Andrew C Dale
Andrew C Dale
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Confusion reigns? A review of marine megafauna interactions with tidal-stream environments
S Benjamins, AC Dale, G Hastie, JJ Waggitt, MA Lea, B Scott, B Wilson
Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review 53, 1-54, 2015
662015
Does presence of a mid-ocean ridge enhance biomass and biodiversity?
IG Priede, OA Bergstad, PI Miller, M Vecchione, A Gebruk, T Falkenhaug, ...
PloS one 8 (5), e61550, 2013
582013
Deep-sea fluid and sediment dynamics—Influence of hill-to seamount-scale seafloor topography
R Turnewitsch, S Falahat, J Nycander, A Dale, RB Scott, D Furnival
Earth-Science Reviews 127, 203-241, 2013
522013
A strategy for the conservation of biodiversity on mid-ocean ridges from deep-sea mining
DC Dunn, CL Van Dover, RJ Etter, CR Smith, LA Levin, T Morato, ...
Science advances 4 (7), eaar4313, 2018
462018
Modelling the movement of pollutants in the UK shelf seas
AJ Elliott, AC Dale, R Proctor
Marine Pollution Bulletin 24 (12), 614-619, 1992
411992
Spatial scale and environmental determinants in minke whale habitat use and foraging
P Anderwald, PGH Evans, R Dyer, A Dale, PJ Wright, AR Hoelzel
Marine Ecology Progress Series 450, 259, 2012
402012
Coastal-trapped waves and tides at near-inertial frequencies
AC Dale, JM Huthnance, TJ Sherwin
Journal of physical oceanography 31 (10), 2958-2970, 2001
372001
Impact of remotely generated eddies on plume dispersion at abyssal mining sites in the Pacific
D Aleynik, ME Inall, A Dale, A Vink
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-14, 2017
352017
Circulation and variability of the North Atlantic Current in the vicinity of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
JF Read, RT Pollard, PI Miller, AC Dale
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 57 (3), 307-318, 2010
342010
On the characteristics of internal tides and coastal upwelling behaviour in Marguerite Bay, west Antarctic Peninsula
MI Wallace, MP Meredith, MA Brandon, TJ Sherwin, A Dale, A Clarke
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 55 (18-19), 2023-2040, 2008
342008
Direct observations of along-isopycnal upwelling and diapycnal velocity at a shelfbreak front
JA Barth, D Hebert, AC Dale, DS Ullman
Journal of physical oceanography 34 (3), 543-565, 2004
322004
The extension of baroclinic coastal-trapped wave theory to superinertial frequencies
AC Dale, TJ Sherwin
Journal of physical oceanography 26 (11), 2305-2315, 1996
291996
A high resolution hydrodynamic model system suitable for novel harmful algal bloom modelling in areas of complex coastline and topography
D Aleynik, AC Dale, M Porter, K Davidson
Harmful Algae 53, 102-117, 2016
272016
The hydraulics of an evolving upwelling jet flowing around a cape
AC Dale, JA Barth
Journal of physical oceanography 31 (1), 226-243, 2001
252001
Largest baleen whale mass mortality during strong El Niņo event is likely related to harmful toxic algal bloom
V Häussermann, CS Gutstein, M Bedington, D Cassis, C Olavarria, ...
PeerJ 5, e3123, 2017
242017
Riding the tide: use of a moving tidal-stream habitat by harbour porpoises
S Benjamins, A Dale, N van Geel, B Wilson
Marine ecology progress series 549, 275-288, 2016
242016
Thermal front variability along the North Atlantic Current observed using microwave and infrared satellite data
PI Miller, JF Read, AC Dale
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 98, 244-256, 2013
222013
Changes in polychaete standing stock and diversity on the northern side of Senghor Seamount (NE Atlantic)
AJ Chivers, BE Narayanaswamy, PA Lamont, A Dale, R Turnewitsch
Biogeosciences 10, 3535-3546, 2013
202013
Observations of mixed layer restratification by onshore surface transport following wind reversal in a coastal upwelling region
AC Dale, JA Barth, MD Levine, JA Austin
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 113 (C1), 2008
192008
The front on the Northern Flank of Georges Bank in spring: 2. Cross-frontal fluxes and mixing
DS Ullman, AC Dale, D Hebert, JA Barth
JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ALL SERIES- 108 (11; SECT 3), 11-11, 2003
192003
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