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  • Biodiversity in intertidal rock pools: informing engineering criteria for artificial habitat enhancement in the built environment. 

    Firth, LB; Schofield, M; White, FJ; Skov, MW; Hawkins, SJ (England, 2014-12)
    Coastal defence structures are proliferating to counter rising and stormier seas. With increasing concern about the ecological value of built environments, efforts are being made to create novel habitat to increase ...
  • The city as a refuge for insect pollinators. 

    Hall, DM; Camilo, GR; Tonietto, RK; Ollerton, J; Ahrné, K; Arduser, M; Ascher, JS; Baldock, KCR; Fowler, R; Frankie, G; Goulson, D; Gunnarsson, B; Hanley, ME; Jackson, JI; Langellotto, G; Lowenstein, D; Minor, ES; Philpott, SM; Potts, SG; Sirohi, MH; Spevak, EM; Stone, GN; Threlfall, CG (United States, 2017-02)
    Research on urban insect pollinators is changing views on the biological value and ecological importance of cities. The abundance and diversity of native bee species in urban landscapes that are absent in nearby rural ...
  • Coastal urbanization leads to remarkable seaweed species loss and community shifts along the SW Atlantic. 

    Scherner, F; Horta, PA; de Oliveira, EC; Simonassi, JC; Hall-Spencer, JM; Chow, F; Nunes, JMC; Pereira, SMB (England, 2013-11-15)
    Coastal urbanization is rapidly expanding worldwide while its impacts on seaweed communities remain poorly understood. We assessed the impact of urbanization along an extensive latitudinal gradient encompassing three ...

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