Cefas contributes significantly to research in a broad range of fields linked to marine science. In 2014, Cefas published 140 peer-reviewed papers, as well as a range of other reports.
Whether you are our customer, part of an academic community or a member of the public, we want to give you the best possible access to all our publications. You can then use them as a resource for your projects, or contact us to discuss how we could collaborate on future projects and reports. The list below is a comprehensive list of Cefas publications. Click on the links to access the papers directly.
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Heart regeneration in the Mexican cavefish
William T. Stockdale, Madeleine E. Lemieux, Abigail C. Killen, Juanjuan Zhao, Zhilian Hu, Joey Riepsaame, Noemie Hamilton, Tetsuhiro Kudoh, Paul R. Riley, Ronny van Aerle*, Yoshiyuki Yamamoto, and Mathilda T.M. Mommersteeg (2018) Cell Reports 25, 1997–2007.e1–e7
Shelf Seas: The Engine of Productivity
Kröger S*, Parker R*, Cripps G & Williamson P (2018) Kröger S, Parker R, Cripps G & Williamson P (Eds.) 2018. Shelf Seas: The Engine of Productivity, Policy Report on NERC-Defra Shelf Sea Biogeochemistry programme. Cefas, Lowestoft.