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Fishing, trophic cascades, and the process of grazing on coral reefs
PJ Mumby, CP Dahlgren, AR Harborne, CV Kappel, F Micheli, ...
science 311 (5757), 98-101, 2006
10792006
Offshore renewable energy: ecological implications of generating electricity in the coastal zone
AB Gill
Journal of applied ecology, 605-615, 2005
5132005
Environmental and ecological effects of ocean renewable energy development: a current synthesis
GW Boehlert, AB Gill
Oceanography 23 (2), 68-81, 2010
4322010
How important is climate? Effects of warming, nutrient addition and fish on phytoplankton in shallow lake microcosms
B Moss, D McKee, D Atkinson, SE Collings, JW Eaton, AB Gill, I Harvey, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 40 (5), 782-792, 2003
2652003
Response of freshwater microcosm communities to nutrients, fish, and elevated temperature during winter and summer
D McKee, D Atkinson, SE Collings, JW Eaton, AB Gill, I Harvey, K Hatton, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 48 (2), 707-722, 2003
1792003
The dynamics of prey choice in fish: the importance of prey size and satiation
AB Gill
Journal of fish biology 63, 105-116, 2003
1442003
Feeding behaviour and prey choice of the threespine stickleback: the interacting effects of prey size, fish size and stomach fullness
AB Gill, PJB Hart
Animal behaviour 47 (4), 921-932, 1994
1341994
Potential interactions between diadromous fishes of UK conservation importance and the electromagnetic fields and subsea noise from marine renewable energy developments
AB Gill, M Bartlett, F Thomsen
Journal of Fish Biology 81 (2), 664-695, 2012
1262012
Annex IV 2016 state of the science report: Environmental effects of marine renewable energy development around the world
A Copping, N Sather, L Hanna, J Whiting, G Zydlewski, G Staines, A Gill, ...
Report for Ocean Energy System (OES), 2016
1152016
Environmental benefits of leaving offshore infrastructure in the ocean
AM Fowler, AM Jørgensen, JC Svendsen, PI Macreadie, DOB Jones, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 16 (10), 571-578, 2018
802018
Evolution of foraging behaviour in the threespine stickleback
PJB Hart, AB Gill
The evolutionary biology of the threespine stickleback, 207-239, 1994
801994
Benthic effects of offshore renewables: identification of knowledge gaps and urgently needed research
J Dannheim, L Bergström, SNR Birchenough, R Brzana, AR Boon, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 77 (3), 1092-1108, 2020
772020
Assessing the cumulative environmental effects of marine renewable energy developments: Establishing common ground
E Willsteed, AB Gill, SNR Birchenough, S Jude
Science of the Total Environment 577, 19-32, 2017
742017
Effects of EMFs from undersea power cables on elasmobranchs and other marine species
E Normandeau, T Tricas, A Gill
US Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation, and …, 2011
692011
Turning off the DRIP (‘Data-rich, information-poor’)–rationalising monitoring with a focus on marine renewable energy developments and the benthos
TA Wilding, AB Gill, A Boon, E Sheehan, JC Dauvin, JP Pezy, F O’beirn, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 74, 848-859, 2017
682017
Offshore wind park monitoring programmes, lessons learned and recommendations for the future
H Lindeboom, S Degraer, J Dannheim, AB Gill, D Wilhelmsson
Hydrobiologia 756 (1), 169-180, 2015
652015
Constraints on prey size selection by the three‐spined stickleback: energy requirements and the capacity and fullness of the gut
PJB Hart, AB Gill
Journal of fish biology 40 (2), 205-218, 1992
641992
COWRIE 2.0 Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) Phase 2: EMF-sensitive fish response to EM emissions from sub-sea electricity cables of the type used by the offshore renewable energy …
AB Gill, Y Huang, I Gloyne-Philips, J Metcalfe, V Quayle, J Spencer, ...
Commissioned by COWRIE Ltd (project reference COWRIE-EMF-1-06) 68, 2009
622009
Marine renewable energy, electromagnetic (EM) fields and EM-sensitive animals
AB Gill, I Gloyne-Philips, J Kimber, P Sigray
Marine renewable energy technology and environmental interactions, 61-79, 2014
572014
The potential effects of electromagnetic fields generated by cabling between offshore wind turbines upon elasmobranch fishes
AB Gill, H Taylor
Countryside Council for Wales 33 (10), 2001
552001
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