Cefas contributes significantly to research in a broad range of fields linked to marine science. In the 2017/18 financial year, Cefas published 200 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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The UKC3 regional coupled environmental prediction system
Huw W. Lewis, Juan Manuel Castillo Sanchez, Alex Arnold, Joachim Fallmann, Andrew Saulter, Jennifer Graham*, Mike Bush, John Siddorn, Tamzin Palmer, Adrian Lock, John Edwards, Lucy Bricheno, Alberto Martínez de la Torre, and James Clark (2019) Geoscientific Model Development
Global ensemble projections reveal trophic amplification of ocean biomass declines with climate change
Heike K. Lotze, Derek P. Tittensor, Andrea Bryndum-Buchholz, Tyler D. Eddy, William W. L. Cheung, Eric D. Galbraith, Manuel Barange, Nicolas Barrier, Daniele Bianchi, Julia L. Blanchard, Laurent Bopp, Matthias Büchner, Catherine M. Bulman, David A. Carozza, Villy Christensen, Marta Coll, John P. Dunne, Elizabeth A. Fulton, Simon Jennings*, Miranda C. Jones, Steve Mackinson*, Olivier Maury, Susa Niiranen, Ricardo Oliveros-Ramos, Tilla Roy, José A. Fernandes, Jacob Schewe, Yunne-Jai Shin, Tiago A. M. Silva*, Jeroen Steenbeek, Charles A. Stock, Philippe Verley, Jan Volkholz, Nicola D. Walker*, and Boris Worm (2019) PNAS
Predator traits determine food-web architecture across ecosystems
Ulrich Brose, Phillippe Archambault, Andrew D. Barnes, Louis-Felix Bersier, Thomas Boy, João Canning-Clode, Marta Dias Christoph Digel, Awantha Dissanayake, Augusto A.V. Flores, Katarina Fussmann Benoit Gauzens, Clare Gray, Johanna Häussler, Myriam R. Hirt, Ute Jacob, Malte Jochum, Sonia Kéfi, Orla McLaughlin, Muriel-M. MacPherson, Ellen Latz, Katrin Layer-Dobra, Pierre Legagneux, Yuanheng Li, Carolina Madeira, Neo D. Martinez, Vanessa Mendonça, Christian Mulder, Sergio Navarrete, Eoin O'Gorman, David Ott, José Paula, Daniel Perkins, Denise Piechnik, David Raffaelli, Björn C. Rall, Benjamin Rosenbaum, Remo Ryser, Valentina Sechi, Ana Silva, Esra H. Sohlström, Murray S. A. Thompson*, Ross M. Thompson, Fanny Vermandele, Catarina Vinagre, Shaopeng Wang, Jori M. Wefer and Richard J. Williams (2019) Nature Ecology & Evolution, 3, 919–927