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
Comparison of PCR methods for the detection of genetic variants of carp edema virus.parison of PCR methods for the detection of genetic variants of carp edema virus.
Mikolaj Adamek; Marek Matras; Verena Jung-Schroers; Felix Teitge; Max Heling; Sven M. Bergmann; Michal Reichert; Keith Way; David M Stone; Dieter Steinhagen Diseases of Aquatic Organisms
Comparison of Substitution Status of Chemical Substances under REACH and OSPAR Legislation
Georgie Anderson, Bob Rowles*, Steven Supple*, Claire Phillips*, Roxana Sühring* Environmental Impact Assessment Review
The emergence of carp edema virus (CEV) and its significance to European common carp and koi, Cyprinus carpio.
Keith Way, Olga Haenen, D. Stone*, Mikolaj Adamek, Sven Bergmann, Laurent Bigarré, Nicolas Diserens, Mansour El-Matbouli, Mona Gjessing, Verena Jung-Schroers, Emmanuel Leguay, Marek Matras, Niels Jørgen Olesen, Valentina Panzarin, Veronika Piačková, Anna Toffan, Niccolò Vendramin, Tomáš Veselý, Thomas Waltzek Diseases of Aquatic Organisms
Community level predator prey mass ratio is insensitive to environmental gradients
Rui Vieira*, Ming-Tsung Chung, Christopher Bird*, Marina Cunha, Clive Trueman Proceedings of the Royal Society B
X-band radar as a tool for monitoring natural coastal behaviour (baseline) and potential impacts arising from development activity
Steven Wallbridge, Tony Dolphin, Colin Taylor Journal of Operational Oceanography (GEO Blue Planet Initiative’s supplemental issue )
Below the surface: trends in seafloor litter in coastal seas of North West Europe from 1992-2014
T. Maes*, J. Barry*, H.A. Leslie, A.D. Vethaak, E.E.M. Nicolaus*, R. J. Law*, B. P. Lyons*, B. Harley* and J. E. Thain* Plos ONE
A review of the use of ark sites and associated conservation measures to secure the long‐term survival of White‐clawed crayfish Austropotamobius pallipes in the United Kingdom and Ireland
J. NIGHTINGALE, P. STEBBING, C. SCHWITZER, P. SIBLEY, O. BROWN, B. RUSHBROOK & G. JONES International Zoo Yearbook
Sex-specific transcription and DNA methylation profiles of reproductive and epigenetic associated genes in the livers and gonads of breeding zebrafish
Lauren Laing, Joana Viana, Emma Dempster, Tamsyn Uren Webster, Ronny van Aerle*, Jonathan Mill and Eduarda Santos Scientific Reports
Is the within-gear diversity an overlooked factor in sea turtle bycatch management?
Giulia Cambiè*, Imed Jribi, Irene Cambera, Giulia Vagnoli, Daniela Freggi, and Paolo Casale Animal Conservation
Bottom trawl-fishing footprints on the world’s continental shelves
Ricardo Amoroso + 44 co-authors including Paulette Posen* Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America