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Magnus Johnson

Senior Lecturer in Environmental Marine Science


The reniform reflecting superposition compound eyes of Nephrops norvegicus: optics, susceptibility to light-induced damage, electrophysiology and a ray tracing model (2013)
Book Chapter
Gaten, E., Moss, S., & Johnson, M. L. (2013). The reniform reflecting superposition compound eyes of Nephrops norvegicus: optics, susceptibility to light-induced damage, electrophysiology and a ray tracing model. In Advances in Marine Biology; The Ecology and Biology of Nephrops norvegicus (107-148). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-12-410466-2.00004-2

The large reniform eyes of the reptant, tube-dwelling decapod Nephrops norvegicus are described in detail. Optically these reflecting superposition compound eyes are a little unusual in that they are laterally flattened, a feature that may enhance th... Read More about The reniform reflecting superposition compound eyes of Nephrops norvegicus: optics, susceptibility to light-induced damage, electrophysiology and a ray tracing model.

Nephrops Fisheries in European Waters (2013)
Book Chapter
Ungfors, A., Bell, E., Johnson, M. L., Cowing, D., Dobson, N. C., Bublitz, R., & Sandell, J. (2013). Nephrops Fisheries in European Waters. In The Ecology and Biology of Nephrops norvegicus (247-314). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-410466-2.00007-8

This review focuses on the Norway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus) as a resource, describing how the fishery has developed from the 1960s to the present day to become one of the most economically important fisheries in Europe. In 2010, the total landing... Read More about Nephrops Fisheries in European Waters.

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