John Pinnegar
John Pinnegar
Centre for Environment, Fisheries & Aquaculture Science (Cefas)
Verified email at cefas.co.uk
TitleCited byYear
Differential fractionation of δ13C and δ15N among fish tissues: implications for the study of trophic interactions
JK Pinnegar, NVC Polunin
Functional ecology 13 (2), 225-231, 1999
8721999
Trophic cascades in benthic marine ecosystems: lessons for fisheries and protected-area management
JK Pinnegar, NVC Polunin, P Francour, F Badalamenti, R Chemello, ...
Environmental Conservation 27 (2), 179-200, 2000
5262000
Consumer–resource body‐size relationships in natural food webs
U Brose, T Jonsson, EL Berlow, P Warren, C Banasek-Richter, LF Bersier, ...
Ecology 87 (10), 2411-2417, 2006
4902006
Resolving the effect of climate change on fish populations
AD Rijnsdorp, MA Peck, GH Engelhard, C Möllmann, JK Pinnegar
ICES journal of marine science 66 (7), 1570-1583, 2009
4802009
Weak cross‐species relationships between body size and trophic level belie powerful size‐based trophic structuring in fish communities
S Jennings, JK Pinnegar, NVC Polunin, TW Boon
Journal of Animal Ecology 70 (6), 934-944, 2001
3792001
Contributions of stable-isotope data to elucidating food webs of Mediterranean rocky littoral fishes
JK Pinnegar, NVC Polunin
Oecologia 122 (3), 399-409, 2000
3212000
Long-term trends in the trophic structure of the North Sea fish community: evidence from stable-isotope analysis, size-spectra and community metrics
S Jennings, S Greenstreet, L Hill, G Piet, J Pinnegar, KJ Warr
Marine Biology 141 (6), 1085-1097, 2002
2762002
The ‘shifting baseline’phenomenon: a global perspective
JK Pinnegar, GH Engelhard
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 18 (1), 1-16, 2008
2542008
Impacts of trawling disturbance on the trophic structure of benthic invertebrate communities
S Jennings, JK Pinnegar, NVC Polunin, KJ Warr
Marine Ecology Progress Series 213, 127-142, 2001
2532001
Long‐term changes in the trophic level of the Celtic Sea fish community and fish market price distribution
JK Pinnegar, S Jennings, CM O’brien, NVC Polunin
Journal of applied ecology 39 (3), 377-390, 2002
2432002
Linking size-based and trophic analyses of benthic community structure
S Jennings, JK Pinnegar, NVC Polunin, KJ Warr
Marine Ecology Progress Series 226, 77-85, 2002
2042002
Feeding relationships in Mediterranean bathyal assemblages elucidated by stable nitrogen and carbon isotope data
NVC Polunin, B Morales-Nin, WE Pawsey, JE Cartes, JK Pinnegar, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 220, 13-23, 2001
2032001
Isotope trophic‐step fractionation: a dynamic equilibrium model
PJW Olive, JK Pinnegar, NVC Polunin, G Richards, R Welch
Journal of Animal Ecology 72 (4), 608-617, 2003
1772003
Do climate and fishing influence size-based indicators of Celtic Sea fish community structure?
JL Blanchard, NK Dulvy, S Jennings, JR Ellis, JK Pinnegar, A Tidd, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 62 (3), 405-411, 2005
1692005
Size-related trophodynamic changes in three target fish species recovering from intensive trawling
F Badalamenti, G D'Anna, J Pinnegar, N Polunin
Marine Biology 141 (3), 561-570, 2002
1212002
Aggregation and removal of weak-links in food-web models: system stability and recovery from disturbance
JK Pinnegar, JL Blanchard, S Mackinson, RD Scott, DE Duplisea
Ecological Modelling 184 (2-4), 229-248, 2005
1132005
Impacts of climate change on the complex life cycles of fish
P Petitgas, AD Rijnsdorp, M Dickey‐Collas, GH Engelhard, MA Peck, ...
Fisheries Oceanography 22 (2), 121-139, 2013
1102013
Does diet in Celtic Sea fishes reflect prey availability?
JK Pinnegar, VM Trenkel, AN Tidd, WA Dawson, MH Du Buit
Journal of Fish Biology 63, 197-212, 2003
1082003
Explaining isotope trophic‐step fractionation: why herbivorous fish are different
AC Mill, JK Pinnegar, NVC Polunin
Functional Ecology 21 (6), 1137-1145, 2007
1062007
BODY SIZES OF CONSUMERS AND THEIR RESOURCES: Ecological Archives E086‐135
U Brose, L Cushing, EL Berlow, T Jonsson, C Banasek-Richter, ...
Ecology 86 (9), 2545-2545, 2005
1052005
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