Peer Reviewed Papers 2014/15
Aamelfot, M., O.B. Dale, A. McBeath, and K. Falk. (2014). Host tropism of infectious salmon anaemia virus (ISAV) in marine and freshwater fish species. Journal of Fish Diseases: Online first.
Alvarez-Torres, Daniel, M. Carmen Alonso, Esther Garcia-Rosado, Bertrand Collet, and Julia Bejar. (2014). Differential response of the Senegalese sole (Solea senegalensis) Mx promoter to viral infections in two salmonid cell lines. Veterinary Immunology And Immunopathology 161 (3-4): 251-257.
Bacon, P.J., I.A. Malcolm, R.J. Fryer, R.S. Glover, C.P. Millar, and A.F Youngson. (2015). Can conservation stocking enhance juvenile emigrant production in wild Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)? Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 144(3):642-654.
Bailey, H., K. Brookes, and P. Thompson. (2014). Assessing environmental impacts of offshore windfarms: lessons learned and recommendations for the future. Aquatic Biosystems 10 (8).
Bresnan, E., A. Kraberg, S. Fraser, L. Brown, S. Hughes, and K. H Wiltshire. (2015). Diversity and seasonality of Pseudo-nitzschia (Peragallo) at two North Sea time-series monitoring sites. Helgoland Journal of Marine Research: 69(2): 193-204.
Cafiso, A., D. Sassera, V. Serra, C. Bandi, U. McCarthy, and C. Bazzocchi. (2015). Molecular evidence for a bacterium of the family Midichloriaceae (order Rickettsiales) in skin and organs of the rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss (Walbaum) affected by red mark syndrome. Journal of Fish Diseases, Online first.
Casaretto, L., M. Picciulin and A.D. Hawkins. (2015) Mating behaviour by the haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus). Environmental Biology of Fishes 98 (3): 918-923.
Casaretto, Licia, Marta Picciulin, Kjell Olsen, and Anthony D. Hawkins. (2014). Locating spawning haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus, Linnaeus, 1758) at sea by means of sound. Fisheries Research 154: 127-134
Collins, Catherine, Geraldine Ganne, and Bertrand Collet. (2014). Isolation and activity of the promoters for STAT1 and 2 in Atlantic salmon Salmo salar. Fish & Shellfish Immunology 40 (2): 644-647.
Cook, R.M., S.J. Holmes, and R.J. Fryer. (2015). Grey seal predation impairs recovery of an over-exploited cod stock. Journal of Animal Ecology Online first.
Davies, Ian M., Robert Watret, and Matt Gubbins. (2014). Spatial planning for sustainable marine renewable energy developments in Scotland. Ocean & Coastal Management 99: 72-81.
Drillet, G., S. Hay, B. W. Hansen, and F.G O’Neill. (2014). Effects of demersal otter trawls on the re-suspension of copepod resting eggs and its potential effects on recruitment. Journal of Fisheries and Livestock Production 2:114.
Fonseca, Paulo, Fatima Abrantes, Ricardo Aguilar, Aida Campos, Marina Cunha, Daniel Ferreira, Teresa P. Fonseca, Silvia Garcia, Victor Henriques, Margarida Machado, Ariadna Mecho, Paulo Relvas, Clara F. Rodrigues, Emilia Salgueiro, Rui Vieira, Adrian Weetman, and Margarida Castro. (2014). A deep-water crinoid Leptometra celtica bed off the Portuguese south coast. Marine Biodiversity 44 (2): 223-228
Fryer, R.J., F.G. O'Neill, and A. Edridge. (2014). A meta-analysis of haddock size-selection data. Fish and Fisheries Online first.
Garner, G., I. A. Malcolm, J.P. Sadler, and D.M. Hannah. (2014). What causes cooling water temperature gradients in a forested stream reach? Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18: 5361-5376
Godfrey, J., D.C. Stewart, S.J. Middlemas, and J.D. Armstrong. (2014). Depth use and migratory behaviour of homing Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in Scottish coastal waters. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 72(2): 568-575.
Gonzalez-Irusta, J. M., M. Gonzalez-Porto, R. Sarralde, B. Arrese, B. Alman, and P. Martan-Sosa. (2015). Comparing species distribution models: a case study of four deep sea urchin species. Hydrobiologia: 745(1): 43-57.
Gonzalez-Irusta, Jose M., Izaskun Preciado, Lucia Lopez-Lopez, Antonio Punzon, Joan E. Cartes, and Alberto Serrano. (2014). Trawling disturbance on the isotopic signature of a structure-building species, the sea urchin Gracilechinus acutus (Lamarck, 1816). Deep-Sea Research Part II-Topical Studies In Oceanography 106: 216-224
Greathead, C., J.M. Gonzalez-Irusta, J. Clarke, P. Boulcott, L. Blackadder, A. Weetman, and P.J. Wright. (2015). Environmental requirements for three sea pen species: relevance to distribution and conservation. ICES Journal of Marine Science 72 (2): 576-586
Gubili, C., Sims, D.W., Verassimo, A., Domenici, P., Ellis, J., Grigoriou, P., Johnson, A.F., McHugh, M., Neat, F., Satta, A., Scarcella, G., Serra-Pereira, B., Soldo, A., Genner, M.J. and Griffiths, A.M. (2014) A tale of two seas: contrasting patterns of population structure in the small-spotted catshark across Europe. Royal Society Open Science 1 (3).
Hall, L. M., L. A. Munro, I. S. Wallace, R. McIntosh, K. MacNeish, and A. G. Murray. (2014). An approach to evaluating the reliability of diagnostic tests on pooled groups of infected individuals. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 116 (3): 305-312
Hall, M., J. Soje, R. Kilburn, S. Maguire, and A. G. Murray. (2014). Cost-effectiveness of alternative disease management policies for Bacterial kidney disease in Atlantic salmon aquaculture. Aquaculture 434: 89-92.
Ivanovic, A., and F.G. O'Neill. (2015). Towing cylindrical fishing gear components on cohesive soils. Computers and Geotechnics 95: 212-219
Lauria, V., A.M. Power, C. Lordan, A. Weetman and M.P. Johhnson (2015) Spatial Transferability of Habitat Suitability Models of Nephrops norvegicus among Fished Areas in the Northeast Atlantic: Sufficiently Stable for Marine Resource Conservation? PLOS One 10(2).
Jensen, S-K., J-P. Lacaze, G. Hermann, J. Kershaw, A. Brownlow, A. Turner, and A. Hall. (2015). Detection and effects of harmful algal toxins in Scottish harbour seals and potential links to population decline. Toxicon 97: 1-14
Jones, S.R.M, D.W Bruno, L Madsen, and E.J Peeler. (2014). Disease Management Mitigates Risk of Pathogen Transmission from Maricultured Salmonids. Aquaculture Environment Interactions (6): 119 - 134
Kelly, C., L. Gray, R. J. Shucksmith, and J. F. Tweddle. (2014). Investigating options on how to address cumulative impacts in marine spatial planning. Ocean and Coastal Management 102 (PA): 139.
Kynoch, R. J., R. J. Fryer, and F.C. Neat. (2015). A simple technical measure to reduce bycatch and discard of skates and sharks in mixed-species bottom-trawl fisheries. ICES Journal of Marine Science Online first.
Lee, P. T., J. Zou, J. W. Holland, S. A. M. Martin, B. Collet, T. Kanellos, and C. J. Secombes. (2014). Identification and characterisation of TLR18-21 genes in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Fish & Shellfish Immunology 41 (2): 549-559
Little, A.S., C.L. Needle, R. Hilborn, D.S. Holland, and C.T. Marshall. (2014). Real-time spatial management approaches to reduce bycatch and discards: experiences from Europe and the United States. Fish and Fisheries Online first.
MacDonald, A., M.R. Heath, M. Edwards, R.W. Furness, J.K. Pinnegar, S. Wanless, D.C. Spiers, and S.P.R. Greenstreet. (In press). Climate driven trophic cascades affecting seabirds around the British Isles. Oceanography and Marine Biology Annual Reviews 53.
Malcolm, I. A., P. J. Bacon, S. J. Middlemas, R. J. Fryer, E. M. Shilland, and P. Collen. (2014). Relationships between hydrochemistry and the presence of juvenile brown trout (Salmo trutta) in headwater streams recovering from acidification. Ecological Indicators 37: 351-364.
Malcolm, I. A., C. N. Gibbins, R. J. Fryer, J. Keay, D. Tetzlaff, and C. Soulsby. (2014). The influence of forestry on acidification and recovery: Insights from long-term hydrochemical and invertebrate data. Ecological Indicators 37: 317-329.
McBeath, A., Y.M. Ho, M. Aamelfot, M. Hall, D. Christiansen, T. Markussen, K. Falk, and I. Matejusova. (2014). Low virulent infectious salmon anaemia virus (ISAV) replicates and initiates the immune response earlier than a highly virulent virus in Atlantic salmon gills. Veterinary Research 45: 83.
McCollin, T., and L. Brown. (2014). Native and non-native marine biofouling species present on commercial vessels using Scottish dry docks and harbours. Management of Biological Invasions 5: 85-96
McIntyre, F., F. Neat, N. Collie, M. Stewart, and P.G. Fernandes. (2015). Visual surveys can reveal rather different 'pictures' of fish densities: Comparison of trawl and video camera surveys in the Rockall Bank, NE Atlantic Ocean. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 95: 67-74
Monteith, D.T., P.A. Henrys, C.D. Evans, I. A. Malcolm, E.M. Shilland, and M.G. Pereira. (2015). Spatial controls on dissolved organic carbon in upland waters inferred from a simple statistical model. Biogeochemistry 123(3): 363-377.
Mork, K.A., Ø Skagseth, V. Ivshin, V. Ozhigin, S.L. Hughes, and H. Valdimarsson. (2014). Advective and atmospheric forced changes in heat and fresh water content in the Norwegian Sea, 1951-2010. Geophysical Research Letters 41 (7): 6221-6228
Moura, Teresa, Emma Jones, Maurice W. Clarke, Charles F. Cotton, Paul Crozier, Ross K. Daley, Guzman Diez, Helen Dobby, Jan E. Dyb, Inge Fossen, Sarah B. Irvine, Klara Jakobsdottir, Luis J. Lopez-Abellan, Pascal Lorance, Pedro Pascual-Alayon, Ricardo B. Severino, and Ivone Figueiredo. (2014). Large-scale distribution of three deep-water squaloid sharks: Integrating data on sex, maturity and environment. Fisheries Research 157: 47-61
Murray, A.G.. (2015). Increased frequency and changed methods in the treatment of sea lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) in Scottish salmon farms 2005–2011. Pest Management Science: Online first.
Murray, A.G.. (2015). A Modelling Framework for Assessing the Risk of Emerging Diseases Associated with the Use of Cleaner Fish to Control Parasitic Sea Lice on Salmon Farms. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases: Online first.
Murray, A.G.. (2015). A note on sea lice abundance on farmed Atlantic salmon in Scotland 2011–2013: significant regional and seasonal variation. Aquaculture Research: Online first.
Murray, A.G., and M. Hall. (2014). Treatment rates for sea lice of Scottish inshore marine salmon farms depend on local (sea loch) farmed salmon biomass and oceanography. Aquaculture Environment Interactions 5: 117-125
Murray, Alexander G. (2014). A game theory based framework for assessing incentives for local area collaboration with an application to Scottish salmon farming. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 115 (3-4): 255-262
Murray, Rory B. O'Hara, Peter D. Thorne, Ton S. van den Bremer, Lucy M. Bricheno, Kathryn H. Sparrow, and Jennifer C. Wright. (2014). Briefing: Young Coastal Scientists and Engineers Conference 2013. Proceedings Of The Institution Of Civil Engineers-Maritime Engineering 167 (2): 57-67.
Needle, C.L. (2014). Honeycomb: a spatio-temporal simulation model to evaluate management strategies and assessment methods. ICES Journal of Marine Science 72(1): 151-163.
Needle, C.L. (2015). Using self-testing to validate the SURBAR survey-based assessment model. ICES Journal of Marine Science Online first.
Needle, C.L., R. Dinsdale, T.B. Buch, R.M.D. Catarino, J. Drewery, and N. Butler. (2015). Scottish science applications of Remote Electronic Monitoring. ICES Journal of Marine Science 72(4): 1214-1229
O'Neill, F. G., E. K. Lines, R. J. Kynoch, R. J. Fryer, and S. Maguire. (2014). A short-term economic assessment of incentivised selective gears. Fisheries Research 157: 13-23.
Oliver, I.W., K. Macgregor, J. D. Godfrey, L. Harris, and A. Duguid. (2015). Lipid increases in European eel (Anguilla anguilla) in Scotland 1986–2008: an assessment of physical parameters and the influence of organic pollutants. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22(10): 7519-7528.
Oliver, P. Graham, and Jim Drewery. (2014). New species of chemosymbiotic clams (Bivalvia: Vesicomyidae and Thyasiridae) from a putative 'seep' in the Hatton-Rockall Basin, north-east Atlantic. Journal Of The Marine Biological Association Of The United Kingdom 94 (2): 389-403.
Pirotta, E., K.L. Brookes, I.M. Graham, and P.M. Thompson. (2014). Variation in harbour porpoise activity in response to seismic survey noise. Biology Letters 10: 20131090.
Quinlan, E., C. Gibbins, and I.A. Malcolm. (2014). Spatio-temporal variability of dissolved oxygen within the hyporheic zone of a freshwater pearl mussel bed. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 185 (3-4): 281-294
Quinlan, E., C.N. Gibbins, I.A. Malcolm, R.J. Batalla, D. Vericat, and L.C. Hastie. (2015). A review of the physical habitat requirements and research priorities to underpin conservation of the endangered freshwater pearl mussel Margaritifera margaritifera. Aquatic Conservation 25: 107-124
Reilly, T., H. M. Fraser, R. J. Fryer, J. Clarke, and S. P. R. Greenstreet. (2014). Interpreting variation in fish-based food web indicators: the importance of "bottom-up limitation" and "top-down control" processes. ICES Journal Of Marine Science 71 (2): 406-416.
Robertsen, Grethe, John D. Armstrong, Keith H. Nislow, Ivar Herfindal, Simon McKelvey, and Sigurd Einum. (2014). Spatial variation in the relationship between performance and metabolic rate in wild juvenile Atlantic salmon. Journal Of Animal Ecology 83 (4): 791-799.
Side, Jonathan, Ian M. Davies, Kate Johnson, Mike Bell, Susana Baston, Sandy Kerr, David Woolf, and Rob Harris. (2014). Science in support of governance of wave and tidal energy developments. Ocean & Coastal Management 99: 1-2.
Simons, J., D.W Bruno, Y-M Ho, W Murray, and I Matejusova. (2015). Common dab, Limanda limanda (L.), as a Natural Carrier of Salmonid Alphavirus (SAV) from Waters off North-West Ireland. Journal of Fish Diseases: Online first, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jfd.12376
Sirimanapong, Wanna, Kim D. Thompson, Kan Kledmanee, Prawporn Thaijongrak, Bertrand Collet, Ooi Ei Lin, and Alexandra Adams. (2014). Optimisation and standardisation of functional immune assays for striped catfish (Pangasianodon hypophthalmus) to compare their immune response to live and heat killed Aeromonas hydrophila as models of infection and vaccination. Fish & Shellfish Immunology 40 (2): 374-383.
Stentiford, G.D., D.M. Neil, A. Albalat, R.J. Milligan, and N. Bailey. (2015). The effect of parasitic infection by Hematodinium sp. on escape swimming and subsequent recovery in the Norway lobster, Nehrops norvegicus (L.). Journal of Crustacean Biology 35 (1): 1-10
Stern, R., A.L. Amorim, and E. Bresnan. (2014). Diversity and plastid types in the Dinophysis acuminata complex (Dinophyceae) from Scottish waters. Harmful Algae 39: 223-231.
Wallace, I. S., K. Donald, L. A. Munro, W Murray, C Pert, H.E.B Stagg, M. Hall, and N. Bain. (2015). A Study of Wild Marine Fish Identifies a Potential Origin of an Outbreak of Viral Haemorrhagic Septicaemia in Wrasse, Labridae, used as Cleaner Fish on Marine Atlantic Salmon Salmo salar L. Farms. Journal of Fish Diseases 38: 515-521.
Webster, L., M. Russell, P. Walsham, I. Hussy, J-P Lacaze, E. J. Dalgarno, G. Packer, F.C. Neat, and C.F. Moffat. (2014). Halogenated persistent organic pollutants in relation to trophic level in deep sea fish. Marine Pollution Bulletin 88 (1-2): 14-27
Wernersson, A-S., M. Carere, C. Maggi, P. Tusil, P. Soldan, A. James, W. Sanchez, Kammann. U., G. Reifferscheid, S. Buchinger, H. Maas, E. van der Grinten, S. O'Toole, A. Ausili, L. Manfra, L. Marziali, S. Polesello, I. Lacchetti, L. Mancini, K. Lilja, M. Linderoth, T. Lundeberg, B. Fjällborg, T. Porsbring, J. Larsson, J. Bengtsson-Palme, L. Förlin, R. Kase, C. Kienle, P. Kunz, E. Vermeirssen, I. Werner, C.D. Robinson, B. Lyons, I. Katsiadaki, C. Whalley, K. den Haan, M. Messiaen, H. Clayton, T. Lettieri, R.N. Carvalho, B.M. Gawlik, V. Dulio, H. Hollert, C. Di Paolo, and W. Brack. (2015). The European Technical Report on Aquatic Effect-Based Monitoring Tools under the Water Framework Directive. Environmental Sciences Europe 27: 7.
Williamson, B.J., P. Blondell, E. Armstrong, P.S. Bell, C. Hall, J.J. Waggit, and B.E. Scott. (2015). A Self-Contained Subsea Platform for Acoustic Monitoring of the Environment Around Marine Renewable Energy Devices–Field Deployments at Wave and Tidal Energy Sites in Orkney, Scotland. IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering: Online first.
Wright, Peter J., Stephen C. F. Palmer, and C. Tara Marshall. (2014). Maturation shifts in a temperate marine fish population cannot be explained by simulated changes in temperature-dependent growth and maturity. Marine Biology 161 (12): 2781-2790.