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Effects of storm-induced sand scour on Patella vulgata off south-west Britain
(University of Plymouth, 2015)
This study investigates the impacts of storm-induced sand-scour on common limpets (Patella vulgata) off south-west Britain, focussing particularly on the physical impacts of this process, as well as shore recovery. Unusually ...
Testing the Degradation Rates of Degradable, Non-degradable and Bio-degradable Plastics Within Simulated Marine Environments
(University of Plymouth, 2008)
The effect marina design and recreational boating has on the spread of Non Indigenous Species
(University of Plymouth, 2010)
The spread of Non Indigenous Species (NIS) is a global problem and has major implications for the pattern of local biodiversity and ultimately the functioning of ecosystems. Invasive NIS are recognised as a major threat ...