Climate Change Bibliography

Cannaby, H. and Hüsrevoglu, Y. S. (2009) Low frequency variability and long-term trends in Irish SST records. ICES Journal of Marine Science, In Press.

Cooper, J. A. G., & Pilkey, O. H. (2004). Sea-level rise and shoreline retreat: Time to abandon the Bruun Rule. Global and Planetary Change, 43(3-4), 157–171.

Culloty, S. C. and Mulcahy, M. F. (2007) ‘Bonamia ostreae in the native oyster Ostrea edulis: A Review’Marine Environment and Health Series, 29(1649), 1–40.

DELG (2001) Department of the Environment and Local Government ,Coastal Zone Management, Spatial Planning Unit, Dublin.

Devoy, R. (2003) ‘Coastal Erosion’ in Lawlor, B. The Encyclopedia of Ireland,  Gill and McMillan Ltd, Dublin. 215-216.

Devoy, R. J. N. (2008) ‘Coastal Vulnerability and the Implications of Sea-Level Rise for Ireland’, Journal of Coastal Research, 242(2), 325–341.

Drake, J.A. and Mooney, H.A. (1989) ‘Biological Invasions: a global perspective’ John Wiley & Sons. Chichester.

Feely, R. A., Doney, S. C. and Cooley, S. R. (2013) ‘Ocean acidification: UK Ocean Acidification Programme’, Oceanography, 22(4), 36–47.

Lynch, S., Abollo, E., Ramilo, A. and Vilalba, A. (2010) ‘Observations raise the question if the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, can act as either a carrier or a reservoir for Bonamia ostreae or Bonamia exitiosa Parasitology, 137(10), 1515-1526.

Mack, R. N., Simberloff, D., Lonsdale, W. M., Evans, H., Clout, M. and Bazzaz, F. A. (2005) ‘Biotic Invasions: causes, epidemiology, global consequences, and control’Ecological Applications, 86(4), 249–250.

McArdle, J. F., McKiernan, H. Foley, J. and Jones, D. H. (1991) ‘The current status of Bonamia disease in Ireland’, Aquaculture, 93, 273-278.

McNeil, B. I. and Matear, R. J. (2006) ‘Projected climate change impact on oceanic acidification’, Carbon Balance and Management, 1(1), 2.

NAOO (2016)  El Nino Prolongs Longest Global Coral Bleaching Event.

Nolan, G., Gillooly, M., & Whelan, K. (2010). Irish Ocean Climate and Ecosystem Status Report 2009. Ocean Science.

O’Flynn, C., Kelly, J. and Lysaght, L. (2014) ‘Ireland’s invasive and non-native species – trends in introductions’, National Biodiversity Data Centre Series, (2), Ireland.

Raven, J., Caldeira, K., Elderfield, H., Hoegh-Guldberg, O., Liss, P., Riebesell, U. and Watson, A. (2005) ‘Ocean acidification due to increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide’, Policy Document, 5(12), 60.

Ruiz, G. M., Carlton, J. T., Grosholz, E. D. and Hines, A. H. (1997) ‘Global Invasions of Marine and Estuarine Habitats by Non-Indigenous Species : Mechanisms, Extent, and Consequences’, Integrative and Comparative Biology, 37(6), 621–632.

Sabine, C. L., Feely, R. A., Gruber, N., Key, R. M., Lee, K., Bullister, J. L. and Rios, A. F. (2004) ‘The Oceanic Sink for Anthropogenic CO2’, Science, 305(5682), 367–371.

Stokes, K., O Neill, K. and Mcdonald, R. (2006). Invasive Species in Ireland. Report to Environment & Heritage Service and National Parks and Wildlife Service by Quercus, Queens University.

Summerfield, M.A. (1991) ‘Global Geomorphology‘, Longman, Singapore. 537 .

Sweeney, J., Brereton, T., Byrne, C., Charlton, R., Emblow, C., Fealy, R., Holden, N., Jones, M., Donnelly, A., Moore, S., Purser, P., Byrne, K., Farrell, E., Mayes, E., Minchin, D., Wilson, J. and Wilson, J. (2003) ‘Climate Change: Scenarios and Impacts for Ireland‘, Environmental Protection Agency, Johnstown Castle, Wexford, 229.

Thom, B.G. and Hall, W. (1991). ‘Behaviour of beach profiles during accretion and erosion dominated periods’, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 16(2), 113-127.

Thomas, D. N. (2002). Seaweeds. Natural History Museum of London, Life Series. Natural History Museum (London).

Thresher, R. E., & Kuris, A. M. (2004). Options for managing invasive marine species. Biological Invasions, 6(3), 295–300.

Wild, C., Hoegh-Guldberg, O., Naumann, M. S., Colombo-Pallotta, M. F., Ateweberhan, M., Fitt, W. K. and Van Woesik, R. (2011) ‘Climate change impedes reef ecosystem engineers.’Marine and Freshwater Research, 62, 205–215.

Woodworth, P. L., Gregory, J. M. and Nicholls, R. J. (2005). Long term sea level changes and their impacts. The global coastal ocean: multiscale interdisciplinary processes, Robinson A. R. and Brink K. H., (Eds.), Cambridge, Massachusetts, 715-753.

Woolf, D. K., Challenor, P. G. and Cotton, P. D. (2002). ‘Variability and predictability of the North Atlantic wave climate’Journal of Geophysical Research, 107(10), 3145.