Clare Woulds
Clare Woulds
School of Geography, University of Leeds
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Faunal responses to oxygen gradients on the Pakistan margin: a comparison of foraminiferans, macrofauna and megafauna
AJ Gooday, LA Levin, AA da Silva, BJ Bett, GL Cowie, D Dissard, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 56 (6-7), 488-502, 2009
Oxygen as a control on sea floor biological communities and their roles in sedimentary carbon cycling
C Woulds, GL Cowie, LA Levin, JH Andersson, JJ Middelburg, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 52 (4), 1698-1709, 2007
The long-term fate of permafrost peatlands under rapid climate warming
GT Swindles, PJ Morris, D Mullan, EJ Watson, TE Turner, TP Roland, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 17951, 2015
Priority water research questions as determined by UK practitioners and policy makers
LE Brown, G Mitchell, J Holden, A Folkard, N Wright, N Beharry-Borg, ...
Science of the Total Environment 409 (2), 256-266, 2010
Geochemical processes governing the performance of a constructed wetland treating acid mine drainage, Central Scotland
C Woulds, BT Ngwenya
Applied geochemistry 19 (11), 1773-1783, 2004
Where is the coast? Monitoring coastal land dynamics in Bangladesh: An integrated management approach using GIS and remote sensing techniques
A Ahmed, F Drake, R Nawaz, C Woulds
Ocean & Coastal Management 151, 10-24, 2018
The short-term fate of organic carbon in marine sediments: comparing the Pakistan margin to other regions
C Woulds, JH Andersson, GL Cowie, JJ Middelburg, LA Levin
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 56 (6-7), 393-402, 2009
Evaluating the use of testate amoebae for palaeohydrological reconstruction in permafrost peatlands
GT Swindles, MJ Amesbury, TE Turner, JL Carrivick, C Woulds, C Raby, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 424, 111-122, 2015
Patterns of carbon processing at the seafloor: the role of faunal and microbial communities in moderating carbon flows
C Woulds, S Bouillon, GL Cowie, E Drake, JJ Middelburg, U Witte
Biogeosciences 13 (15), 4343-4357, 2016
Sedimentary records of coastal storm surges: Evidence of the 1953 North Sea event
GT Swindles, JM Galloway, AL Macumber, IW Croudace, AR Emery, ...
Marine Geology 403, 262-270, 2018
Short-term fate of phytodetritus in sediments across the Arabian Sea Oxygen Minimum Zone
JH Andersson, C Woulds, M Schwartz, GL Cowie, LA Levin, K Soetaert, ...
Biogeosciences 5 (1), 43-53, 2008
Sedimentary pigments on the Pakistan margin: Controlling factors and organic matter dynamics
C Woulds, GL Cowie
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 56 (6-7), 347-357, 2009
Carboxyl-richness controls organic carbon preservation during coprecipitation with iron (oxyhydr) oxides in the natural environment
L Curti, OW Moore, P Babakhani, KQ Xiao, C Woulds, AW Bray, BJ Fisher, ...
Communications Earth & Environment 2 (1), 229, 2021
Sedimentary oxygen consumption and microdistribution at sites across the Arabian Sea oxygen minimum zone (Pakistan margin)
ER Breuer, GTW Law, C Woulds, GL Cowie, GB Shimmield, O Peppe, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 56 (6-7), 296-304, 2009
Comparative organic geochemistry of Indian margin (Arabian Sea) sediments: estuary to continental slope
G Cowie, S Mowbray, S Kurian, A Sarkar, C White, A Anderson, ...
Biogeosciences 11 (23), 6683-6696, 2014
Porewater nutrient concentrations and benthic nutrient fluxes across the Pakistan margin OMZ
C Woulds, MC Schwartz, T Brand, GL Cowie, G Law, SR Mowbray
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 56 (6-7), 333-346, 2009
Ecological variables for deep-ocean monitoring must include microbiota and meiofauna for effective conservation
J Ingels, A Vanreusel, E Pape, F Pasotti, L Macheriotou, PM Arbizu, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 5 (1), 27-29, 2021
Influence of hydro-climatic factors on future coastal land susceptibility to erosion in Bangladesh: a geospatial modelling approach
A Ahmed, R Nawaz, C Woulds, F Drake
Journal of Geovisualization and Spatial Analysis 4, 1-24, 2020
Living on the edge: single-species dominance at the Pakistan oxygen minimum zone boundary
RM Jeffreys, LA Levin, PA Lamont, C Woulds, CR Whitcraft, GF Mendoza, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 470, 79-99, 2012
Hydrothermal activity, functional diversity and chemoautotrophy are major drivers of seafloor carbon cycling
JB Bell, C Woulds, D Oevelen
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 12025, 2017
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