Bryony Caswell
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New range data for marine invertebrate species across the early Toarcian (Early Jurassic) mass extinction
BA Caswell, AL Coe, AS Cohen
Journal of the Geological Society 166 (5), 859-872, 2009
952009
Primary productivity controls on opportunistic bivalves during Early Jurassic oceanic deoxygenation
BA Caswell, AL Coe
Geology 41 (11), 1163-1166, 2013
362013
A high-resolution shallow marine record of the Toarcian (Early Jurassic) Oceanic Anoxic Event from the East Midlands Shelf, UK
BA Caswell, AL Coe
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 365, 124-135, 2012
282012
The impact of anoxia on pelagic macrofauna during the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event (Early Jurassic)
BA Caswell, AL Coe
Proceedings of the Geologists' Association 125 (4), 383-391, 2014
262014
Marine ecosystem resilience during extreme deoxygenation: the Early Jurassic oceanic anoxic event
CLJ Caswell, B.A., Frid
Oecologia, 1-16, 2016
14*2016
Is long-term ecological functioning stable: The case of the marine benthos?
CLJ Frid, BA Caswell
Journal of sea research 98, 15-23, 2015
142015
Learning from the past: functional ecology of marine benthos during eight million years of aperiodic hypoxia, lessons from the Late Jurassic
BA Caswell, CLJ Frid
Oikos 122 (12), 1687-1699, 2013
132013
Marine pollution
CLJ Frid, BA Caswell
Oxford University Press, 2017
112017
Seafloor ecological functioning over two decades of organic enrichment
BA Caswell, M Paine, CLJ Frid
Marine pollution bulletin 136, 212-229, 2018
102018
Does ecological redundancy maintain functioning of marine benthos on centennial to millennial time scales?
CLJ Frid, BA Caswell
Marine Ecology 37 (2), 392-410, 2016
92016
Ecological functioning of mudflats: global analysis reveals both regional differences and widespread conservation of functioning
NG Dissanayake, CLJ Frid, TP Drylie, BA Caswell
Marine Ecology Progress Series 604, 1-20, 2018
62018
The response of the marine biota to the early Toarcian [Early Jurassic) oceanic anoxic event
BA Caswell
The Open University, 2009
32009
Recovery of benthic communities following the Toarcian oceanic anoxic event in the Cleveland Basin, UK
BA Caswell, SJ Dawn
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 521, 114-126, 2019
22019
An ecological status indicator for all time: Are AMBI and M-AMBI effective indicators of change in deep time?
BA Caswell, CLJ Frid, A Borja
Marine pollution bulletin 140, 472-484, 2019
12019
The Early Toarcian environmental event
A Coe, A Cohen, D Kemp, C Pearce, B Caswell, P Skelton
Volumina Jurassica 4 (4), 155-156, 2006
12006
Influence of climate-induced biogeographic range shifts on mudflat ecological functioning in the subtropics
BA Caswell, NG Dissanayake, CLJ Frid
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 106692, 2020
2020
Deep time ocean hypoxia: The impact on Jurassic marine ecosystems
BA Caswell, CLJ Frid
American Geophysical Union, Ocean Sciences Meeting 2016, abstract# AH52A-01, 2016
2016
Geochemical and biotic records of marine anoxia: Disentangling local and global signals
AS Cohen, AL Coe, CR Pearce, BA Caswell
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta Supplement 73, A234, 2009
2009
Response of marine biota to a period of oceanic anoxia during the Toarcian (Early Jurassic)
BA Caswell, AL Coe, AS Cohen
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2008
2008
Biodiversity, trait composition and ecological functioning: impacts of coastal urbanisation on subtropical mudflats
NG Dissanayake, CLJ Frid, BA Caswell
Marine and Freshwater Research, 0
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