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Strathprints makes available Open Access scholarly outputs by researchers based within the Department of Chemical & Process Engineering. Key areas of research specialism include the manufacture and application of porous materials and metal-organic frameworks; the properties and processing of polymeric materials; the nucleation, growth and separation of crystals; the applications of electrochemistry to coatings, metal ion recovery, and water clean-up.

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Cook, Robin (2019) Inclusion of discards in stock assessment models. Fish and Fisheries. ISSN 1467-2979 (In Press)

Cook, Robin (2019) Fish population dynamics, monitoring and management sustainable fisheries in the eternal ocean By I. Aoki, T. Yamakawa & A. Takasuka Springer, Japan, 2018. [Review]

Spence, Michael A. and Blanchard, Julia L. and Rossberg, Axel G. and Heath, Michael R. and Heymans, Johanna J. and Mackinson, Steven and Serpetti, Natalia and Speirs, Douglas C. and Thorpe, Robert B. and Blackwell, Paul G. (2018) A general framework for combining ecosystem models. Fish and Fisheries, 19. 1031–1042. ISSN 1467-2979

Cook, Robin M. and Heath, Michael R. (2018) Population trends of bycatch species reflect improving status of target species. Fish and Fisheries. ISSN 1467-2979

Cook, Robin and Hollingworth, Chuck (2001) Quantitative Fish Dynamics. [Review]

Patterson, Kenneth and Cook, Robin and Darby, Chris and Gavaris, Stratis and Kell, Laurence and Lewy, Peter and Mesnil, Benoît and Punt, André and Restrepo, Victor and Skagen, Dankert W. and Stefánsson, Gunnar (2001) Estimating uncertainty in fish stock assessment and forecasting. Fish and Fisheries, 2 (2). pp. 125-157. ISSN 1467-2979

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