagnostic ecological indicator model. Biogeosciences 10, 7553-7574.

87. Pfeil B, Olsen A, Bakker DCE, Hankin S, Koyuk H, Kozyr A, Malczyk J, Manke A, Metzl N, Sabine CL, Akl J, Alin SR, Bates N, Bellerby RGJ, Borges A, Boutin J, Brown PJ, Cai WJ, Chavez FP, Chen A, Cosca C, Fassbender AJ, Feely RA, Gonzalez-Davila M, Goyet C, Hales B, Hardman-Mountford N, Heinze C, Hood M, Hoppema M, Hunt CW, Hydes D, Ishii M, Johannessen T, Jones SD, Key RM, Kartzinger A, Landschatzer P, Lauvset SK, Lefevre N, Lenton A, Lourantou A, Merlivat L, Midorikawa T, Mintrop L, Miyazaki C, Murata A, Nakadate A, Nakano Y, Nakaoka S, Nojiri Y, Omar AM, Padin XA, Park GH, Paterson K, Perez FF, Pierrot D, Poisson A, Raos AF, Santana-Casiano JM, Salisbury J, Sarma VVSS, Schlitzer R, Schneider B, Schuster U, Sieger R, Skjelvan I, Steinhoff T, Suzuki T, Takahashi T, Tedesco K, Telszewski M, Thomas H, Tilbrook B, Tjiputra J, Vandemark D, Veness T, Wanninkhof R, Watson AJ, Weiss R, Wong CS, Yoshikawa-Inoue H.  A uniform, quality controlled Surface Ocean CO2 Atlas (SOCAT). Earth System Science Data 5, 125-143.

88. Priede IG, Bergstad OA, Miller PI, Tilstone G, Martinez Vicente V.  Does presence of a mid-ocean ridge enhance biomass and biodiversity? PloS One 8, e61550-e61550

89. Priede IG, Billett DSM, Brierley AS, Hoelzel AR, Inall M, Miller PI.  The ECO-MAR (Ecosystem of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge at the Sub-Polar Front and Charlie Gibbs Fracture Zone) project: description of the benthic sampling programme 2007-2010. Marine Biology Research 9, 624-628.

90. Quartly GD, de Cuevas BA, Coward AC.  Mozambique Channel eddies in GCMs: A question of resolution and slippage. Ocean Modelling 63, 56-67.

91. Queiros AM, Birchenough SNR, Bremner J, Godbold J, Parker RE, Romero-Ramirez A, Reiss H, Solan M, Somerfield PJ, Van Colen C, Van Hoey G, Widdicombe S.  A bioturbation classification of European marine infaunal invertebrates. Ecology and Evolution 3, 3958-3985.

92. Queiros AM, Weetman A, McLay HA, Dobby H.  Geographical variation in size at the onset of maturity of male and female Norway lobster Nephrops norvegicus (L., Homarida: Decapoda) in Scottish waters. Fisheries Research 139, 132-144.

93. Raitsos DE, Pradhan Y, Brewin RJW, Stenchikov G, Hoteit I.  Remote sensing the phytoplankton seasonal succession of the red sea. PloS One 8, e64909-e64909.

94. Read BA, Kegel J, Klute MJ, Kuo A, Lefebvre SC, Maumus F, Mayer C, Miller J, Monier A, Salamov A, Young J, Aguilar M, Claverie J-M, Frickenhaus S, Gonzalez K, Herman EK, Lin Y-C, Napier J, Ogata H, Sarno AF, Shmutz J, Schroeder D, de Vargas C, Verret F, von Dassow P, Valentin K, Van de Peer Y, Wheeler G, Dacks JB, Delwiche CF, Dyhrman ST, Gloeckner G, John U, Richards T, Worden AZ, Zhang X, Grigoriev IV.  Pan genome of the phytoplankton Emiliania underpins its global distribution. Nature 499, 209-213.

95. Rees SE, Fletcher S, Glegg G, Marshall C, Rodwell L, Jefferson R, Campbell M, Langmead O, Ashley M, Bloomfield H, Brutto D, Colenutt A, Conversi A, Earll B, Hattam C, Ingram S, McKinley E, Mee L, Oates J, Peckett F, Portus J, Reed M, Rogers S, Saunders J, Scales K, Wynn R.  Priority questions to shape the marine and coastal policy research agenda in the United Kingdom. Marine Policy 38, 531-537.

96. Rees SE, Attrill MJ, Austen MC, Mangi SC, Rodwell LD.  A thematic cost-benefit analysis of a marine protected area. Journal of Environmental Management 114, 476-485.

97. Reid EL, Weynberg KD, Love J, Isupov MN, Littlechild JA, Wilson WH, Kelly SL, Lamb DC, Allen MJ. Functional and structural characterisation of a viral cytochrome b5. FEBS letters 587, 3633-3639.

98. Ribeiro L, Brotas V, Rince Y, Jesus B.  Structure and diversity of intertidal benthic diatom assemblages in contrasting shores: a case study from the Tagus estuary. Journal of Phycology 49, 258-270.

99. Rose KA, Allen JI.  Modelling marine ecosystem responses to global climate change: Where are we now and where should we be going? Ecological Modelling 264, 1-6.

100. Roy AS, Gibbons SM, Schunck H, Owens S, Caporaso JG, Sperling M, Nissimov JI, Romac, S, Bittner L, Muehling M, Riebesell U, LaRoche J, Gilbert JA.  Ocean acidification shows negligible impacts on high-latitude bacterial community structure in coastal pelagic mesocosms. Biogeosciences 10, 555-566.

101. Sa C, Leal MC, Silva A, Nordez S, Andre E, Paula J, Brotas V.  Variation of phytoplankton assemblages along the Mozambique coast as revealed by HPLC and microscopy. Journal of Sea Research 79, 1-11.

102. Sabine CL, Hankin S, Olsen A, Bakker DCE, Pfeil B, Koyuk H, Kozyr A, Malczyk J, Manke A, Metzl N, Akl J, Alin SR, Bates N, Bellerby RGJ, Borges A, Boutin J, Brown PJ, Cai WJ, Chavez FP, Chen A, Cosca C, Fassbender AJ, Feely RA, Gonzalez-Davila M, Goyet C, Hales B, Hardman-Mountford N, Heinze C, Hood M, Hoppema M, Hunt CW, Hydes D, Ishii M, Johannessen T, Jones SD, Key RM, Kartzinger A, Landschatzer P, Lauvset SK, Lefevre N, Lenton A, Lourantou A, Merlivat L, Midorikawa T, Mintrop L, Miyazaki C, Murata A, Nakadate A, Nakano Y, Nakaoka S, Nojiri Y, Omar AM, Padin XA, Park GH, Paterson K, Perez FF, Pierrot D, Poisson A, Raos AF, Santana-Casiano JM, Salisbury J, Sarma VVSS, Schlitzer R, Schneider B, Schuster U, Sieger R, Skjelvan I, Steinhoff T, Suzuki T, Takahashi T, Tedesco K, Telszewski M, Thomas H, Tilbrook B, Tjiputra J, Vandemark D, Veness T, Wanninkhof R, Watson AJ, Weiss R, Wong CS, Yoshikawa-Inoue H. Surface Ocean CO2 Atlas (SOCAT) gridded data products. Earth System Science Data 5, 145-153.

103. Sailley SF, Ducklow HW, Moeller HV, Fraser WR, Schofield OM, Steinberg DK, Garzio LM, Doney SC.  Carbon fluxes and pelagic ecosystem dynamics near two western Antarctic Peninsula Adelie penguin colonies: an inverse model approach. Marine Ecology Progress Series 492, 253-272.

104. Sal Sa, Lapez-Urrutia Ãn, Irigoien X, Harbour DS, Harris RP.  Marine microplankton diversity database. Ecology 94, 1658.

105. Sara G, Palmeri V, Montalto V, Rinaldi A, Widdows J.  Parameterisation of bivalve functional traits for mechanistic eco-physiological dynamic energy budget (DEB) models. Marine Ecology Progress Series 480, 99-117.

106. Schabetsberger R, Okland F, Aarestrup K, Kalfatak D, Sichrowsky U, Tambets M, Dall'Olmo G, Kaiser R, Miller PI.  Oceanic migration behaviour of tropical Pacific eels from Vanuatu. Marine Ecology Progress Series 475, 177-190.

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