Peer-Reviewed Publications

Jakobsen, J. & Smith, C., 2017. Farmed Salmon and Farmed Rainbow Trout - Excellent Sources of Vitamin D? Fisheries and Aquaculture Journal doi: 10.4172/2150-3508.1000204. 

Succurro, A., Moejes, F.W., and Ebenhöh, O., 2017. A diverse community to study communities: the perks of multidisciplinary approaches to investigate microbial consortia. Journal of Bacteriology. doi: 10.1128/JB.00865-16 

Moejes, F.W., Matuszynska, A.B., Adhikari, K., et al., 2017. A systems-wide understanding of the photosynthetic acclimation in algae and higher plants - retrospection and perspectives. Journal of Experimental Botany. doi: 10.1093/jxb/erx137

Moejes, F.W., Popa, O., Succurro, A., Maguire, J., and Ebenhöh, O., 2016. Dynamics of the bacterial community associated with Phaeodactylum tricornutum cultures. doi: 

McKennedy, S. Onenc, J., M. Pala, and J. Maguire (2016). Supercritical carbon dioxide treatment of the microalgae Nannochloropsis oculata for the production of Fatty Acid Methyl Esters. The Journal of Supercritical Fluids.

Maguire, J. A., C. Cusack, M. Ruiz-Villarreal, J. Silke, D. McElligott and K. Davidson (2016). Applied simulations and integrated modelling for the understanding of toxic and harmful algal blooms (ASIMUTH): Integrated HAB forecast systems for Europe’s Atlantic Arc. Harmful Algae, 53:160-166. 

Gunning, D., J. Maguire and G. Burnell (2016). The development of sustainable saltwater based food production systems: A review of established and novel concepts. Water, 8, 598; doi:10.3390/w8120598 

Gunning, D. and J. Maguire (2016). Developing IMTA across Europe. In: Beyond fish monoculture – Developing Integrated Multi-Tropic Aquaculture in Europe. M. Cochi, R. Corner and A. Hughes (Eds). Published by ETA-Florence Renewable Energies. ISBN: 9788889407400. pp 12-19.

Davidson, K., D.M. Anderson, M. Mateus, B. Reguera, J. Silke, M. Sourisseau and J. Maguire (2016). Forecasting the risk of harmful algal blooms. Harmful Algae, 53:1-7. 

Maguire, J.A. (2014) The battle of biofouling: implications for the aquaculture industry. J. of Ocean Technology. 9:4:4-5

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