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Both rare and common species make unique contributions to functional diversity in an ecosystem unaffected by human activities
ASA Chapman, V Tunnicliffe, AE Bates
Diversity and Distributions 24 (5), 568-578, 2018
512018
Climate and land-use change homogenise terrestrial biodiversity, with consequences for ecosystem functioning and human well-being
T Newbold, GL Adams, G Albaladejo Robles, EH Boakes, ...
Emerging Topics in Life Sciences 3 (2), 207-219, 2019
502019
Mining deep-ocean mineral deposits: what are the ecological risks?
DOB Jones, DJ Amon, ASA Chapman
Elements: An International Magazine of Mineralogy, Geochemistry, andá…, 2018
472018
sFDvent: A global trait database for deep‐sea hydrothermal‐vent fauna
ASA Chapman, SE Beaulieu, A Colašo, AV Gebruk, A Hilario, TC Kihara, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 28 (11), 1538-1551, 2019
332019
A systematic review of drivers and constraints on agricultural expansion in sub-Saharan Africa
NP Jellason, EJZ Robinson, ASA Chapman, D Neina, AJM Devenish, ...
Land 10 (3), 332, 2021
92021
The Aichi Biodiversity Targets: achievements for marine conservation and priorities beyond 2020
H Carr, M Abas, L Boutahar, ON Caretti, WY Chan, ASA Chapman, ...
PeerJ 8, e9743, 2020
82020
Energetic increases lead to niche packing in deep-sea wood falls
CR McClain, C Nunnally, ASA Chapman, JP Barry
Biology letters 14 (9), 20180294, 2018
52018
Mining deep-ocean mineral deposits: what are the ecological risks? Elements 14, 325–330
DOB Jones, DJ Amon, ASA Chapman
52018
Deep-sea mining: processes and impacts
DOB Jones, DJ Amon, ASA Chapman
Natural Capital and Exploitation of the Deep Ocean, 91, 2020
42020
Anthropogenic disruptions to longstanding patterns of trophic-size structure in vertebrates
R Cooke, W Gearty, ASA Chapman, J Dunic, GJ Edgar, JS Lefcheck, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1-9, 2022
2022
Prioritizing conservation in sub-Saharan African lakes based on freshwater biodiversity and remote-sensing algal bloom metrics.
C Danaher, T Newbold, J Cardille, ASA Chapman
Conservation Biology: the Journal of the Society for Conservation Biology, 2022
2022
Future trade-offs to 2050: land cover change, biodiversity and agriculture in Zambia
G Griffiths, B Adolph, A Chapman, J Davies, A Devenish, NP Jellason, ...
Sentinel/International Institute for Environment and Development, 2022
2022
Functional diversity and biogeography using ‘sFDvent’-the first global trait database for hydrothermal vent species
A Chapman, AE Bates, V Tunnicliffe, sFDvent Working Group
PeerJ Preprints, 2018
2018
A trait-based approach to the biodiversity of deep-sea hydrothermal-vent ecosystems
ASA Chapman
University of Southampton, 2018
2018
The revival of the deep sea in OBIS
W Appeltans, P Provoost, G Reed, L Vandepitte, M Baker, N Higgs, ...
Deep-Sea Life, 24-26, 2016
2016
Spatial Variation in the Composition and Distribution of Faunal Assemblages at Hydrothermal Vents in an Antarctic Seafloor Caldera
ASA Chapman
Original typescript, 2013
2013
Domestic and traded crops coincide with African biodiversity hotspots, highlighting trade-offs between United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
A Chapman, T Newbold
2020 ESA Annual Meeting (August 3-6), 0
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