Winnie Courtene-Jones
TitleCited byYear
Microplastic pollution identified in deep-sea water and ingested by benthic invertebrates in the Rockall Trough, North Atlantic Ocean
W Courtene-Jones, B Quinn, SF Gary, AOM Mogg, BE Narayanaswamy
Environmental pollution 231, 271-280, 2017
Optimisation of enzymatic digestion and validation of specimen preservation methods for the analysis of ingested microplastics
W Courtene-Jones, B Quinn, F Murphy, SF Gary, BE Narayanaswamy
Analytical Methods 9 (9), 1437-1445, 2017
Boldness and asymmetric contests: role-and outcome-dependent effects of fighting in hermit crabs
W Courtene-Jones, M Briffa
Behavioral ecology 25 (5), 1073-1082, 2014
Don’t forget the porpoise: acoustic monitoring reveals fine scale temporal variation between bottlenose dolphin and harbour porpoise in Cardigan Bay SAC
HK Nuuttila, W Courtene-Jones, S Baulch, M Simon, PGH Evans
Marine biology 164 (3), 50, 2017
Consistent microplastic ingestion by deep-sea invertebrates over the last four decades (1976–2015), a study from the North East Atlantic
W Courtene-Jones, B Quinn, C Ewins, SF Gary, BE Narayanaswamy
Environmental pollution 244, 503-512, 2019
Estimating effective detection area of static passive acoustic data loggers from playback experiments with cetacean vocalisations
HK Nuuttila, K Brundiers, M Dähne, JC Koblitz, L Thomas, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (12), 2362-2371, 2018
Microplastic pollution in the deep sea ecosystem: a study from the Rockall Trough, North East Atlantic Ocean
W Courtene-Jones
University of the Highlands and Islands, 2019
Does sample preservation and enzymatic digestion adversely impact detection of microplastics in fauna?
W Courtene-Jones, B Quinn, F Murphy, S Gary, BE Narayanaswamy
Analytical Methods, 2016
Microplastics in the Final Ocean Frontier
W Courtene-Jones, B Quinn, SF Gary, BE Narayanaswamy
Fate and Impact of Microplastics in Marine Ecosystems,, 117, 2016
UWS Academic Portal
W Courtene-Jones, B Quinn, F Murphy, S Gary, BE Narayanaswamy
Comparison of wild bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) echolocation clicks recorded with a broadband hydrophone and C-POD dataloggers in Cardigan Bay, Wales
W Courtene-Jones, H Nuuttila, K Brundiers, J Koblitz
The final published version is available direct from the publisher website at
W Courtene-Jones, B Quinn, F Murphy, S Gary, B Narayanaswamy
Methods 9 (9), 1437-1445, 0
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–12