Nessa O'Connor
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Threats and knowledge gaps for ecosystem services provided by kelp forests: a northeast A tlantic perspective
DA Smale, MT Burrows, P Moore, N O'Connor, SJ Hawkins
Ecology and evolution 3 (11), 4016-4038, 2013
Biodiversity loss and ecosystem functioning: distinguishing between number and identity of species
NE O'Connor, TP Crowe
Ecology 86 (7), 1783-1796, 2005
On the dimensionality of ecological stability
I Donohue, OL Petchey, JM Montoya, AL Jackson, L McNally, M Viana, ...
Ecology letters 16 (4), 421-429, 2013
Navigating the complexity of ecological stability
I Donohue, H Hillebrand, JM Montoya, OL Petchey, SL Pimm, MS Fowler, ...
Ecology letters 19 (9), 1172-1185, 2016
Ocean sprawl: challenges and opportunities for biodiversity management in a changing world
LB Firth, AM Knights, D Bridger, A Evans, N Mieskowska, PJ Moore, ...
Aberdeen University Press, 2016
Simulated predator extinctions: predator identity affects survival and recruitment of oysters
NE O'Connor, JH Grabowski, LM Ladwig, JF Bruno
Ecology 89 (2), 428-438, 2008
Microplastics affect the ecological functioning of an important biogenic habitat
DS Green, B Boots, NE O’Connor, R Thompson
Environmental Science & Technology 51 (1), 68-77, 2017
Functional responses of the intertidal amphipod Echinogammarus marinus: effects of prey supply, model selection and habitat complexity
ME Alexander, JTA Dick, NE O’Connor, NR Haddaway, KD Farnsworth
Marine Ecology Progress Series 468, 191-202, 2012
Trait‐mediated indirect interactions in a marine intertidal system as quantified by functional responses
ME Alexander, JTA Dick, NE O’Connor
Oikos 122 (11), 1521-1531, 2013
Environmental context determines multi‐trophic effects of consumer species loss
NE O'Connor, IAN Donohue
Global Change Biology 19 (2), 431-440, 2013
Distinguishing between direct and indirect effects of predators in complex ecosystems
NE O'Connor, MC Emmerson, TP Crowe, I Donohue
Journal of Animal Ecology 82 (2), 438-448, 2013
Effects of epibiotic algae on the survival, biomass and recruitment of mussels, Mytilus L.(Bivalvia: Mollusca)
NE O'Connor, TP Crowe, D McGrath
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 328 (2), 265-276, 2006
Biodiversity among mussels: separating the influence of sizes of mussels from the ages of patches
NE O'Connor, TP Crowe
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 87 (2 …, 2007
Predatory fish loss affects the structure and functioning of a model marine food web
NE O'Connor, JF Bruno
Oikos 116 (12), 2027-2038, 2007
Latitude, temperature, and habitat complexity predict predation pressure in eelgrass beds across the Northern Hemisphere
PL Reynolds, JJ Stachowicz, K Hovel, C Boström, K Boyer, M Cusson, ...
Ecology 99 (1), 29-35, 2018
Does wave exposure determine the interactive effects of losing key grazers and ecosystem engineers?
RJ Mrowicki, CA Maggs, NE O'Connor
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 461, 416-424, 2014
Impacts of sewage outfalls on rocky shores: Incorporating scale, biotic assemblage structure and variability into monitoring tools
NE O’Connor
Ecological indicators 29, 501-509, 2013
Loss of predator species, not intermediate consumers, triggers rapid and dramatic extinction cascades
I Donohue, OL Petchey, S Kéfi, A Génin, AL Jackson, Q Yang, ...
Global Change Biology 23 (8), 2962-2972, 2017
Born to kill: Predatory functional responses of the littoral amphipod Echinogammarus marinus Leach throughout its life history
ME Alexander, JTA Dick, NE O'Connor
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 439, 92-99, 2013
Shore exposure affects mussel population structure and mediates the effect of epibiotic algae on mussel survival in SW Ireland
NE O'Connor
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 87 (1), 83-91, 2010
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