*Fay Couceiro; DENI studentship: sediment-nutrient exchange processes.
*Jonathan Stewart; DENI studentship: current velocities and seaweed morphology.
Gwenaelle Moncoiffe; PhD. student self-supporting, relating upwelling processes to marine microbial photosynthetic and respiration rates. Awarded PhD. July 1995.Title: The response of microbial plankton photosynthetic, respiration and growth rates to upwelling processes in the Ria de Vigo (N.W. Spain).
Linda Gilpin; PhD. student supported by DENI investigating nitrogen uptake by marine phytoplankton. Awarded PhD. May 1993. Title: Nitrogen uptake and assimilation in coastal and oceanic phytoplankton.
Lucinda Blakiston-Houston; self supporting PhD student considering nutrient distributions in shelf seas. Awarded PhD. September 1992. Title: Distribution and dynamics of nutrients on the Scottish north-west shelf region.
Pamela Mulvenna; PhD. student supported by DARDNI studying the dynamics of urea in coastal waters. Awarded PhD. April 1992. Title: The influence of sedimentary and macroalgal processes on nitrogenous concentrations in coastal waters, with special reference to urea.
Hugh Harte; MSc. student, self-supporting, studying the effect of light on diatom cultures. Awarded MSc. October 1991. Title: Studies on the influences of low photon flux density on growth and photosynthesis by the marine diatom Phaedactylum tricornutum Bohlin.
Philip Boyd; self-supporting PhD. student considering carbon fluxes in marine mIcrobial ecosystems. Awarded PhD. September 1990. Title: Carbon fluxes in marine microbial ecosystems.