Steve Simpson
Steve Simpson
Professor of Marine Biology & Global Change, University of Exeter
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Homeward sound
SD Simpson, M Meekan, J Montgomery, R McCauley, A Jeffs
Science 308 (5719), 221-221, 2005
3502005
Sound as an orientation cue for the pelagic larvae of reef fishes and decapod crustaceans
JC Montgomery, A Jeffs, SD Simpson, M Meekan, C Tindle
Advances in marine biology 51, 143-196, 2006
2982006
Ocean acidification erodes crucial auditory behaviour in a marine fish
SD Simpson, PL Munday, ML Wittenrich, R Manassa, DL Dixson, ...
Biology letters 7 (6), 917-920, 2011
2832011
Continental shelf-wide response of a fish assemblage to rapid warming of the sea
SD Simpson, S Jennings, MP Johnson, JL Blanchard, PJ Schön, ...
Current Biology 21 (18), 1565-1570, 2011
1902011
Attraction of settlement-stage coral reef fishes to reef noise
SD Simpson, MG Meekan, RD McCauley, A Jeffs
Marine Ecology Progress Series 276, 263-268, 2004
1882004
Impacts of anthropogenic noise on marine life: Publication patterns, new discoveries, and future directions in research and management
R Williams, AJ Wright, E Ashe, LK Blight, R Bruintjes, R Canessa, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 115, 17-24, 2015
1802015
Coral larvae move toward reef sounds
MJA Vermeij, KL Marhaver, CM Huijbers, I Nagelkerken, SD Simpson
PloS one 5 (5), e10660, 2010
1692010
Anthropogenic noise increases fish mortality by predation
SD Simpson, AN Radford, SL Nedelec, MCO Ferrari, DP Chivers, ...
Nature communications 7, 10544, 2016
1672016
Noise negatively affects foraging and antipredator behaviour in shore crabs
MA Wale, SD Simpson, AN Radford
Animal Behaviour 86 (1), 111-118, 2013
1672013
Acoustic communication in a noisy world: can fish compete with anthropogenic noise?
AN Radford, E Kerridge, SD Simpson
Behavioral Ecology 25 (5), 1022-1030, 2014
1632014
Anthropogenic noise compromises antipredator behaviour in European eels
SD Simpson, J Purser, AN Radford
Global change biology 21 (2), 586-593, 2015
1462015
Settlement-stage coral reef fish prefer the higher-frequency invertebrate-generated audible component of reef noise
SD Simpson, MG Meekan, A Jeffs, JC Montgomery, RD McCauley
Animal Behaviour 75 (6), 1861-1868, 2008
1402008
Boat noise disrupts orientation behaviour in a coral reef fish
S Holles, SD Simpson, AN Radford, L Berten, D Lecchini
Marine Ecology Progress Series 485, 295-300, 2013
1312013
Group navigation and the “many‐wrongs principle” in models of animal movement
EA Codling, JW Pitchford, SD Simpson
Ecology 88 (7), 1864-1870, 2007
1292007
Juvenile coral reef fish use sound to locate habitats
CA Radford, JA Stanley, SD Simpson, AG Jeffs
Coral Reefs 30 (2), 295-305, 2011
1162011
Size-dependent physiological responses of shore crabs to single and repeated playback of ship noise
MA Wale, SD Simpson, AN Radford
Biology letters 9 (2), 20121194, 2013
1112013
Acoustic noise reduces foraging success in two sympatric fish species via different mechanisms
IK Voellmy, J Purser, D Flynn, P Kennedy, SD Simpson, AN Radford
Animal Behaviour 89, 191-198, 2014
1082014
Temperature-driven phenological changes within a marine larval fish assemblage
MJ Genner, NC Halliday, SD Simpson, AJ Southward, SJ Hawkins, ...
Journal of Plankton Research 32 (5), 699-708, 2010
1082010
A test of the senses: fish select novel habitats by responding to multiple cues
CM Huijbers, I Nagelkerken, PAC Lössbroek, IE Schulten, A Siegenthaler, ...
Ecology 93 (1), 46-55, 2012
1042012
Spatial patterns in reef-generated noise relate to habitats and communities: evidence from a Panamanian case study
EV Kennedy, MW Holderied, JM Mair, HM Guzman, SD Simpson
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 395 (1-2), 85-92, 2010
962010
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