Cefas contributes significantly to research in a broad range of fields linked to marine science. In the 2017/18 financial year, Cefas published 200 peer-reviewed papers, as well as a range of other reports.
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Winter weather controls net influx of atmospheric CO2 on the north-west European shelf
<p><span style="background-color: #ffffff;">V. Kitidis, J.D. Shutler, I. Ashton, M. Warren, I. Brown, H. Findlay, S.E. Hartman, R. Sanders, M. Humphreys, C. Kivimäe, N. Greenwood*, T. Hull*, D. Pearce*, T. McGrath, B.M. Stewart, P. Walsham, E. McGovern, Y. Bozec, J-P. Gac,, S. van Heuven, M. Hoppema, U. Schuste, T. Johannessen, A. Omar, S.K. Lauvset, I. Skjelvan, A. Olsen, T. Steinhoff, A. Körtzinger, M. Becker, N. Lefevre, D. Diverrès, T. Gkritzalis, A. Catrijsse, W. Petersen, Y. Voynova, B. Chapron, A. Grouazel, P. E. Land, J. Sharples and P.D. Nightingale</span></p> (2019) Global Biogeochemical Cycles