Publications in which the Gulf Stream
index has appeared:
Taylor, A.H. and
J.A. Stephens, 1980. Latitudinal displacements of the Gulf Stream (1966
to1977) and their relation to changes in temperature and zooplankton
abundance in the NE Atlantic. Oceanologica Acta, 3(2), 145-149.
Taylor, A.H., Colebrook, J.M., Stephens, J.A. and N.G. Baker, 1992.
Latitudinal displacements of the Gulf Stream and the abundance of
plankton in the north-east Atlantic. J. of the Marine Biological
Association of the United Kingdom, 72, 919-921.
Hays, G.C., Carr,
M.R., and A.H. Taylor, 1993. The relationship between Gulf Stream
position and copepod abundance derived from the Continuous Plankton
Recorder Survey: separating biological signals from sampling noise. J.
Plankton Res., 15, 1359-1373.
Taylor, A.H. 1995.
North-south shifts of the Gulf Stream and their climatic connection with
the abundance of zooplankton in the UK and its surrounding seas. ICES J.
Mar. Sci., 52, 711-721.
Dunnett, N.P., Hunt, R. and J.P. Grime, 1995. Does Gulf Stream position
affect vegetation dynamics in Western Europe?. Oikos, 73, 408-410.
D.G. and A.H. Taylor, 1995. UK lake plankton and the Gulf Stream.
Nature, 378, 139.
A.H. 1996. North-south shifts of the Gulf Stream: ocean-atmosphere
interactions in the North Atlantic. Intl. J. Climatol, 16, 559-583.
A.H. and Stephens, J.A. 1998. The North Atlantic Oscillation and the
latitude of the Gulf Stream. Tellus, 50 A, 134-142.
A.H., Jordan, M.B. and Stephens, J.A. 1998. Northward shifts of the
Gulf Stream following ENSO events. Nature, 393, 638.
B., Taylor, A.H. 1998. Long-term changes in zooplankton and the
climate of the North Atlantic. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 55,
D.G. 2000. The impact of regional-scale changes in the weather on
long-term dynamics of Eudaptomus and Daphnia in Esthwaite Water,
Cumbria. Freshwat. Biol., 45, 111-121.
A.H. and Gangopadhyay, A. 2001. A simple model of interannual
displacements of the Gulf Stream. J. Geophys. Res., 106 (C7),
A.H., Allen, J.I. and Clark, P.A. 2002. Extraction of a weak climatic
signal by an ecosystem. Nature, 416, 629-632.
A.H. 2002 North Atlantic climatic signals and the plankton of the
European Continental Shelf, Large Marine Ecosystems of the North
Atlantic: Changing States and Sustainability ed. by K. Sherman and H.R.
A. H. 2005. A model of variations in the North Atlantic Oscillation,
Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, L24713, doi:101029/2005GL023792.
Archer, S.D., Gilbert, F.J., Taylor, A.H. and Blackford, J.C. 2006.
Changes in DMS production and flux in relation to decadal shifts in
ocean circulation. To appear in Tellus B.