Stephen Widdicombe
Stephen Widdicombe
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Ocean acidification may increase calcification rates, but at a cost
HL Wood, JI Spicer, S Widdicombe
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1644), 1767-1773, 2008
Predicting the impact of ocean acidification on benthic biodiversity: what can animal physiology tell us?
S Widdicombe, JI Spicer
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 366 (1-2), 187-197, 2008
North Atlantic phylogeography and large‐scale population differentiation of the seagrass Zostera marina L.
JL Olsen, WT Stam, JA Coyer, TBH Reusch, M Billingham, C Boström, ...
Molecular ecology 13 (7), 1923-1941, 2004
Effects of anthropogenic seawater acidification on acid–base balance in the sea urchin Psammechinus miliaris
H Miles, S Widdicombe, JI Spicer, J Hall-Spencer
Marine pollution bulletin 54 (1), 89-96, 2007
Effects of ocean acidification on the immune response of the blue mussel Mytilus edulis
R Bibby, S Widdicombe, H Parry, J Spicer, R Pipe
Aquatic Biology 2 (1), 67-74, 2008
Ocean acidification disrupts induced defences in the intertidal gastropod Littorina littorea
R Bibby, P Cleall-Harding, S Rundle, S Widdicombe, J Spicer
Biology Letters 3 (6), 699-701, 2007
Predicted levels of future ocean acidification and temperature rise could alter community structure and biodiversity in marine benthic communities
R Hale, P Calosi, L McNeill, N Mieszkowska, S Widdicombe
Oikos 120 (5), 661-674, 2011
Influence of CO2-related seawater acidification on extracellular acid–base balance in the velvet swimming crab Necora puber
JI Spicer, A Raffo, S Widdicombe
Marine Biology 151 (3), 1117-1125, 2007
Ocean acidification through the lens of ecological theory
B Gaylord, KJ Kroeker, JM Sunday, KM Anderson, JP Barry, NE Brown, ...
Ecology 96 (1), 3-15, 2015
Impact of CO2-induced seawater acidification on the burrowing activity of Nereis virens and sediment nutrient flux
S Widdicombe, HR Needham
Marine ecology progress series 341, 111-122, 2007
Effects of CO2 induced seawater acidification on infaunal diversity and sediment nutrient fluxes
S Widdicombe, SL Dashfield, CL McNeill, HR Needham, A Beesley, ...
Marine ecology progress series 379, 59-75, 2009
Immunological function in marine invertebrates: responses to environmental perturbation
RP Ellis, H Parry, JI Spicer, TH Hutchinson, RK Pipe, S Widdicombe
Fish & Shellfish Immunology 30 (6), 1209-1222, 2011
Predicting ecosystem shifts requires new approaches that integrate the effects of climate change across entire systems
BD Russell, CDG Harley, T Wernberg, N Mieszkowska, S Widdicombe, ...
Biology Letters 8 (2), 164-166, 2011
Reviewing the impact of increased atmospheric CO2 on oceanic pH and the marine ecosystem
C Turley, J Blackford, S Widdicombe, D Lowe, PD Nightingale, AP Rees
Avoiding dangerous climate change 8, 65-70, 2006
A bioturbation classification of E uropean marine infaunal invertebrates
AM Queirós, SNR Birchenough, J Bremner, JA Godbold, RE Parker, ...
Ecology and evolution 3 (11), 3958-3985, 2013
Will variation among genetic individuals influence species responses to global climate change?
JCA Pistevos, P Calosi, S Widdicombe, JDD Bishop
Oikos 120 (5), 675-689, 2011
Post-larval development of two intertidal barnacles at elevated CO2 and temperature
HS Findlay, MA Kendall, JI Spicer, S Widdicombe
Marine Biology 157 (4), 725-735, 2010
Detection and impacts of leakage from sub-seafloor deep geological carbon dioxide storage
J Blackford, H Stahl, JM Bull, BJP Bergès, M Cevatoglu, A Lichtschlag, ...
Nature climate change 4 (11), 1011, 2014
Coralline algal structure is more sensitive to rate, rather than the magnitude, of ocean acidification
NA Kamenos, HL Burdett, E Aloisio, HS Findlay, S Martin, C Longbone, ...
Global Change Biology 19 (12), 3621-3628, 2013
Scaling up experimental ocean acidification and warming research: from individuals to the ecosystem
AM Queirós, JA Fernandes, S Faulwetter, J Nunes, SPS Rastrick, ...
Global change biology 21 (1), 130-143, 2015
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