Thomas A. Wilding
Thomas A. Wilding
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High-throughput sequencing and morphology perform equally well for benthic monitoring of marine ecosystems
F Lejzerowicz, P Esling, L Pillet, TA Wilding, KD Black, J Pawlowski
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-10, 2015
Environmental monitoring through protist next‐generation sequencing metabarcoding: Assessing the impact of fish farming on benthic foraminifera communities
J Pawlowski, P Esling, F Lejzerowicz, T Cedhagen, TA Wilding
Molecular ecology resources 14 (6), 1129-1140, 2014
A large and prolonged bloom of Karenia mikimotoi in Scottish waters in 2006
K Davidson, P Miller, TA Wilding, J Shutler, E Bresnan, K Kennington, ...
Harmful algae 8 (2), 349-361, 2009
Interactive marine spatial planning: siting tidal energy arrays around the Mull of Kintyre
KA Alexander, R Janssen, G Arciniegas, TG O'Higgins, T Eikelboom, ...
PLoS One 7 (1), e30031, 2012
Attitudes of Scottish fishers towards marine renewable energy
KA Alexander, TA Wilding, JJ Heymans
Marine Policy 37, 239-244, 2013
Evaluating artificial reef performance: approaches to pre-and post-deployment research
TA Wilding, MDJ Sayer
ICES Journal of Marine Science 59 (suppl), S222-S230, 2002
Review of the reef effects of offshore wind farm structures and their potential for enhancement and mitigation
EAS Linley, TA Wilding, K Black, AJS Hawkins, S Mangi
Report to the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform. RFCA 5, 2007
Turning off the DRIP (‘Data-rich, information-poor’)–rationalising monitoring with a focus on marine renewable energy developments and the benthos
TA Wilding, AB Gill, A Boon, E Sheehan, JC Dauvin, JP Pezy, F O’beirn, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 74, 848-859, 2017
The benthic impacts of the Loch Linnhe artificial reef
TA Wilding
Marine Biodiversity, 345-353, 2006
Benthic effects of offshore renewables: identification of knowledge gaps and urgently needed research
J Dannheim, L Bergström, SNR Birchenough, R Brzana, AR Boon, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 77 (3), 1092-1108, 2020
Marine renewable energy and Scottish west coast fishers: exploring impacts, opportunities and potential mitigation
KA Alexander, T Potts, TA Wilding
Ocean & Coastal Management 75, 1-10, 2013
Planning, licensing, and stakeholder consultation in an artificial reef development: the Loch Linnhe reef, a case study
MDJ Sayer, TA Wilding
ICES Journal of Marine Science 59 (suppl), S178-S185, 2002
Investigating the recent decline in gadoid stocks in the west of Scotland shelf ecosystem using a foodweb model
KA Alexander, JJ Heymans, S Magill, MT Tomczak, SJ Holmes, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 72 (2), 436-449, 2015
Changes in benthos associated with mussel (Mytilus edulis L.) farms on the west-coast of Scotland
TA Wilding, TD Nickell
PLoS One 8 (7), e68313, 2013
Factors affecting the performance of the acoustic ground discrimination system RoxAnn™
TA Wilding, MDJ Sayer, PG Provost
ICES Journal of Marine Science 60 (6), 1373-1380, 2003
Salmon farm impacts on muddy-sediment megabenthic assemblages on the west coast of Scotland
TA Wilding, CJ Cromey, TD Nickell, DJ Hughes
Aquaculture Environment Interactions 2 (2), 145-156, 2012
Changes in Sedimentary Redox Associated with Mussel (Mytilus edulis L.) Farms on the West-Coast of Scotland
TA Wilding
Public Library of Science 7 (9), e45159, 2012
The use of physical and virtual infrastructures for the validation of algal cryopreservation methods in international culture collections
JG Day, M Lorenz, TA Wilding, T Friedl, K Harding, T Pröschold, ...
CryoLetters 28 (5), 359-376, 2007
Detached macroalgae: its importance to inshore sandy beach fauna
KK Orr, TA Wilding, L Horstmeyer, S Weigl, JJ Heymans
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 150, 125-135, 2014
Effects of man-made structures on sedimentary oxygenation: extent, seasonality and implications for offshore renewables
TA Wilding
Marine environmental research 97, 39-47, 2014
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