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Publications of Shelagh Malham

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Peer Reviewed Journal Papers

McCarthy, I.D. and Nicholls, R. and Malham, S.K. and Whiteley, N.M. (2016).
Validation of the flooding dose technique to determine fractional rates of protein synthesis in a model bivalve species, the blue mussel (Mytilus edulis L.). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A. 191, 166173. (id:2602)

Robins, P.E., Lewis, M.J., Simpson, J.H., and Malham, S.K. 2014
Future variability of solute transport in a macrotidal estuary. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 151 88-99
PDF or website (id:2447)

Rowley, A.F., M E. Cross, S.C. Culloty, S A. Lynch, C.L. Mackenzie, E. Morgan, R.M. O'Riordan, P.E. Robins, A.L. Smith, T.J. Thrupp, C.L. Vogan, E.C. Wootton, and S.K. Malham. 2014.
The potential impact of climate change on the infectious diseases of commercially important shellfish populations in the Irish Sea - a review. ICES J. Mar. Sci. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fst234
PDF or website (id:2393)

Clements K, Giménez L, Jones D, Wilson J, Malham S (2013)
Epizoic barnacles act as pathogen reservoirs on shellfish beds. J Shellfish Res 32, 533-538 (id:2309)

Longshaw, M., Malham. SK. 2013.
A review of the infectious agents, parasites, pathogens and commensals of European cockles (Cerastoderma edule and C. glaucum). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK. 93 227-247 (id:2000)

Mackenzie, C.L., Bell, M.C., Birchenough, S.N.R., Culloty, S.C., Sanderson, W.G., Whiteley, N.M. and Malham, S.K. 2013.
Future socio-economic and environmental sustainability of the Irish Sea requires a multi-disciplinary approach with industry and research collaboration, and cross-border partnership, Ocean and Coastal Management, 85(a), 1-6.
PDF or website (id:2273)

Callaway,R, Shinn, AP., Grenfell, SE., Bron, JE., Burnell, G., Cook, EJ., Crumlish, M., Culloty, S., Davidson, K., Ellis, RP., Flynn, KJ., Fox, C., Green, DM., Hays, GC., Hughes, A., Jhonston, E., Lowe, CD., Lupatsch, I., Malham, S., Mendzil, AF., Nickell, T., Pickerell, T., Rowley, AF., Stanley, MS., Tocher, DR., Turnbull, JF., Webb, G., Wootton, E., Shields, R. (2012)
Climate change and marine aquaculture in the UK. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 22 389-421 (id:2011)

Coscia, I., Robins, P.E., Porter, J.S., Malham, S.K. and Ironside, J.E. (2012)
Modelled larval dispersal and measured gene flow: seascape genetics of the common cockle Cerastoderma edule in the southern Irish Sea. Conserv Genet. DOI 10.1007/s10592-012-0404-4
PDF or website (id:2072)

Malham SK., Hutchinson, TH., Longshaw, M. 2012.
A review of the biology of European cockles (Cerastoderma spp.). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK, 39(4) 249-260 (id:1999)

Quilliam RS, Clements K, Duce C, Cottrill SB, Malham SK, Jones DL. 2011.
Spatial variation of waterborne Escherichia coli - implications for routine sampling of water quality. Journal of Water and Health 9: 734-737 (id:2069)

Quilliam, RS., Williams, PA., Avery, LM., Malham, SK., Jones, DL. 2011.
Unearthing human pathogens at the agricultural-environment interface: A review of current methods for the detection of Escherichia coli O157 in fresh water ecosystems. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 140. 354-360
PDF or website (id:2071)

Thorn, CE., Quilliam, RS., Williams, AP., Malham, SK., Cooper, D., Reynolds, B., Jones, DL. 2011.
Grazing intensity is a poor indicator of waterborne Escherichia coli O157 activity. Anaerobe. 17: 330-333 (id:2070)

Cotter, E., Malham, S.K., O'Keeffe, S., Lynch, S.A., Latchford, J.W., King, J.W., Beaumont, A.R. and Culloty, S.C. (2010)
Summer mortality of the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas in the Irish Sea: The influence of growth, biochemistry and gametogenesis. Aquaculture 303:8-21
PDF or website (id:1853)

Malham, S. K., Cotter, E., O'Keeffe, S., Lynch, S., Culloty, S. C., King, J. W., Latchford, J. W., and Beaumont, A. R. (2009)
Summer mortality of the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, in the Irish Sea: the influence of temperature and nutrients on health and survival. Aquaculture 287: 128-138
PDF or website (id:1582)

Bussell, J.A., Gidman, E.A., Causton, D.R., Gwynn -Jones, D., Malham, S.K., Jones, L.M., Reynolds, B. and Seed, R.(2008).
Changes in the immune response and metabolic fingerprint of the mussel, Mytilus edulis (Linnaeus) in response to lowered salinity and physical stress. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 385: pp. 78-85. (id:1624)

Gidman EA, Jones MLM, Bussell JA, Malham SK, Reynolds B, Seed R, Causton DR, Johnson HE, Gwynn-Jones D (2007)
A methodology for screening haemolymph of intertidal mussels, Mytilus edulis, using FT-IR spectroscopy as a tool for environmental assessment. Metabolomics 3, 465-473. (id:951)

King, J.W., Malham, S.K., Skov, M.W., Cotter, E., Latchford, J.W., Culloty, S.C. and Beaumont, A.R. (2006)
Growth of Crassostrea gigas spat and juveniles under differing environmental conditions at two sites in Wales. Aquatic Living Resources, 19, 289-297. (id:44)

Lacoste, A. , Malham, S.K., Cueff, A., Jalabert, F., Gelebart, F. and Poulet, S.A. (2001)
Evidence for a form of adrenergic response to stress in the mollusc Crassostrea gigas. Journal of Experimental Biology, 204, 1247–1255. (id:339)

Lacoste, A., Jalabert, F., Malham, S., Cueff, A., Gelebart, F., Cordevant, C., Lange, M. and Poulet, S.A. (2001)
A Vibrio splendidus strain is associated with summer mortality of juvenile oysters Crassostrea gigas in the Bay of Morlaix (North Brittany, France). Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 46, 139–145. (id:338)

Lacoste, A., Jalabert, F., Malham, S.K., Cueff, A. and Poulet, S.A. (2001)
Stress and stress–induced neuroendocrine changes increase the susceptibility of juvenile oysters (Crassostrea gigas) to Vibrio splendidus. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 67, 2304–2309. (id:337)

Lacoste, A., Malham, S.K., Cueff, A. and Poulet, S.A. (2001a)
Noradrenaline modulates hemocyte reactive oxygen species production via beta–adrenergic receptors in the oyster Crassostrea gigas. Developmental and Comparative Immunology, 25, 285–289. (id:333)

Lacoste, A., Malham, S.K., Cueff, A. and Poulet, S.A. (2001b)
Stress–induced catecholamine changes in the hemolymph of the oyster Crassostrea gigas. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 122, 181–188. (id:334)

Lacoste, A., Malham, S.K., Cueff, A. and Poulet, S.A. (2001c)
Noradrenaline modulates oyster hemocyte phagocytosis via a beta–adrenergic recepto–cAMP signalling pathway. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 122, 252–259. (id:335)

Lacoste, A., Malham, S.K., Cueff, A. and Poulet, S.A. (2001d)
Noradrenaline reduces the stimulary effect of interleukin–1 alpha on reactive oxygen species production by oyster immunocytes. Invertebrate Biology, 120, 358–364. (id:336)

Additional Publications

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Forde, J, King, J.W., Malham, S.K., And Beaumont, A.R. (2008)
Growth and Immunology of Cultured European Flat Oysters in the Menai Strait. Shellfish News 26, 11-13. (id:1734)

Malham, S. K., M.W. Walton, J.W. Latchford, J.W. King and H.C. Greenwell (2006)
Testing the response of oysters exposed to chemicals X, Y, and Z. Centre for Applied Marine Sciences. Report 2006-5. (id:1442)

Malham, SK, Cotter, E, O'Keefe, S, Lynch, S, Latchford, J, King, JW, Culloty, SC and Beaumont, AR (2006).
Shellfish Aquaculture in the Irish Sea - detection and prevention of diseases in Crassostrea gigas. Centre for Applied Marine Sciences. Report 2006-06. (id:1683)

Pierce, G., Valavanis, V., Pereira, J., Santurnun, M., Robin, J.P. and Malham, S. (2006)
Fishing for Cephalopods. ICES Newsletter, Issue 43, 13-15. (id:1573)

Cotter, E, Culloty, SC, O'Keeffe, S, Malham, S, Latchford, J, King, J, Beaumont, A (2005)
Mortality of Pacific oysters in the Irish Sea: Biotic and abiotic influences. Journal of Shellfish Research 24, 648 (id:1215)

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