|Summer heatwaves promote blooms of harmful cyanobacteria|
KD Joehnk, JEF Huisman, J Sharples, BEN Sommeijer, PM Visser, ...
Global change biology 14 (3), 495-512, 2008
|Changes in turbulent mixing shift competition for light between phytoplankton species|
J Huisman, J Sharples, JM Stroom, PM Visser, WEA Kardinaal, ...
Ecology 85 (11), 2960-2970, 2004
|Phytoplankton photoacclimation and photoadaptation in response to environmental gradients in a shelf sea|
CM Moore, DJ Suggett, AE Hickman, YN Kim, JF Tweddle, J Sharples, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 51 (2), 936-949, 2006
|Introduction to the physical and biological oceanography of shelf seas|
JH Simpson, J Sharples
Cambridge University Press, 2012
|Phytoplankton distribution and survival in the thermocline|
J Sharples, MC Moore, TP Rippeth, PM Holligan, DJ Hydes, NR Fisher, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 46 (3), 486-496, 2001
|Predicting marine phytoplankton maximum growth rates from temperature: Improving on the Eppley curve using quantile regression|
JE Bissinger, DJS Montagnes, J harples, D Atkinson
Limnology and Oceanography 53 (2), 487-493, 2008
|Spring‐neap modulation of internal tide mixing and vertical nitrate fluxes at a shelf edge in summer|
J Sharples, JF Tweddle, JA Mattias Green, MR Palmer, YN Kim, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 52 (5), 1735-1747, 2007
|Recipe for 1‐D Lagrangian particle tracking models in space‐varying diffusivity|
ON Ross, J Sharples
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 2 (9), 289-302, 2004
|Inter-annual variability in the timing of stratification and the spring bloom in the North-western North Sea|
J Sharples, ON Ross, BE Scott, SPR Greenstreet, H Fraser
Continental Shelf Research 26 (6), 733-751, 2006
|Internal tide dissipation, mixing, and vertical nitrate flux at the shelf edge of NE New Zealand|
J Sharples, CM Moore, ER Abraham
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 106 (C7), 14069-14081, 2001
|Modelling the effect of physical variability on the midwater chlorophyll maximum|
J Sharples, P Tett
Journal of Marine Research 52 (2), 219-238, 1994
|Sub-surface hotspots in shallow seas: fine-scale limited locations of top predator foraging habitat indicated by tidal mixing and sub-surface chlorophyll|
BE Scott, J Sharples, ON Ross, J Wang, GJ Pierce, CJ Camphuysen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 408, 207-226, 2010
|A reevaluation of the magnitude and impacts of anthropogenic atmospheric nitrogen inputs on the ocean|
TD Jickells, E Buitenhuis, K Altieri, AR Baker, D Capone, RA Duce, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 31 (2), 289-305, 2017
|A prescriptive model of stratification induced by freshwater runoff|
JH Simpson, J Sharples, TP Rippeth
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 33 (1), 23-35, 1991
|Internal tidal mixing as a control on continental margin ecosystems|
J Sharples, CM Moore, AE Hickman, PM Holligan, JF Tweddle, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (23), 2009
|Physical controls on phytoplankton physiology and production at a shelf sea front: a fast repetition-rate fluorometer based field study|
CM Moore, D Suggett, PM Holligan, J Sharples, ER Abraham, MI Lucas, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 259, 29-45, 2003
|Investigating fine‐scale spatio‐temporal predator–prey patterns in dynamic marine ecosystems: a functional data analysis approach|
CB Embling, J Illian, E Armstrong, J van der Kooij, J Sharples, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (2), 481-492, 2012
|Potential impacts of the spring-neap tidal cycle on shelf sea primary production|
Journal of Plankton Research 30 (2), 183-197, 2008
|Observations and modelling of periodic stratification in the Upper York River Estuary, Virginia|
J Sharples, JH Simpson, JM Brubaker
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 38 (3), 301-312, 1994
|Semi-diurnal and longer period stability cycles in the Liverpool Bay region of freshwater influence|
J Sharples, JH Simpson
Continental Shelf Research 15 (2-3), 295-313, 1995