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Oliver Ross, PhD (Senior Researcher)
Dept of Physical & Coastal Oceanography (OPLC)
Aix-Marseille University
Marseille, FRANCE
email: please add "oliver.ross" to @univ-amu.fr
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Publications

Articles

C Pinazo, ON Ross, F Diaz, AM Doglioli, F D'Ortenzio, C Estournel, P Forget, V Garnier, E Gutknecht, M Kersale, F Kessouri, C Lathuilière, L Marie, J Marmain, P Marsaleix, C Perruche, A Petrenko, G Reffray, S Salon, M Sourisseau, V Taillandier, I Taupier-Letage, P Testor, B Thouvenin, C Ulses and G Eldin, 2017. “On the effects of different implementations of biogeochemical Open Boundary Conditions on 3D coupled physical and biogeochemical regional models”, in prep.
Abstract ON Ross, J Passarge, J Baudry, J Sharples, and J Huisman, 2016. “The role of turbulent mixing for the success of the cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa in a hypertrophic freshwater lake”. Limnology & Oceanography, in preparation.
PDFSJ Royer, M Galí, AS Mahajan, ON Ross, GL Pérez, ES Saltzman and R Simó, 2016. “A high-resolution time-depth view of dimethylsulphide cycling in the surface sea”. Scientific Reports 6: 32325, doi:10.1038/srep32325.
PDFON Ross, M Fraysse, C Pinazo, and I Pairaud 2016. “Impact of an intrusion by the Northern Current on the biogeochemistry in the eastern Gulf of Lion, NW Mediterranean” Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 170:1-9, 10.1016/j.ecss.2015.12.022.
PDFM Fraysse, I Pairaud, ON Ross, VM Faure, C Pinazo, 2014. “Intrusion of Rhone River diluted water into the Bay of Marseille: generation processes and impacts on ecosystem functioning” Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans 119:10.1002/2014JC010022.
PDFG Aguileta, DM de Vienne, ON Ross, ME Hood, T Giraud, E Petit and T Gabaldón, 2014. “High variability of mitochondrial gene order among fungi”. Genome Biology and Evolution 6(2):451-465. doi:10.1093/gbe/evu028
PDF ML Artigas, C Llebot, ON Ross, NZ Neszi, V Rodellas, J Garcia-Orellana, P Masquéd, J Piera, M Estrada, and E Berdalet, 2014. “Understanding the spatio-temporal variability of phytoplankton biomass distribution in a microtidal Mediterranean estuary”. Deep Sea Research II 101:180-192. doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2014.01.006.
PDF E Berdalet, MA McMAnus, ON Ross, H Burchard, F Chavez, JS Jaffe, I Jenkinson, R Kudela, I Lips, U Lips, A Lucas, D Rivas, MC Ruiz de la Torre, J Ryan, JM Sullivan, H Yamazaki, 2014. “Understanding Harmful Algae in Stratified Systems: Review of Progress and Future Directions”. Deep Sea Research II 101:4-20. doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2013.09.042.
PDFE Berdalet, ML Artigas, C Llebot, ON Ross, AB Hoyer, NZ Neszi, J Piera, F Rueda, and M Estrada, 2012. “Phytoplankton variability modulation by the hydrodynamic regime in Alfacs Bay (NW Mediterranean). A combined experimental and modelling study”. In: H-G Kim et al. (eds.) Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Harmful Algae, Changwon (Korea), accepted.
PDFON Ross, RJ Geider, E Berdalet, ML Artigas and J Piera, 2011. “Modelling the effect of vertical mixing on bottle incubations for determining in situ phytoplankton dynamics. I. Growth rates”. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 435:13-31, doi:10.3354/meps09193.
PDFON Ross, RJ Geider, and J Piera, 2011. “Modelling the effect of vertical mixing on bottle incubations for determining in situ phytoplankton dynamics. II. Primary production”. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 435:33-45, doi:10.3354/meps09194.
PDFE Berdalet, ON Ross, J Solé, ML Artigas, G Llaveria, C Llebot, R Quesada, J Piera, M Estrada, 2010. “Multidisciplinary and multiscale approach to understand (harmful) phytoplankton dynamics in a NW Mediterranean bay”. ICES CM Documents: ICES CM 2010/N:02. ISBN: 978-87-7482-085-7.
AbstractIF Aymerich, S Pons Freixes, J Piera, E Torrecilla, and ON Ross, 2010. “Comparing the use of hyperspectral irradiance reflectance and diffuse attenuation coeficient as indicators for algal presence in the water column”. IEEE Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing: Evolution in Remote Sensing (WHISPERS): 296-299. doi: 10.1109/WHISPERS.2010.5594911. ISBN: 978-1-4244-8906-0.
AbstractE Torrecilla, J Piera, IF Aymerich, S Pons, ON Ross, and M Vilaseca, 2010. “Hyperspectral remote sensing of phytoplankton assemblages in the ocean: Effects of the vertical distribution”. IEEE Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing: Evolution in Remote Sensing (WHISPERS): 1-4. doi: 10.1109/WHISPERS.2010.5594912. ISBN: 978-1-4244-8906-0.
PDFG Llaveria, E Garcés, ON Ross, RI Figueroa, N Sampedro and E Berdalet. 2010. “Small-scale turbulence can reduce parasite infectivity to dinoflagellates”. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 412:45-56.
PDFBE Scott, J Sharples, ON Ross, J Wang, GJ Pierce and CJ Camphuysen. 2010. “Sub-surface hotspots in shallow seas: Fine scale limited locations of marine top predator foraging habitat indicated by tidal mixing and sub-surface chlorophyll”. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 408:207-226.
PDFJI Allen, J Aiken, TR Anderson, E Buitenhuis, S Cornell, R Geider, K Haines, T Hirata, J Holt, C LeQuéré, N Hardman-Mountford, ON Ross, B Sinha, J While, 2010. “Marine ecosystem models for earth systems applications: The MarQUEST experience”. J Mar Sys 81:19-33.
PDFRJ Geider, CM Moore and ON Ross. 2009. “Cost-benefit analysis of photoacclimation of phytoplankton pigment content”. Plant Ecology & Diversity 2:165-178.
PDFON Ross and RJ Geider, 2009. “New cell based model of photosynthesis and photo-acclimation: accumulation and mobilisation of energy reserves in phytoplankton”. Mar Ecol Progr Ser 383:53-71.
PDFON Ross, CM Moore, DJ Sugget, HL MacIntyre and RJ Geider, 2008. “A model of photosynthesis and photo-protection based on reaction centre damage and repair”. Limnol Ocean 53(5):1835-1852.
PDFON Ross and J Sharples, 2008. “Swimming for survival: the role of phytoplankton motility in turbulent environments”. J Mar Sys 70:248–262.
PDFON Ross and J Sharples, 2007. “Phytoplankton motility and the competition for nutrients in the thermocline”. Mar Ecol Progr Ser 347:21–38.
PDFON Ross 2006. “Particles in motion: how turbulence affects plankton sedimentation from an oceanic mixed layer”. Geophys Res Lett 33, L10609, doi:10.1029/2006GL026352.(→editor's highlight)
PDFJ Sharples, ON Ross, B Scott, S Greenstreet, and H Fraser, 2006. “Inter-annual variability in the timing of stratification and the spring bloom in the north-western North Sea”. Cont Shelf Res 26(6):733–757.
PDFON Ross and J Sharples, 2004. “Recipe for 1-D Lagrangian particle tracking models in space-varying diffusivity”. Limnol Ocean: Meth 2:289–302.
PDFF Daunt, S Wanless, L Wilson, G Peters, D Gremillet, B Scott, J Sharples, O Ross, S Greenstreet and H Fraser, 2002. “Effects of tidal currents on seabird foraging behaviour and diet in the North Sea”. ICES CM Documents: 2002/N:15.
PDFON Ross and SG Bradley, 2002. “Model for optical forward scattering by non-spherical raindrops”. Appl Optics 41(24):5130–5141.
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Published book chapters

PDFBE Scott, J Sharples, S Wanless, ON Ross, M Frederiksen and F Daunt, 2006. “The use of biologically meaningful oceanographic indices to separate the effects of climate and fisheries on seabird breeding success”. In I Boyd, S Wanless & CJ Camphuysen (eds.) Top Predators in Marine Ecosystems: Their Role in Monitoring and Management. Zool Soc London, Conserv Biol Ser 12, Cambr. Univ. Press, pp. 46-62. ISBN 0-521-84773-7.
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Theses/Reports

PDFON Ross, AM Doglioli, D Guillemain, K Klun, L Rousselet, I Talaber, L Berline, L Guilloux, C Pinazo, C Yohia, 2016. “SeaQUEST campaign from 6-10 April 2016 aboard R/V Tethys II: Cruise Report”, Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography, Aix-Marseille University, 34 pp, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2253.7846/2.
PDFGEOHAB 2013. Global Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful Algal Blooms, GEOHAB Core Research Project: HABs in Stratified Systems. (Eds. M.A. McManus, E. Berdalet, J. Ryan, H. Yamazaki, J.S. Jaffe, O.N. Ross, H. Burchard, I. Jenkinson and F. Chavez) (Contributors: G. Basterretxea, D. Rivas, M.C. Ruiz and L. Seuront) IOC and SCOR, Paris and Newark, Delaware, USA, 62 pp. ISSN 1538 182X.
ON Ross, E Berdalet, ML Artigas, C Llebot, AB Hoyer, NZ Neszi, F Rueda, M Estrada, 2013. “Is Alfacs Bay a phytoplankton bloom incubator? In situ measurements and modelling approaches, open questions”, IN: Global Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful Algal Blooms, GEOHAB Core Research Project: HABs in Stratified Systems. MA McManus, E Berdalet, J Ryan, H Yamazaki, JS Jaffe, ON Ross, H Burchard, F Chavez (eds.). IOC and SCOR, Paris and Newark, Delaware, USA. ISSN 1538 182X. p.55-57.
PDFGEOHAB, 2011. “GEOHAB Modeling: Linking Observations to Predictions - a Workshop Report.”. DJ McGillicuddy, PM Gilbert, E Berdalet, C Edwards, P Franks and ON Ross (eds.). IOC and SCOR, Paris and Newark, Delaware. 85 pp.
B Karlson, R Lopes, E Berdalet, F Chavez, S Claus, K Daly, S Airton Gaeta, C Gallienne, J Piera, S Polat, ON Ross, N Shams El Din, L Valdes. 2009 – Report of the working group on “Observational approaches to community structure, from microbes to zooplankton”. SCOR Workshop on Ocean Biology Observatories, Mestre, Italy, 16-18 September 2009.
PDFB Scott, J Sharples and ON Ross, 2005. “Oceanography”. In: Camphuysen, CJ (Ed.) (2005). Understanding marine foodweb processes: an ecosystem approach to sustainable sandeel fisheries in the North Sea: IMPRESS final report. NIOZ-rapport 2005-5:55-67. ISSN 0923-3210.
J Huisman, K Johnk, B Sommeijer, J Sharples, PM Visser, J Stroom, F de Jongh, O Ross, M Moore, L Hove, B Schaub, 2004. “Intermittent Mixing in Lake Nieuwe Meer. Field Experiment and Model Simulations 2003”. Ibed/amb, The University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 71pp.
PDFON Ross, 2004. “Algal motility in variable turbulence”. School of Ocean and Earth Science, University of Southampton. Ph.D. thesis. 199pp.
PDFON Ross, 2000. “Optical Remote Sensing of rainfall micro-structures”. Fachbereich Physik der Freien Universität Berlin. Diplom thesis. 136pp.
PDFON Ross and E Soyez, 1997. “A study of two eddies merging off the east Australian coast” Tech report submitted to the School of Environmental and Marine Science. The University of Auckland, New Zealand. 67pp.
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Oral & Poster Presentations at International Conferences/Workshops

  1. ON Ross, AM Doglioli, K Klun, I Talaber, L Rousselet, L Berline, D Guillemain, C Yohia, A Petrenko, C Pinazo. PDF “Meso- & Sub-mesoscale Physico-biogeochemical Dynamics in a Coastal NW Mediterranean Sea: Quantifying & Understanding Ecosystem Structure & Transport (SeaQUEST)” 2017 ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. February/March 2017.
  2. ON Ross, M Fraysse, C Pinazo, and I Pairaud. PDF “How intrusions of the Northern Current lead to regime shifts in the biogeochemistry of the Gulf of Lion” 2015 ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Granada, Spain. February 2015.
  3. NZ Neszi, M Estrada, ML Artigas, ON Ross, O Muñoz, S Laflamme, D Sousoni, L Viure and E Berdalet. PDF “From pico- to micro: variability of a Spring bloom in an estuarine bay at a high temporal and spatial resolution” 2015 ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Granada, Spain. February 2015.
  4. A Petrenko, N Bhairy, N Barrier, L Berline, A Bosse, J Bouffard, S Boussabat, F Carlotti, A Costa, J-L Devenon, AM Doglioli, B Espinasse, M Fraysse, P Garreau, J Gatti, C Grenz, D Malengros, L Mortier, Y Ourmières, I Pairaud, C Pinazo, B Queguiner, P Tedesco, R Rainaud, ON Ross, G Rougier, P Testor, B Zakjardjian. “JULIO - on-going long-term observations” MOOSE (Mediderranean Ocean Observation System for the Environment) Science Meeting 2014, Marseille, France. November 2014.
  5. ON Ross, C Estournel, F Kessouri P Marsaleix, C Perruche, G Reffray, M Sourisseau, B Thouvenin, C Ulses and C Pinazo. PDF “AMICO-BIO: investigating the effects of forcing open boundaries in 3D regional biogeochemical models and the use of public data products for model validation” 3rd MyOcean Science Days 2014, Toulouse, France, 22-24 September, 2014.
  6. C Pinazo, ON Ross, F Diaz, AM Doglioli1, F D'Ortenzio, J-C Dutay, C Estournel, P Forget, V Garnier, P Garreau, M Gehlen, PDF E Gutknecht, M Herrmann, M Kersale, F Kessouri, C Lathuilière, L Marié, P Marsaleix, C Perruche, A Petrenko, G Reffray, M Sourisseau, V Taillandier, I Taupier-Letage, P Testor, B Thouvenin, C Ulses and G Eldin. “The AMICO-BIO project: integrating Operational Coastal Oceanography with a 3D Coupled Physical-Biogeochemical Modelling Approach” 3rd MyOcean Science Days 2014, Toulouse, France, 22-24 September, 2014.
  7. T Ross, ML Artigas, ON Ross, NZ Neszi, and E Berdalet. “Exploring the use of acoustics in monitoring harmful algal blooms in Alfacs Bay (a Mediterranean lagoon)” presentation in Acoustics in Oceanography and Marine Sciences session at 48th Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society Congress, Rimouski, QC, Canada, 1-5 June, 2014.
  8. E Berdalet, ML Artigas, C Llebot, ON Ross, J Solé, M Estrada. “A combined field and modelling study to understand the modulation of phytoplankton variability by physical forcing in Alfacs Bay (NW Mediterranean).” MedOcean. Symposium on Integrating New Advances in Mediterranean Oceanography and Marine Biology, Barcelona, Spain. November 2013.
  9. E Berdalet, L Arin, ML Artigas, D Blasco, M Estrada, S González-Gil, G Llaveria, C Llebot, NZ Neszi, R Quesada, ON Ross, J Solé, L Velo-Suárez, B Reguera. “TURECOTOX and ECOALFACS Projects: Contributions of two GEOHAB Endorsed Projects”. GEOHAB synthesis Open Science Meeting, Paris, France. April 2013.
  10. ON Ross, RJ Geider, E Berdalet, ML Artigas and J Piera. “Modelling the effect of vertical mixing on bottle incubations for determining in situ phytoplankton growth rates” 15th International conference on Harmful Algae, Changwon, S Korea. November 2012.
  11. E Berdalet, ML Artigas, C Llebot, ON Ross, NZ Neszi, J Piera, M Estrada. “Is Alfacs Bay a Bloom Incubator?” 15th International conference on Harmful Algae, Changwon, S Korea. November 2012.
  12. E Torrecilla, M Ramírez-Pérez, S Pons, ON Ross, and J Piera. “Hyperspectral-based assessment of phytoplankton communities in a shallow estuary by means of model simulations” XXI Ocean Optics conference, Glasgow, Scotland. October 2012.
  13. ON Ross, E Torrecilla, M Ramírez-Pérez and J Piera “Hyperspectral variability of photosynthetically active radiation experienced by phytoplankton in the oceanic surface mixed layer” XXI Ocean Optics conference, Glasgow, Scotland. October 2012.
  14. J Piera, L Cambell, HM Sosik, L Harred, RJ Olson, O Ross, E Torrecilla, and J Ballabrera. “Do we need photonic-based instruments to characterize multiscale processes in marine environments?” XXI Ocean Optics conference, Glasgow, Scotland. October 2012.
  15. E Berdalet, ON Ross, ML Artigas. “Estimating phytoplankton growth rates in a stratified system: experimental and modelling approaches, open questions”. GEOHAB Workshop “Advances and challenges for understanding physical-biological interactions in HABs in Stratified Environments”, Monterey, California, USA. August 2012.
  16. ON Ross, E Berdalet, ML Artigas, J Piera. “The dilution method: a modelling study”. GEOHAB Workshop “Advances and challenges for understanding physical-biological interactions in HABs in Stratified Environments”, Monterey, California, USA. August 2012.
  17. E Berdalet, ON Ross, ML Artigas, J Piera. “Is Alfacs Bay a phytoplankton bloom incubator? In situ measurements and modeling approaches, open questions” GEOHAB Workshop “Advances and challenges for understanding physical-biological interactions in HABs in Stratified Environments”, Monterey, California, USA. August 2012.
  18. ON Ross, E Torrecilla and J Piera. “New Methods of Aquatic Hyperspectral Light Field Analysis for the Concurrent Characterisation of Physical and Bio-optical Processes at Small Scales” 2012 ASLO Summer Meeting, Lake Biwa, Shiga, Japan. June 2012.
  19. J Piera, C Simon, O Ross, ML Artigas E Berdalet, et al. “Multi-scale Methods to Characterize LOTHIR (Long-Term & High-Resolution) Data Obtained in Permanent Observatories” 15th IUGG General Assembly: Earth on the Edge: Science for a Sustainable Planet, Melbourne, Australia. June 2011.
  20. J Piera, ML Artigas, O Ross, C Llebot, J Sole, et al. “Small Scale Interactions Between Physical and Biological Processes in a Microtidal Semi-Enclosed Estuary” 15th IUGG General Assembly: Earth on the Edge: Science for a Sustainable Planet, Melbourne, Australia. June 2011.
  21. ML Artigas, ON Ross, R Quesada, J Piera, E Berdalet. “Swimming and sinking in Alfacs Bay: survival strategies in a weakly turbulent and stratified water column” 14th International conference on Harmful Algae, Hersonissos, Crete, Greece. November 2010.
  22. J Piera, E Torrecilla, S Pons, IF Aymerich, ON Ross, JJ Dañobeitia, ML Artigas, E Berdalet, R Simó, T Akinfiev, R Fernandez, H Montes, M Armada. “ANERIS: an autonomous profiler for concurrent characterisation of physical and bio-optical processes at small scales. associated data analysis methods” Ocean Optics XX Conference, Anchorage, Alaska, USA. September 2010.
  23. E Berdalet, ON Ross, M Lara, C Llebot, G Llaveria, R Quesada, J Piera, M Estrada. “Multidisciplinary and multiscale approach to understand (harmful) phytoplankton dynamics in a NW Mediterranean bay” ICES Annual Science Conference 2010, Nantes, France. September 2010.
  24. ON Ross, J Piera, E Torrecilla, M Lara, and E Berdalet. “Using hyperspectral optical methods to examine the effect of turbulent mixing on ecosystem functioning in a coastal lagoon” 14th International Workshop on Physical Processes in Natural Waters (PPNW), Reykjavík, Iceland. June 2010.
  25. J Piera, ON Ross, E Torrecilla, S Pons, IF Aymerich, JJ Dañobeitia, R Quesada, ML Artigas, and E Berdalet. “Sampling strategies for multi-scale characterisation of biological and hydrodynamic interactions: the role of LOTHIR observatories” 14th International Workshop on Physical Processes in Natural Waters (PPNW), Reykjavík, Iceland. June 2010.
  26. IM Aymerich, S Pons, J Piera, E Torrecilla and ON Ross. “Comparing the use of hyperspectral irradiance reflectance and the diffuse attenuation coeficient as indicators for algal presence in the water column” 2nd workshop on hyperspectral image processing: evolution in remote sensing, IEEE-WHISPERS, Reykjavik, Iceland, June 2010
  27. E Torrecilla, J Piera, IF Aymerich, S Pons, ON Ross, M Vilaseca. “Hyperspectral remote sensing of phytoplankton assemblages in the ocean: effects of the vertical distribution” 2nd workshop on hyperspectral image processing: evolution in remote sensing, IEEE-WHISPERS, Reykjavik, Iceland, June 2010
  28. ON Ross and J Piera. “Modelling the effect of turbulence on phytoplankton in the oceanic surface mixed layer: implications for light availability, photosynthesis and photoacclimation” Orflow10 (Trends in Complex Systems), International Workshop on Living Organisms in Flows: From Small-scale Turbulence to Geophysical Flows, IFISC, Palma de Mallorca, June 2010
  29. E Berdalet, ML Artigas, C Llebot, R Quesada, ON Ross, M Fernández, J Diogène, J Piera, M Estrada. “Estudis sobre la circulació de l'aigua a la Badia dels Alfacs amb possible aplicació a l'aqüicultura i la prevenció de les proliferacions de fitoplàncton toxic” II Congrés d’Aqüicultura Mediterrània, Sant Carles de la Ràpita, Spain. October 2009.
  30. ON Ross, E Torrecilla, J Piera and E Berdalet. “Using hyperspectral optical methods to examine the effect of turbulent mixing on ecosystem functioning in a coastal lagoon”. SCOR international workshop on Ocean Biology Observatories, Mestre, Italy. September 2009.
  31. J Piera, ON Ross and E Berdalet. “Sampling strategies: the role of LOTHIR (long-term & high-resolution) observatories in the characterization of biological ocean processes” SCOR international workshop on Ocean Biology Observatories, Mestre, Italy. September 2009.
  32. E Berdalet, M Lara, ON Ross , J Piera and M Estrada. “Challenges to understanding the dynamics of harmful phytoplankton blooms”. SCOR international workshop on Ocean Biology Observatories, Mestre, Italy. September 2009.
  33. ON Ross and RJ Geider. “Lagrangian vs Eulerian modelling of phytoplankton photosynthesis and photoacclimation”. GEOHAB workshop, Galway, Ireland. June 2009.
  34. E Berdalet, G Llaveria, ML Artigas, R Quesada, ON Ross, C Llebot, J Piera, M Estrada. “Ecophysiology of phytoplankton under small-scale turbulence: from the laboratory to the modulation of harmful algal blooms”. GEOHAB workshop, Galway, Ireland. June 2009.
  35. ON Ross and RJ Geider. “A new model of turbulent mixing, phytoplankton photosynthesis and acclimation based on FRRF measurements”. ALSO Meeting, St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada. June 2008.
  36. ON Ross and J Sharples. “Modelling Turbulence and Phytoplankton Motility in a Stratified Shelf Sea”. EGU Annual Science Meeting, Vienna, Austria. April 2008.
  37. ON Ross, J Sharples, J Passarge, and J Huisman. “How Turbulent Mixing Affects Species Success in an Artificially Mixed Hypertrophic Lake”. Euromech 488 Colloquium, Liverpool, UK. June 2007.
  38. ON Ross, CM Moore, DJ Suggett, and RJ Geider. “A mechanistic model of photosynthesis, photo-protection and photo-inhibition based on reaction centre inactivation and repair.” 6th Green Ocean Workshop, Villefranche, France. May 2007.
  39. ON Ross, CM Moore, and RJ Geider. “Investigating the effect of oceanic turbulence on phytoplankton physiology using a new photoacclimation/-inhibition model”. Challenger Conference for Marine Science, Oban, Scotland. September 2006.
  40. ON Ross and J Sharples. “Phytoplankton motility and the competition for nutrients in the thermocline”. MBI Workshop on Microbial Ecology, Columbus Ohio, USA. May 2006.
  41. ON Ross and RJ Geider. “1D vertical Lagrangian modelling of phytoplankto in a stratified water column.” 5th Green Ocean Workshop, Villefranche, France. April 2006.
  42. ON Ross and J Sharples. “Phytoplankton motility and the competition for nutrients in the thermocline”. Warnemünde Turbulence Days, Warnemünde, Germany. September 2005.
  43. BE Scott, J Sharples, ON Ross and K Camphuysen. “Hotspots: Marine top predator foraging habitat predicted from a detailed understanding of temporal and spatial oceanographic processes”. PDF ICES Annual Science Conference, Aberdeen, Scotland. September 2005. (Awarded the best paper of the conference)
  44. ON Ross and J Sharples. “Algal motility in variable turbulence”. Joint ASLO-TOS international conference in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. February 2004.
  45. CM Moore, DJ Suggett, ON Ross, YN Kim, AE Hickman, J Sharples, and PM Holligan. “Phytoplankton photosystem II acclimation and adaptation strategies in mixed and stratified water columns”. Joint ASLO-TOS international conference in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. February 2004.
  46. F Daunt, L Wilson, G Peters, J Sharples, ON Ross, H Fraser, SPR Greenstreet, D Grémillet, B Scott and S Wanless. “Impact of Oceanography on the foraging dynamics of seabirds in the North Sea”. Joint Symposium of the Zoological Society of London, IMPRESS and the Sea Mammal Research Unit entitled “Management of Marine Ecosystems:
    Monitoring Change in Upper Trophic Levels”. London, UK. April 2004.
  47. LJ Wilson, F Daunt, BE Scott, G Peters, D Grémillet, J Sharples, ON Ross, SPR Greenstreet, H Fraser and S Wanless. “Windows of opportunity: do bio-physical drivers influence prey availability to marine predators?”. Pacific Seabird Group Conference, British Columbia, Canada. February 2003.
  48. F Daunt, S Wanless, L Wilson, B Scott, J Sharples, ON Ross, G Peters, D Gremillet, S Greenstreet, and H Fraser. “Effects of tidal currents on seabird foraging behaviour and diet in the North Sea”. ICES Annual Science Conference and ICES Centenary, Copenhagen, Denmark. October 2002.
  49. ON Ross and J Sharples. “Algal motility in variable turbulence”. ASLO International Summer Meeting, Victoria, Vancouver Island, Canada. June 2002.
  50. BE Scott, J Sharples, ON Ross, S Wanless, F Daunt, S Greenstreet, and H Fraser. “The use of bio-physical indices to link changes in the availability of fish to predators”. ASLO International Summer Meeting, Victoria, Vancouver Island, Canada. June 2002.
  51. MJ Bowman, DE Dietrich, A Mehra, ON Ross, and E Soyez. “Numerical simulations of colliding anticyclonic eddies in the East Australian Current”. Ocean Sciences Meeting, San Diego, USA. 1998.
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