Prof Alex Ford
Prof Alex Ford
Professor of Biology, University of Portsmouth
Verified email at port.ac.uk - Homepage
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The biological effects of antidepressants on the molluscs and crustaceans: a review
PP Fong, AT Ford
Aquatic toxicology 151, 4-13, 2014
2012014
Diversity and community structure of epibenthic invertebrates and fish in the North Sea
R Callaway, J Alsvåg, I De Boois, J Cotter, A Ford, H Hinz, S Jennings, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 59 (6), 1199-1214, 2002
1972002
Anti-depressants make amphipods see the light
Y Guler, AT Ford
Aquatic Toxicology 99 (3), 397-404, 2010
1682010
Behavioural and transcriptional changes in the amphipod Echinogammarus marinus exposed to two antidepressants, fluoxetine and sertraline
MC Bossus, YZ Guler, SJ Short, ER Morrison, AT Ford
Aquatic Toxicology 151, 46-56, 2014
1022014
Strategic priorities for assessing ecological impacts of marine renewable energy devices in the Pentland Firth (Scotland, UK)
MA Shields, LJ Dillon, DK Woolf, AT Ford
Marine Policy 33 (4), 635-642, 2009
872009
Endocrine disruption in a marine amphipod? Field observations of intersexuality and de-masculinisation
AT Ford, TF Fernandes, SA Rider, PA Read, CD Robinson, IM Davies
Marine environmental research 58 (2-5), 169-173, 2004
852004
Infertility in male aquatic invertebrates: a review
C Lewis, AT Ford
Aquatic toxicology 120, 79-89, 2012
762012
The effects of antidepressants appear to be rapid and at environmentally relevant concentrations
AT Ford, PP Fong
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 35 (4), 794-798, 2016
742016
Epibenthic diversity in the North Sea
R Zühlke, J Alvsvåg, I de Boois, J Cotter, S Ehrich, A Ford, H Hinz, ...
Senckenbergiana maritima 31 (2), 269-281, 2001
602001
Toward sustainable environmental quality: Priority research questions for Europe
PJ Van den Brink, ABA Boxall, L Maltby, BW Brooks, MA Rudd, ...
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 37 (9), 2281-2295, 2018
572018
A scoping study to identify hazard data needs for addressing the risks presented by nanoparticles and nanotubes
CL Tran, K Donaldson, V Stones, T Fernandez, A Ford, N Christofi, ...
Institute of Occupational Medicine, 1-48, 2005
542005
Can industrial pollution cause intersexuality in the amphipod, Echinogammarus marinus?
AT Ford, TF Fernandes, CD Robinson, IM Davies, PA Read
Marine pollution bulletin 53 (1-4), 100-106, 2006
532006
Intersexuality in Crustacea: an environmental issue?
AT Ford
Aquatic toxicology 108, 125-129, 2012
502012
Infertility in a marine crustacean: have we been ignoring pollution impacts on male invertebrates?
G Yang, P Kille, AT Ford
Aquatic Toxicology 88 (1), 81-87, 2008
452008
The costs of intersexuality: a crustacean perspective
AT Ford, TF Fernandes, PA Read, CD Robinson, IM Davies
Marine Biology 145 (5), 951-957, 2004
442004
Reproduction in the amphipod, Echinogammarus marinus: a comparison between normal and intersex specimens
AT Ford, TF Fernandes, SA Rider, PA Read, CD Robinson, IM Davies
Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. Journal of the Marine …, 2003
442003
Pairing success of male Gammarus lacustris infected by two acanthocephalans: a comparative study
S Zohar, JC Holmes
Behavioral Ecology 9 (2), 206-211, 1998
411998
Notes on the occurrence of intersex in amphipods
AT Ford, TF Fernandes
Hydrobiologia 548 (1), 313-318, 2005
402005
The biological effects of ionising radiation on Crustaceans: A review
N Fuller, A Lerebours, JT Smith, AT Ford
Aquatic toxicology 167, 55-67, 2015
392015
Measuring sublethal impacts of pollution on reproductive output of marine Crustacea
AT Ford, TF Fernandes, SA Rider, PA Read, CD Robinson, IM Davies
Marine Ecology Progress Series 265, 303-309, 2003
392003
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