Biodiversity & Conservation

Habitat bibliography

Arndt, E.A., (1991). Ecological, physiological and historical aspects of brackish water fauna distribution. In: Estuaries and coasts: spatial and temporal intercomparisons. Estuarine and coastal sciences association 19th symposium, (ed. M. Elliot & J.P. Ducrotoy). Olsen & Olsen.

Astthorsson, O.S., (1980). The life history and ecological energetics of Neomysis integer (Leach) (Crustacea, Mysidacea). , Ph.D. thesis, University of Aberdeen.

Attrill, M.J., (1990). The Thames estuary benthic programme: a site by site report of the quarterly macrofauna surveys April 1989 - March 1990. , Unpublished, National Rivers Authority, Thames Region Biology Report.

Bell, A.A., (1990). Population structure, feeding habits and parasites of flounder, Platichthys flesus L. in the upper Forth estuary. , BSc Hons. thesis, University of Stirling. 97pp.

Breeman, A.M. & Hoeksema, B.W., (1987). Vegetative propagation of the red alga Rhodochorton purpureum by means of fragments that escape digestion by herbivores. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 35, 197-201.

Cole, S., Codling, I.D., Parr, W. & Zabel, T., (1999). Guidelines for managing water quality impacts within UK European Marine sites. Natura 2000 report prepared for the UK Marine SACs Project. 441 pp., Swindon: Water Research Council on behalf of EN, SNH, CCW, JNCC, SAMS and EHS. [UK Marine SACs Project.], http://www.ukmarinesac.org.uk/

Connor, D.W., Dalkin, M.J., Hill, T.O., Holt, R.H.F. & Sanderson, W.G., (1997a). Marine biotope classification for Britain and Ireland. Vol. 2. Sublittoral biotopes. Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Peterborough, JNCC Report no. 230, Version 97.06., Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Peterborough, JNCC Report no. 230, Version 97.06.

Costa, M.J. & Elliot, M., (1991). Fish usage and feeding in two industrialised estuaries - the Tagus, Portugal and the Forth, Scotland. In Estuaries and Coasts: Spatial and Temporal Intercomparisons (ed. B. Knights & A.J. Phillips), pp. 289-297. Denmark: Olsen & Olsen.

Dalkin, M.J., Gudmundsson, H. & Barnett, B., (1996). HEC grid survey 1995 (Subtidal benthic survey- quinquennial classification). , Environment Agency, Lincoln.

Davies, C.E. & Moss, D., (1998). European Union Nature Information System (EUNIS) Habitat Classification. Report to European Topic Centre on Nature Conservation from the Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, Monks Wood, Cambridgeshire. [Final draft with further revisions to marine habitats.], Brussels: European Environment Agency.

Elliot, M., Nedwell, S., Jones, N.V., Read, S.J., Cutts, N.D. & Hemingway, K.L., (1998). Intertidal sand and mudflats & subtidal mobile sandbanks (Vol. II). An overview of dynamic and sensitivity for conservation management of marine SACs. Prepared by the Scottish Association for Marine Science for the UK Marine SACs Project.

Furch, K., (1972). The influence of pretreatment with constant and fluctuating temperatures on the heat resistance of Gammarus salinus and Idotea balthica. Marine Biology, 15, 12-34.

Jennings, S. & Kaiser, M.J., (1998). The effects of fishing on marine ecosystems. Advances in Marine Biology, 34, 201-352.

Koepcke, B. & Kausch, H., (1996). Distribution and variability in abundance of Neomysis integer and Mesopodopsis slabberi (Mysidacea; Crustacea) in relation to environmental factors in the Elbe Estuary. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie. Supplementband. Untersuchungen des Elbe-Aestuars. Stuggart, 110, 263-282.

Kuhlmann, D., (1984). Effects of temperature, salinity, oxygen and ammonia on the mortality and growth of Neomysis integer Leach. Limnologica, 15, 479-485.

Lawrence, A.J. & Poulter, C., (2001). Impact of copper, pentachlorophenol and benzo[a]pyrene on the swimming efficiency and embryogenesis of the amphipod Chaetogammarus marinus. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 223, 213-223.

Lawrie, S.M, Speirs, D.C., Raffaelli, D.G., Gurney, W.S.C., Paterson, D.M. & Ford, R., (1999). The swimming behaviour and distribution of Neomysis integer in relation to tidal flow. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 242, 95-106.

Leineweber, P., (1985). The life-cycles of four amphipod species in the Kattegat. Holarctic Ecology, 8, 165-174.

Lindén, O., (1976). Effects of oil on the amphipod Gammarus oceanicus. Environmental Pollution, 10, 239-250.

Lindén, O., (1976b). Effects of oil on the reproduction of the amphipod Gammarus oceanicus. Ambio, 5, 36-37.

Mauchline, J., (1971). The biology of Neomysis integer (Crustacea; Mysidacea). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 51, 347-354.

McLusky, D.S., Bryant, V. & Campbell, R., (1986). The effects of temperature and salinity on the toxicity of heavy metals to marine and estuarine invertebrates. Oceanography and Marine Biology: an Annual Review, 24, 481-520.

Ponat, A., (1975). Investigations on the influence of crude oil on the survival and oxygen consumption of Idotea baltica and Gammarus salinus. Kieler Meeresforschungen, 31, 26-31.

Roast, S.D., Widdows, J. & Jones, M.B., (2000). Mysids and trace metals: disruption of swimming as a behavioural indicator of environmental contamination. Marine Environmental Research, 50, 107-112.

Roast, S.D., Widdows, J. & Jones, M.B., (2000b). Disruption of swimming in the hyperbenthic mysid Neomysis integer (Peracarida: Mysidacea) by the organophosphate pesticide chlorpyrifos. Aquatic Toxicology, 47, 227-241.

Suchanek, T.H., (1993). Oil impacts on marine invertebrate populations and communities. American Zoologist, 33, 510-523.

Uncles, R.J., Lavender, S.J. & Stephens, J.A., (2001). Remotely sensed observations of the turbidity maximum in the highly turbid Humber estuary, UK. Estuaries, 24, 745-755.

Vobis, H., (1973). Rheotactic behaviour of some Gammarus species in different oxygen concentrations of the water. Helgolander Wissenschaftliche Meeresuntersuchungen, 25, 495-508.

Voigt, M.O.C., (1991). Community structure of the helminth parasite fauna of gammarids (Crustacea: Amphipoda) in Kiel Bay, western Baltic Sea. Meeresforschung, 33, 266-274.

Wildgust, M.A. & Jones, M.B., (1998). Salinity change and the toxicity of the free cadmium ion [Cd2+(aq)] to Neomysis integer (Crustacea: Mysidacea). Aquatic Toxicology, 41, 187-192.