In the last 5 years Dr Lindeque has been PI or Co-I on a number of UK and EU research grants currently including:
· NERC Changing Arctic Ocean Programme 2017-2021; Mechanistic understanding of the role of diatoms in the success of the Arctic Calanus complex and implications for a warmer Arctic (DIAPOD). Lindeque PI.
· NERC Highlight Topic Grant 2016-2020; SeA-DNA: Development and application of eDNA tools to assess the structure and function of coastal sea ecosystems. Lindeque PI.
· NERC Discovery Grant 2014-2017; Bioavailability and biological effects of microscopic plastic debris in the ocean, Lindeque PI.
· NERC/DEFRA 2014-2018; Marine Ecosystems Research Programme, Lindeque Co-I.
Dr Lindeque has held the post of Head of Postgraduate Studies at PML, including PML's involvement with the three Doctoral Training Partnerships (DTPs), GW4+, Spitfire and EnvEast, since 2014.
Pennie is an invited chair of the Study Group on Integrated Morphological and Molecular Taxonomy (SGIMT).
Recent impact and outreach activities include:
· Presentation to the Parliamentary and Scientific committee on the problem of plastics and plankton (London, 2016).
· Contribution to the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST) briefing on public policy issues related to marine microplastic pollution (2016).
· Popular science articles including International Council for Exploration of the Sea (ICES) feature article on ‘Plastics and Plankton’ (August 2016); Marine Biologists article ‘Plastics, plankton and pollution’ (Oct 2016), ‘Microplastics, Major problem’, Pipeline magazine, Surfers against sewage 2015.
· BBC Inside Out feature on microplastics in the marine environment, Oct 2015.
· Involvement with the production of educational films and lessons plans for GSCE national curriculum based around microplastic research in the marine environment.
SE Nelms, C Coombes, LC Foster, TS Galloway, BJ Godley, PK Lindeque, MJ Witt (2016). Marine anthropogenic litter on British beaches: a 10-year nationwide assessment using citizen science data. Science of The Total Environment, doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.11.137
J C Clark, M Cole, PK Lindeque, E Fileman, J Blackford, C Lewis, T M Lenton and T S Galloway (2016). Marine microplastic debris: a targeted plan for understanding and quantifying interactions with marine life. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 14 (6), 317-324 (10.1002/fee.1297).
A Bucklin, PK Lindeque, N Rodriguez-Ezpeleta, A Albaina, and M Lehtiniemi (2016). Metabarcoding of Marine Zooplankton: Progress, Prospects and Pitfalls. J. Plankton Res. 38 (3): 393-400. doi: 10.1093/plankt/fbw023
G Cripps, K J Flynn and PK Lindeque (2016). Ocean Acidification Affects the Phyto-Zoo Plankton Trophic Transfer Efficiency. PLOSone (doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0151739)
M Cole, PK Lindeque, E Fileman, J Clark, C Lewis, C Halsband, and TS Galloway (2016). Microplastics Alter the Properties and Sinking Rates of Zooplankton Faecal Pellets. Environ. Sci. Technol. 50 (6), 3239-3246 (DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.5b05905)
JL Maud, A Atkinson, AG Hirst, PK Lindeque, CE. Widdicombe, RA. Harmer, AJ McEvoy, DG Cummings (2015). Calanus helgolandicus population dynamics in a changing climate: analysis of a 25-year time series from the English Channel. Progress in Oceanography, 137(B): 513-523.
S E Nelms, E M Duncan, A C Broderick, T S Galloway, M H Godfrey, M Hamann, PK Lindeque, B J Godley (2015). Plastic and marine turtles: a review and call for research. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil. fsv165
M Cole, PK Lindeque, E Fileman, C Halsband, T Galloway (2015). The impact of microplastics on feeding, function and fecundity in the copepod Calanus helgolandicus. Environmental Science & Technology, 49(2): 1130–1137. (DOI: 10.1021/es504525u)
A Sneha, A Ianora, C Lauritanoa, PK Lindeque, Y Carotenutoa (2015). High-quality RNA extraction from copepods for Next Generation Sequencing: A comparative study. Marine genomics 24 (1), 115-118. (DOI:10.1016/j.margen.2014.12.004)
I Smolina, S Kollias, EF Møller, PK Lindeque, A Sundaram, J Fernandes, G Hoarau (2015) Contrasting transcriptome response to thermal stress in two key zooplankton species, Calanus finmarchicus and C. glacialis. Marine Ecology Progress Series 534, 79-93
PK Lindeque, A Dimond, RA Harmer, HE Parry, KL Pemberton, ES Fileman (2015) Feeding selectivity of bivalve larvae on natural plankton assemblages in the Western English Channel. Marine Biology, 162(2): 291-308. (DOI 10.1007/s00227-014-2580-x)
A Mitra, SH Jónasdóttir, KJ Flynn, C Castellani, W Gentleman, C Halsband, P Licandro, MD Agersted, A Bode, A Calbet, PK Lindeque, R Koppelmann, EF Møller, T Gissel Nielsen, M St. John (2014) Bridging the gap between marine biogeochemical and fisheries sciences; configuring the zooplankton link. Progress in Oceanography, 129(B): 176-199. (doi:10.1016/j.pocean.2014.04.025)
G Cripps, PK Lindeque, K Flynn (2014) Have we been underestimating the effects of ocean acidification in zooplankton? Global Change Biology. 20(11): 3377-3385. (doi: 10.1111/gcb.12582)
I Smolina, S Kollias, M Poortvliet, T G Nielsen, PK Lindeque, C Castellani, EF Moller, L Blanco-Bercial, G Hoarau (2014) Genome- and transcriptome-assisted development of nuclear insertion/ deletion markers for Calanus species (Copepoda: Calanoida) identification. Molecular Ecology Resources 14(5): 1072-1079. (doi:10.1111/1755-0998.12241)
N Torkel, S Kjellerup, I Smolina, G Hoarau, PK Lindeque (2014). Live discrimination of Calanus glacialis and C. finmarchicus females – can we trust our experimentally determined phenological differences? Marine Biology 161(6): 1299-1306. (DOI 10.1007/s00227-014-2419-5).
Lindeque PK, Parry HE, Harmer RA, Somerfield PJ, Atkinson A (2013) Next Generation Sequencing Reveals the Hidden Diversity of Zooplankton Assemblages. PLoS ONE 8(11): e81327. doi:10.