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Bahar B, Schmidt O, Moloney AP, Scrimgeour CM, Begley IS, Monahan FJ.  2008.  Seasonal variation in the C, N and S stable isotope composition of retail organic and conventional Irish beef. Food Chemistry. 106:1299-1305. Abstract
Zazzo A, Harrison SM, Bahar B, Moloney AP, Monahan FJ, Scrimgeour CM, Schmidt O.  2007.  Experimental determination of dietary carbon turnover in bovine hair and hoof. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 85:1239-1248. Abstract
Harrison SM, Monahan FJ, Zazzo A, Bahar B, Moloney AP, Scrimgeour CM, Schmidt O.  2007.  Three-dimensional growth of bovine hoof as recorded by carbon stable isotope ratios. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. 21:3971-3976. Abstract
Harrison SM, Zazzo A, Bahar B, Monahan FJ, Moloney AP, Scrimgeour CM, Schmidt O.  2007.  Using hooves for high-resolution isotopic reconstruction of bovine dietary history. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. 21:479-486. Abstract
Meharg AA, Deacon C, Edwards KJ, Donaldson M, Davidson DA, Spring C, Scrimgeour CM, Feldmann J, Rabb A.  2006.  Ancient manuring practices pollute arable soils at the St Kilda World Heritage Site, Scottish North Atlantic. Chemosphere. 64:1818-1828. Abstract
Meharg AA, Scrimgeour CM, Hossain SA, Fuller K, Cruickshank K, Williams PN, Kinniburgh DG.  2006.  Codeposition of organic carbon and arsenic in Bengal Delta aquifers. Environmental Science & Technology. 40:4928-4935. Abstract
Kevekordes K, Holland D, H N, Jenkins S, Kos R, Roberts S, Raven JA, Scrimgeour CM, Shelly K, Stojkovic S et al..  2006.  Inorganic carbon acquisition by eight species of Caulerpa (Caulerpaceae, Chlorophyta). Phycologia. 45:442-449. Abstract
Low JN, Scrimgeour CM, Horton P.  2005.  Elaidic acid, (trans-9-octadecenoic acid). Acta Crystallographica Section E-Structure Reports Online. E61:3730-3732. Abstract
Dyckmans J, Scrimgeour CM, Schmidt O.  2005.  A simple and rapid method for labelling earthworms with 15N and 13C. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 37:989-993. Abstract
Rangel-Castro JI, Killham K, Ostle N, Nicol GW, Anderson IC, Scrimgeour CM, Ineson P, Meharg A, Prosser JI.  2005.  Stable isotope probing analysis of the influence of liming on root exudate utilization by soil microrganisms. Environmental Microbiology. 7:828-838. Abstract
Ellis CJ, Crittenden PD, Scrimgeour CM, Ashcroft CJ.  2005.  Translocation of 15N indicates nitrogen recycling in the mat-forming lichen Cladonia portentosa. New Phytologist. 168:423-434. Abstract

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