|2016||Mapping diversity in Pembrokeshire - A biological application of ArcGIS||Weston||12||3||309|
|1999||A checklist of Bryophyte species recorded in Pembrokeshire||Rhind||9||3||256|
|2001||A review of rook status, with new South Pembrokeshire data 1986-1996||Little, Little & Levell||10||1||268|
|1999||West Angle Bay, a case study. Littoral monotoring of permanent quadrats before and after the Sea Empress oil spill||Crump, Morley & Williams||9||3||255|
|1994||Brackish saltmarsh communities in the Glaslyn Marsh Trust Reserve||Rhind & Jones||8||3||229|
|1992||Distribution of sessile marine organisms on the wall of a littoral limestone cave at Barafundle Bay, South Pembrokeshire||Ward||8||1||213|
|1991||Orielton Duck Decoy: the story of its decline||Scott & Mitchell||7||4||210|
|1986||Sea Spiders (Pycnogonids) in and around Milford Haven (Southwest Wales)||King & Case||6||3||180|
|1986||Studies on barnacles limpets and topshells in Milford Haven||Little, Dicks & Crothers||6||3||178|
|1986||Population structure of Lithophyllum incrustans (Philippi) (Corallinales Rhodophyta) from Southwest Wales||Edyvean & Ford||6||3||174|
|1982||The use for teaching purposes of a rocky shore receiving refinery effluent||Iball & Crump||5||4||150|
|1982||Environmental effects (1969-1981) of a refinery effluent discharged into Littlewick Bay, Milford Haven||Petpiroon & Dicks||5||4||149|
|1975||Diurnal variations in physico-chemical conditions within intertidal rockpools||Daniel & Boyden||4||2||102|
|1975||Sub-littoral nudibranch mollusca (sea slugs) in Pembrokeshire waters||Hunnam & Brown||4||2||101|
|1970||The salt marshes of Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire||Dalby||3||2||71|
|1967||Marine biology of Milford Haven : the distribution of littoral plants and animals||Nelson-Smith||2||4||50|
|1965||Marine biology of Milford Haven: the physical environment||Nelson-Smith||2||2||39|
|1960||Population changes around the shores of Milford Haven from 1800 to the present day||Gilpin||1||2||10|
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