|A bioturbation classification of E uropean marine infaunal invertebrates|
AM Queirós, SNR Birchenough, J Bremner, JA Godbold, RE Parker, ...
Ecology and evolution 3 (11), 3958-3985, 2013
|Global patterns of bioturbation intensity and mixed depth of marine soft sediments|
LR Teal, MT Bulling, ER Parker, M Solan
Aquatic Biology 2 (3), 207-218, 2008
|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
|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
|The ups and downs of benthic ecology: Considerations of scale, heterogeneity and surveillance for benthic–pelagic coupling|
D Raffaelli, E Bell, G Weithoff, A Matsumoto, JJ Cruz-Motta, P Kershaw, ...
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 285, 191-203, 2003
|Nutrient fluxes through the humber estuary: past, present and future|
T Jickells, J Andrews, G Samways, R Sanders, S Malcolm, D Sivyer, ...
Ambio, 130-135, 2000
|Detection of low bottom water oxygen concentrations in the North Sea; implications for monitoring and assessment of ecosystem health|
N Greenwood, ER Parker, L Fernand, DB Sivyer, K Weston, SJ Painting, ...
Biogeosciences 7 (4), 1357-1373, 2010
|Combining bioturbation and redox metrics: potential tools for assessing seabed function|
SNR Birchenough, RE Parker, E McManus, J Barry
Ecological Indicators 12 (1), 8-16, 2012
|Impact of long-term benthic trawl disturbance on sediment sorting and biogeochemistry in the southern North Sea|
M Trimmer, J Petersen, DB Sivyer, C Mills, E Young, ER Parker
Marine Ecology Progress Series 298, 79-94, 2005
|Short‐term hypoxia alters the balance of the nitrogen cycle in coastal sediments|
EC Neubacher, RE Parker, M Trimmer
Limnology and Oceanography 56 (2), 651-665, 2011
|Trends in the analysis and monitoring of organotins in the aquatic environment|
RF Cole, GA Mills, R Parker, T Bolam, A Birchenough, S Kröger, ...
Trends in Environmental Analytical Chemistry 8, 1-11, 2015
|In situ flume measurements of resuspension in the North Sea|
CEL Thompson, F Couceiro, GR Fones, R Helsby, CL Amos, K Black, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 94 (1), 77-88, 2011
|Modelling marine ecosystem response to climate change and trawling in the North Sea|
J van der Molen, JN Aldridge, C Coughlan, ER Parker, D Stephens, ...
Biogeochemistry 113 (1), 213-236, 2013
|Modelling the effects and economics of managed realignment on the cycling and storage of nutrients, carbon and sediments in the Blackwater estuary UK|
D Shepherd, D Burgess, T Jickells, J Andrews, R Cave, RK Turner, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 73 (3-4), 355-367, 2007
|Assessing the suitability of OSPAR EcoQOs for eutrophication vs ICES criteria for England and Wales|
SJ Painting, MJ Devlin, SI Rogers, DK Mills, ER Parker, HL Rees
Marine pollution bulletin 50 (12), 1569-1584, 2005
|Impact of resuspension of cohesive sediments at the Oyster Grounds (North Sea) on nutrient exchange across the sediment–water interface|
F Couceiro, GR Fones, CEL Thompson, PJ Statham, DB Sivyer, R Parker, ...
Biogeochemistry 113 (1), 37-52, 2013
|Sediment mixed layer as a proxy for benthic ecosystem process and function|
LR Teal, ER Parker, M Solan
Marine Ecology Progress Series 414, 27-40, 2010
|Simultaneous determination of in situ vertical transitions of color, pore‐water metals, and visualization of infaunal activity in marine sediments|
LR Teal, R Parker, G Fones, M Solana
Limnology and Oceanography 54 (5), 1801-1810, 2009
|Tracing estuarine organic matter sources into the southern North Sea using C and N isotopic signatures|
LA Bristow, TD Jickells, K Weston, A Marca-Bell, R Parker, JE Andrews
Biogeochemistry 113 (1), 9-22, 2013
|Ecosystem consequences of bottom fishing disturbance|
S Jennings, S Freeman, R Parker, DE Duplisea, TA Dinmore
American Fisheries Society Symposium 41, 73-90, 2005