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2011Accumulation of microplastic on shorelines woldwide: Sources and sinksBrowne, Mark; Crump, Phillip; Galloway, Tamara; Niven, Stewart; Teuten, Emma; Thompson, Richard C; Tonkin, Andrew; Biological SciencesAccumulation of microplastic on shorelines woldwide: Sources and sinks, Environmental Science & Technology (Washington), vol.45, 21, 2011,pp 9175-9179
2010An Ecological Experimental Framework for Investigating and Managing Discharges from Buildings Using Seawater as a CoolantBrowne, Mark; Coleman, Ross; Moreira, Fabiana; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesAn Ecological Experimental Framework for Investigating and Managing Discharges from Buildings Using Seawater as a Coolant, Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, vol.6, 3,pp 503-505
2016The ecological impacts of marine debris: unraveling the demonstrated evidence from what is perceivedUnderwood, Antony; Amaral-Zettler, Linda; Browne, Mark; Rochman, Chelsea; Thompson, Richard C; van Franeker, Jan; Biological SciencesThe ecological impacts of marine debris: unraveling the demonstrated evidence from what is perceived, Ecology, vol.97, 2, 2016,pp 302-312
2006Ecologically relevant effects of pulse application of copper on the limpet Patella vulgata L.Coleman, Ross; Browne, Mark; Cartwright, Stephen; Ecological Impacts CentreEcologically relevant effects of pulse application of copper on the limpet Patella vulgata L., Marine Ecology-Progress Series, vol.326,(N/A),2006,pp 187-194
2013Effect of extraction-method, period of incubation and tidal emersion on the viability of haemocytes from oystersBrowne, Mark; Coleman, Ross; Moreira, Fabiana; Chemistry; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesEffect of extraction-method, period of incubation and tidal emersion on the viability of haemocytes from oysters, Marine Pollution Bulletin, vol.74, 1, 2013,pp 208-212
2013Estimating the size of molluscs' feet in situ by staining their foot-printsBrowne, Mark; Underwood, Antony; Chemistry; Biological SciencesEstimating the size of molluscs' feet in situ by staining their foot-prints, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, vol.446, N/A, 2013,pp 291-294
2015Linking effects of anthropogenic debris to ecological impactsChapman, Maura (Gee); Underwood, Antony; Browne, Mark; Thompson, Richard C; Van Franeker, Jan; Williams, Rob; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesLinking effects of anthropogenic debris to ecological impacts, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, vol.282, 1807, 2015,pp 1-10
2014Mitigating against the loss of species by adding artificial intertidal pools to existing seawallsBrowne, Mark; Chapman, Maura (Gee); Chemistry; Biological SciencesMitigating against the loss of species by adding artificial intertidal pools to existing seawalls, Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol.497, N/A, 2014,pp 119-129
2016Simulating regimes of chemical disturbance and testing impacts in the ecosystem using a novel programmable dosing systemBrowne, Mark; Mayer-Pinto, Mariana; Brooks, Paul; Clough, Robert; Crowe, T P; Fisher, Andrew; Chemistry; Biological SciencesSimulating regimes of chemical disturbance and testing impacts in the ecosystem using a novel programmable dosing system, Methods in Ecology and Evolution, vol.7, 5, 2016,pp 609-618
2015Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Stranded Intertidal Marine Debris: Is There a Picture of Global Change?Chapman, Maura (Gee); Browne, Mark; Jambeck, Jenna; Mallos, Nicholas; Thompson, Richard C; Zettler, Linda Amaral; Biological SciencesSpatial and Temporal Patterns of Stranded Intertidal Marine Debris: Is There a Picture of Global Change?, Environmental Science and Technology, vol.49, 12, 2015,pp 7082-7094
2010Spatial Patterns of Plastic Debris along Estuarine ShorelinesBrowne, Mark; Galloway, Tamara; Thompson, Richard C; Biological SciencesSpatial Patterns of Plastic Debris along Estuarine Shorelines, Environmental Science & Technology (Washington), vol.44, 9,pp 3404-3409