FitzGerald, A. and Syvret, M., 2018. Intermittent Microbial Water Quality Barriers to Bivalve Shellfish Production: Improvement and Management Options for Change in Relation to Prioritised Aquaculture Areas in England. For: Sea Fish Industry Authority.
Adamson, E., Syvret, M. and Woolmer, A., 2018. Shellfish Seed Supply for Aquaculture in the UK: Report on Views Collected from the Industry in 2017. 20p.
Syvret, M., 2017. Bivalve Shellfish Seed Survey – 2017. For: The Fishmongers’ Company, 46p.
Syvret, M. and Woolmer, A.P., 2017. Aquaculture Opportunities for Enclosed Marine Water Bodies – Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay Case Study. For: Mumbles Oyster Company Ltd., 116p.
Syvret, M., James, J., Bayes, J. and Woolmer, A., 2017. Development of a Generic Shellfish Hatchery Design with Associated Spatting Ponds. For: Mumbles Oyster Company Ltd., 54p.
Syvret, M., 2015. Local Oyster Hatchery Feasibility Study. Report for the Mumbles Oyster Company Ltd. and Swansea FLAG, 95p
Syvret, M. & Woolmer, A., 2015. Native oyster, Ostrea edulis – Subtidal Cultivation Handbook. Report for the Mumbles Oyster Company Ltd., 49p.
Syvret M. LeQ. + multiple authors, 2014. Prioritisation of knowledge-needs for sustainable aquaculture: a national and global perspective. Fish and Fisheries in press
Syvret, M., FitzGerald, A., Gray, M., Wilson, J., Ashley, M. and Ellis Jones, C., 2013. Aquaculture in Welsh Offshore Wind Farms: A feasibility study into potential cultivation in offshore wind farm sites. Report for the Shellfish Association of Great Britain, 250p. PL27 6RS
Margiotta, F., Courtney, H. & Syvret., M., 2011. Transnational cooperation in the European abalone farming sector: Which way to go? Aquaculture Europe, Vol. 36 (1), March 2011, pp. 12-18.
Woolmer, A.P., Syvret, M. & FitzGerald A., 2011. Restoration of Native Oyster, Ostrea edulis, in South Wales: Options and Approaches. CCW Contract Science Report No: 960, 98p.
Syvret, M. & FitzGerald, A., 2010. Working towards better water quality in partnership with agriculture. Information Leaflet for the Shellfish Association of Great Britain, 6p.
Syvret, M. & FitzGerald, A., 2010. Development of an Aquaculture Strategy for Jersey. Report for Fisheries and Marine Resources, Planning and Environment Department, States of Jersey, 158p.
FitzGerald, A., Syvret, M., Hamilton, A. & Pyke, M., 2010. SARF Project No. SARF066 – Review for Industry of Reduced Depuration Times for the Mussel Mytilus edulis – Final Report, 94p. ISBN: 978-1-907266-40-9
FitzGerald, A. & Syvret, M., 2010. SARF Project No. SARF065 – Trials to Enhance Oyster Depuration with Respect to Norovirus – Final Report, 28p.
Syvret, M., FitzGerald, A. & Hoare, P., 2008. FIFG Project No: 07/Eng/46/04 – Development of a Pacific Oyster Aquaculture Protocol for the UK – Technical Report, 195p.
Syvret, M. & FitzGerald, A., 2008. FIFG Project No: 07/Eng/46/04 – Development of a Pacific Oyster Aquaculture Protocol for the UK – Protocol Template, 23p.
Syvret, M., Bayes, J. & Utting, S., 2008. FIFG Project No: 06/Eng/46/05 – Sustainable Production of Native Oyster Spat for On-growing, 71p.
Syvret, M. & FitzGerald, A., 2008. Slipper Limpet Mortality Trials, Seed Mussel Project. Seafish Innovation Primer Research Award, 47p.
FitzGerald, A., & Syvret, M., 2008. Cage Trials. Report for the South West Abalone Growers Association, 45p.
Syvret, M. & Utting, S., 2004. Industry Profiles 2004 – England and Wales. Status of the Aquaculture Industry. Report for the Sea Fish Industry Authority, 27p.
Syvret, M., 2004. Sublittoral Ephemeral Mussel Seed Resources of the United Kingdom. Report prepared for submission to the Shellfish Association of Great Britain under Recommendation 2 of the Mussel Seed Strategy for Sublittoral Ephemeral Beds. Seafish Report No. SR554, 18p.
Syvret, M., 1997. M.Sc. Project: Some preliminary observations on factors affecting larval growth and success at metamorphosis of the King scallop, Pecten maximus (L.). University of Stirling, Scotland.
Syvret, M., 1995. B.Sc. Project: Appetite In Fish; A study of feeding rhythms in Scophthalmus maximus, using demand feeders and a computer analysis of the feeding periods with various different diets. U.C.N.W., Bangor.