Frances E. Hopkins
Frances E. Hopkins
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Smells good enough to eat: Dimethyl sulfide (DMS) enhances copepod ingestion of microplastics
J Procter, FE Hopkins, ES Fileman, PK Lindeque
Marine pollution bulletin 138, 1-6, 2019
Ocean acidification and marine trace gas emissions
FE Hopkins, SM Turner, PD Nightingale, M Steinke, D Bakker, PS Liss
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (2), 760-765, 2010
Bioavailability of microplastics to marine zooplankton: effect of shape and infochemicals
ZLR Botterell, N Beaumont, M Cole, FE Hopkins, M Steinke, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 54 (19), 12024-12033, 2020
A new perspective at the ship-air-sea-interface: The environmental impacts of exhaust gas scrubber discharge
S Endres, F Maes, F Hopkins, K Houghton, EM Mårtensson, J Oeffner, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 139, 2018
Contrasting responses of DMS and DMSP to ocean acidification in Arctic waters
SD Archer, SA Kimmance, JA Stephens, FE Hopkins, RGJ Bellerby, ...
Biogeosciences 10 (3), 1893-1908, 2013
Air exposure of coral is a significant source of dimethylsulfide (DMS) to the atmosphere
FE Hopkins, TG Bell, M Yang, DJ Suggett, M Steinke
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 36031, 2016
Decreased marine dimethyl sulfide production under elevated CO2 levels in mesocosm and in vitro studies
V Avgoustidi, PD Nightingale, I Joint, M Steinke, SM Turner, FE Hopkins, ...
Environmental Chemistry 9 (4), 399-404, 2012
The impacts of ocean acidification on marine trace gases and the implications for atmospheric chemistry and climate
FE Hopkins, P Suntharalingam, M Gehlen, O Andrews, SD Archer, L Bopp, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society A 476 (2237), 20190769, 2020
Consistent increase in dimethyl sulfide (DMS) in response to high CO2 in five shipboard bioassays from contrasting NW European waters
FE Hopkins, SD Archer
Biogeosciences 11 (18), 4925-4940, 2014
Attribution of atmospheric sulfur dioxide over the English Channel to dimethyl sulfide and changing ship emissions
M Yang, TG Bell, FE Hopkins, TJ Smyth
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16 (8), 4771-4783, 2016
Two intertidal, non-calcifying macroalgae (Palmaria palmata and Saccharina latissima) show complex and variable responses to short-term CO2 acidification
J Nunes, SJ McCoy, HS Findlay, FE Hopkins, V Kitidis, AM Queirós, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 73 (3), 887-896, 2016
Effect of ocean acidification and elevated fCO2 on trace gas production by a Baltic Sea summer phytoplankton community
AL Webb, E Leedham-Elvidge, C Hughes, FE Hopkins, G Malin, LT Bach, ...
Biogeosciences 13 (15), 4595-4613, 2016
Air–sea fluxes of CO2 and CH4 from the Penlee Point Atmospheric Observatory on the south-west coast of the UK
M Yang, TG Bell, FE Hopkins, V Kitidis, PW Cazenave, PD Nightingale, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16 (9), 5745-5761, 2016
Ocean acidification has different effects on the production of dimethylsulfide and dimethylsulfoniopropionate measured in cultures of Emiliania huxleyi and a mesocosm study: a …
AL Webb, G Malin, FE Hopkins, KL Ho, U Riebesell, KG Schulz, A Larsen, ...
Environmental Chemistry 13 (2), 314-329, 2015
Global sea-surface iodide observations, 1967–2018
RJ Chance, L Tinel, T Sherwen, AR Baker, T Bell, J Brindle, ...
Scientific data 6 (1), 286, 2019
Response of halocarbons to ocean acidification in the Arctic
FE Hopkins, SA Kimmance, JA Stephens, RGJ Bellerby, CPD Brussaard, ...
Biogeosciences 10 (4), 2331-2345, 2013
Detecting anthropogenic stress in an ecosystem: 2. Macrofauna in a sewage gradient
FE Hopkins, SM Mudge
Environmental Forensics 5 (4), 213-223, 2004
Results from the first national UK inter-laboratory calibration for very short-lived halocarbons
CE Jones, SJ Andrews, LJ Carpenter, C Hogan, FE Hopkins, JC Laube, ...
Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 4 (5), 865-874, 2011
A measurement system for vertical seawater profiles close to the air–sea interface
RP Sims, U Schuster, AJ Watson, MX Yang, FE Hopkins, J Stephens, ...
Ocean Science 13 (5), 649-660, 2017
A meta-analysis of microcosm experiments shows that dimethyl sulfide (DMS) production in polar waters is insensitive to ocean acidification
FE Hopkins, PD Nightingale, JA Stephens, CM Moore, S Richier, ...
Biogeosciences 17 (1), 163-186, 2020
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