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  • The future of the northeast Atlantic benthic flora in a high CO2 world 

    Brodie, J; williamson, C; Smale, DA; Kamenos, NA; Mieszkowska, N; Santos, R; Cunliffe, M; Steinke, M; Yesson, C; Anderson, KM; Asnaghi, V; Brownlee, C; Burdett, HL; Burrows, MT; Collins, S; Donohue, PJC; Harvey, B; Foggo, A; Noisette, F; Nunes, J; Ragazzola, F; Raven, JA; Schmidt, DN; Suggett, D; Teichberg, M; Hall-Spencer, JM (Wiley Online, 2014-06-18)
    Seaweed and seagrass communities in the northeast Atlantic have been profoundly impacted by humans, and the rate of change is accelerating rapidly due to runaway CO2 emissions and mounting pressures on coastlines associated ...
  • Global habitat suitability of cold-water octocorals 

    Yesson, C; Taylor, ML; Tittensor, DP; Davies, AJ; Guinotte, J; Baco, A; Black, J; Hall-Spencer, JM; Rogers, AD (2012-07-01)
    Aim Three-quarters of Octocorallia species are found in deep waters. These cold-water octocoral colonies can form a major constituent of structurally complex habitats. The global distribution and the habitat requirements ...
  • Use of Species Distribution Modeling in the Deep Sea 

    Kenchington, E; Callery, O; Davidson, F; Grehan, A; Morato, T; Appiott, J; Davis, A; Dunstan, P; Du Preez, C; Finney, J; González-Irusta, JM; Howell, K; Knudby, A; Lacharité, M; Lee, J; Murillo, FJ; Beazley, L; Roberts, JM; Roberts, M; Rooper, C; Rowden, A; Rubidge, E; Stanley, R; Stirling, D; Tanaka, KR; Vanhatalo, J; Weigel, B; Woolley, S; Yesson, C (2019-03-01)
    In the last two decades the use of species distribution modeling (SDM) for the study and management of marine species has increased dramatically. The availability of predictor variables on a global scale and the ease of ...

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