11 October 2017
Yann Ronald PETITJEAN
Born: 25 April 1948 at Colwyn Bay, Wales, UK
Chinese Academy of Sciences,
Agency for Consultation and Research in
Hydrosphere Biorheology Laboratory
Photo: Tomoyuki Shikata
QUALIFICATIONS (date awarded) ^
Ph.D. in Marine Biology
The Queen's University of Belfast
M.Sc. in Oceanography
University of Southampton
B.Sc. in Zoology and Marine Biology
University of Wales, Bangor
THREE COURSES ^
1987 Modelling and Management of Marine Systems. Two weeks. Copenhagen: Royal Danish Pharmaceutical High School and Council of Europe. Led by Dr S.E. Jørgensen
1980 Rheology of Fluids: Two weeks, University College of Wales Aberystwyth. Led by Professor Ken Walters.
1976 Identification of Phytoplankton for Advanced Participants. Three weeks, University of Oslo. Led by Dr G. Hasle.
Board of the 15th International Conference on Harmful Algae,
Wellington, New Zealand, 2014.
2012- Evaluation Panel of Katerva Awards for sustainability.
2007- Editorial Board of Journal of Oceanographic Research and Data
2006/7 Scientific Committee of the 4th International Plankton Symposium (PSIV), João Pessoa, Brazil, 1-5 April, 2007
2005 Chairman of Session on Copepods in Estuaries and the case of Eurytemora affinis, 9th International Conference on Copepoda, Hammamet, Tunisia, July 11-15, 2005
2005 Scientific Council - Plankton Symposium III, Figuera da Foz, Portugal, March 17-20
2004 Editorial Board of BDUA - Journal of Biology
2004-6 Strategic Editor of the Journal of Plankton Research of Oxford University Press
1997 Participated in decisions of the International Panel on Harmful Algal Blooms (IOC of Unesco)
1997 Local organizer of the Annual Meeting of the ICES/IOC Working Group on Harmful Algal Bloom Dynamics, 22-26 April, at Saint Pardoux La Croisille, Corrèze, France.
1995- Appointed to editorial board of the Journal of Plankton Research.
1995 Elected president of the Association Canillacoise pour la Promotion de La Recherche Océanographique (ACRO - La Roche Canillac)
1993- External assessor (member of jury) for Ph.D. Theses (National University of Ireland, Université de Paris VI, Université de Bordeaux I, University of Tasmania)
1986 Invited by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, as scientific expert and sole delegate for France, to a Workshop on International Collaboration on Red Tide Research, at Takamatsu, Japan; also subsequently invited to participate in a number of their meetings.
Review of manuscripts for the
Scientific (and other) ship
1966 - In student vacation, went
for 23 days on one of the last British steam trawlers from
Grimsby, fishing mostly for cod off Iceland. I studied the gut
contents of cod, and presented a student report to my university.
1975-1983 - First as part of my postdoctoral fellowship, then as independent consultant, took part in very numerous scientific cruises (mostly 1 or 2 weeks) off the west and south coasts of Ireland, mainly with the Department of Oceanography, frequently as cruise leader (Senior Scientist). Research vessels included the Queen of Aran, the Corunna, and the Irish national Research Vessel, Lough Beltra.
1983 participated in a cruise with the British National Institute of Oceanography to the Porcupine Sea Bight (Irish Economic Zone) aboard the British Royal Research Ship Challenger as observer for the Irish Government and invited researcher, 2 weeks.
1988 - Cruise in North Sea as Senior Scientist aboard Research Ship Victor Hensen (Alfred-Wegener-Institut, Bremerhaven, Germany), 3 days.
1996 - Cruise in North Sea aboard Danish Research Ship Dana (Danish Institute for Fisheries Research, Hirtshals), 2.5 weeks.
More boat time, see Pastimes
English: Mother tongue, medium of nearly all my education.
French: Second language, learnt at school (Jersey) from 6 years old: Proficiency almost that of English.
Danish: Basic communication (reading, writing, speaking, understanding)
Italian: Basic communication (reading, writing, speaking, understanding)
German: Basic communication with more difficulty (reading, speaking, understanding)
communication (speaking, reading, understanding, typing).
Fortran: Good at coding input, output, number crunching (since 1973, and still using it)
Basic: Same as Fortran (since 1984)
Linux: Principal operating system.
Windows 7 and XP: Second operating system
Html and web-page development software: Good competence in Mozilla-like composers; ftp tools.
Imaging software: Image Tools, PaintShop Pro, The Gimp: Reasonable competence
Technical evaluation of software for turbulence imaging, data acquisition, processing and presentation, using data bases and access by internet (1998-2001 - European Commission ALICE project - see below)
CAREER PROFILE ^
2012 - present. Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Oceanology, Qingdao,
People's Republic of China
- Foreign Expert to the People's Republic of China;
- Chinese Society for Oceanology and Limnology, Chinese Journal for Oceanology and Limnology (CJOL)
- Executive Editor-in-Chief of CJOL (English-Language section)
- Continuing simultaneous research activities, both in China and at the ACRO laboratory, France.
- Publications 61-64, 66-72
2010 - 2011 Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Oceanology, Qingdao,
People's Republic of China
- Foreign Expert to the People's Republic of China;
- Senior Invited Research Professor with the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
- Collaborative project on biopolymer modification of physical oceanographic processes.
- Publications 57-60
2006-2008 Collaboration with the
University of Kyushu, "Kyudai", Fukuoka, Japan.
Roles, both in Japan and at the ACRO laboratory, France:
- co-mentoring doctoral students and post-docs associated with the Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science;
- lecturing to graduate students within the Graduate School of Bioresource and Bioenvironmental Sciences;
- collaborative research on biorheology in relation to polymers secreted by harmful algae;
- collaborative research on conditions for germination, growth, allelopathy and interspecies competition, especially in harmful algae
- Publications 49, 50, 52, 55, 56, 65
2003-2004 Collaboration with the Université de Lille, Station Marine, Wimereux, in the French programme, PNEC (National research Programme on the Coastal Environment), working on rheological properties in blooms of the harmful alga, Phaeocystis.
2001 - 2003 Co-editor, then Editor in Chief, of the Journal of Plankton Research
2002-2005 Within a European Project, collaborating with the Centre de Recherche sur l'Environnement et l'Aquaculture (CREMA - L'HOUMEAU - CNRS/IFREMER).
My role : Characterising the rheological properties of marine intertidal and benthic fluff (crème de vase) using an ichthyoviscometer, measuring its flow through the gills of juvenile sole, and modelling its effect on ventilation and respiration.
1998 - 2001Within the Agency ACRO, I collaborated with 8 other groups in a European ESPRIT 4 Project ALICE (Quantitative Flow Field Visualisation). The object has been to develop a software package use High Performance Computing & Networking to parametrise turbulence in a sophisticated and user-friendly way.
I co-ordinated the input of four Groups supplying data and algorithms from observational and computational experiments:-
Danish Institute for Fisheries and Marine Research, Department of Coastal Science and Aquaculture (Prof. Thomas Kiørboe)
Stazione Zoologica 'Anton Dohrn' di Napoli, Italy (Prof. Maurizio Ribera d'Alcalà)
Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli, Aversa, Italy (Dept of Civil Engineering) (Prof. Michele Di Natale)
Conseil et de Recherche Océanographiques, La Roche Canillac,
July 1995 -
July 1996 Danish Institute for Fisheries and Marine
Research, Charlottenlund Castle, DK-2920 Charlottenlund,
Denmark (with Prof. Thomas Kiørboe)
Invited as visiting Senior Research Fellow to work on visualization of turbulence, feeding of zooplankton, adhesion and recognition in phytoplankton, and other, related topics.
and M.Sc. students at the University of Copenhagen.
I run the Agency for Consultation and Research in Oceanography
(ACRO), Lavergne, F-19320 La Roche Canillac, France. This
agency has two complementary aims:
work, Linguistic and scientific pre-refereeing service
mainly for clients in French Government research institutions and
universities, helping them to translate, and both linguistically
and culturally adapt their manuscripts for submission to
international scientific journals in the English language;
2) Fundamental research in oceanography. Public money for research is thereby trapped within the oceanographic discipline and so funds research more than once. Partly simultaneously, and partly interspersed with this activity I have been funded directly for research as follows (items back to 1987)
1994, May Took part in a Swedish expedition (leader Dr E. Granéli, University of Lund) to Fano on the Italian Adriatic. The aim has been to investigate algal succession in relation to the problem of mucus production (mare sporco) in the Adriatic. Financed by the Swedish Government as a parallel contribution to the European Commission's programme MAR.
1993-95 Financed by the French National Programme on Toxic Algal Blooms to investigate the rôle of mucus in mechanisms of toxic action by phytoplankton at fish gills.
1988 (6 months) - Invited research follow the Alfred-Wegener-Institut for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany (contact person: Professor V. Smetacek), working on the rheology (deformation and flow properties) of seawater in relation to the phytoplankton content, as well as on the rheology of marine organic aggregates in relation to their microbial succession.
Teaching (in English) to Masters students at the University of Bremen on manipulation of marine organic aggregates, and measurement of their physical properties, as well as more general instruction on the pelagic food web.
1987 (4 months) - On contract to the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) Mediterranean Blue Programme, through the Research Centre for Biology and Medical Oceanography (CERBOM), Nice, set up computer programmes to give quick presentation of fish landings by country and species (using FAO data), and also to model future pollution loadings in the Mediterranean, as functions of different envisaged scenarios.
1983 to 1985 - University of Nice, Laboratory for Marine Biology and Ecology (head Professor R. Vaissière (retired)
Temporary lecturer (Assistant associé)
Teaching of seminars and practical classes at levels of the B.Sc., Masters (Specialisation in Biology of Organisms and Populations) and Secondary-School Teaching Diploma (Licence, Maîtrise, CAPES et Agrégation).
Participation in the FRONTAL project (Professor P. Nival)
Personal research on the rheology of phytoplankton cultures and then on seawater at four times of year (Collaboration with Professor M. Rinaudo, CNRS Centre for Plant Macromolecules, Grenoble)
1981-1983 - With the help of the Department of Fisheries (Dublin), carried out a survey of eels in Ross Lake, County Galway, and then set up an eel fishery and export business.
1979-1983 - Worked as free-lance oceanographic consultant for various clients. Some of this work led to reports authored by myself (see last item). Also worked on red tides at Sherkin Island Marine Station, Co. Cork
1978-1981 - Regional Technical
College Galway (Dr. Barbara Wild)
Part-time teaching of Biology up to the level of B.Sc. in Aquaculture.
1975-1978 - National University of Ireland (University
College Galway), Department of Oceanography
Post doctoral fellowship: phytoplankton of waters west of Ireland (Professor B. McK. Bary)
1972 - 1975 - The Queen's University of Belfast (Marine Biology Station Portaferry)
Doctoral Fellowship (Tughan Trust) to study the plankton
and nutrients of Strangford Lough, a non-stratified fjord, in
relation to tidal and residual currents.
Demonstrating in Zoology at Belfast and various aspects of Marine Algal and Animal Ecology (both pelagic and littoral) during field courses at Portaferry.
1971-1972 - University of
Bordeaux I (Arcachon Marine Biology Station)
French Government Scholarship to investigate the epibionts on three species of oyster, live and dead shells, in three salinity regimes (Professors R. Weil, J.-P. Boisseau, Dr C. Cazaux)
1970-1971 - University of
Southampton (Department of Oceanography)
M.Sc in Oceanography by exam and dissertation.
In addition to the multidisciplinary parts of the course, I took
the following special options:
1969-1970 - Hinde House
Comprehensive School, Sheffield, England. Teaching Mathematics and
1968-969 - University of Liverpool (Department of Botany)
Research Assistant; investigation into the effects of copper and tin on the germination and growth of green and brown ship-fouling algae
Demonstrating in macroalgology
1965-1968 - University College of North Wales Bangor (now University of Wales, Bangor)
B.Sc (General Scheme) in Zoology and Marine Biology (Auxiliary subject: Biochemistry and Soil Science)
MEMBERSHIP OF SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES ^
Association Canillacoise pour la promotion de la Recherche Océanographique (President)
Association for the Sciences of Limnology
British Phycological Society
International Society for the Study of Harmful Algae
(Chair of Statutes Committee)
British Society for Rheology
Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
Groupe français de Rhéologie
Union des Océanographes de France
Sailing since I was 10 (including yacht delivery as professional skipper, around France, Spain, Italy, England, Ireland, Netherlands, Germany and Denmark - the last time in 2002); Skiing; Hill and country walking, recently in Corrèze, France and a lot in the Laoshan peaks of Shandong, China; Reading; Singing; A bit of gardening and DIY.
6-2005 Jenkinson, Ian R. and Ryan,
Tom. Copepods and other netplankton in the Shannon estuary,
Ireland, and two tributary estuaries: Composition and grazing
pressure. 9th International Conference on Copepoda, Hammamet,
Tunisia, July 11-15 2005. Abstract.
(17 MB) Bottom line is
that grazing pressure by the Euphausiid Mesopodopsis
slabberi is 2 orders of
magnitude more than that by the copepods.
5-2005 Jenkinson, I.R. Understanding the mechanisms and dynamics of whole seawater at metre to micrometre scales: Can we still make do with proxies? TOS-IOC International Ocean Research Conference, Unesco, Paris , June 6-10 2005. Poster [pdf]. (May not read correctly with Ghostview or kGhostview. Xpdf or Adobe Acroread seem to work.)
3-2004 Jenkinson, I.R., Blanc, N., Claireaux, G., Leguay, D. Deschamps, S., Guillou, G. and Gentien, P. Using a fish as a rheometer: fluid-mud flow over gills as a function of particulate organic matter concentration. Oral presentation, ASLO/TOS Ocean Research Conference, Feb. 15-20, Honolulu, Hawai'i, USA. Abstract
2-2004 Jenkinson, I.R. Effects of phytoplankton on turbulence from small to large Reynolds numbers: A model with fractally intermittent turbulent dissipation and fractally distributed excess shear-thinning viscosity in fractally aggregated phytoplankton exopolymer. Oral presentation, European Geosciences Union, 1st General Assembly, Nice, France 25-30 April 2004. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 6.
1-2004 Jenkinson, I.R. Effects of
phytoplankton on ocean turbulence: Observations using Particle
Tracking Velocimetry (PTV). Poster presentation, European
Geosciences Union, 1st General
Assembly, Nice, France 25-30 April 2004. Geophysical
Research Abstracts, Vol. 6 ; Poster [pdf]
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Edition of Collective work
Song, SUN Xiao-Xia & JENKINSON I.R. (Guest editors). Special
Issue on Giant Jellyfish Blooms and Climate Change. Hydrobiologia,
Vol. 754: 1-214.
McManus, M.A., Berdalet, E., Ryan, J. , Yamazaki, H., Jaffe,
J.S., Ross, O.N., Burchard, H., Jenkinson, I. &
Chavez, F.P. (eds), Global Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful
Algal Blooms, GEOHAB Core Research Project: Advances and
Challenges for Understanding Physical-Biological Interactions in
HABs in Stratified Environments. IOC and SCOR, Paris and Newark,
Delaware, USA, 62 p. [web
U.M., Jenkinson, I. & Pereira, M.J. (Guest editors).
Plankton Studies. Hydrobiologia,
1-1987 Dale, B., Baden, D.G.,
Bary, B.McK., Edler, L., Fraga, S., Jenkinson, I.R., Hallegraeff,
G.M., Okaichi, T., Tangen, K., Taylor, F.J.R., White, A.W.,
Yentsch, C.M. & Yentsch, C.S. The Problems of Toxic
Dinoflagellate Blooms in Aquaculture. Proceedings of a
Workshop and Conference, Sherkin Island, Ireland, 8-13 June 1987,
74-2017. Karn, Santosh Kr., Duan,
Jizhou, & Jenkinson, Ian R. Book review: Role of biofilms in
bioremediation. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 5:
73-2017. Karn, Santosh Kr., Pan, Xiangliang and Jenkinson, Ian R. Transformation and immobilization of Arsenic (As) in soil by combined using of arsenite oxidizing bacterium and FeCl3. 3 Biotech. 7: 50. doi.: 10.1007/s13205-017-068-1 .
72-2015. Jenkinson, I. R., Sun,
X. X. & Seuront, L. HORIZONS: Thalassorheology, organic
matter and plankton: towards a more viscous approach in plankton
ecology. Journal of Plankton Research, 37(6), 1100-1109
71-2015. Jenkinson, I. R.,
Berdalet, E., Chin, W.-C., Herminghaus, S., Leterme, S.,
Mitchell, J. G., Orchard, M., Qiu, R., Seuront, L., Wang, P.,
Wyatt, T. & LI, Z. Micro- and nano-fluidics
around HAB cells. In: MacKenzie, N. (ed.), Marine
and Fresh-Water Harmful Algae, Cawthron Institute, Nelson,
New Zealand & International Society for the Study of
Harmful Algae, Copenhagen, pp. 171-174.
Song, SUN Xiao-Xia & JENKINSON I.R. Preface: giant jellyfish
blooms in Chinese waters. Hydrobiologia,
754: 1-11. Doi: 10.1007/s10750-015-2309-y
69-2014. Jenkinson, I.R. Nano- and
Microfluidics, Rheology, Exopolymeric Substances and Fluid
Dynamics in Calanoid Copepods. In: Seuront, L. (ed.), Copepods:
Diversity, Habitat and Behavior, Nova Science
Publishers, Hauppauge, New York, USA, pp 181-214. [pdf]
68-2014. Rajkumar, M., Sun, J.,
Jenkinson, I.R. & Rahman, M.M. Seasonal variations in the
structure of copepod assemblages in tropical marine and
estuarine waters, Coleroon, south-east India. Journal of the
Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 91:
521-535. doi:10.1017/S0025315413001765 [pdf]
E., McManus, M.A., Ross, O.N., Burchard, H., Chavez, F., Jaffe,
J.S., Jenkinson, I., Kudela, R., Lips., I., Lucas, A., Rivas.
D., Ruiz de la Torre, M.C., Ryan, J., Sullivan, J. &
Yamazaki, H. Understanding harmful algae in stratified systems:
reviews of progress and identification of gaps in knowledge.
Deep-Sea Research II, 101: 4-20. [Published
Jenkinson, I.R. & Sun, J. Drag increase and drag reduction
found in phytoplankton and bacterial cultures in laminar flow:
Are cell surfaces and EPS producing rheological thickening and a
Lotus-leaf Effect? Deep-Sea
Research II, 101: 216-230. [Published
65-2013. Shikata, T., Matsunaga, S., Nishide, H., Higashi, S-i., Iseki, M., Yamaguchi, M., Kamei, Y., Jenkinson, I.R. & Watanabe, M. Blue light regulates the rhythm of diurnal vertical migration in a microflagellate. Journal of Plankton Research, 35: 542-552. doi:10.1093/plankt/fbt006 [pdf]
Sun, J. Thalassorheology, algal blooms and vertical carbon flux.
In: Kalliopi, P. &
Hallegraeff, G. (eds), Proceedings
14th International Conference on Harmful Algae. International
Society for the Study of Harmful Algae and Intergovernmental
Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO, pp. 155-153. [ISSHA
site - Online pdf]
Rajasekar, K., Sun, J., Jenkinson, I.R., Ashok Prabu, V. &
Perumal, P. Phytoplankton diversity in the Parangipettai coastal
waters, southeast coast of India. Journal of Environmental Biology, 33: 1115-1125.
62-2011. Yu, R[encheng]. & Jenkinson, I. Chinese involvement in international HAB studies. Harmful Algae News, , No. 43, 9. [Here]
Sun, J. A model of pycnocline thickness modified by the
rheological properties of phytoplankton exopolymeric substances.
Journal of Plankton Research,
33: 373-383. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/plankt/fbq099 [pdf]
Sun, J. Rheological properties of natural waters with regard to
plankton thin layers. A short review. Journal of Marine
Systems, 83: 287-297.
59-2010. Jenkinson, I.R.
Thickening in HABs and thin layers: The need to bring
rheological expertise into research teams. In: Ho, K.C., Zhou, M. and
Qi, Y. (eds), Harmful
Algae 2008: Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on
Harmful Algae. International
Society for the Study of Harmful Algae, Copenhagen and
Environmental Publishing House, Hong Kong, pp. 92-94 Preprint
58-2009. Yamasaki, Y., Shikata,
T., Nukata, A., Ichiki, S., Nagasoe, S., Matsubara, T.,
Shimasaki, Y., Nakao, M., Yamaguchi, K., Oshima, Y., Oda, T.,
Ito, M., Jenkinson, I.R., Asakawa, M. & Honjo, T.
Protein-polysaccharide complexes of a harmful alga mediate the
allelopathic control within the phytoplankton community. International
3: 808-817. [pdf]
[Mega-dalton protein-polysaccharide complexes produced by the
akashiwo, control community structure allelopathically,
through species-specific recognition and binding to other
phytoplankton at cell concentrations characteristic of natural,
dense blooms. This mechanism is reminiscent of those acting in
cell-specific recognition and binding associated with control of
development and apoptosis in both mammals and flowering plants.]
57-2008. Shikata, T.,
Yoshikawa, S., Matsubara, T., Tanoue, W., Yamasaki, Y.,
Shimasaki, Y., Matsuyama, Y., Oshima, Y., Jenkinson, I.R. &
Honjo, T. Growth dynamics of Heterosigma akashiwo (Raphidophyceae) in
Hakata Bay, Japan. European
Journal of Phycology, 43(4): 395-411. pdf
56-2008. Jenkinson, I.R. Towards measuring mucus events. Harmful Algae News, No. 36: 15. [Here]
Wyatt, T. Rheological properties of exopolymeric secretions in
HABs may be functions of length scale. In: Moestrup, Ø. et al. (eds) Proceedings of the 12th
International Conference on Harmful Algae. International Society
for the Study of Harmful Algae, Copenhagen and Intergovernmental
Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO, Paris, pp. 126-128. pdf
54-2008. Shikata, T., Nagasoe, S., Matsubara,T., Yoshikawa, S., Yamasaki, Y., Shimasaki, Y., Oshima, Y., Jenkinson, I.R. & Honjo, T. Factors influencing the initiation of blooms of the raphidophyte Heterosigma akashiwo and the diatom Skeletonema costatum in a port in Japan. Limnology and Oceanography, 53(6): 2503-2518 [free access pdf].
53-2008 Jenkinson, I.R. Ocean
Rheology and Plankton Biology. In:
Co, A., Leal, L. G., Colby, R. H. & Giacommin (eds), The XVth International Congress on
Rheology, American Institute of Physics, pp. 636-638. pdf
52-2008. Shikata, T., Nagasoe, S., Matsubara, T., Yamasaki, Y., Shimasaki, Y., Oshima, Y., Uchida, T., Jenkinson, I.R. & Honjo, T. Encystment and excystment of Gyrodinium instriatum Freudenthal et Lee. Journal of Oceanography, 64: 355-365 [pdf]
51-2007. Jenkinson, I.R., Shikata, T. & Honjo, T. Modified ichthyoviscometer shows high viscosity in Chattonella culture. Harmful Algae News, No. 35: pp 1, 3-5. [Here]
50-2007. Jenkinson, I.R.,
Claireaux, G. & Gentien, P. Biorheological properties
of intertidal organic fluff on mud flats: importance for gill
ventilation in buried sole Solea solea. Marine
Biology, 150: 471-485 http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00227-006-0340-2
(~600 ko) [Correction: The last term in Equation 1 should read "(ALR+ASR)"
instead of "(ALR-ASR)". Thanks to Jin Shao
Fei (graduate student at IOCAS, Qingdao, P.R. China) for pointing
this out. The error does not change any of the paper's
49-2006. Jenkinson, I.R. The Shannon Estuary. In: Dauvin, J.-C. (ed.), North-Atlantic Estuaries: Problems and Perspectives, Groupement d'Intérêt Scientifique Seine-Aval, Rouen, France, pp. 63-66. (French version here ).
48-2006 Jenkinson, I.R. Book
Review: Gorsky, G., Youngbluth, M.J. & Deibel D. (eds)
Response of Marine Ecosystems to Global Change: Ecological Impact
of Appendicularians. ISBN 2847030298 Editions Scientifiques,
Paris. Journal of Plankton Research, 28: 535-536. [full
47-2004 Jenkinson, I.R. Book Review: Seuront, L. & Strutton, P.G. (eds) Handbook of Scaling Methods in Aquatic Ecology: Measurement, Analysis, Simulation, CRC Press, 2003. Journal of Plankton Research, 26: 585-587 [Full text].
46-2004 Harris, R., Jenkinson, I. & Lehman, J. The first 25 years of Journal of Plankton Research: looking to the future Journal of Plankton Research, 26: 1-3 [Full Text]
45-2003. Jenkinson, I.R. Contribution 8. In: MEPS Discussion Forum 2, Peer-review system, Riisgård, H.U. (ed.). Marine Ecology Progress SeriesOnline Discussion Forum, (last consulted 12 Jan 2012).
44-2002. Jenkinson, I.R. Using management and mitigation to prevent kills of finfish reared in net-pens. In: Arzul, G. (coordinator), Aquaculture, Environment and Marine Phytoplankton, Editions Ifremer, Plouzané, France, pp. 211-216.
43-2002. Jenkinson, I.R. & Arzul, G. Mitigation by cysteine compounds of rheotoxicity, cytotoxicity and fish mortality caused by the dinoflagellates, Gymnodinium mikimotoi and G. cf. maguelonnense. In: Hallegraeff, G.M., Blackburn, S.I., Bolch, C.J. and Lewis, R.J. (eds), Harmful Algal Blooms 2000. IOC of UNESCO, Paris, pp. 461-464 [preprint pdf].
D., Favaro, J., Sünder, B., Jenkinson, I., Tanzini, G., Hazarika,
B.K., R[ibera] d'Alcalà, M., Vicinanza, D., Greco, R. &
Pasanisi, A. Fast and convenient access to fluid dynamics data via
the world wide web. European Congress on Computational Methods in
Applied Sciences and Engineering, ECCOMAS, Barcelona, 11-14 Sep.,
2000, 8 pp.
41-2000. Jenkinson, I.R. Mitigation in HAB research. Harmful Algae News, No. 21, 1-4. [Here]
40-1998. Wyatt, T., Jenkinson, I.R. & Malej, A. How viscoelastic properties of colloids, transparent exopolymeric particles and marine organic aggregates, modify turbulence and plankton biodynamics in the sea. In: Emri I. & Cvelbar, R. (eds), Proc. 5th eur. rheol. Conf., Portoroz, Slovenia, Sept. 6-11, 1998, Progress and Trends in Rheology 5: 65-66.
39-1998. Malej, A., Jenkinson, I.R. & Flander, V. Marine organic aggregates in the northern Adriatic Sea, their physical microstructure and biological origins. In: Emri I. & Cvelbar, R. (eds), Proc. 5th eur. rheol. Conf., Portoroz, Slovenia, Sept. 6-11, 1998, Progress and Trends in Rheology 5: 59-60.
38-1998. Jenkinson, I.R., Wyatt, T. & Malej, A. How viscoelastic effects of colloidal biopolymers modify rheological properties of seawater. In: Emri I. & Cvelbar, R. (eds), Proc. 5th eur. rheol. Conf., Portoroz, Slovenia, Sept. 6-11, 1998, Progress and Trends in Rheology 5: 57-58.
37-1998. Jenkinson, I.R. & Arzul, G. Effect of the flagellates, Gymnodinium mikimotoi, Heterosigma akashiwo and Pavlova lutheri, on flow through fish gills. In: Reguera, B., Blanco, J., Fernández, M.L. and Wyatt, T. (eds), Harmful Microalgae, Xunta de Galicia, Vigo, and IOC of Unesco, Paris, pp. 425-428. AbstractFull paper
36-1997. Jenkinson, I.R. [Review of the book] Patterns in the Ocean: Ocean Processes and Marine Population Dynamics by Andrew Bakun. Harmful Algae News, No. 16, 6-7 . [Here]
35-1997 Wyatt, T. & Jenkinson, I.R. Notes on Alexandrium population dynamics. Journal of Plankton Research, 19(5), 551-575 [pdf - 2.1 MB].
34-1996 Jenkinson, I.R. & Gentien, P. Bermuda discussion groups: Bulk-phase rheology and small-scale processes. Harmful Algae News, No. 15, 13-15. [Report of a discussion group at the NATO Advanced Study Institute on The Physiological Ecology of Harmful Algal Blooms (Bermuda, 27 May -6 June 1996).]
33-1996 Jenkinson, I.R. Using a fish as a rheometer: results using algal bloom organisms. In Report of the ICES/IOC Working Group on Harmful Algal Bloom Dynamics (WGHABD), Brest, France, 17-20 April 1996, ICES C.M. 1996/L:4, 6 (abstract)
Gentien, P., Wyatt, T., Jenkinson, I.R., & Granéli, E. Review
[of] present knowledge of the abilities of certain harmful algae
to adapt to and modify the microscale physical environment by
means [of] vertical migration, mucilage secretion, colony
formation, etc. Report of the ICES/IOC Working Group on Harmful
Algal Bloom Dynamics (WGHABD), Helsinki, Finland, 17-19 May 1995,
C.M. 1995/L:4, 7- 11.
31-1995 Jenkinson, I.R. & Biddanda, B.A. Bulk-phase viscoelastic properties of seawater: relationship with plankton components. Journal of Plankton Research, 17(12), 2251-2274 [pdf - 2.1 MB].
30-1995 Jenkinson, I.R. A review of two recent predation-rate models: The dome-shaped relationship between feeding rate and shear rate appears universal. International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, Journal of Marine Science, 52, 605-610. [Points out that dome-shaped relation modelled by Jenkinson & Wyatt (1992) for the laminar regime, and similar relation modelled in the turbulent regime by MacKenzie et al. (Limnology & Oceanography, 1994), implies that this relationship is in principle universal across all regimes of water movement.] [pdf]
29-1995 Jenkinson, I.R. & Wyatt, T. Does bloom phytoplankton manage the physical oceanographic environment? In: Lassus, P., Arzul, G., Erard-Le Denn, E., Gentien, P. & Marcaillou-Le Baut, C. (eds), Harmful Marine Algal Blooms, Lavoisier, Paris, 603-608. [pdf]
28-1995 Figueiras, F.G., Wyatt, T., Alvarez-Salgado, X.A. & Jenkinson, I.R. Advection, diffusion and patch development in the rias Baixas. In: Lassus, P., Arzul, G., Erard-Le Denn, E., Gentien, P. & Marcaillou-Le Baut, C. (eds), Harmful Marine Algal Blooms, Lavoisier, Paris, 579-584
27-1994 Epstein, P.R. & Jenkinson, I.R. Highlights of the Sixth International Conference on Toxic Marine Phytoplankton, Nantes, France, 18-22 October 1993. Harmful Algae News, IOC-Unesco, Paris, N 7, pp. 1, 3. [Here]
26-1993 Epstein, P.R. & Jenkinson, I.R. Harmful algal blooms. The Lancet, 342, 1108. [Report on 6th International Conference on Toxic Phytoplankton, held in Nantes, 18-22 Oct., 1993.]
25-1993 Wyatt, T. & Jenkinson, I.R. The North Atlantic turbine: views of production processes from a mainly North Atlantic perspective. Fisheries Oceanography (Festschrift for David Cushing), 2(3/4), 231-243. pdf
24-1993 Jenkinson, I.R. Bulk-phase viscoelastic properties of seawater. Oceanologica Acta, 16(4), 317-334. [Detailed results and discussion of rheological measurements made on seawater samples. pdf . Corrigendum: In the published version, values of "0.71" in both the English and French versions of the Abstract were erroneously printed as "0.17".]
23-1993 Jenkinson, I. Mediterranean invasion by the toxic seaweed Caulerpa taxifolia. Harmful Algae News, IOC-Unesco, Paris, No. 5, p. 7. [Here]
22-1993 Jenkinson, I.R. Viscosity and elasticity of Gyrodinium cf aureolum and Noctiluca scintillans exudates, in relation to mortality in fish and damping of turbulence. In T.J. Smayda & Y. Shimizu (eds), Toxic Phytoplankton Blooms in the Sea. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Toxic Marine Phytoplankton, Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, 757-762. [pdf]
21-1992 Jenkinson, I.R. &
Wyatt, T. Selection and control of Deborah numbers in plankton
ecology. Journal of Plankton Research, 14,
1697- 1721. . [Quantitative aspects of the life of plankton
in a deforming medium.] pdf
20-1992 Jenkinson, I. A seawater rheology group. Harmful Algal News, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, Paris, No. 1, p. 5. [Here]
19-1991 Jenkinson, I.R., Biddanda, B.A., Abreu, P.C., Riebesell, U., Turley, C.M. & Smetacek, V.S. Rheological properties of marine organic aggregates: importance for vertical flux, turbulence and microzones. Oceanologica Acta, Vol. spéc. N 11, 101-107 [Proceedings of the International Colloquium on the Environment of Epicontinental Seas, Lille, 20-22 March, 1990]. [pdf]
18-1990 Jenkinson, I.R. Rheological structure in bulk seawater. In D.R. Oliver (ed.), Third European Rheology Conference and Golden Jubilee Meeting of the British Society of Rheology, Elsevier Applied Science, London, 247-251.
17-1990 Jenkinson, I.R. Bulk rheology of seawater: current developments and future perspectives. Bulletin de l'Association Européenne des sciences et Techniques de la Mer, N 8, 17-20. Also published in Bordomer, 3ième Colloque intérnationale d'Océanologie côtière de Bordeaux, 16-19 octobre, 1989, pp. 35- 41.
16-1990 Jenkinson, I.R. Estuarine plankton of Co. Limerick. I. A recurrent summer bloom of the dinoflagellate, Glenodinium foliaceum Stein, confined to the Deel estuary, with data on microplankton biomass. Irish Naturalists' Journal, 23, 173-180. pdf
15-1989 Jenkinson, I.R. La rhéologie de masse de l'eau de mer. In B. Launay & G. Cuvelier (eds), Rhéologie et Industries Alimentaires, Cosmétiques et Pharmaceutiques, 24ème Colloque Annuel du Groupe Français de Rhéologie, Paris, p. 199.
14-1989 Jenkinson, I.R. Red tides in the Mediterranean and Black Sea. IOC Workshop on International Co-operation in the study of Red Tides and Ocean Blooms, Takamatsu, Japan, 19-17 November 1987 Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, Paris, Workshop Report, N 57 (Annex II), p. 18.
13-1989 Jenkinson, I.R. Red tides and toxic phytoplankton on the north and west coasts of France. Ibid., p. 19.
12-1989 Jenkinson, I.R. Increases in viscosity may kill fish in some blooms. In T. Okaichi, D.M. Anderson & T. Nemoto (eds), Red Tides: Biology, Environmental Science and Toxicology, Elsevier, New York, 435-438. [pdf]
11-1988 Jenkinson, I., Abreu, P., Biddanda, B., Ehlken, S., Riebesell, U. & Turley, C. Measurements of aggregate strength. In: Smetacek, V.S. (convenor), Aggregate Methodology Workshop, Alfred-Wegener-Institut, Bremerhaven, 2-3 June 1988, p. 22-23. Abstract Book online
10-1988 Turley, C., Biddanda, B.,
Ehlken, S., Abreu, P., Riebesell, U. & Jenkinson, I.
Laboratory aggregates - some examples, their description and
non-destructive handling during laboratory controlled experiments.
In: Smetacek, V.S. (convenor), Aggregate Methodology
Workshop, Alfred-Wegener-Institut, Bremerhaven, 2-3 June
1988, p. 15-17. Abstract
8-1987 Jenkinson, I.R. Toxic or red-tide phytoplankton blooms around the coast of Ireland from Carnsore Point to Erris Head since 1972. In Dale, B. et al. (see above). The Problems of Toxic Dinoflagellate Blooms in Aquaculture. Proceedings of a Workshop and Conference, Sherkin Island, Ireland, 8-13 June 1987, 47-48.
7-1986 Jenkinson, I.R. Halosphaera viridis, Ditylum brightwellii and other phytoplankton in the northeastern North Atlantic in spring: sinking, rising and relative abundance. Ophelia, 26, 233-253 PDF.
5-1986 Jenkinson, I.R. Is mucus secretion an adaptation to turbulence? Abstracts: 21st European Marine Biology Symposium, Gdansk, p. 33.
4-1985 Jenkinson, I.R. The microplankton biomass and diversity of the upper Shannon estuary (Ireland) and two tributary estuaries. British Phycological Journal, 20, 187.
3- 1982 Bracken, J.J., Healy, B., O'Sullivan, G. and Jenkinson, I.R. Marine biological studies at Aughinish Island, Shannon, Co. Limerick 1978-1980. Aughinish Alumina Ltd. 51 pp.
2-1980 Jenkinson, I.R. & Connors, P.P. The occurrence of the red-tide organism, Gyrodinium cf aureolum Hulburt (Dinophyceae), around the south and west coasts of Ireland in August and September, 1979. Journal of Sherkin Island, 1(1), 127-146 pdf.
1-1972 Jenkinson, I.R. Sludge dumping and benthic communities. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 3, 102-105. pdf
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1983 Jenkinson, I.R. Water Movement and Plankton in Strangford Lough. Ph.D. Thesis in Marine Biology, The Queen's University of Belfast, Vol. 1, 236 pp.; Vol. 2, 187 pp.
1971 Jenkinson, I.R. An
investigation into the effects of sludge dumping on the benthos
of the Needles and Nab Spoil Grounds. M.Sc. Dissertation in
Oceanography, The University of Southampton, 37 pp., 5 fig., 7
1999. Jenkinson, I. & Arzul,
G. Rôles de la rhéologie et des
effets liés à l'activité cytolytique dans la dynamique et
l'action toxique de Gymnodinium mikimotoï et d'autres algues
nuisibles. ACRO-lfremer, Rapport final du PNEAT
[Programme National des Effluorescences Algales Toxiques],
1983 Jenkinson, I.R. The Hydrology and Phytoplankton of Bellacragher Bay, Co. Mayo, during and after the Fish Kill, in July and August 1983, 37 pp. [Commissioned by Curraun Fisheries, subsidiary of Arthur Guinness & Son, Dublin, after the death of c. 100 tonnes of salmon associated with a bloom of "Flagellate X".]
1982 Jenkinson, I.R. The Plankton near Aughinish in the Shannon Estuary, Ireland, 411 pp. [Commissioned by Aughinish Alumina Ltd, Aughinish, subsidiary of the Alcan Group, Canada, as baseline study of the plankton in connection with the construction of an alumina plant.]
1982 Jenkinson, I.R. The Tidal and Residual Currents in Southern Newport Bay, County Mayo, Ireland, Department of Oceanography, University College Galway, 108 pp. [Commissioned by Clew Bay Oyster Co-operative Society, Ltd., Westport, Co. Mayo.]