Hannah Mossman
Hannah Mossman
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TitleCited byYear
Does managed coastal realignment create saltmarshes with ‘equivalent biological characteristics’ to natural reference sites?
HL Mossman, AJ Davy, A Grant
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (6), 1446-1456, 2012
Colonization of a newly developing salt marsh: disentangling independent effects of elevation and redox potential on halophytes
AJ Davy, MJH Brown, HL Mossman, A Grant
Journal of Ecology 99 (6), 1350-1357, 2011
Biological Flora of the British Isles: Sarcocornia perennis (Miller) A.J. Scott
AJ Davy, GF Bishop, H Mossman, S Redondo‐Gómez, JM Castillo, ...
Journal of Ecology 94 (5), 1035-1048, 2006
Constraints on salt marsh development following managed coastal realignment: dispersal limitation or environmental tolerance?
HL Mossman, MJH Brown, AJ Davy, A Grant
Restoration Ecology 20 (1), 65-75, 2012
The biodiversity audit approach challenges regional priorities and identifies a mismatch in conservation
PM Dolman, CJ Panter, HL Mossman
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (5), 986-997, 2012
Using in situ management to conserve biodiversity under climate change
O Greenwood, HL Mossman, AJ Suggitt, RJ Curtis, IMD Maclean
Journal of Applied Ecology 53 (3), 885-894, 2016
Limited vegetation development on a created salt marsh associated with over-consolidated sediments and lack of topographic heterogeneity
KL Brooks, HL Mossman, JL Chitty, A Grant
Estuaries and Coasts 38 (1), 325-336, 2015
Quantifying local variation in tidal regime using depth-logging fish tags
HL Mossman, AJ Davy, A Grant
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 96, 122-128, 2012
Securing biodiversity in Breckland: guidance for conservation and research
PM Dolman, C Panter, HL Mossman
First Report of the Breckland Biodiversity Audit. University of East Anglia …, 2010
An anthropogenic habitat facilitates the establishment of non-native birds by providing underexploited resources
MJP Sullivan, RG Davies, HL Mossman, AMA Franco
PloS one 10 (8), e0135833, 2015
Modelling biodiversity distribution in agricultural landscapes to support ecological network planning
HL Mossman, CJ Panter, PM Dolman
Landscape and Urban Planning 141, 59-67, 2015
Restored saltmarshes lack the topographic diversity found in natural habitat
PJ Lawrence, GR Smith, MJP Sullivan, HL Mossman
Ecological engineering 115, 58-66, 2018
Is saltmarsh restoration success constrained by matching natural environments or altered succession? A test using niche models
MJP Sullivan, AJ Davy, A Grant, HL Mossman
Journal of applied ecology 55 (3), 1207-1217, 2018
Fens biodiversity audit
H Mossman, C Panter, P Dolman
University of East Anglia, Norwich, 2012
The importance of Breckland for biodiversity
P Dolman, H Mossman, C Panter, N Armour-Chelu, B Nichols, ...
British Wildlife 22 (4), 229, 2011
Biodiversity audit and tolerance sensitivity mapping for the Broads
C Panter, HL Mossman, PM Dolman
Broads Authority Report, The Broads, 2011
Development of saltmarsh vegetation in response to coastal realignment
HL Mossman
University of East Anglia, 2007
Implications of climate change for coastal and inter-tidal habitats in the UK
H Mossman, A Grant, AJ Davy
University of East Anglia, 2013
Comparison of acoustic and traditional point count methods to assess bird diversity and composition in the Aberdare National Park, Kenya
A Wheeldon, HL Mossman, MJP Sullivan, J Mathenge, SR de Kort
African Journal of Ecology 57 (2), 168-176, 2019
Species interactions modulate the response of saltmarsh plants to flooding
RS Edge, MJP Sullivan, SM Pedley, HL Mossman
Annals of botany, 2019
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