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Birkett, D.A., Maggs, C.A., Dring, M.J. & Boaden, P.J.S., (1998b). Infralittoral reef biotopes with kelp species: an overview of dynamic and sensitivity characteristics for conservation management of marine SACs. Natura 2000 report prepared by Scottish Association of Marine Science (SAMS) for the UK Marine SACs Project., Scottish Association for Marine Science. (UK Marine SACs Project, vol V.).,

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.

Dieck, tom. I., (1993). Temperature tolerance and survival in darkness of kelp gametophytes (Laminariales: Phaeophyta) - ecological and biogeographical implications. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 100, 253-264.

Dring, M.J., (1982). The Biology of Marine Plants. London: Edward Arnold.

Druehl, L., (1988). Laminaria aquaculture in British Columbia. In Proceedings of the Fourth Alaska Aquaculture Conference, November 18-21, 1987, Sitka, Alaska USA, (Alaska Sea Grant Report, No. 88-4.), pp. 3-10.

Fish, J.D. & Fish, S., (1996). A student's guide to the seashore. Second edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Fletcher, R.L., (1996). The occurrence of 'green tides' - a review. In Marine Benthic Vegetation. Recent changes and the Effects of Eutrophication (ed. W. Schramm & P.H. Nienhuis). Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag. [Ecological Studies, vol. 123].

Guiry, M.D. & Blunden, G., (1991). Seaweed Resources in Europe: Uses and Potential. Chicester: John Wiley & Sons.

Guiry, M.D. & Hession, C., (1996). Eat up your seaweed. Ireland of the Welcomes, 45, 22-25.

Guiry, M.D. & Nic Dhonncha, E., (2000). AlgaeBase. World Wide Web electronic publication, 2000-01-01 00:00:00

Guiry, M.D., (1997). Research and development of a sustainable Irish seaweed industry. Occasional Papers in Irish Science and Technology, No. 14, Went Memorial Lecture 1996., Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, 11pp.

Hardy, F.G. & Guiry, M.D., (2003). A check-list and atlas of the seaweeds of Britain and Ireland. London: British Phycological Society

Hayward, P., Nelson-Smith, T. & Shields, C. (1996). Collins pocket guide. Sea shore of Britain and northern Europe. London: HarperCollins.

Hiscock, S., (1979). A field key to the British brown seaweeds (Phaeophyta). Field Studies, 5, 1- 44.

Hopkin, R. & Kain, J.M., (1978). The effects of some pollutants on the survival, growth and respiration of Laminaria hyperborea. Estuarine and Coastal Marine Science, 7, 531-553.

Indergaard, M. & Minsaas, J., (1991). Animal and Human Nutrition. In Seaweed Resources in Europe: Uses and Potential, (Ed. M.D. Guiry & G. Blunden). Chichester: John Wiley & Sons.

JNCC (Joint Nature Conservation Committee), (1999). Marine Environment Resource Mapping And Information Database (MERMAID): Marine Nature Conservation Review Survey Database. [on-line],

Kain, J.M. & Dawes, C.P., (1987). Useful European seaweeds: past hopes and present cultivation. Hydrobiologia, 151/152, 173-181.

Kain, J.M., Holt, T.J. & Dawes, C.P., (1990). European Laminariales and their cultivation. In Economically important marine plants of the Atlantic: their biology and cultivation, (ed. C. Yarish, C.A. Penniman and P. van Patten). Connecticut Sea Grant College Program. Groton.

Kraan S. & Guiry M.D., (2000). European Journal of Phycology, in press.

Lüning, K., (1990). Seaweeds. Their environment, biogeography and ecophysiology. New York: John Wiley & Sons

Lein, T.E, Sjotun, K. & Wakili, S., (1991). Mass - occurrence of a brown filamentous endophyte in the lamina of the kelp Laminaria hyperborea (Gunnerus) Foslie along the south western coast of Norway Sarsia, 76, 187-193.

Levring, T., Hoppe, H.A. & Schmid, O.J., (1969). Marine Algae: a survey of research and utilization. Hamburg: Cram, de Gruyter & Co. [Botanica Marina Handbooks, Vol. 1.]

Lewallen, E. & Lewallen, J., (1996). Sea vegetable gourmet cookbook and wildcrafter's guide. California: Mendocino Sea Vegetable Company.

Lobban, C.S. & Harrison, P.J., (1997). Seaweed ecology and physiology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Madlener, J.C., (1977). The sea vegetable book. New York: Clarkson N. Potter.

Mai, K.S., Mercer, J.P. & Donlon, J., (1996). Comparative studies of on the nutrition of 2 species of Abalone, Haliotis tuberculata and Haliotis discus Hanni-Ino. 5. The role of poly-unsaturated fatty acids in macroalgae in Abalone nutrition. Aquaculture, 139, 77-89.

Munda, I.M. & Luning, K., (1977). Growth performance of Alaria esculenta off Helgoland. Helgolander Wissenschaftliche Meeresuntersuchungen, 29, 311-314.

Newton, L., (1931). A handbook of the British seaweeds. London: British Museum (Natural History).

Nisizawa, K., Noda, H., Kikuchi, R., Watanabe, T., (1987). The main seaweed foods in Japan. Hydrobiologia, 151/152, 5-29.

Norton, T.A., (1992). Dispersal by macroalgae. British Phycological Journal, 27, 293-301.

Picton, B.E. & Costello, M.J., (1998). BioMar biotope viewer: a guide to marine habitats, fauna and flora of Britain and Ireland. [CD-ROM] Environmental Sciences Unit, Trinity College, Dublin.,

Stein, F., Sjotun, K., Lein, T.E. & Rueness, J., (1995). Spore dispersal in Laminaria hyperborea (Laminariales, Phaeophyceae) Sarsia, 80, 47-53.

Sundene, O., (1961). The implications of Transplant and Culture Experiments on the Growth and Distribution of Alaria esculenta. Nytt Magasin for Botanik, 9, 155-174.

van den Hoek, C., Mann, D.G. & Jahns, H.M., (1995). Algae: an introduction to phycology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Widdowson, T.B., (1971). A taxonomic revision of the genus Alaria Greville. Syesis, 4, 11-49.

Yamanaka, R. & Akiyama, K., (1993). Cultivation and utilization of Undaria pinnatifida (wakame) as food. Journal of Applied Phycology, 5, 249-253.