Stephen James Malcolm
Stephen James Malcolm
Chief Advisor
Verified email at cefas.co.uk
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UK National Ecosystem Assessment: understanding nature's value to society. Synthesis of key findings
R Watson, S Albon, R Aspinall, M Austen, B Bardgett, I Bateman, P Berry, ...
Information Press, 2011
356*2011
UK National Ecosystem Assessment: Technical Report
R Watson, S Albon, R Aspinall, M Austen, B Bardgett, I Bateman, P Berry, ...
United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre, 2011
1852011
Framework for understanding marine ecosystem health
P Tett, RJ Gowen, SJ Painting, M Elliott, R Forster, DK Mills, E Bresnan, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 494, 1-27, 2013
1622013
Defining and detecting undesirable disturbance in the context of marine eutrophication
P Tett, R Gowen, D Mills, T Fernandes, L Gilpin, M Huxham, K Kennington, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 55 (1-6), 282-297, 2007
1602007
Assessing the impact of nutrient enrichment in estuaries: susceptibility to eutrophication
SJ Painting, MJ Devlin, SJ Malcolm, ER Parker, DK Mills, C Mills, P Tett, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 55 (1-6), 74-90, 2007
1582007
Nitrogen fluxes through the lower estuary of the river Great Ouse, England: the role of the bottom sediments
M Trimmer, DB Nedwell, DB Sivyer, SJ Malcolm
Marine Ecology Progress Series 163, 109-124, 1998
1501998
Seasonal benthic organic matter mineralisation measured by oxygen uptake and denitrification along a transect of the inner and outer River Thames estuary, UK
M Trimmer, DB Nedwell, DB Sivyer, SJ Malcolm
Marine ecology progress series 197, 103-119, 2000
952000
Modelling potential impacts of bottom trawl fisheries on soft sediment biogeochemistry in the North Sea
DE Duplisea, S Jennings, SJ Malcolm, R Parker, DB Sivyer
Geochemical Transactions 2 (1), 1-6, 2001
912001
A sediment history of sellafiel discharges
PJ Kershaw, DS Woodhead, SJ Malcolm, DJ Allington, MB Lovett
Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 12 (3), 201-241, 1990
911990
Coastal Zone Ecosystem Services: From science to values and decision making; a case study
W Luisetti, Turner, Jickells, Andrews, Elliott, Schaafsma, Beaumont, Malcolm ...
Science of the Total Environment 493, 682 - 693, 2014
902014
Nutrient fluxes through the humber Estuary - past, present and future.
M Jickells, Andrews, Samways, Sanders
Ambio 29 (3), 130 - 135, 2000
902000
Seasonal organic mineralisation and denitrification in intertidal sediments and their relationship to the abundance of Enteromorpha sp. and Ulva sp.
M Trimmer, DB Nedwell, DB Sivyer, SJ Malcolm
Marine Ecology Progress Series 203, 67-80, 2000
892000
Nutrient fluxes through the Humber Estuary
HA Sanders, Jickells, Malcolm, Brown, Kirkwood, Reeve, Taylor
Journal of Sea Research 37, 3 - 23, 1997
881997
Scotland's Marine Atlas: Information for the national marine plan
JM Baxter
Scottish Government, 2011
752011
Nutrient cycling in the Great Ouse estuary and its impact on nutrient fluxes to The Wash, England
AR Rendell, TM Horrobin, TD Jickells, HM Edmunds, J Brown, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 45 (5), 653-668, 1997
671997
The behaviour of iodine and bromine in estuarine surface sediments
SJ Malcolm, NB Price
Marine Chemistry 15 (3), 263-271, 1984
651984
Making modelling count-increasing the contribution of shelf-seas community and ecosystem models to policy development and management
K Hyder, AG Rossberg, JI Allen, MC Austen, RM Barciela, HJ Bannister, ...
Marine Policy 61, 291-302, 2015
632015
Early diagenesis of molybdenum in estuarine sediments
SJ Malcolm
Marine Chemistry 16 (3), 213-225, 1985
591985
Assessing trends in nutrient concentrations in coastal shelf seas: a case study in the Irish Sea
RJ Gowen, DJ Hydes, DK Mills, BM Stewart, J Brown, CE Gibson, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 54 (6), 927-939, 2002
582002
The interstitial water chemistry of 239,240 Pu and 241Am in the sediments of the north-east Irish Sea
SJ Malcolm, PJ Kershaw, MB Lovett, BR Harvey
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 54 (1), 29-35, 1990
481990
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