As an Early Career Researcher, I am still in the early stages of building my publication record. If you are unable to access any of my work, I am happy to provide a pdf copy – just drop me an email at I also try to post pdfs to ResearchGate wherever possible.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

  • Hegarty, S., Hayes, A., Regan, F., Bishop, I.J, and Clinton, R (2021) ‘Using citizen science to understand river water quality while filling data gaps to meet United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 6 objectives. STOTEN 783, 146593.

  • Bishop, I. J., Warner, S., van Noordwijk, T (C. G. E)., Nyoni, F. C and Loiselle, S (2020) ‘Citizen science monitoring for sustainable development goal indicator 6.3.2 in England and Zambia.’ Sustainability 12(24), 10271.

  • Roberts, L. R., Bishop, I. J., and Adams, J. K. (2020). ‘Anthropogenically forced change in aquatic ecosystems: Reflections on the use of monitoring, archival and palaeolimnological data to inform conservation.’ Geo: Geography and Environment, 7(1), e00089.
  • Bishop, I. J, Bennion, H, Sayer, C. D, Patmore, I. R, Yang, H and Rose, N (2019) ’Filling the “data gap”: Using paleoecology to explore the decline of Najas flexilis (a rare aquatic plant).’ Geo: Geography and the Environment.
  • Bishop, I. J, Bennion, H, Patmore, I. R and Sayer, C. D (2018) ‘How effective are plant macrofossils as a proxy for macrophyte presence/abundance? The case of Najas flexilis in Scotland, UK.’ Journal of Paleolimnology 60(2), 153 – 165.

Book chapters

  • Van Noordwijk, T (C. G. E), Bishop, I. J, Staunton-Lamb, S., Oldfield, A, Loiselle, S., Geoghegan, H and Ceccaroni, L (2020) Creating positive environmental impact through citizen science. In: Vohland, K et. al. (eds) The Science of Citizen Science. Springer, Cham.

Commissioned Reports/White Papers

  • Bishop, I. J et. al. (2021) The role of citizen science in UK freshwater monitoring. Earthwatch Europe, Oxford, UK.
  • Bishop, I. J, Bennion, H and Sayer, C. D (2018) ’Investigating the ecology and decline of Najas flexilis in the UK using ecology and palaeoecology.’ SNH commissioned report.

PhD Thesis

  • Bishop, I. J (2018) ‘Understanding the habitat and decline of Najas flexilis (Willd.) Rostk. & Schmidt in the UK using ecology and paleoecology.’ Thesis submitted for the award of Doctor of Philosophy, University College London. Full text can be accessed here.


Works in progress

  • Bishop, I. J, Loiselle, S, Thornhill, I et. al. (in prep) FreshWater Watch: Investigating the health of freshwater ecosystems on an unprecedented global scale.
  • Bishop, I. J, Thornhill, I, Watson, A, Velasquez, L. F et. al. (in prep) ‘Informing targeted water quality monitoring schemes using citizen science: The WaterBlitz approach.’

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