Telephone: 0131 244 2752
Address: Marine Scotland Marine Laboratory, 375 Victoria Road, Aberdeen, AB11 9DB
My current work is primarily concerned with the analysis of chlorophylls and other pigments of interest in marine samples using fluorometry and high performance liquid chromatography with diode array detection (HPLC-DAD). This is part of the work undertaken to generate long-term environmental time-series to describe the phytoplankton community and identify variability and changes around the Scottish coast and offshore standard sections. These long-term monitoring sites also act as sentinel sites for the EU Water Framework Directive (WFD) and EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) in relation to eutrophication and ocean acidification.
- Smith, K., Walsham, P. and Webster, L. (2017). The Development and Validation of a Method for Quantification of Pigments of Interest in Marine Waters using High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) with Diode Array Detection (DAD). Vol 8, No 12, Scottish Marine and Freshwater Science.
- Smith, K., Webster, L., Bresnan, E. and Moffat, C.F. (2010). The Development and Validation of a High Performance Liquid Chromatography Method to Quantify Chlorophylls a and b in Marine Phytoplankton and Identify Other Pigments of Interest. Vol 1, No 12, Scottish Marine & Freshwater Science.
- Smith, K., Webster, L., Bresnan, E., Fraser, S., Hay, S. and Moffat, C. (2007). A Review of Analytical Methodology Used to Determine Phytoplankton Pigments in the Marine Environment and the Development of an Analytical Method to Determine Uncorrected Chlorophyll a, Corrected Chlorophyll a and Phaeophytin a in Marine Phytoplankton. No. 03/07, FRS Internal Report.