Martin J Attrill
Affiliation: University of Plymouth
- Is climate change the most likely driver of range expansion for a critically endangered top predator in northeast Atlantic waters?Stephen C Votier
Marine Biology and Ecology Research Centre, School of Biological Sciences, University of Plymouth, Plymouth PL4 8AA, UK
Biol Lett 4:204-5; discussion 206-7. 2008
- Climatic influence on a marine fish assemblageMartin J Attrill
Department of Biological Sciences, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth, PL4 8AA, UK
Nature 417:275-8. 2002....
- Red shirt colour is associated with long-term team success in English footballMartin J Attrill
School of Biological Sciences, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, UK
J Sports Sci 26:577-82. 2008....
- A legal and ecological perspective of 'site integrity' to inform policy development and management of Special Areas of Conservation in EuropeSiân E Rees
Marine Institute, Plymouth University, Drake Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AA, UK
Mar Pollut Bull 72:14-21. 2013....
- Shallow-water Campanulariidae (Hydrozoa, Leptothecatae) from northern Bahía, BrazilFrancisco Kelmo
Marine Biology and Ecology Research Group, School of Biological Sciences, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth, Devon, PL4 8AA, United Kingdom
Rev Biol Trop 51:123-46. 2003..A simplified identification key, redescriptions, illustrations and data on nematocyst compliment are provided for each species. Campanularia hincksii, Clytia macrotheca and C. noliformis are reported from Brazil for the first time...
- A thematic cost-benefit analysis of a marine protected areaSiân E Rees
The Marine Institute, Marine Building, Level 3, Plymouth University, Drake Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AA, UK
J Environ Manage 114:476-85. 2013..However, this initial optimism is at risk if stakeholder expectation is not managed and the management vacuum is not filled...
- Recovery of meiofauna communities following mudflat disturbance by trampling associated with crab-tilingGareth E L Johnson
Marine Biology and Ecology Research Centre, Marine Institute, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AA, UK
Mar Environ Res 64:409-16. 2007..Results suggest that the predominant effect of disturbance may be vibration-induced burial, which causes nematodes to bury deeper into the sediment, beyond the depth sampled, and explains the rapid recovery...
- Privately managed marine reserves as a mechanism for the conservation of coral reef ecosystems: a case study from VietnamPatrik Svensson
Marine Institute, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, UK
Ambio 38:72-8. 2009....
- A quantitative, non-destructive methodology for habitat characterisation and benthic monitoring at offshore renewable energy developmentsEmma V Sheehan
Peninsula Research Institute for Marine Renewable Energy PRIMaRE, Marine Institute, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, United Kingdom
PLoS ONE 5:e14461. 2010..The complete methodology provides the first quantitative, relatively non-destructive method for monitoring mixed-substrate benthic communities beneath MPAs and MREIs pre- and post-device deployment...
- Epibenthic assessment of a renewable tidal energy siteEmma V Sheehan
Marine Institute, Plymouth University, Marine Building, Drake Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AA, UK
ScientificWorldJournal 2013:906180. 2013..This baseline survey can be used to select control habitats to compare and monitor the benthic communities after installation of the device and contribute towards the optimal siting of any future installation...
- Effect of a copper gradient on plant community structureBeate Strandberg
National Environmental Research Institute, Department of Terrestrial Ecology, P O Box 314, DK 8600 Silkeborg, Denmark
Environ Toxicol Chem 25:743-53. 2006..Interaction between copper and other stressors operating only in the field probably balance the higher bioavailability in spiked soil...