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Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science

The Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science (SAHFOS) is an international charity that operates the Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR) Survey. The Foundation has been collecting data from the North Atlantic and the North Sea on biogeography and ecology of plankton since 1931. More recently, as the Foundation has become more involved in international projects, work has expanded to include other regions around the globe. SAHFOS plays an active role in the research community. Publishing the findings from this research enables us to share our world class science, and reach a variety of different audiences. Browse our research publications. Publications 1. *Blackett, M., C. H. Lucas, K. Cook and P. Licandro (2016). “Occurrence of the siphonophore Muggiaea atlantica in Scottish coastal waters: source or sink?” Journal of Plankton Research. 2. Barton, A. D., A. J. Irwin, Z. V. Finkel and C. A. Stock (2016). “Anthropogenic climate change drives shift and shuffle in North Atlantic phytoplankton communities.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113(11): 2964-2969. 3. Batten, S. D., S. Moffitt, W. S. Pegau and R. Campbell (2016). “Plankton indices explain interannual variability in Prince William Sound herring first year growth.” Fisheries Oceanography 25(4): 420-432. 4. Beaugrand, G. and R. R. Kirby (2016). “Quasi-deterministic responses of marine species to climate change.” Climate Research 69(2): 117-128.