Browsing by Author "Lohrer, Andrew M."

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  • Calcium carbonate alters the functional response of coastal sediments to eutrophication-induced acidification

    Drylie, Tarn P.; Needham, Hazel Rosemary; Lohrer, Andrew M.; Hartland, Adam; Pilditch, Conrad A. (Nature Publishing Group, 2019)
    Coastal ocean acidification research is dominated by laboratory-based studies that cannot necessarily predict real-world ecosystem response given its complexity. We enriched coastal sediments with increasing quantities of ...
  • Changes in ecosystem function across sedimentary gradients in estuaries

    Pratt, Daniel Robert; Lohrer, Andrew M.; Pilditch, Conrad A.; Thrush, Simon F. (Springer, 2014)
    The input of terrestrial silt and clay (hereafter mud) into coastal environments can alter sediment grain size distribution affecting the structure and functioning of benthic communities. The relationship between sediment ...
  • Communicating the value of marine conservation using an ecosystem service matrix approach

    Geange, Shane; Townsend, Michael; Clark, Dana; Ellis, Joanne I.; Lohrer, Andrew M. (Elsevier Science BV, 2019)
    Matrix approaches are useful for linking ecosystem services to habitats that underpin their delivery. Matrix applications in marine ecosystem services research have been primarily qualitative, focusing on 'habitat presence' ...
  • Context-specific bioturbation mediates changes to ecosystem functioning

    Needham, Hazel Rosemary; Pilditch, Conrad A.; Lohrer, Andrew M.; Thrush, Simon F. (Springer, 2011)
    Species are often grouped according to their biological or functional traits to better understand their contribution to ecosystem functioning. However, it is becoming clear that a single species can perform different roles ...
  • Density and habitat dependent effects of crab burrows on sediment erodibility

    Needham, Hazel Rosemary; Pilditch, Conrad A.; Lohrer, Andrew M.; Thrush, Simon F. (Elsevier, 2013)
    Despite biological interactions being highlighted as a key process in determining particle fluxes, relatively few studies have attempted to establish the links between burrow building bioturbators and sediment stability. ...

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