Ottesen O.H., Treasurer J., Fitzgerald R., Maguire J., Rebours C., Zhuravleva N.,(2008). Ballan Wrasse Offer Efficient, Environmentally Friendly Sea Lice Control. Global Aquaculture Advocate, 11(6):44-45. 

Maguire, J. A., T. Knights, G. Burnell, T. Crowe, D. McGrath, M. Ferns, N. McDonough, N. McQuaid, B. O’Connor, R. Doyle, C. Newell, R. Seed, A. Smaal, T. O’Carroll, L. Watson, J. Dennis, F. O’Beirn and M. O’Cinneide (2007) Management recommendations for the sustainable exploitation of mussel seed in the Irish Sea. Marine Environment Health Series No. 31. ISSN: 1649-0053. 87p Read the article.

Maguire, J. A., M. O’Donoghue, S. Jenkins, A. Brand and G. M. Burnell (2002). Temporal and spatial variability in dredging induced stress in the great scallop Pecten maximus (L.). The Journal of Shellfish Research. 21:1:81-86 

Maguire, J. A., S. Jenkins and G. M. Burnell (2002) Effects of repeated dredging and speed of tow on undersized scallops. Fisheries Research. 58:3:367-377 

Maguire, J. A., A. Coleman, S. Jenkins and G. M. Burnell (2002) Effects of dredging on undersized scallops. Fisheries Research. 56:2:155-165

Maguire J.A., P. Byrne, W. Lart and G. Burnell (2002) Towards sustainable scallop fisheries in Ireland. In: Achievement and Challenge. Rio + 10 and Ireland. F. Convery and J. Feehan (Eds). Published by the Environmental Institute, UCD pp 397 – 402.

Maguire, J. A., and G. M. Burnell (2001) The effect of stocking density in suspended culture on growth and carbohydrate content of the adductor muscle in two populations of the scallop (Pecten maximus) in Bantry Bay, Ireland. Aquaculture. 198/1-2, 95-108. 

Maguire, J. A., D. A. O’Connor and G. M. Burnell (1999) An investigation into behavioural indicators of stress in juvenile scallops. Aquaculture International. 7:169 – 177.

Maguire, J. A., D. Cashmore and G. M. Burnell (1999) The effect of transportation on the juvenile scallop Pecten maximus (L.). Aquaculture Research. 30:325 – 333.

Maguire, J. A., and G. M. Burnell (1999) The potential for spat collection in Bantry Bay, Ireland. Biology and the Environment. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. 99B:3:183-190

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