Impact of biotic and abiotic processes on sediment dynamics and the consequences to the structure and functioning of the intertidal zone
John Widdows;Mary Brinsley.
Journal of Sea Research (2002)
Stable isotopes' as trophic tracers: combining field sampling and manipulative labelling of food resources for macrobenthos
Peter M. J. Herman;Jack J. Middelburg;John Widdows;Cathy H. Lucas.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2000)
Mussels and environmental contaminants : bioaccumulation and physiological aspects
J. Widdows;P. Donkin.
Developments in Aquaculture and Fisheries Science (1992)
Physiological and biochemical responses of bivalve molluscs to exposure to air
J Widdows;B.L Bayne;D.R Livingstone;R.I.E Newell.
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Physiology (1979)
Physiological ecology of mussel larvae
Measurement of stress effects (scope for growth) and contaminant levels in mussels (Mytilus edulis) collected from the Irish Sea.
J Widdows;P Donkin;F.J Staff;P Matthiessen.
Marine Environmental Research (2002)
Temporal changes in intertidal sediment erodability: influence of biological and climatic factors
J Widdows;S Brown;M.D Brinsley;P.N Salkeld.
Use of annular flumes to determine the influence of current velocity and bivalves on material flux at the sediment-water interface
John Widdows;Mary D. Brinsley;Peter N. Salkeld;Mike Elliott.
Estimation of bed shear stress using the turbulent kinetic energy approach- : A comparison of annular flume and field data
N.D. Pope;J. Widdows;M.D. Brinsley.
computer science symposium in russia (2006)
Effects of pollution on the scope for growth of mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis) from the Venice Lagoon, Italy
John Widdows;Cristina Nasci;Valentino U. Fossato.
Marine Environmental Research (1997)
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