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2017

AMT4SentinelFRM (2017) News from the AMT cruise. 6th January 2017. http://amt4sentinelfrm.org/News/News_from_the_AMT_cruise

2016

ESA (2016) ESA Activities supporting sustainable development: Catalogue 2016. European Space Agency. http://esamultimedia.esa.int/docs/spaceforearth/SD_Catalogue_COMPLETE_161128.pdf

Schultz, D. (2016) Mesoscale Precipitation Bands within Cyclones. EUMeTrain Satellite Image Interpretation Training Course: Synoptic and Mesoscale Analysis of Satellite Images,

Spengler, T. (2016) Let’s talk about the Weather. Forskerforbundet (Norwegian Association of Researchers) PechaKucha Evening, 31 October 2016, Bergen, Norway

Tilstone, G. (2016) Atlantic Ocean Deserts. In Rider, H. (Ed.) ESA Campaign Earth. European Space Agency. http://blogs.esa.int/campaignearth/2016/10/28/atlantic-ocean-deserts/

Tilstone, G. (2016) Oceans of Change. In Rider, H. (Ed.) ESA Campaign Earth. European Space Agency. http://blogs.esa.int/campaignearth/2016/10/19/oceans-of-change/

Turley, C. (2016) An African perspective: changing oceans, the impact on society and the need for solutions, planning and implementation. United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change: Conference of the Parties 22, 6-18 November 2016, Marrakech, Morocco

Turley, C. (2016) Hot, Sour and Breathless. United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change: Conference of the Parties 22, 6-18 November 2016, Marrakech, Morocco

2013

Jerico (2013) Richness of Mid-Atlantic ridge. http://www.jerico-fp7.eu/jerico-public/international-general/193-atlantic-ridge.

NERC (2013) Climate tipping points, basking sharks, primates. Planet Earth podcast. http://planetearth.nerc.ac.uk/multimedia/story.aspx?id=1336

University of Bremen, (2013) Introduction to coccolithophores. http://www.geo.uni-bremen.de/cocco/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=31&Itemid=47&lang=en.

2012

Ashby, D. (2012) Environment not frozen in time. The Herald. Plymouth, UK.

Esposito, M. (2012) EuroBASIN cruise blog: A blooming ocean. Blog, accessed 17th May 2012

Rigaut-Jalabert, F. (2012) La vie marine. Quels océans pour demain? Biodiversité microscopique, essentielle et fragile. International Maritime Festival, The Thunders of Brest 2012.

2011

Boot, K. (2011) Algae bloom early - but not harmful. 2025: The newsletter of Oceans 2025. p. 1. Newsletter

Jones, T.S. & Miller, P.I. (2011) Stonehenge, microscopic plants and baboons. The Planet Earth Podcast. Natural Environment Research Council. Article

Malone, D. & Thompson, A. (2011) The Secret Life of Waves. UK, BBC, 60 minutes. Programme information

National Centre for Earth Observation (2011) Research Highlights 2011. Natural Environment Research Council, p. 48. Online report

Scoones, T. (2011) Episode 6., Autumnwatch, Live 2011. UK, BBC, p. 59 minutes. Programme information

Shutler, J.(2011) Towards understanding the carbon sink created by blooms of coccolithophores in the north Atlantic. Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science: 2010 Annual Report, 18.

Thomson, G. (2011) Will it Snow? , UK, BBC, 60 minutes. Programme information

Unknown (2011) In pictures: Scotland battered by winter storm. BBC. Online article

Unknown (2011) Massive swathe of algal bloom appears off south Westcountry coast. The Herald. Plymouth, 21 Mar. 2011. Online article

Unknown (2011) The deep green sea: Algae that's FIFTY MILES long is lurking in the English Channel. Mail Online. Article

2010

Glass, K. (2010) Spectrum. The Sunday Times Magazine. 26 Dec. 2010, pp. 14-15.

Kirby, R. (2010) Audio slideshow: Sea drifters. BBC News Online. 5 Feb. 2010. BBC News Article

Pioneer Productions (2010) The Volcano that Stopped Britain. UK, Channel 4, 65 minutes. First broadcast 2nd May 2010.

Plitt, L. (2010) El Océano Atlántico, ese viejo desconocido. BBC Mundo. 11 Nov. 2010. Online article

Schroder, T. (2010) Die Kleinodien der Ozeane. Mare. pp. 56-63.

Unknown (2010) Sharks feel the heat to make trips around our shores: interview with Peter Miller. Western Morning News. Plymouth. 18 Jun., p. 7. Online article

2009

Freeston, H. (2009) Sunshine at the Surface. Wildlife Extra.

Gaffney, O. (2009) Back to the 80s as basking shark sheds light on ocean fronts: interview with Peter Miller. 23 Mar., PlanetEarth Online.

Lieberknecht, L. (2009) Regional profile for marine protected areas: persistent sea-surface temperature fronts. Finding Sanctuary.

PML (2009) Marine Science: Serving societal needs. Plymouth Marine Laboratory Annual Review 2008. Plymouth Marine Laboratory

Purvis, G. (2009) Scottish sharks, software, robotic fish, pollution and nuclear need. Compute Scotland.

Unknown (2009) Toxic algae warnings. Western Morning News. Plymouth.

Zimmer, C. (2009) Oceans of Viruses. University of Nebraska.

2008

Colourfield (2008) Documentary on viruses (used Landsat Ehux image). German TV.

Gaffney, O. (2008) Huge plankton bloom detected from space: interview with Peter Miller. 08 Oct., PlanetEarth Online.

Green, R. (2008) Late autumn phytoplankton bloom: interview with Peter Miller. BBC Radio Devon: Afternoon. 07 Oct.

Morelle, R. (2008) The race to chase Sahara's sand (Eric Achterberg on SOLAS cruise using NEODAAS satellite data to follow dust storms). BBC News Online. 6 Feb.
BBC News Article

Rutherford, J. (2008) Late autumn phytoplankton bloom: interview with Peter Miller. BBC Southwest Spotlight News. Plymouth, 07 Oct.

Tyrrell, T. (2008) Ask the experts: Bloom time (Scilly coccolithophore bloom, June 2008). Yachting Monthly, 1226(Oct.), 62.

Unknown (2008) Vast plankton bloom can be seen from space. The Times. p. 18, 07 Oct.

Unknown (2008) Scientists monitor potentially toxic bloom of plankton: interview with Peter Miller. Western Morning News. Plymouth, p. 4, 07 Oct.

Whip, C. (2008) Late autumn phytoplankton bloom: interview with Peter Miller. BBC Radio Wales: Lunchtime, 07 Oct.

2007

Campbell, A., Climate change impacts on SST and algal blooms: interview with Peter Miller, in BBC Southwest Spotlight News, Plymouth,  5 Jan.,  2007.

Gyves, M. (2007) Oceans (used SST movies of Gulf Stream and UK). Earth: The Power of the Planet. BBC.

Harrison, M., and P. Oxley, Britain Under Threat, presented by David Attenborough (used coccolithophore images), in BBC Climate Change,  2007.

Jones, C., Basking sharks (used SST movie), in Nick Baker's Weird Creatures, Channel Five, 16 Feb.,  2007.

PML (2007) Real-time EO data used to protect UK coast and fisheries from harmful algae. Plymouth Marine Laboratory Annual Review. p. 20.

2006

British Phycological Society, Publicity brochure, (Landsat image), 6 pp., The British Phycological Society,  2006.
Brochure

Mitchelson-Jacob, E.G., INTERREG IIIA: Methods of Assessing Trophic Status in the Irish Sea (MATSIS), University of Wales, Bangor,  2005.
Project website

Naudin, J.-J., Suivre les eaux du Rhône en Méditerranée occidentale (To follow water of the Rhone to the Western Mediterranean), Institut National des Sciences de l'Univers (INSU),  2006.
BiopRhofi cruise article

NERC, Out of the Blue: Opportunities and benefits from marine microbes, (DVD film, includes Landsat imagery) Natural Environment Research Council,  2006.

Oliver, N., Dover to Isle of Wight (used coccolithophore images), in BBC Coast,  2006.

PML, Data Integration System for Marine Pollution and Water Quality (DISMAR), in Plymouth Marine Laboratory Annual Review, p. 17,  2006.

PML, Inherent optical property modelling, in Plymouth Marine Laboratory Annual Review, p. 13,  2006.

PML, Mesoscale processes may explain fisheries fluctuations, in Plymouth Marine Laboratory Annual Review, p. 16,  2006.

Smyth, T., Video exhibit on satellite remote sensing, National Marine Aquarium, Plymouth,  2006.

2005

Allott, K., Ocean acidification, in The Ends Report, March,  2005.

BioApproaches, Success in South West Biotech, pp. 10 (Figure p6), BioApproaches South West, South West of England Regional Development Agency,  2005.

Hall, S., Coccolithophore bloom cruise: interview with Peter Miller, in BBC Southwest Spotlight News, Plymouth, 12 August,  2005.

Harrabin, R., CO2 emissions put corals at risk: report including interview with Carol Turley, in BBC Newsnight, 1 February,  2005.

Mann, N., Viruses - the unseen players, in Out of the Blue: Marine and Freshwater Microbial Biodiversity, Programme summary folder, edited by P. Williamson, NERC, Swindon, 2005.

Pictures of the current Karenia mikimotoi bloom affecting the Irish west & northwest coasts, Aquaculture Advisory Service website, Marine Institute, Ireland,  2005.
Aquaculture website

Wilson, W., Giant virus genome published in Science, MBA News, 34, 7, 2005.

2004

Ancient map is eerily right about eddies, Upfront, in New Scientist, p. 6, 8 May,  2004.

Farrar, S., Old sea chart is so current: interview with Peter Miller, in The Times Higher Education Supplement, p. 5, London, 30 April,  2004.

Highfield, R., Medieval sea chart was in line with current thinking: interview with Peter Miller, in The Daily Telegraph, p. 9, London, 4 May,  2004.
Carta Marina publicity

Holden, C., Here thar be whorls, Random Samples, in Science, p. 820, vol. 304 (7 May),  2004.

Kettlewell, J., Ancient map captures ocean front, in BBC News Online, 5 May,  2004.

Map of swirls and sea monsters is spot on, News, in Nature, p. 9, vol. 429 (6987 - 6 May),  2004.

Satellite tracks spread of algae, in BBC Devon News Online, 21 September,  2004.

Simpson, A., Long lost secrets of ancient map unlocked: interview with Peter Miller, in Western Morning News, p. 7, Plymouth, 5 May,  2004.

Stott, C., Blooms in the Barents Sea: interview with Tim Smyth, in Planet Earth, p. 3 (Autumn),  2004.

2003

Harmful algal blooms: interview with Steve Groom, in BBC Radio 4 Material World,  2003.

Taylor, J., Aquarium has to create its own sea water, in Western Morning News, Plymouth, 29 April,  2003.

2002

Hall, S., Coccolithophore and Gyrodinium blooms: interview with Peter Miller, in BBC Southwest Spotlight News, Plymouth, 14 August,  2002.

Marsden, S., Algae blooms create red tide off the coast: interview with Peter Miller, in Westcountry News, p. 9, Plymouth, 19 August,  2002.

Palmer, T., In deep space: high hopes as city marine lab uses satellite to study the oceans, in Evening Herald, p. 3, Plymouth, 22 February,  2002.

Sutton, T., Cornwall's worst red tide for many years confirms increasing incidence of killer-algae phenomenon: interview with Steve Groom and Peter Miller, in BBC Wildlife, November,  2002.

Teeman, T., Hot weather brings country to life: interview with Peter Miller, in The Times, p. 6, 17 August,  2002.

2001

Allen, P., Coccolithophore bloom: interview with Peter Miller, in BBC Radio 5 Live, Drive Programme, 1 August,  2001.
Coccolithophore bloom publicity

Balentine, A., Etna from space: interview with Kate Evans-Jones, in Pirate FM Radio, Plymouth, 30 July,  2001.
Etna volcano publicity

Cameron, F., Research into early-warning system for algal bloom: interview with Steve Groom, in IntraFish.com, 28 August,  2001.

Chapman, J., Seen from space, the Milky Way of the sea, in Daily Mail, p. 9, 1 August,  2001.

Etna from space, in BBC News Online, 27 July,  2001.

Etna from space: interview with Kate Evans-Jones, in Plymouth Sound Radio, 30 July,  2001.

Freeman, J., Shetland harmful algae bloom, in Herald, Glasgow, 1 September,  2001.

Garnett, J., Team helps in volcano battle, in Evening Herald, Plymouth, 28 July,  2001.

Martin, A., Investigation into side effects of fish farming, in BBC TV Watchdog, October,  2001.

Overton, B., Coccolithophore bloom: interview with Peter Miller, in BBC Radio London Live, Drivetime Programme, 1 August,  2001.

Ross, J., Jellyfish adds to fish farm woes as algal bloom spreads south: interview with Peter Miller, in The Scotsman, 4 September,  2001.

Schofield, G., Lab team monitors Etna's volcano, in Western Morning News, Plymouth, 28 July,  2001.

Schofield, G., Our white hot sea, in Western Morning News, pp. 1&5, Plymouth, 28 July,  2001.

Shetland fish devastated by algae: interview with Ron Stagg, Marine Lab Aberdeen, in Grampian TV North Tonight, 22 August,  2001.

SOIREE satellite data: interview with Peter Miller, in Sky News Technofile, February,  2001.

SOIREE satellite data, in Sky Einstein TV Science Report, December,  2001.

Stott, C., Pictures solve mystery of disaster bodies, in NERC News, p. 36 (Summer),  2001.

Urguhart, G., Shetland farmers call for cash aid, in Fish Farming Today, p. 2,  2001.

2000

Microscopic sea life is in full bloom, in Evening Herald, p. 17, Plymouth, 9 August,  2000.
Gyrodinium bloom publicity

Gregory, C., Red bloom that glows in the dark, in Western Morning News, Plymouth, 29 July,  2000.

Kendall, P., Why Cornwall has found itself beside the Red Sea, in Dail Mail, p. 40, 5 August,  2000.

MacGregor, S., Phytoplankton bloom: interview with Steve Groom, in BBC Radio 4 Today Programme, 5 August,  2000.

Proctor, R., Science support for Olympic sailors, in NERC News, p. 33 (Winter),  2000.

Tudor, A., Sea turns red as plankton blooms, in Herald Express, p. 34, Torquay, 2 August,  2000.

Watson-Smyth, K., Red algae bloom the size of Derbyshire blows in, in The Independent, p. 9, 4 August,  2000.

1999

Coccolithophore bloom: interview with Steve Groom, in BBC Southwest Spotlight News, Plymouth, 28 July,  1999.

Coccolithophore bloom: interview with Tim Smyth, in BBC News at Six O'clock, 30 July,  1999.
Coccolithophore bloom publicity

Coccolithophore bloom: interview with Tim Smyth, in BBC Southwest Spotlight News, Plymouth, 30 July,  1999.

Tiny plant cell makes a milky way, in Western Morning News, Plymouth, 28 July,  1999.

Vegetable soup that's the size of Cornwall, in Daily Mail, p. 22, 30 July,  1999.

Gilmore, M., Algae blooms visible from space, in BBC News Online, 30 July,  1999.

1995-8

 

Groom S, Miller P, et al. (1997) The Remote Sensing Data Analysis Service. Brochure, January 1997. Brochure (575 K)

Hughes M. (1997) Remote sensing. Exhibit for Science, Engineering and Technology Week, March 1997.  Exhibit

Lavender S. (1998) Remote sensing. Exhibit for Science, Engineering and Technology Week, March 1998.  Exhibit

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Acknowledgement

If you have used NEODAAS services and/or data towards any publication, please acknowledge this with the following text:
`The authors thank the NERC Earth Observation Data Acquisition and Analysis Service (NEODAAS) for supplying data for this study' and then email NEODAAS (info-at-neodaas.ac.uk) with the details. The service relies on users' publications as one measure of success.


NEODAAS Citations graph
The number of citations to all NEODAAS supported papers (and predecessor services, RSDAS and DSRS) is shown in the figure above with a total of 2217 citations in 2014.

In 2014, NEODAAS contributed to 71 peer-reviewed ISI papers (equal highest NEODAAS annual figure) two PhD theses and 38 non-peer reviewed ie a total of 111 publication