|The deep sea is a major sink for microplastic debris|
LC Woodall, A Sanchez-Vidal, M Canals, GLJ Paterson, R Coppock, ...
Royal Society open science 1 (4), 140317, 2014
|Deep, diverse and definitely different: unique attributes of the world's largest ecosystem|
E Ramirez-Llodra, A Brandt, R Danovaro, B De Mol, E Escobar, ...
Biogeosciences 7 (9), 2851-2899, 2010
|Global patterns and predictions of seafloor biomass using random forests|
CL Wei, GT Rowe, E Escobar-Briones, A Boetius, T Soltwedel, MJ Caley, ...
PloS one 5 (12), 2010
|Temporal variability in phytodetritus and megabenthic activity at the seabed in the deep Northeast Atlantic|
BJ Bett, MG Malzone, BE Narayanaswamy, BD Wigham
Progress in Oceanography 50 (1-4), 349-368, 2001
|Ecosystem function and services provided by the deep sea|
AR Thurber, AK Sweetman, BE Narayanaswamy, DOB Jones, J Ingels, ...
Biogeosciences 11 (14), 3941-3963, 2014
|Microplastic pollution identified in deep-sea water and ingested by benthic invertebrates in the Rockall Trough, North Atlantic Ocean|
W Courtene-Jones, B Quinn, SF Gary, AOM Mogg, BE Narayanaswamy
Environmental Pollution 231, 271-280, 2017
|Identifying deep-sea megafaunal epibenthic assemblages for use in habitat mapping and marine protected area network design|
KL Howell, JS Davies, BE Narayanaswamy
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 90 (1), 33-68, 2010
|The relationship between phytoplankton distribution and water column characteristics in North West European shelf sea waters|
J Fehling, K Davidson, CJS Bolch, TD Brand, BE Narayanaswamy
PLoS One 7 (3), 2012
|Microplastics and synthetic particles ingested by deep-sea amphipods in six of the deepest marine ecosystems on Earth.|
AJ Jamieson, LSR Brooks, WDK Reid, SB Piertney, BE Narayanaswamy, ...
Royal Society Open Science 6, 180667., 2019
|Optimisation of enzymatic digestion and validation of specimen preservation methods for the analysis of ingested microplastics|
W Courtene-Jones, B Quinn, F Murphy, SF Gary, BE Narayanaswamy
Analytical Methods 9, 1437-1445, 2017
|Deep-sea litter: a comparison of seamounts, banks and a ridge in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans reveals both environmental and anthropogenic factors impact accumulation and …|
LC Woodall, LF Robinson, AD Rogers, BE Narayanaswamy, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 2, 3, 2015
|Benthic infaunal communities across the Weddell Sea Basin and South Sandwich Slope, Antarctica|
JA Blake, BE Narayanaswamy
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 51 (14-16), 1797-1815, 2004
|Biodiversity trends along the western European margin|
BE Narayanaswamy, PE Renaud, GCA Duineveld, J Berge, ...
PLoS One 5 (12), 2010
|Appropriate levels of taxonomic discrimination in deep-sea studies: species vs family|
BE Narayanaswamy, TD Nickell, JD Gage
Marine Ecology Progress Series 257, 59-68, 2003
|Seamount physiography and biology in the north-east Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea|
T Morato, KŲ Kvile, GH Taranto, F Tempera, BE Narayanaswamy, ...
Biogeosciences 10, 3039-3054, 2013
|Synthesis of knowledge on marine biodiversity in European Seas: from census to sustainable management|
BE Narayanaswamy, M Coll, R Danovaro, K Davidson, H Ojaveer, ...
PLoS One 8 (3), 2013
|Ecology of bathyal polychaete fauna at an Arctic–Atlantic boundary (Faroe–Shetland Channel, North-east Atlantic)|
BE Narayanaswamy, BJ Bett, JD Gage
Marine Biology Research 1 (1), 20-32, 2005
|Consistent microplastic ingestion by deep-sea invertebrates over the last four decades (1976-2015), a study from the North East Atlantic|
W Courtene-Jones, B Quinn, C Ewins, SF Gary, BE Narayanaswamy
Environmental Pollution 244, 503-512, 2019
|Feeding preferences of abyssal macrofauna inferred from in situ pulse chase experiments|
RM Jeffreys, C Burke, AJ Jamieson, BE Narayanaswamy, HA Ruhl, ...
PloS one 8 (11), e80510, 2013
|Deep‐water macrofaunal diversity in the Faroe‐Shetland region (NE Atlantic): a margin subject to an unusual thermal regime|
BE Narayanaswamy, BJ Bett, DJ Hughes
Marine Ecology 31 (1), 237-246, 2010