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Christina Skinner
Professor Aileen Mill
Dr Steven Newman
Dr Mike Zhu
Professor Nick Polunin
et al.
Offshore pelagic subsidies dominate carbon inputs to coral reef predators2021
Alexander Khan
Professor Aileen Mill
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Nick Polunin
Reliability of the data on tuna catches obtained from the dockside in Indonesia: A study of stakeholders' perceptions2020
Christina Skinner
Professor Aileen Mill
Dr Steven Newman
Professor Nick Polunin
The importance of oceanic atoll lagoons for coral reef predators2020
Christina Skinner
Dr Steven Newman
Professor Nick Polunin
Chronic spearfishing may indirectly affect reef health through reductions in parrotfish bite rates2019
Jessica Duffill Telsnig
Professor Aileen Mill
Professor Nick Polunin
Estimating contributions of pelagic and benthic pathways to consumer production in coupled marine food webs2019
Professor Nick Polunin
Dr William Reid
Fauna of the Kemp Caldera and its upper bathyal hydrothermal vents (South Sandwich Arc, Antarctica)2019
Yiou Zhu
Dr Steven Newman
Dr William Reid
Professor Nick Polunin
Fish stable-isotope community structure of a Bahamian coral reef2019
Christina Skinner
Professor Aileen Mill
Dr Steven Newman
Dr Matthew Cobain
Professor Nick Polunin
et al.
Novel tri-isotope ellipsoid approach reveals dietary variation in sympatric predators2019
Christina Skinner
Dr Steven Newman
Professor Aileen Mill
Professor Nick Polunin
Prevalence of pelagic dependence among coral reef predators across an atoll seascape2019
Professor Aileen Mill
Professor Nick Polunin
Skipjack (Katsuwonus pelamis) tuna pole-and-line marketing supply chains in Indonesia: Case study in Pulau Bacan2019
Professor Nick Polunin
Assessing resource use patterns of Mediterranean loggerhead sea turtles Caretta caretta (Linnaeus, 1758) through stable isotope analysis2018
Alexander Khan
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Aileen Mill
Professor Nick Polunin
Impact of a fishing moratorium on a tuna pole-and-line fishery in eastern Indonesia2018
Professor Jorge Cortes-Nunez
Professor Nick Polunin
Isotopic evidence of subtle nutrient enrichment in mangrove habitats of Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica2018
Wahyu Nugraha
Professor Aileen Mill
Professor Nick Polunin
Caribbean parrotfish density and size inside and outside marine protected area2017
Fabrice Stephenson
Professor Aileen Mill
Dr Catherine Scott
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor 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 Aileen Mill
Dr Gavin Stewart
Dr Matthew Grainger
Professor Nick Polunin
et al.
Socio-economic, technological and environmental drivers of spatio-temporal changes in fishing pressure2017
Fabrice Stephenson
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Aileen Mill
Dr Catherine Scott
Dr 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
Professor 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
Professor Aileen Mill
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor 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
Nicholas Graham
Dr Shaun Wilson
Dr Steve Newman
Professor Nick Polunin
Dr Tim McClanahan
et al.
Recovery potential of the world’s coral reef fishes2015
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
Professor 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 Peter Mumby
Jason Flower
Professor Clare Fitzsimmons
Dr Johanna Forster
Professor Selina Stead
et al.
Towards Reef Resilience and Sustainable Livelihoods: A handbook for Caribbean coral reef managers2014
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
Alexander Caveen
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Nick Polunin
MPA policy: What lies behind the science?2013
Dr Shaun Wilson
Nicholas Graham
Dr Rebecca Fisher
Professor Nick Polunin
Sea cucumbers in the Seychelles: effects of marine protected areas on high-value species2013
Dr William Reid
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Dr Benjamin Wigham
Professor Nick Polunin
Spatial Differences in East Scotia Ridge Hydrothermal Vent Food Webs: Influences of Chemistry, Microbiologyand Predation on Trophodynamics2013
Dr Rachel Turner
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Selina Stead
Territoriality as a driver of fishers' spatial behaviour in the Northumberland lobster fishery2013
Benjamin Kurten
Professor Nick Polunin
Tracking seasonal changes in North Sea zooplankton trophic dynamics using stable isotopes2013
Benjamin Kurten
Professor Nick Polunin
Trophodynamics and functional feeding groups of North Sea fauna: a combined stable isotope and fatty acid approach2013
Dr Martin Bailey
Professor Nick Polunin
A Sustainable Fishing Plan for the Farne Deeps Nephrops fishery2012
Alexander Caveen
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Nick Polunin
Are the scientific foundations of temperate marine reserves too warm and hard?2012
Nicholas Graham
Dr Rebecca Fisher
Professor Nick Polunin
Effect of Macroalgal Expansion and Marine Protected Areas on Coral Recovery Following a Climatic Disturbance2012
Dr William Reid
Dr Benjamin Wigham
Professor Nick Polunin
Elucidating trophic pathways in benthic deep-sea assemblages of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge north and south of the Charlie-Gibbs Fracture Zone2012
Daniel Skerritt
Professor Clare Fitzsimmons
Professor Nick Polunin
Investigating the impact of offshore wind farms on European Lobster (Homarus gammarus) and Brown Crab (Cancer pagurus) fisheries2012
Dr David Galvan
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Nick Polunin
Methodological uncertainty in resource mixing models for generalist fishes2012
Professor Nick Polunin
Samuel Peacock
Dr Benjamin Wigham
Methodologies for Assessing Spatial and Habitat Differences in Benthic Macroconsumer Biodiversity: Final Report2012
Helen Bloomfield
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Aileen Mill
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Nick Polunin
et al.
No-trawl area impacts: perceptions, compliance and fish abundances2012
Professor Nick Polunin
Dr Christopher Sweeting
The Discovery of New Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vent Communities in the Southern Ocean and Implications for Biogeography2012
Professor Clare Fitzsimmons
Professor Nick Polunin
Alexander Caveen
Dr Martin Bailey
Building expertise to assess MPA effects: does the Whitby prohibited trawling area provide protection for finfish?2011
Nicholas Graham
Professor Simon Jennings
Michael MacNeil
Dr Tim McClanahan
Professor Nick Polunin
et al.
Extinction vulnerability of coral reef fishes2011
Professor Nick Polunin
Dr Shaun Wilson
Global Human Footprint on the Linkage between Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning in Reef Fishes2011
Dr Nicholas Dulvy
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
The birds and the seas: body size reconciles differences in the abundance-occupancy relationship across marine and terrestrial vertebrates2011
Professor Nick Polunin
Comparison of three methods for quantifying topographic complexity on rocky shores2010
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Nick Polunin
Elucidating the trophodynamics of four coral reef fishes of the Solomon Islands using delta N-15 and delta C-132010
Dr Shaun Wilson
Dr Rebecca Fisher
Nicholas Graham
Dr Nicholas Dulvy
Professor Nick Polunin
et al.
Habitat degradation and fishing effects on the size structure of coral reef fish communities2010
Christina Hicks
Professor Clare Fitzsimmons
Professor Nick Polunin
Interdisciplinarity in the environmental sciences: barriers and frontiers2010
Michael MacNeil
Nicholas Graham
Dr Nicholas Dulvy
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
et al.
Transitional states in marine fisheries: adapting to predicted global change2010
Dr Shaun Wilson
Professor Nick Polunin
Coral mortality versus structural collapse as drivers of corallivorous butterflyfish decline2009
Dr Rachel Turner
Professor Nick Polunin
Defining the Northumberland Lobster Fishery2009
Professor Nick Polunin
Helen Bloomfield
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Developing indicators of MPA effectiveness: finfish abundance and diversity in a Yorkshire prohibited trawling area2009
Dr Margarita Lavides
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Selina Stead
Finfish disappearances around Bohol, Philippines inferred from traditional ecological knowledge2009
Michael MacNeil
Nicholas Graham
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Stephen Rushton
Hierarchical drivers of reef-fish metacommunity structure2009
Dr Tim McClanahan
Timothy Daw
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Nick Polunin
Identifying Reefs of Hope and Hopeful Actions: Contextualizing Environmental, Ecological, and Social Parameters to Respond Effectively to Climate Change2009
Dr Peter Mumby
Professor Nick Polunin
Clare Wormald
Recent Region-wide Declines in Caribbean Reef Fish Abundance2009
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Dr Fabio Badalamenti
Professor Nick Polunin
Steeper biomass spectra of demersal fish communities after trawler exclusion in Sicily2009
Professor Nick Polunin
Helen Bloomfield
Dr Christopher Sweeting
The effect of small prohibited trawling areas on the abundance of fish2009
Michael MacNeil
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor Nick Polunin
Accounting for detectability in reef-fish biodiversity estimates2008
Dr William Le Quesne
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Nick Polunin
An Overview of Spatial Management and Marine Protected Areas in the East China Sea2008
Dr William Le Quesne
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Jingyi Wu
Analysing ecosystem effects of selected marine protected areas with Ecospace spatial ecosystem models2008
Professor Simon Jennings
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Nick Polunin
Application of nitrogen stable isotope analysis in size-based marine food web and macroecological research2008
Professor Nick Polunin
Aquatic Ecosystems: Trends and Global Prospects2008
Professor Nick Polunin
Assessment of fish trophic status and relationships by stable isotope data in the coral reef lagoon of New Caledonia, southwest Pacific2008
Nicholas Graham
Dr Tim McClanahan
Michael MacNeil
Dr Shaun Wilson
Professor Nick Polunin
et al.
Climate warming, marine protected areas and the ocean-scale integrity of coral reef ecosystems2008
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Climate, people, fisheries and aquatic ecosystems2008
Dr Tim McClanahan
Timothy Daw
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Nick Polunin
Conservation action in a changing climate2008
Dr Shaun Wilson
Professor Nick Polunin
Coral bleaching and consequences for motile reef organisims: past, present and uncertain future effects2008
Michael MacNeil
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Tim McClanahan
Detection heterogeneity in underwater visual-census data2008
Rachel Turner
Nicholas Graham
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Selina Stead
Ecological and socio-economic responses to change in subsistence fishing societies2008
Dr Shaun Wilson
Nicholas Graham
Professor Nick Polunin
Dr Tim McClanahan
Effects of climate-induced coral bleaching on coral-reef fishes - Ecological and economic consequences2008
Dr Shaun Wilson
Dr Rebecca Fisher
Dr Nicholas Dulvy
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Stephen Rushton
et al.
Exploitation and habitat degradation as agents of change within coral reef fish communities2008
Dr Shaun Wilson
Professor Nick Polunin
Habitat utilization by coral reef fish: Implications for specialists vs. generalists in a changing environment2008
Dr Fabio Badalamenti
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Nick Polunin
John Pinnegar
Limited trophodynamics effects of trawling on three Mediterranean fishes2008
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
The importance of quantifying inherent variability when interpreting stable isotope field data2008
Professor Nick Polunin
Trends and global prospects of the Earth’s aquatic ecosystems2008
Saoud Al-Habsi
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Nick Polunin
Nicholas Graham
δ15N and δ13C elucidation of size-structured food webs in a Western Arabian Sea demersal trawl assemblage2008
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor John Bythell
Dr Christopher Sweeting
An environmental impact assessment of the Bao Fu Men grounding on Falahiyat Reef, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia2007
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor John Bythell
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Dean Hallam
An environmental impact assessment of the MV Cabanos grounding on Falahiyat Reef, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia2007
Dr Shaun Wilson
Nicholas Graham
Professor Nick Polunin
Appraisal of visual assessments of habitat complexity and benthic composition on coral reefs2007
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Daily carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus budgets for the Mediterranean planktivorous damselfish Chromis chromis2007
Rachel Turner
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Selina Stead
Dr Shaun Wilson
Declining reliance on marine resources in remote South Pacific societies: Ecological versus socio-economic drivers2007
Carolyn Barnes
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
Effect of temperature and ration size on carbon and nitrogen stable isotope trophic fractionation2007
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Simon Jennings
Effects of body size and environment on diet-tissue δ13C fractionation in fishes2007
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Carolyn Barnes
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Simon Jennings
Effects of body size and environment on diet-tissue δ15N fractionation in fishes2007
Professor Aileen Mill
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Explaining isotope trophic-step fractionation: Why herbivorous fish are different2007
Dr Tim McClanahan
Nicholas Graham
Professor Nick Polunin
Influence of instantaneous variation on estimates of coral reef fish populations and communities2007
Nicholas Graham
Dr Shaun Wilson
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
Jenna Robinson
et al.
Lag effects in the impacts of mass coral bleaching on coral reef fish, fisheries, and ecosystems2007
Nicholas Graham
Professor John Bythell
Dr Shaun Wilson
Professor Nick Polunin
Phase shifts and the role of herbivory in the resilience of coral reefs2007
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Dr William Le Quesne
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Jingyi Wu
A Review of the Similarities and Differences of Planning, Operation, Stakeholder Involvement and Effectiveness of Selected MPAs2006
Professor Nick Polunin
Dr Shaun Wilson
Dr Christopher Sweeting
An Environmental Impact Assessment of the Holland Klipper grounding on Jeddah Reef, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia2006
Dr Tim McClanahan
Professor Nick Polunin
Challenges and accomplishments towards sustainable reef fisheries2006
Annette Mühlig Genannt Hofmann
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Selina Stead
Nicholas Graham
Community-based marine resource management in Fiji - from yesterday to tomorrow2006
Nicholas Graham
Dr Shaun Wilson
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
Jenna Robinson
et al.
Dynamic fragility of oceanic coral reef ecosystems2006
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Simon Jennings
Effects of chemical lipid extraction and arithmetic lipid correction on stable isotope ratios of fish tissues2006
Dr Shaun Wilson
Nicholas Graham
Professor Nick Polunin
Multiple disturbances and the global degradation of coral reefs: Are reef fishes at risk or resilient?2006
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Planktivorous damselfish support significant nitrogen and phosphorus fluxes to Mediterranean reefs2006
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Planktivorous fishes: links between the littoral and the pelagic in the western Mediterranean2006
Annette Mühlig Genannt Hofmann
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Nick Polunin
Three to tango for community-based marine resource management in Fiji2006
Professor Selina Stead
Timothy Daw
Nicholas Graham
Professor Tim Gray
Professor Nick Polunin
et al.
Trends in climate change, coastal governance, coral reef ecology and socio-economic variation in the Seychelles2006
Professor Nick Polunin
Critical science gaps impede use of no-take fishery reserves2005
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
Marine Ecology: Processes, Systems and Impacts2005
Professor Nick Polunin
Pemba Research Centre Business Plan2005
Nicholas Graham
Dr Nicholas Dulvy
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
Size-spectra as indicators of the effects of fishing on coral reef fish assemblages2005
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
Variance in isotopic signatures as a descriptor of tissue turnover and degree of omnivory2005
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Selina Stead
Nicholas Graham
Community-based marine resource management in Fiji – from yesterday to tomorrow2004
Dr Nicholas Dulvy
Professor Nick Polunin
Coral reef cascades and the indirect effects of predator removal by exploitation2004
Professor Nick Polunin
Economic Valuation of Coral Reefs and Adjacent Habitats in American Samoa: Final Report2004
Nicholas Graham
Professor Nick Polunin
Effects of Fishing on Biodiversity in the North Sea2004
Professor Nick Polunin
Marine protected areas in management of coral reefs2004
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Predicting indirect effects of fishing in Mediterranean rocky littoral communities using a dynamic simulation model2004
Dr Nicholas Dulvy
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Aileen Mill
Nicholas Graham
Size structural change in lightly exploited coral reef fish communities: Evidence for weak indirect effects2004
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Spatial variation and ontogenic shifts in the isotopic composition of Mediterranean littoral fishes2004
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Nick Polunin
Professor Simon Jennings
Tissue and fixative dependent shifts of δ13C and δ15N in preserved ecological material2004
Professor Nick Polunin
Trophodynamic linkage between river runoff and coastal fishery yield elucidated by stable isotope data in the Gulf of Lions (NW Mediterranean)2004
Dr Nicholas Dulvy
Professor Nick Polunin
Using informal knowledge to infer human-induced rarity of a conspicuous reef fish2004
Professor Nick Polunin
Nicholas Graham
Impacts of fishing on coral reef populations2003
Emeritus Professor Peter Olive
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Dr Rachel Welch
Isotope trophic-step fractionation: A dynamic equilibrium model2003
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Dr Fabio Badalamenti
Long-term changes in the trophic level of western Mediterranean fishery and aquaculture landings2003
Professor Nick Polunin
Nicholas Graham
Preliminary analyses of overarching issues effecting the 21 marine and freshwater ecosystems2003
Professor Nick Polunin
5th International Conference on Environmental Future: Climate change and the future state of the world's aquatic ecosystems2002
Dr Nicholas Dulvy
Professor Nick Polunin
Rebecca Mitchell
Alternate states in species diverse marine benthic communities2002
Dr Tim McClanahan
Professor Nick Polunin
Ecological States and the Resilience of Coral Reefs2002
Dr Nicholas Dulvy
Rebecca Mitchell
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Nick Polunin
Erratum: Scale-dependant control of motile epifaunal community structure along a coral reef fishing gradient (Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (2002) 278 (1-29) PII: S0022098102003271)2002
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Insights into fish host-parasite trophic relationships revealed by stable isotope analysis2002
Professor Simon Jennings
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Linking size-based and trophic analyses of benthic community structure2002
John Pinnegar
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
Long-term changes in the trophic level of the Celtic Sea fish community and fish market price distribution2002
John Pinnegar
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
Long-term changes in the trophic level of the Celtic Sea fish community and fish market price distribution2002
Professor Nick Polunin
Marine protected areas, fish and fisheries2002
Dr Tim McClanahan
Professor Nick Polunin
Resilience of coral reefs2002
Dr Nicholas Dulvy
Rebecca Mitchell
Dr Christopher Sweeting
Professor Nick Polunin
Scale-dependant control of motile epifaunal community structure along a coral reef fishing gradient2002
Professor Nick Polunin
Size related dietary shifts of Epinephelus marginatus in a western Mediterranean littoral ecosystem: An isotope and stomach content analysis2002
Dr Fabio Badalamenti
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Size-related trophodynamic changes in three target fish species recovering from intensive trawling2002
Professor Nick Polunin
John Pinnegar
Trophic ecology and the structure of marine food webs2002
Professor Nick Polunin
John Pinnegar
Feeding relationships in Mediterranean bathyal assemblages elucidated by stable nitrogen and carbon isotope data2001
Professor Simon Jennings
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Impacts of trawling disturbance on the trophic structure of benthic invertebrate communities2001
Professor Nick Polunin
Large-scale associations between macroalgal cover and grazer biomass on mid-depth reefs in the Caribbean2001
Professor Nick Polunin
Vicki Hendrick
Limits to grazing by herbivorous fishes and the impact of low coral cover on macroalgal abundance on a coral reef in Belize2001
Professor Nick Polunin
Marine protected areas in the North Sea2001
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Unusual stable isotope fractionation patterns observed for fish host-parasite trophic relationships2001
Professor Simon Jennings
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Weak cross-species relationships between body size and trophic level belie powerful size-based trophic structuring in fish communities2001
Professor Nick Polunin
Comparative assessment of stakeholder management in traditional Fijian fishing-grounds2000
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Contributions of stable-isotope data to elucidating food webs of Mediterranean rocky littoral fishes2000
Professor Nick Polunin
Differences between protected and unprotected reefs of the western Caribbean in attributes preferred by dive tourists2000
Dr Fabio Badalamenti
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Estimates of trophic level in the red mullet Mullus barbatus: a comparison between gut-contents and stable-isotope data2000
Professor Nick Polunin
Executive Summary2000
Professor Nick Polunin
The deep-sea fishery of the Balearic Islands and the trophic level of the exploited resources2000
Professor Nick Polunin
The Mediterranean: Marine protected areas and the recovery of a large marine ecosystem2000
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Dr Fabio Badalamenti
Trophic cascades in benthic marine ecosystems: Lessons for fisheries and protected-area management2000
Professor Nick Polunin
John Pinnegar
Trophic-level dynamics inferred from stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen2000
John Pinnegar
Professor Nick Polunin
Differential fractionation of delta C-13 and delta N-15 among fish tissues: implications for the study of trophic interactions1999
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
Predicting the vulnerability of tropical reef fishes to exploitation with phylogenies and life histories1999
Dr Tim McClanahan
Vicki Hendrick
Professor Nick Polunin
Varying responses of herbivorous and invertebrate-feeding fishes to macroalgal reduction on a coral reef1999
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
Impacts of predator depletion by fishing on the biomass and diversity of non-target reef fish communities1997
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
Spatial variation in the 15N and 13C stable isotope composition of plants, invertebrates and fishes on Mediterranean reefs: Implications for the study of trophic pathways1997
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
Effects of fishing effort and catch rate upon the structure and biomass of Fijian reef fish communities1996
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
Fishing strategies, fishery development and socioeconomics in traditionally managed Fijian fishing grounds1996
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
Habitat correlates of the distribution and biomass of Seychelles' reef fishes1996
Professor Simon Jennings
Professor Nick Polunin
Seychelles' marine protected areas: Comparative structure and status of reef fish communities1996