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Social network analysis as a tool for marine spatial planning: impacts of decommissioning on connectivity in the North Sea.

Published online: 28 Jul 2020

Authors: Tidbury, H. & Taylor, N. & Molen, J. van der & Garcia, L. & Posen, P. & Gill, A. & Lincoln, S. & Judd, A. & Hyder, K.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Connectivity of marine populations and ecosystems is crucial to maintaining and enhancing their structure, distribution, persistence, resilience and p...

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Biological-based habitat classification approaches promote cost-efficient monitoring: an example using seabed assemblages.

Published online: 21 Jul 2020

Authors: Cooper, K. M. & Bolam, S. G. & Downie, A. L. & Barry, J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Seabed habitat maps can help facilitate the management of marine environments. A variety of approaches exist for seabed habitat classification. Most p...

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Sonic sea: impacts of noise on marine mammals.

Published online: 03 Aug 2016

Published by: International Fund for Animal Welfare

Content type: Miscellaneous

This article discusses the how sound is used by marine species to find prey, communicate, and even mate with their kind. However, the increasing level...

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Identifying hotpots of threats to marine megafauna.

Published online: 23 Jul 2020

Authors: Carneiro, A. P. B.

Content type: Miscellaneous

There is increased global awareness that the oceans are under threat. Marine megafauna such as seabirds, marine turtles, marine mammals, sharks and ra...

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So far, yet so close: ecological connectivity between ABNJ and territorial waters.

Published online: 09 May 2019

Authors: Popova, E. & Bladon, A. & Mohammed, E. Y. & Vousden, D. & Sauer, W.

Content type: Bulletin

United Nations member states are negotiating a new International Legally Binding Instrument (ILBI) on the conservation and sustainable management of m...

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Marine renewable energy: potential benefits to biodiversity? An urgent call for research.

Published online: 06 Jan 2010

Authors: Inger, R. & Attrill, M. J. & Bearhop, S. & Broderick, A. C. & Grecian, W. J. & Hodgson, D. J. & Mills, C. & Sheehan, E. & Votier, S. C. & Witt, M. J. & Godley, B. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The evidence for anthropogenically induced climate change is overwhelming with the production of greenhouse gases from burning fossil fuels being a ke...

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A response from the British Ecological Society to Defra's 'UK Marine Strategy Part One' consultation.

Published online: 22 May 2020

Published by: British Ecological Society

Content type: Miscellaneous

This paper presents the response of the British Ecological Society to Defra's 'UK Marine Strategy Part One' consultation wherein the following questio...

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Can fisherman and tour-boat guides reliably perceive changes in the abundance of large marine species over a sizable time gap?

Published online: 25 Aug 2021

Published by: British Ecological Society

Authors: Bessesen, B. L. & González-Suárez, M.

Content type: Miscellaneous

This article is a plain language summary of the study, The value and limitations of local ecological knowledge: Longitudinal and retrospective assessm...

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Hotspots of exotic free-spawning sex: man-made environment facilitates success of an invasive seastar.

Published online: 20 Jun 2012

Authors: Ling, S. D. & Johnson, C. R. & Mundy, C. N. & Morris, A. & Ross, D. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The introduction of exotic species to new areas poses a major threat to the environment. For those introduced species that establish and survive beyon...

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Uncovered pathways: modelling dispersal dynamics of ship-mediated marine introduced species.

Published online: 06 Mar 2021

Authors: Letschert, J. & Wolff, M. & Kluger, L. C. & Freudinger, C. & Ronquillo, J. & Keith, I.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Marine traffic is the main vector for marine non-indigenous species (NIS) that may hitchhike in ballast water tanks or attached to vessel hulls. Under...

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