Dr Natalia Serpetti
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Impact of ocean warming on sustainable fisheries management informs the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries
N Serpetti, AR Baudron, MT Burrows, BL Payne, P Helaouet, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-15, 2017
A Stepwise Fitting Procedure for automated fitting of Ecopath with Ecosim models
E Scott, N Serpetti, J Steenbeek, JJ Heymans
SoftwareX 5, 25-30, 2016
Blending single beam RoxAnn and multi-beam swathe QTC hydro-acoustic discrimination techniques for the Stonehaven area, Scotland, UK
N Serpetti, M Heath, E Armstrong, U Witte
Journal of Sea Research 65 (4), 442-455, 2011
Ecological adaptations and commensal evolution of the Polynoidae (Polychaeta) in the Southwest Indian Ocean Ridge: A phylogenetic approach
N Serpetti, ML Taylor, D Brennan, DH Green, AD Rogers, GLJ Paterson, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 137, 273-281, 2017
A general framework for combining ecosystem models
MA Spence, JL Blanchard, AG Rossberg, MR Heath, JJ Heymans, ...
Fish and Fisheries 19 (6), 1031-1042, 2018
Investigating the potential impacts of ocean warming on the Norwegian and Barents Seas ecosystem using a time-dynamic food-web model
JW Bentley, N Serpetti, JJ Heymans
Ecological Modelling 360, 94-107, 2017
Modelling the sensitivity of suspended sediment profiles to tidal current and wave conditions
M Heath, A Sabatino, N Serpetti, C McCaig, ROH Murray
Ocean & Coastal Management 147, 49-66, 2017
Statistical modeling of variability in sediment-water nutrient and oxygen fluxes
N Serpetti, UFM Witte, MR Heath
Frontiers in earth science 4, 65, 2016
Macrofaunal community inside and outside of the Darwin Mounds Special Area of Conservation, NE Atlantic
N Serpetti, E Gontikaki, BE Narayanaswamy, U Witte
Biogeosciences, 2013
High resolution mapping of sediment organic matter from acoustic reflectance data
N Serpetti, M Heath, M Rose, U Witte
Hydrobiologia 680 (1), 265-284, 2012
Diet uncertainty analysis strengthens model-derived indicators of food web structure and function
JW Bentley, D Hines, S Borrett, N Serpetti, C Fox, DG Reid, JJ Heymans
Ecological Indicators 98, 239-250, 2019
Benthic biodiversity of seamounts in the southwest Indian Ocean
AD Rogers, PH Boersch-Supan, C Chen, A Chivers, JT Copley, ...
Cruise Report “RRS James Cook” Southern Indian Ocean Seamounts (IUCN/UNDP …, 2012
Scoping the impact of tidal and wave energy extraction on suspended sediment concentrations and underwater light climate
MR Heath, AD Sabatino, N Serpetti, RB O’Hara Murray
Marine Alliance for Science and Technology Scotland (MASTS), 2015
Modelling and mapping the physical and biogeochemical properties of sediments on the North Sea coastal waters
N Serpetti
University of Aberdeen, 2012
Fishers’ knowledge improves the accuracy of food web model predictions
JW Bentley, N Serpetti, C Fox, JJ Heymans, DG Reid
ICES Journal of Marine Science 76 (4), 897-912, 2019
Can the common fisheries policy achieve good environmental status in exploited ecosystems: The west of Scotland demersal fisheries example
AR Baudron, N Serpetti, NG Fallon, JJ Heymans, PG Fernandes
Fisheries Research 211, 217-230, 2019
Modelling the food web in the Irish Sea in the context of a depleted commercial fish community. Part 1: Ecopath Technical Report
JW Bentley, N Serpetti, C Fox, D Reid, JJ Heymans
DOI: 10.6084/m9.figshare.6323120.v1, 2018
Multi-model ensembles for ecosystem prediction
MA Spence, JL Blanchard, AG Rossberg, MR Heath, JJ Heymans, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1709.05189, 2017
What lies within; Annelid polychaetes found in micro-habitats of coral/carbonate material from SW Indian ocean seamounts
BE Narayanaswamy, T Rea, N Serpetti, PA Lamont
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 137, 157-165, 2017
Food preferences and rhythms of feeding activity of two co‐existing demersal fish, the longspine snipefish, Macroramphosus scolopax (Linnaeus, 1758), and the boarfish Capros …
P Carpentieri, N Serpetti, F Colloca, A Criscoli, G Ardizzone
Marine Ecology 37 (1), 106-118, 2016
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