Browsing publications by Professor Nick Polunin

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Fabrice Stephenson
Dr Aileen Mill
Dr Catherine Scott
Professor Nick Polunin
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
et al.
Experimental potting impacts on common UK reef habitats in areas of high and low fishing pressure2017
Professor Nick Polunin
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Dr Steve Newman
Polar compounds preclude mathematical lipid correction of carbon stable isotopes in deep-water sharks2017
Fabrice Stephenson
Professor Nick Polunin
Dr Aileen Mill
Dr Catherine Scott
Paula Lightfoot
et al.
Spatial and temporal changes in pot-fishing effort and habitat use2017
Professor Nick Polunin
Dr Steve Newman
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Stable isotopes reveal insight into food web dynamics of a data-poor deep-sea island slope community2017
Dr William Reid
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Dr Benjamin Wigham
Professor Nick Polunin
Isotopic niche variability in macroconsumers of the East Scotia Ridge (Southern Ocean) hydrothermal vents: What more can we learn from an ellipse?2016
Dr Margarita Lavides
Erina Molina
Dr Aileen Mill
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor Selina Stead
et al.
Patterns of Coral-Reef Finfish Species Disappearances Inferred from Fishers’ Knowledge in Global Epicentre of Marine Shorefish Diversity2016
Daniel Skerritt
Dr Pete Robertson
Dr Aileen Mill
Professor Nick Polunin
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
et al.
Fine-scale movement, activity patterns and home-ranges of European lobster Homarus gammarus2015
Dr William Reid
Christopher Sweeting
Dr Benjamin Wigham
Professor Nick Polunin
Linking regional variation of epibiotic bacterial diversity and trophic ecology in a new species of Kiwaidae (Decapoda, Anomura) from East Scotia Ridge (Antarctica) hydrothermal vents2015
Dr Rachel Turner
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Selina Stead
Mapping inshore fisheries: Comparing observed and perceived distributions of pot fishing activity in Northumberland2015
Professor Nick Polunin
Stuart Field
Dr Shaun Wilson
Measuring coral size-frequency distribution using stereo video technology, a comparison with in situ measurements2015
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