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Pahl, S and Wyles, K (2016) The human dimension: how social and behavioural research methods can help address microplastics in the environment Analytical Methods: advancing methods and applications.

Wyles, KJ, Pahl, S, Thomas, K and Thompson, RC (2016) Factors that can undermine the psychological benefits of coastal environments: Exploring the effect of tidal state, presence, and type of litter. Environment and Behavior, 48 (9). pp. 1095-1126.

Wyles, K, Pahl, S, Holland, M and Thompson, RC (2016) Can Beach Cleans Do More Than Clean-Up Litter? Comparing Beach Cleans to Other Coastal Activities Environment and Behavior.

Anderson, AG, Grose, J, Pahl, S, Thompson, RC and Wyles, K (2016) Microplastics in personal care products: Exploring perceptions of environmentalists, beauticians and students Marine Pollution Bulletin.

Wyles, KJ, Pahl, S and Thompson, RC (2014) Perceived risks and benefits of recreational visits to the marine environment: Integrating impacts on the environment and impacts on the visitor Ocean and Coastal Management, 88. pp. 53-63.

Wyles, KJ, Pahl, S, White, M, Morris, S, Cracknell, D and Thompson, RC (2013) Towards a Marine Mindset: Visiting an aquarium can improve attitudes and intentions regarding marine sustainability. Visitor Studies, 16 (1). pp. 95-110.

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Wyles, K, Hidalgo-Ruz, V, Pahl, S and Anderson, A (2015) Social aspects of microplastics in the marine environment [Report]

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