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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Programme Manager
Institution
Marine Scotland Science, Marine Laboratory (
PO Box 101 375 Victoria Road Aberdeen AB11 9DB
Address
Marine Scotland Science, Marine Laboratory PO Box 101 375 Victoria Road
Aberdeen
Scotland
AB11 9DB
United Kingdom
Regions Sea of Azov
Nationality United Kingdom
Tel [44] (0) 1224 87 65 44
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Website http://scotland.gov.uk/About/Directorates/marinescotland
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree Doctoral (PhD, ScD)
Job type Natural Resource Management , Institutional Management , Decision Making & Policy
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Physical Oceanography , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Research Support Services , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Physical Oceanography , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Research Support Services
Research Activities

Marine fisheries; Ecosystem approach; Ecosystem indicators; Biodiversity; Climate Change; Impact of aquaculture; Fisheries oceanography; Fjord oceanography; Environmental Monitoring                                                       

Research Region 36, 14
Working languages English
Skills/Expertise Physical oceanography
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. William TURRELL)

Turrell, W. R. & Sherwin, T. J. A re-examination of the Wyville-Thomson Ridge overflow, and its relevance to fluxes west of Britain. ICES CM2003/T:08. 2003.
Turrell, W. R., Hansen, B., Hughes, S., & Østerhus, S. (2003). Hydrographic variability during the decade of the 1990s in the northeast Atlantic and southern Norwegian Sea. ICES Marine Science Symposia 219: 111-120.
Hansen, B., Turrell, W. R., & Østerhus, S. (2003). Indications and consequence of weakened Iceland-Scotland overflow. ICES Marine Science Symposia 219: 102-110.
Turrell, W. R. & Holliday, N. P. (2002). The ICES Annual Ocean Climate Status Summary: 2000/2001. ICES Journal of Marine Science 219: 309-310.
Heath, M. R., Edwards, A. C., Patsch, J., & Turrell, W. R. Modelling the behaviour of nutrients in the coastal waters of Scotland. Fisheries Research Services Report No 10/02. 2002.
Dickson, R. R., Yashayaev, I. M., Meincke, J., Turrell, W. R., Dye, S. R., & Holfort, J. (2002). Rapid freshening of the deep North Atlantic Ocean over the past four decades. Nature 416: 832-837.
Turrell, W. R. & Holliday, N. P. The Annual ICES Ocean Climate Status Summary 2001/2002. ICES Cooperative Research Report, No. 251. 2002. Copenhagen, Denmark, International Council for the Exploration of the Sea.
Turrell, W. R. & Dahlin, H. ICES and the Joint WMO/IOC Technical Commission for Oceanography and Marine Meteorology (JCOMM); Potential areas of overlap and collaboration. Submission to ICES and IOC Secretariat. 2001.
Hansen, B., Turrell, W. R., & Østerhus, S. (2001). Decreasing overflow from the Nordic seas into the Atlantic Ocean through the Faroe Bank Channel since 1950. Nature 411: 927-930.
Turrell, W. R. North Sea nutrient loadings; Scotland's contribution. FRS Marine Laboratory Report, No. 15/00. 2000.
Turrell, W. R. Scottish Annual Ocean Climate Status Report 1999. Fisheries Research Services Report No 06/00. 2000.
Dickson, R. R. & Turrell, W. R. (1999). The NAO: The dominant atmospheric process affecting variability in home, middle and distant waters of European Atlantic salmon. In The Ocean Life of Atlantic Salmon: 92-115. Mills, D. K. (Ed.). Oxford: Fishing News Books, Blackwell Science.
Hansen, B., Larsen, K. M. H., Østerhus, S., Turrell, W. R., & Jonsson, S. (1999). The Atlantic Water inflow to the Nordic Seas. International WOCE Newsletter 35: 33-35.
Sherwin, T. J., Turrell, W. R., Jeans, D. R. G., & Dye, S. R. (1999). Eddies and mesoscale deflection of the slope current in the Faroe-Shetland Channel. Deep-Sea Research I 46: 415-438.
Turrell, W. R., Slesser, G., Adams, R. D., Payne, R., & Gillibrand, P. A. (1999). Decadal variability in the composition of Faroe Shetland Channel Bottom Water. Deep-Sea Research 46: 1-25.
Proctor, R. & Turrell, W. R. (1997). Modelling the fate of the Braer oil - the validity of forecasts. In The Impact of An Oil Spill in Turbulent Waters: The Braer: 42-51. Davies, J. M. & Topping, G. (Ed.). Edinburgh: The Stationary Office.
Turrell, W. R., Slesser, G., Payne, R., Adams, R. D., & Gillibrand, P. A. (1996). The hydrography of the East Shetland Basin in Relation to decadal North Sea variability. ICES Journal of Marine Science 53: 899-916.
Turrell, W. R., Hansen, B., Østerhus, S., Hughes, S. L., Ewart, K., & Hamilton, J. Direct observatons of inflow to the Nordic Seas through the Faroe Shetland Channel 1994-1998. ICES CM1999/L:01. 1999.
Turrell, W. R. (1992). The East Shetland Atlantic Inflow. ICES Marine Science Symposia 195: 127-143.
Turrell, W. R., Henderson, E. W., Slesser, G., Payne, R., & Adams, R. D. (1992). Seasonal changes in the circulation of the northern North Sea. Continental Shelf Research 12: 257-286.
Turrell, W. R. (1992). The East Shetland Atlantic Inflow. ICES Marine Science Symposia 195: 127-143.
Turrell, W. R. (1992). New hypotheses concerning the circulation of the northern North sea and its relation to North sea fish stock recruitment. ICES Journal of Marine Science 49: 107-123.
Turrell, W. R., Henderson, E. W., & Slesser, G. (1990). Residual transport within the Fair Isle Current during the Autumn Ciculation experiment (ACE). Continental Shelf Research 10: 521-543.
Turrell, W. R., Henderson, E. W., & Slesser, G. (1990). Residual transport within the Fair Isle Current during the Autumn Ciculation experiment (ACE). Continental Shelf Research 10: 521-543.
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Created: 1998-09-21 Last Updated: 2016-06-16