Refereed research articles

  1. Hume, J, Bean, CW, Mabel, B & Adams, CE. (submitted) Mate selection in a sympatric lamprey species pair: what role do intermediate life history strategies play? Evolutionary Ecology
  2. Gladman, Z.F., Bean, C.W., Adams, C.E. Yeomans, W.E. & Long, J. (in prep) Can a non-native crayfish species become a valued conservation resource?  - A case study.
  3. Adams, C.E., Lyle, A.A., Dodd, J.A., Bean, C.W., Winfield, I.J., Gowans, A.R.D., Stephen, A, & Maitland, P.S. (2014). Translocation as a conservation tool: case studies from rare freshwater fishes in Scotland. The Glasgow Naturalist 26, 17-24.
  4. Hume, J. B., Bean, C. W., & Adams, C. E. (2014). Morphological abnormalities in a population of Lampetra planeri, with a short review of petromyzontid teratologies. J.Fish. Biol. 84, 1614-1619.
  5. Adams, C.E., Griffin, L.R., Benzies, E., Aherne, D.,  Bean, C. W.,  Dodd, J.,  Fairlamb, D. &  Maitland, P. S. (2013) Short range dispersal by a rare, obligate freshwater crustacean; Triops cancriformis (Bosc). Aquatic Conservation: Marine & Freshwater Ecosystems 24, 48.-55.
  6. Hume, J. B., Adams, C. E., Mable, B. & Bean, C. W. (2013). Sneak male mating tactics between lampreys exhibiting alternative life history strategies. J.Fish. Biol. 82, 1093-1100.
  7. Hume, J.B., Adams, C.E., Mable, B. & Bean, C.W. (2013) Post-zygotic hybrid viability in sympatric species pairs – a case study from European lampreys. Biol. J. Linnean Soc. 108, 378-383.
  8. Winfield, I.J., Adams, C. E.; Bean, C. W.; Durie, N. C.; Fletcher, J. M.; Gowans, A.R.D.; Harrod, C.; James, J.B.; Lyle, A. A.; Maitland, P. S.; Thompson, C.; Verspoor, E. 2013 Positive steps for conservation of the vendace (Coregonus albula), the U.K.’s rarest freshwater fish. Newsletter of the Freshwater Fish Specialist Group, 1, 14-15.
  9. Hume, J.B., Adams, C.E., Bean, C.W. & Maitland, P.S. (2013) Evidence of a recent decline in lamprey parasitism of an indigenous whitefish Coregonus lavaretus in Loch Lomond, Scotland: is there a diamond in the ruffe?. J. Fish Biol.  82, 1708–1716.
  10. Winfield, I.J., Bean, C.W.,  Gorst, J., Gowans, A.R.D., Robinson, M. & Thomas, R. (2013)  Assessment and conservation of whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus) in the U.K. Advances in Limnology  64, 301-317.
  11. Gladman, Z.F., Adams, C.E., Bean, C.W., Long, J. & Yeomans, W.E. (2012) Investigating the threat of non-native North American signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus) to salmonid redds. Aquatic Conservation: Marine & Freshwater Ecosystems 22, 134-137.
  12. Etheridge, E.C., Adams, C.E., Bean, C.W., Durie, N. C., Gowans, A. R. Harrod, C., Lyle, A.A., Maitland, P.S. & Winfield, I.J. (2012) Are phenotypic traits useful for differentiating among a priori Coregonus taxa?. Journal of Fish Biology 80, 387-407.
  13. Mainstone, C.P., Thomas, R. Bean, C. W. & Waterman, T. (2012) The role of the UK conservation agencies in protecting river flows. Fisheries Management and Ecology 19, 557-569.
  14. Etheridge, E.C., Bean, C.W. & Adams, C.E. (2011) Substrate specific vulnerability of Scottish powan (Coregonus lavaretus) ova to predation by invasive ruffe (Gymnocephalus cernuus). Ecology of Freshwater Fish 20, 299-307.
  15. Etheridge, E.C., Harrod, C., Bean, C.W. & Adams, C.E. (2010) Has habitat heterogeneity promoted phenotypic and ecological sub-structuring among a Coregonus lavaretus population in a large Scottish lake? J. Fish Biol. 77, 2391-2404.
  16. Etheridge, E. C., Bean, C.W., Maitland P. S. & Adams C. E. (2010) Morphological and ecological responses to a conservation translocation of powan (Coregonus lavaretus) in Scotland. Aquatic Conservation: Marine & Freshwater Ecosystems 20, 274-281.
  17. Gladman, Z., Yeomans, W. E., Adams, C.E., Bean, C.W., McColl, D.  Olszewska, J., McGillivray, C. & McCluskey, R. (2010) Detecting North American signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus) in rivers. Aquatic Conservation: Marine & Freshwater Ecosystems 20, 588-594.
  18. Winfield, I.J., Hateley, J., Fletcher, J.M., James, B.J., Bean, C.W. & Clabburn, P.  (2010) Population trends of Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) in the UK: assessing the evidence for a widespread decline in response to climate change. Hydrobiologia 350, 55-65.
  19. Freeman, M. A., Turnbull, J. F., Yeomans, W. E. & Bean, C. W. (2010) Prospects for management strategies of invasive crayfish populations with an emphasis on biological control. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 20, 211-223.
  20. Boon, P.J. & Bean, C.W. (2010) Freshwater Non-Natives – Prevention, Control or Eradication? In: J.M. Baxter & C.A. Galbraith (eds.) Species Management: Challenges and Solutions for the 21st Century. pp. 229-246. HMSO Publ. London. 572pp.
  21. Gladman, Z., Adams, C., Bean, C., Sinclair, C. & Yeomans, W. (2009) Assessing the status of signal crayfish in Scotland. Brickland J, Holdich D.M. and Imhoff E.M. (eds) Crayfish conservation in the British Isles. Proceedings of a conference held on 25th March 2009 in Leeds, UK. pp. 43-48.
  22. Bean, C.W. & Frissell, C. (2009) Responding to environmental threats. In: Assessing The Conservation Value Of Fresh Waters (Boon, P.J. & Pringle, C. eds.) pp. 91-116. Cambridge University Press Books, Cambridge, England. 293pp.
  23. Winfield, I. J., Adams, C. E., Bean, C. W., Durie, N. C., Fletcher, J. M., Gowans, A. R., Harrod, C., James, J. B., Lyle, A. A., Maitland, P. S., Thompson, C. & Verspoor E. (2012) Conservation of the vendace (Coregonus albula), the U.K.’s rarest freshwater fish. Advances in Limnology 63, 547-559.
  24. Etheridge, E. C., Bean, C., Maitland, P. S., Ballantyne, S. & Adams, C. E. (2012) Discontinuous infra-specific variation in ecological and morpohological traits have consequences for conservation of powan (Coregonus lavaretus) in Scotland. Advances in Limnology 63, 505-517.
  25. Bean, C.W. & Thin, F. (2008). Hydro-electricity – impacts and opportunities for the natural heritage. In: C.A. Galbraith & J.M. Baxter (eds.) Energy and the Natural Heritage pp. 155-184. HMSO Publ. London. 302pp.
  26. Winfield, I.J., Fletcher, J.M., James, B.J., & Bean, C.W.  (2008) Assessment of fish populations in still waters using hydroacoustics and survey gill netting:  experiences with Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) in the U.K. Fisheries Research 96, 30-38.
  27. Etheridge, E. C., Harrod, C., Bean, C.W. & Adams, C. E. (2008) Continuous variation in the pattern of marine versus fresh water foraging in brown trout (Salmo trutta) from Loch Lomond, Scotland. J. Fish Biol. 73, 44-53.
  28. Adams, C.E., Bean, C.W., Fraser, D. & Maitland, P.S. (2007). Conservation and management of the Arctic charr: a forward view. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 16, 2–5.
  29. Adams, C.E., Bean, C.W., Eccles, J., Fraser, D. & Maitland, P.S. (2007)
  30. Winfield, I.J., Fletcher, J.M., James, B.J., Duigan, C.A., Bean, C.W., & N.C. Durie  (2007) Long-term case histories of ruffe (Gymnocephalus cernuus) introductions to four U.K. lakes containing native vendace (Coregonus albula) or whitefish (C. lavaretus) populations. Advances in Limnology 60, 301-309.
  31. Winfield, I. J., Fletcher, J. M., James, J. B., Bean, C. W. & Duigan, C.  (2007).  Setting reference values for lake fish abundance:  observations from unexploited or lightly exploited vendace (Coregonus albula), whitefish (C. lavaretus) and Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) populations in the U.K.  In:  Cowx, I. G. (editor)  Assessing the Ecological Status of Rivers, Lakes and Transitional Waters.  Fishing News Books, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford.
  32. Bean, C.W. (2006) Fish In: The Nature of the Cairngorms: Diversity in a changing environment. Shaw, P. & Thompson, D.B.A. (eds.) pp. 269-284. HMSO Publications, Edinburgh. 444pp.
  33. Bean, C.W. (2006) Freshwaters In: The Nature of the Cairngorms: Diversity in a changing environment. Shaw, P. & Thompson, D.B.A. (eds.) pp. 119-132. HMSO Publications, Edinburgh. 444pp.
  34. Bean, C.W., Maitland, P.S. & Collen, P. (2004). Crayfish in Scotland: a review of current status and legislative control. Freshwater Crayfish 15, 220-228. 
  35. Craig, J.F., Halls, A.S., Barr, J.J.F. & Bean, C.W. (2004) The Bangladesh floodplain fisheries. Fisheries Research 66, 271-286.
  36. Bean, C.W. & Fraser, D. (2003) Arctic charr and the development of CHARRNET. Freshwater News 16, 22-25.
  37. Winfield, I.J., Bean, C.W. & Hewitt, D.P. (2002). The relationship between spatial distribution and diet of Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) in Loch Ness, U.K. Environmental Biology of Fishes 64, 63-73.
  38. Bean, C.W. (2001). Nature conservation and the River Clyde. In: Proceedings of a Conference on the Ecology and Management of the Firth of Clyde, Millport 2001. (Keller, A. & Aspinall, C. eds.) Published by the Firth of Clyde Forum pp. 5-13.
  39. Deverill, J., Adams, C.A. & Bean, C.W. (1999). Prior residence, aggression and territory acquisition in hatchery-reared and wild brown trout. J. Fish. Biol.  55,  868-875.
  40. Deverill, J., Bean, C.W. & Adams, C.E. (1999). Last one to the freeze-dried chironomid is …probably a stockie. Salmo Trutta 2,  62-63.
  41. Bean, C.W. (1998). Fisheries management. In: The Encyclopedia of Ecology and Environmental Management. (Calow, P. ed.), pp. 279-280. Blackwell Science, Oxford.
  42. Bean, C.W. (1998). Anadromous fish conservation. In: The Encyclopedia of Ecology and Environmental Management. (Calow, P. ed.), pp. 34-35. Blackwell Science, Oxford.
  43. Bean, C.W. and Kirkwood, R.C. (1997). First incidence of Ligula intestinalis (L.) recorded from stoneloach (Barbatula barbatulus (L.)).  J. Fish. Biol. 50, 445-446.
  44. Bean, C.W., Winfield, I.J. and Fletcher, J.W. (1996). Stock assessment of the Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) population of Loch Ness, U.K. In: Stock Assessment in Inland Fisheries, (Cowx, I.G., ed.) pp.206-223. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications
  45. Bean, C. W. and Winfield, I.J. (1995). Habitat use and activity patterns of roach (Rutilus rutilus (L.)), rudd (Scardinius erythrophthalmus (L.)), perch (Perca fluviatilis L.) and pike (Esox lucius L.) in the laboratory: The role of predation threat and structural complexity. Ecol. Freshwat. Fish. 4, 37-46.
  46. Winfield, I. J. and Bean, C.W. (1994). The application and limitations of new developments in echo-sounding technology in studies of lake fish populations. Proc. Institute of Fisheries Management 1994 Annual Study Course, University of Lancaster pp.227-242.
  47. Bean, C.W. (1994). The fish of Loch Ness: a preliminary assessment of community structure, biology biomass and distribution. Freshwater Forum 4, 225-227.
  48. Bean, C.W. and Winfield, I.J. (1992). The influences of Ligula intestinalis (L.) on the distribution of juvenile roach Rutilus rutilus (L.) and gudgeon Gobio gobio (L.) in Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland. Neth. J. Zool. 42(1-2), 416-429.
  49. Winfield, I.J. and Bean, C.W. (1991). The influences of Ligula intestinalis (L.) on the behaviour of cyprinid fishes in Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland. In: Proceedings of the Seventh International Ichthyology Congress (1991) The Hague, Holland.
  50. Winfield, I.J. and Bean, C.W. (1991). First record of the carp, Cyprinus carpio L. in the Lough Neagh catchment, Northern Ireland. J. Fish. Biol. 38(4), 629-630.
  51. Bean, C. W. and Winfield, I.J. (1989). Biological and ecological effects of a Ligula intestinalis (L.) infestation of the gudgeon (Gobio gobio L.), in Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland. J. Fish. Biol. 34(1), 135-147.