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  • A global analysis of complexity–biodiversity relationships on marine artificial structures 

    Strain, EMA; Steinberg, PD; Vozzo, M; Johnston, EL; Abbiati, M; Aguilera, MA; Airoldi, L; Aguirre, JD; Ashton, G; Bernardi, M; Brooks, P; Chan, BKK; Cheah, CB; Chee, SY; Coutinho, R; Crowe, T; Davey, A; Firth, LB; Fraser, C; Hanley, ME; Hawkins, SJ; Knick, KE; Lau, ETC; Leung, KMY; McKenzie, C; Macleod, C; Mafanya, S; Mancuso, FP; Messano, LVR; Naval‐Xavier, LPD; Ng, TPT; O'Shaughnessy, KA; Pattrick, P; Perkins, MJ; Perkol‐Finkel, S; Porri, F; Ross, DJ; Ruiz, G; Sella, I; Seitz, R; Shirazi, R; Thiel, M; Thompson, RC; Yee, JC; Zabin, C; Bishop, MJ (Wiley, 2021-01)
  • Identifying the consequences of ocean sprawl for sedimentary habitats 

    Heery, EC; Bishop, MJ; Critchley, LP; Bugnot, AB; Airoldi, L; Mayer-Pinto, M; Sheehan, EV; Coleman, RA; Loke, LHL; Johnston, EL; Komyakova, V; Morris, RL; Strain, EMA; Naylor, LA; Dafforn, KA (2017-07-01)
    Extensive development and construction in marine and coastal systems is driving a phenomenon known as “ocean sprawl”. Ocean sprawl removes or transforms marine habitats through the addition of artificial structures and ...

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