Browsing publications by Professor Nick Polunin

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
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
Dr Steve Newman
Charlie Dryden
Dr Peter Mumby
Professor Nick Polunin
Reef flattening effects on total richness and species responses in the Caribbean2015
Alexander Caveen
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
The Controversy over Marine Protected Areas: Science Meets Policy2015
Alexander Caveen
Dr Clare Fitzsimmons
Christopher Sweeting
Helen Bloomfield
Dr Estelle Jones
et al.
Diverging Strategies to Planning an Ecologically Coherent Network of MPAs in the North Sea: The Roles of Advocacy, Evidence and Pragmatism in the Face of Uncertainty2014
Dr Rachel Turner
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Selina Stead
Social networks and fishers' behavior: exploring the links between information flow and fishing success in the Northumberland lobster fishery2014
Maria Valls
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Nick Polunin
Structure and dynamics of food webs in the water column on shelf and slope grounds of the western Mediterranean2014
Richard Dunne
Professor Nick Polunin
The Creation of the Chagos Marine Protected Area: A Fisheries Perspective2014
Dr William Reid
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Dr Benjamin Wigham
Professor Nick Polunin
High variability in spatial and temporal size-based trophodynamics of deep-sea fishes from the Mid-Atlantic Ridge elucidated by stable isotopes2013
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