Research and publications list
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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Open Government Licence. Cefas publications
Proceedings of the 25th Telemac-Mascaret User Conference
John Bacon*, Claire Beraud*, and Stephen Dye* (2018) Proceedings sof the Telemac-Mascaret Users Conference
Bottom trawl fishing footprints on the world’s continental shelves
Ricardo Amoroso + 44 co-authors including Paulette Posen* and Simon Jennings* (2018) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 115 (43), E10275-E10282
Marine plastics threatens giant Atlantic Marine Protected Areas
DKA Barnes, J Bell*, P Brewin, K Brigden, M Collins*, T Glass, W Goodall-Copestake, L Henry, V Laptikhovsky*, N Piechaud, A Richardson, P Rose, CJ Sands, A Schofield, R Shreeve, A Small, T Stamford*, B Taylor and SA Morley (2018) CURRENT BIOLOGY
Dinophysis acuta in Scottish Coastal Waters and its Influence on Diarrhetic Shellfish Toxin Profiles
Sarah C. Swan, Andrew D. Turner*, Eileen Bresnan, Callum Whyte, Ruth F. Paterson, Sharon McNeill, Elaine Mitchell and Keith Davidson (2018) Toxins. 10, 399
How benthic habitats and bottom trawling affect trait composition in the diet of seven demersal and benthivorous fish species in the North Sea
Jacqueline D. Eggleton*, Jochen Depestele, Andrew J. Kenny*, Stefan G. Bolam* and Clement Garcia* (2018) Journal of Sea Research, 142, 132-146
Transformation and deluration of paralytic shellfish toxins in the geoduck clam Panopea globosa from the Northern Gulf of California
Jennifer Medina-Elizalde, Ernesto García-Mendoza, Andrew D. Turner*, Yaireb Alejandra Sánchez-Bravo and Ramón Murillo-Martínez (2018) Front. Mar. Sci. 5:335. 1-13
An assessment of the sensitivity of benthic macroinvertebrates to bottom trawling impacts using their longevity
Jan Hiddink, Simon Jennings, Marija Sciberras, Stefan Bolam*, R. McConnaughey, Tessa Mazor, R. Hilborn, R. Collie, J. Pitcher, A. Parma, P. Suuronen, Mike Kaiser and Adriaan Rijnsdorp (2018) Journal of Applied Ecology 54: 1-10
A review of the global distribution of Alexandrium minutum (Halim) and comments on ecology and associated Paralytic Shellfish Toxin profiles, with a focus on Northern Europe
Adam M Lewis*, Andrew D Turner*, Lewis N Coates*, Linda Percy and Jane Lewis (2018) J. Phycol. 54, 581–598 (2018)
The influence of oceanographic conditions and larval behaviour on settlement success - the European seabass Dicentrarchus labrax (L.).
C. Beraud*, J. van der Molen*, M. Armstrong*, E. Hunter*, L. Fonseca and K. Hyder* (2018) ICES Journal of Marine Science, DOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fsx195
What are the prospects for seasonal prediction of the marine environment of the North-West European shelf?
Jon Tinker, Justin Krijnen, Richard Wood, Rosa Barciela and Stephen Dye* (2018) Ocean Science, 14, 887–909