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Review of the Current State of Development and the Potential for Environmental Impacts of Seabed Mining Operations

Allsopp, M., Miller, C., Atkins, R., Rocliffe, S., Tabor, I., Santillo, D. & Johnston, P. (2013)  A Review of the Current State of Development and the Potential for Environmental Impacts of Seabed Mining Operations.  Greenpeace Research Laboratories Technical Report (Review) 03-2013: 50pp.

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Sustainability in Aquaculture: Present Problems and Sustainable Solutions

Allsopp, M., Santillo, D. & Dorey, C. (2013)  Sustainability in Aquaculture: Present Problems and Sustainable Solutions.  In: A. Chircop, S. Coffen-Smout & A. McConnell (Eds), Ocean Yearbook 27, Sponsored by the International Oceans Institute and the Marine Environmental Law Institute of Dalhousie University, Publ. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden/Boston 2013, Koninklijke Brill NV, ISBN: 978 90 04 25045 1: 291-322

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Une mer de plastique: le Pacific Trash Vortex (A Sea of Plastic: The Pacific Trash Vortex).

Johnston, P., Santillo, D., Allsopp, M. & Page, R. (2011) Une mer de plastique: le Pacific Trash Vortex (A Sea of Plastic: The Pacific Trash Vortex). In Regards sur la Terre 2011, Oceans: la nouvelle frontier, L’annuel du dévelopment durable (Pierre Jacquet, Rajendra K. Pachauri, Laurence Tubiana [dir.], Isabelle Biagiotti, Raphael Jozan, Julien Rochette, Sanjiv Sundar ([coord. sci.]). Publ. Armand Colin, Paris. ISBN: 978-2-200-27150-3: pp. 333-335 (in French)

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Perfluorinated chemicals and alkylphenols in fish from urbanised and industrialised regions of the Yangtze River, China

Brigden, K., Allsopp, M., Labunska, I., Santillo, D. & Johnston, P. (2011) Perfluorinated chemicals and alkylphenols in fish from urbanised and industrialised regions of the Yangtze River, China. Presented at 5th POPs Network Conference, University of Birmingham (UK), April 5-6, 2011

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