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Guang Gao
Professor Tony Clare
Dr Craig Rose
Dr Gary Caldwell
Ulva rigida in the future ocean: potential for carbon capture, bioremediation, and biomethane production2018
Guang Gao
Professor Tony Clare
Eleni Chatzidimitriou
Dr Craig Rose
Dr Gary Caldwell
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Effects of ocean warming and acidification, combined with nutrient enrichment, on chemical composition and functional properties of Ulva rigida2018
Guang Gao
Professor Tony Clare
Dr Craig Rose
Dr Gary Caldwell
Eutrophication and warming-driven green tides (Ulva rigida) are predicted to increase under future climate change scenarios2017
Guang Gao
Professor Tony Clare
Dr Craig Rose
Dr Gary Caldwell
Intrinsic and extrinsic control of reproduction in the green tide-forming alga, Ulva rigida2017
Guang Gao
Professor Tony Clare
Dr Craig Rose
Dr Gary Caldwell
Non-cryogenic preservation of thalli, germlings, and gametes of the green seaweed Ulva rigida2017
Guang Gao
Professor Tony Clare
Dr Craig Rose
Dr Gary Caldwell
Reproductive sterility increases the capacity to exploit the green seaweed Ulva rigida for commercial applications2017
Dr Craig Rose
Professor Martin Downie
A novel approach to measuring subtidal habitat complexity2007
Dr Craig Rose
Professor Martin Downie
A novel technique for assessing habitat complexity underwater and its application to artificial reefs2007
Dr Craig Rose
Professor Martin Downie
Professor Matt Bentley
Evaluating the suitability of artificial reefs as effective habitats2007
Dr Craig Rose
Professor Martin Downie
Professor Matt Bentley
A study of the habitat complexity of an artificial reef, Loch Linnhe W. Scotland2003