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About NUI Galway
About NUI Galway
Since 1845, NUI Galway has been sharing the highest quality teaching and research with Ireland and the world. Find out what makes our University so special – from our distinguished history to the latest news and campus developments.
Colleges & Schools
Colleges & Schools
NUI Galway has earned international recognition as a research-led university with a commitment to top quality teaching across a rang of key areas of expertise.
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Guiding Breakthrough Research at NUI Galway
We explore and facilitate commercial opportunities for the research community at NUI Galway, as well as facilitating industry partnership.
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At NUI Galway, we believe that the best learning takes place when you apply what you learn in a real world context. That's why many of our courses include work placements or community projects.
Mr Robert Kennedy Ph.D.
Peer Reviewed Journals
|Solan, M,Wigham, BD,Hudson, IR,Kennedy, R,Coulon, CH,Norling, K,Nilsson, HC,Rosenberg, R (2004) 'In situ quantification of bioturbation using time-lapse fluorescent sediment profile imaging (f-SPI), luminophore tracers and model simulation'. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 271 :1-12. [Details]|
|Henry, LM,Kennedy, R,Keegan, BF (2008) 'An investigation of periodic hypoxia at Ardbear Salt Lake'. Journal Of The Marine Biological Association Of The United Kingdom, 88 :1297-1307. [DOI] [Details]|
|Solan, M., Germano, J.D., Rhoads, D.C., Smith, C., Michaud, E.,Parry, D., Wenzhöfer, F., Kennedy, R., Henriques, C., Battle, E., Carey, D., Iocco, L., Valente, R.M., Watson, J., Rosenberg, R., (2002) 'Towards a greater understanding of pattern, scale and process in marine benthic systems: a picture is worth a thousand words'. J. exp. mar. Biol. Ecol, 285-286 :313-338. [Details]|
|Solan, M. & R. Kennedy, (2002) 'Observations and quantification of in situ animal sediment relations using time lapse sediment profile imagery (tSPI)'. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser, 228 :179-191. [Details]|
|O'Reilly, R., Kennedy, R., Patterson, A. & Keegan, B. F. (2006) 'Ground truthing sediment profile imagery with traditional benthic survey data along an established disturbance gradient'. J Mar Sys, 62 :189-203. [Details]|
|Patterson A, Kennedy R., O'Reilly R. & B.F. Keegan (2006) 'A Field Test Of A Low Cost Novel Scanner Based Sediment Profile Imaging Camera'. Limnol. Oceanogr. Meth, 4 :30-37. [Details]|
|Mulsow, S., Krieger, Y. & Kennedy, R. (2006) 'Sediment profile imaging (SPI) and micro-electrode technologies in impact assessment studies: Example from two fjords in Southern Chile used for fish farming'. J Mar Sys, 62 :152-163. [Details]|
|O'Reilly R. Kennedy R. & Patterson A. (2006) 'Destruction of conspecific bioturbation structures by Amphiura filiformis (Ophiuroida): evidence from luminophore tracers and in situ timelapse sediment profile imagery'. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser, 315 :99-111. [Details]|
|Ghita, O., Whelan, P. F. & Kennedy, R. (2003) A practical approach for analysing SPI images 7th World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, Proceedings - Communication, Control, Signal and Optics, Technologies and Applications , pp.141-146 [Details]|
|Kennedy, R (2006) Special issue - Sediment Profile Imagery Colloquium of Experts (SPICE) - 5-7 April 2004, NUI, Galway, Ireland - Introduction. Editorial [DOI] [Details]|
|Kennedy R & M Solan (2001) Are there alternatives to traditional labour intensive surveys in monitoring macrobenthic diversity? . Marine Biodiversity In Ireland And Adjacent Waters. Estaurine & Coastal Sciences Association Local Meeting. Ulster Museum,Belfast: Other Item [Details]|
|Keegan, B.F., Rhoads, D.C., Germano, J.D., Solan, M., Kennedy,R., O'Connor, I., O'Connor, B., McGrath, D., Dinneen, P., Acevedo, S., Young, S., Grehan, A., and Costelloe, J, Sediment profile imagery (SPI) as a benthic monitoring tool - Introduction to a long term case history evaluation (Galway Bay, west coast of Ireland). Organism-sediment interactions. Belle Baruch Library in Marine Science, University of South Carolina: Other Item [Details]|