Callum Whyte
Callum Whyte
Deputy manager toxic phytoplankton monitoring programme
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Changing wind patterns linked to unusually high Dinophysis blooms around the Shetland Islands, Scotland
C Whyte, S Swan, K Davidson
Harmful Algae 39, 365-373, 2014
352014
Plankton community respiration and bacterial metabolism in a North Atlantic Shelf Sea during spring bloom development (April 2015)
EE García-Martín, CJ Daniels, K Davidson, J Lozano, KMJ Mayers, ...
Progress in Oceanography 177, 101873, 2019
132019
Tracking changes to a microplankton community in a North Atlantic sea loch using the microplankton index PI (mp)
C Whyte, K Davidson, L Gilpin, E Mitchell, G Moschonas, S McNeill, P Tett
ICES Journal of Marine Science 74 (1), 311-325, 2017
122017
Harmful algal blooms in the Eastern North Atlantic ocean
P Dees, E Bresnan, AC Dale, M Edwards, D Johns, B Mouat, C Whyte, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (46), E9763-E9764, 2017
112017
Dinophysis acuta in Scottish coastal waters and its influence on Diarrhetic Shellfish Toxin profiles
SC Swan, AD Turner, E Bresnan, C Whyte, RF Paterson, S McNeill, ...
Toxins 10 (10), 399, 2018
92018
Mussels and yachts in Loch Fyne, Scotland: a case study of the science-policy interface
P Tett, B Valcic, T Potts, C Whyte, F Culhane, T Fernandes
Ecology and Society 17 (3), 2012
92012
A change in phytoplankton community index with water quality improvement in Tolo Harbour, Hong Kong
Y Lei, C Whyte, K Davidson, P Tett, K Yin
Marine pollution bulletin 127, 823-830, 2018
42018
An investigation into changes in the phytoplankton community in Loch Creran, a Scottish sea loch
CT Whyte
Edinburgh Napier University, 2012
22012
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Applied Ocean Research 47, 329-343, 2014
2014
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