Publications of Colin Jago
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Peer Reviewed Journal PapersHowlett, E.R., D.G. Bowers, J. Malarkey and C.F. Jago, 2015.
Stratification in the presence of an axial convergent front: Causes and implications. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 161, 1-10.
PDF or website (id:2548)
Malarkey, J., C.F. Jago, R. Hübner and S.E. Jones, 2013.
A simple method to determine the settling velocity distribution from settling velocity tubes. Continental Shelf Research, 56, 82-89. (id:2094)
Jago CF, Kennaway GM, Novarino G, Jones SE, (2007).
Size and settling velocity of suspended flocs during Phaeocystis bloom in the tidally suspended Irish Sea, NW European shelf. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 345, 51-62, 2007. (id:1468)
Jago, C.F., Ishak, A.K., Jones, S.E. and Goff, M.R.G. (2006)
An ephemeral turbidity maximum generated by resuspension of organic-rich matter in a macrotidal estuary, S.W. Wales. Estuaries and Coasts, 29, 197-208. (id:37)
Jago, C.F., Jones, S.E., Sykes, P. and Rippeth, T.P. (2006)
Temporal variation of suspended particulate matter and turbulence in a high energy, tide-stirred coastal ocean: Relative contributions of resuspension and dissaggregation. Continental Shelf Research, 26, 2019-2028. (id:38)
Daby, D., Turner, J. and Jago, C. (2002).
Microbial and nutrient pollution of coastal bathing waters in Mauritius. Environment International: 27: 555-566. (id:304)
Jago, C.F. and Bull, C.F.J. (2000)
Quantification of errors in transmissometer–derived concentration of suspended particulate matter in the coastal zone: implications for flux determinations. Marine Geology, 169, 273–286. (id:447)
Bunt, J., Larcombe, P. and Jago, C.F. (1999)
Considerations in the use of optical instruments for SPM determination in varying marine environments. Continental Shelf Research, 19, 1199–1220. (id:529)
Wood, R.G., Black, K.S. and Jago, C.F. (1998)
Measurements and preliminary modelling of current velocity over an intertidal mudflat, Humber estuary, UK. In: Black, K.S., Paterson, D.M. and Cramp, A. [eds.], Sedimentary Processes in the Intertidal Zone, Geological Soc. London, Spec. Publ., 139, 167–175. (id:630)
Jago, C.F. and Jones, S.E. (1998)
Observation and modelling of the dynamics of benthic fluff resuspended from a sandy bed in the southern North Sea. Continental Shelf Research, 18, 1255–1282. (id:557)
Jones, S.E., Jago, C.F., Bale, A.J., Chapman, D., Howland, R.J.M. and Jackson, J. (1998)
Aggregation and resuspension of suspended particulate matter at a seasonally stratified site in the southern North Sea: physical and biological controls. In: The North Sea Sediment Resuspension Experiment (SERE) [eds. Morris, A.W., Jago, C.F., Howarth, M.J. and Bale,A.J.], Continental Shelf Research, 18, 1283–1310. (id:564)
Morris, A.W., Jago, C.F., Howarth, M.J. and Bale, A.J. [eds.] (1998)
The North Sea sediment resuspension experiment (SERE). Continental Shelf Research, 18, 1201–1418. (id:582)
Rowden, A.A., Jago, C.F. and Jones, S.E. (1998)
Influence of benthic macrofauna on the geotechnical and geophysical properties of surficial sediment, North Sea. In: The North Sea Sediment Resuspension Experiment (SERE) [eds.Morris, A.W., Jago, C.F., Howarth, M.J. and Bale, A.J.], Continental Shelf Research, 18, 1347–1363. (id:603)
The Mascarene Region, In:Seas at The Millennium, An Environmental Assessment, [Ed.]Sheppard, C.R.C., Elsevier Science, Chapter 70, pp. 243–258. (id:394)
Turner, J.R., Jago, C., Daby, D. and Klaus, R. (2000)
The Mascarene Region. In: Sheppard, C.R.C. (ed.) Seas at The Millennium, An Environmental Assessment, chapter 70, pp. 243–258, Pergamon – Elsevier Science. (id:505)