Ashley Rowden
Ashley Rowden
National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research and Victoria University of Wellington
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Man and the last great wilderness: human impact on the deep sea
E Ramirez-Llodra, PA Tyler, MC Baker, OA Bergstad, MR Clark, ...
PLoS one 6 (8), e22588, 2011
The ecology of seamounts: structure, function, and human impacts
MR Clark, AA Rowden, T Schlacher, A Williams, M Consalvey, KI Stocks, ...
Annual Review of Marine Science 2 (1), 253-278, 2010
Submarine canyons: hotspots of benthic biomass and productivity in the deep sea
FC De Leo, CR Smith, AA Rowden, DA Bowden, MR Clark
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1695), 2783-2792, 2010
The importance of seagrass beds as a habitat for fishery species
EL Jackson, AA Rowden, MJ Attrill, SJ Bossey, MB Jones
Oceanography and marine biology 39, 269-304, 2001
The impacts of deep-sea fisheries on benthic communities: a review
MR Clark, F Althaus, TA Schlacher, A Williams, DA Bowden, AA Rowden
ICES Journal of Marine Science 73 (suppl_1), i51-i69, 2016
Predicting global habitat suitability for stony corals on seamounts
DP Tittensor, AR Baco, PE Brewin, MR Clark, M Consalvey, ...
Journal of Biogeography 36 (6), 1111-1128, 2009
Are macroinvertebrate communities influenced by seagrass structural complexity?
MJ Attrill, JA Strong, AA Rowden
Ecography 23 (1), 114-121, 2000
Mining of deep-sea seafloor massive sulfides: a review of the deposits, their benthic communities, impacts from mining, regulatory frameworks and management strategies
RE Boschen, AA Rowden, MR Clark, JPA Gardner
Ocean & coastal management 84, 54-67, 2013
Ocean climate anomalies and the ecology of the North Sea
M Edwards, G Beaugrand, PC Reid, AA Rowden, MB Jones
Marine Ecology Progress Series 239, 1-10, 2002
Defining “serious harm” to the marine environment in the context of deep-seabed mining
LA Levin, K Mengerink, KM Gjerde, AA Rowden, CL Van Dover, MR Clark, ...
Marine Policy 74, 245-259, 2016
Seamount megabenthic assemblages fail to recover from trawling impacts
A Williams, TA Schlacher, AA Rowden, F Althaus, MR Clark, DA Bowden, ...
Marine Ecology 31, 183-199, 2010
Marine fish may be biochemically constrained from inhabiting the deepest ocean depths
PH Yancey, ME Gerringer, JC Drazen, AA Rowden, A Jamieson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (12), 4461-4465, 2014
Effect of deepwater trawling on the macro-invertebrate assemblages of seamounts on the Chatham Rise, New Zealand
MR Clark, AA Rowden
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 56 (9), 1540-1554, 2009
Paradigms in seamount ecology: fact, fiction and future
AA Rowden, JF Dower, TA Schlacher, M Consalvey, MR Clark
Marine Ecology 31, 226-241, 2010
Ecological role of submarine canyons and need for canyon conservation: a review
U Fernandez-Arcaya, E Ramirez-Llodra, J Aguzzi, AL Allcock, JS Davies, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 5, 2017
Effect of patch size and in-patch location on the infaunal macroinvertebrate assemblages of Zostera marina seagrass beds
DA Bowden, AA Rowden, MJ Attrill
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 259 (2), 133-154, 2001
Effect of biodeposits from mussel culture on macroinvertebrate assemblages at sites of different hydrodynamic regime
ND Hartstein, AA Rowden
Marine Environmental Research 57 (5), 339-357, 2004
A test of the seamount oasis hypothesis: seamounts support higher epibenthic megafaunal biomass than adjacent slopes
AA Rowden, TA Schlacher, A Williams, MR Clark, R Stewart, F Althaus, ...
Marine Ecology 31, 95-106, 2010
Effect of Shoot Density on the Infaunal Macro-invertebrate Community within aZostera marinaSeagrass Bed
PJ Webster, AA Rowden, MJ Attrill
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 47 (3), 351-357, 1998
Static and dynamic environmental factors determining the community structure of estuarine macrobenthos in SW Britain: why is the Severn estuary different?
RM Warwick, JD Goss-Custard, R Kirby, CL George, ND Pope, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology, 329-345, 1991
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