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Prof Andrew Brierley

Prof Andrew Brierley
Professor in Biology


 

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12 (of 12 published available) for asb4 with keyword SEA clear keyword filter. (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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Internal lee waves and baroclinic bores over a tropical seamount shark ‘hot-spot’ Phil Hosegood, W.A.M. Nimmo-Smith, Roland Hudson Proud, Kate Adams, Andrew Stuart Brierley
Progress in Oceanography 2019 vol.172 pp.34-50
Spatial variability in total and organic mercury levels in Antarctic krill Euphausia superba across the Scotia Sea José Seco, José C. Xavier, João P. Coelho, Bárbara Pereira, Geraint Tarling, Miguel A. Pardal, Paco Bustamante, Gabriele Stowasser, Andrew Stuart Brierley, Maria E. Pereira
Environmental Pollution 2019 vol.247 pp.332-339
Seamount influences on mid-water shrimps (Decapoda) and Gnathophausiids (Lophogastridea) of the South-West Indian ridge Sammy De Grave, Kirsty M. Kemp, Andrew Stuart Brierley, Alex D. Rogers
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 2017 vol.136 pp.85-97
The distribution of pelagic sound scattering layers across the southwest Indian Ocean Alex D. Rogers, Andrew Stuart Brierley
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 2017 vol.136 pp.108-121
Enhanced pelagic biomass around coral atolls Tom B. Letessier, Martin J. Cox, Jessica J. Meeuwig, Philipp H. Boersch-Supan, Andrew Stuart Brierley
Marine Ecology Progress Series 2016 vol.546 pp.271-276
Moonlight drives ocean-scale mass vertical migration of zooplankton during the Arctic winter Kim S. Last, Laura Hobbs, Jørgen Berge, Andrew Stuart Brierley, Finlo Cottier
Current Biology 2016 vol.26 pp.244-251
A method for identifying Sound Scattering Layers and extracting key characteristics Roland Hudson Proud, Martin James Cox, S. Wotherspoon, Andrew Stuart Brierley
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2015 vol.6 pp.1190-1198
An alternative method for correcting fluorescence quenching Christophe Guinet, Marthan Bester, Andrew Stuart Brierley, Lars Boehme
Ocean Science 2015 vol.11 pp.83-91
From sea ice to blubber J.E. Braithwaite, J.J. Meeuwig, K.C.S. Jenner, Andrew Stuart Brierley
Polar Biology 2015
Stuck between a rock and a hard place S. Hansson, T. Didrikas, E. Gorokhova, H. Peltonen, Andrew Stuart Brierley, M. Lehtiniemi
Marine Biology 2015 vol.162 pp.1429-1440
Counting whales in a challenging, changing environment N. Kelly, O. Boebel, A. S. Friedlaender, H. Herr, K. -H. Kock, L. S. Lehnert, T. Maksym, J. Roberts, M. Scheidat, U. Siebert, Andrew Stuart Brierley
Scientific Reports 2014 vol.4
The ecosystem of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge at the sub-polar front and Charlie-Gibbs Fracture Zone; ECO-MAR project strategy and description of the sampling programme 2007-2010 I.G. Priede, D.S.M. Billett, Andrew Stuart Brierley, A.R. Hoelzel, M. Inall, P.I. Miller, N.J. Cousins, M.A. Shields, T. Fujii
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 2013 vol.98 pp.220-230

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Prof Andrew Brierley
Bute Building
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
KY16 9TS
Fife
UK

tel: 01334 463458
fax: 01334 463443
room: E37
email: asb4@st-andrews.ac.uk

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