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Pamela Walsham

Telephone:  +44 (0)131 244 3543

E-mail: Pamela.walsham@gov.scot

Marine Scotland, Marine Laboratory, 375 Victoria Road, Aberdeen, AB11 9DB, Scotland, UK

Research Interests

Currently my research is  concerned with marine assessments in relation to Eutrophication,  Ocean Acidification and Chlorophyll and algal pigments .

Collaborations

I collaborate with scientists across the UK and Europe, notably those involved in the UK National Marine Chemistry Advisory Group (NMCAG), ICES Marine Chemistry and the OSPAR/ICES Study Group on Ocean Acidification.

Most Recent Publications

  • Walsham, P., L. Webster, C. Engelke, N. Greenwood, B. Stewart, C. Kivimae, S. Hartman, D. Pearce, and R. Gowen. (2014). UK Ocean Acidification Coastal Monitoring Network - Expanding the Network - Defra Contract C5801/ME5309. Scottish Marine and Freshwater Science 5 (1): 29pp.
  • Smith, A. F., Fryer, R. J., Webster, L., Berx, B.  Taylor, A., Walsham, P. and Turrell, W. R., 2014, Setting background nutrient levels for coastal waters with oceanic influences, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 145, 69 -79.
  • Hydes, D.J., E. McGovern, and P. Walsham. (2013). Chemical aspects of ocean acidification monitoring in the ICES marine area. ICES Cooperative Research Report No 319:78pp.
  • Mayor DJ, Sharples CJ, Webster L, Walsham P, Lacaze J-P & Cousins NJ (2013). Tissue and size-related changes in the fatty acid and stable isotope signatures of the deep sea grenadier fish Coryphaenoides armatus from the Charlie-Gibbs Fracture Zone region of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Deep Sea Research II 98: 421-430.
  • Painting, S., J. Foden, R. Forster, J. van der Molen, J. Aldridge ,M. Best, P. Jonas, P. Walsham, L. Webster, M. Gubbins, et al.(2013) Impacts of climate change on nutrient enrichment, MCCIP Science Review 2013, 219-235, doi:10.14465/2013.arc23.219-235

Publications

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