Marine Biodiversity and Fisheries:

Haven or hell? A perspective on the ecology of offshore oil and gas platforms (Apr 2024) PLOS Sustainability and Transformation

An acoustic-optic comparison of fish assemblages at a Rigs-to-Reefs habitat and coral reef in the Gulf of Thailand (Dec 2023), Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, Vol 295

Quantifying the ability of imaging sonar to identify fish species at a subtropical artificial reef (Oct 2023),
ICES Journal of Marine Science 1–13

Sound sees more: A comparison of imaging sonars and optical cameras for estimating fish densities at artificial reefs (Aug 2023), Fisheries Research Vol 264, 106720

The Capacity of Imaging Sonar for Quantifying the Abundance, Species Richness, and Size of Reef Fish Assemblages: A Review (Mar 2023), MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES
Mar Ecol Prog Ser, Vol. 717: 157–179

The functional diversity of fish assemblages in the vicinity of oil and gas pipelines compared to nearby natural reef and soft sediment habitats (May 2023), Marine Environmental Research, Vol 187

Spawning aggregation of bigeye trevally, Caranx sexfasciatus, highlights the ecological importance of oil and gas platforms in the Gulf of Thailand (Oct 2022) Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, Vol 276

Mercury and NORM:

Current Understanding of The Ecological Risk of Mercury from Subsea Oil and Gas Infrastructure to Marine Ecosystem (Sept 2022 ), Journal of Hazardous Materials, Vol 483

A review of the potential risks associated with mercury in subsea oil and gas pipelines in Australia (Nov 2022), Environmental Chemistry, Vol 19 (4), 210-227

Current understanding and research needs for ecological risk assessments of naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORM) in subsea oil and gas pipelines (Jan 2022), Journal of Environmental Radioactivity Vol 241

An approach to assess potential environmental mercury release, food web bioaccumulation, and human dietary methylmercury uptake from decommissioning offshore oil and gas infrastructure (Apr 2023), Journal of Hazardous Materials Vol 452

Threshold values for the protection of marine ecosystems from NORM in subsea oil and gas infrastructure (Mar 2023), Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, Vol 258

Considerations for future quantitative structure-activity relationship (QSAR) modelling for heavy metals – A case study of mercury (Nov 2023), Toxicology Volume 499 153661

Marine Biofouling:

Virtual Screening of a Library of Naturally Occurring Anthraquinones for Potential Anti-Fouling Agents, (Jan 2023), MDPI Molecules

A structure-activity relationship analysis of anthraquinones with antifouling activity against marine biofilm-forming bacteria, (Oct 2022) Frontiers in Natural Products

Marine Natural Products: A Promising Source of Environmentally Friendly Antifouling Agents for the Maritime Industries, (Feb 2022) Frontiers in Marine Science 

Greenhouse Gas Emissions:

Lifetime greenhouse gas emissions from offshore hydrogen production (Nov 2023)
Energy Reports

Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Decommissioning Manmade Structures in the Marine Environment; Current Trends and Implications for the Future (May 2023) Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 

Quantifying greenhouse gas emissions from decommissioned oil and gas structures: Can current policy meet Net Zero goals, (Jan 2022) Energy Policy

Other relevant:

A first estimate of blue carbon associated with oil and gas industry marine infrastructure (Nov 2023) Environmental Science Advances

First port of call: a horizon scanning workshop for sustainable Arctic marine infrastructure, (May 2023) Polar Journal