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Details of Prof. Martin John Attrill   


Gender male
Job title Professor of Marine Ecology
Department Marine Institute/Department of Biological Sciences
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel [44] (0) 1752 232900
Fax [44] (0) 1752 232970
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Website http://www.plymouth.ac.uk/staff/mattrill, http://www.research.plymouth.ac.uk/mberc
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PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Prof. Martin ATTRILL)

ATTRILL, M.J. & POWER, M. (2002). Climatic influence on a marine fish assemblage. Nature, 417: 275-278. KELMO, F., ATTRILL, M. J., JONES, M.B. & GOMES, R.C.T. (2004). El Niño induced local extinction of coral reef bryozoan species from northern Bahia, Brazil. Biol. Conserv. 118: 609-617. ATTRILL, M.J., KELMO, F. & JONES, M.B. (2004). Impact of the 1997-8 El Niño event on the coral reef-associated echinoderm assemblage from northern Bahia, NE Brazil. Climate Research, 26:151-158 LETERME, S.C., EDWARDS M., SEURONT L., ATTRILL M.J., REID P.C. & JOHN A.W.G. (2005). Decadal basin-scale changes in diatoms, dinoflagellates, and phytoplankton color across the North Atlantic. Limnol. Oceanogr., 50: 1244-1253.
ATTRILL, M.J., STAFFORD, R. & ROWDEN, A.A. (2001). Latitudinal diversity patterns in estuarine mudflats: indications of a global cline. Ecography, 24: 318-324. ATTRILL, M.J. (2002). A testable linear model for diversity trends in estuaries. J. Anim. Ecol., 71: 262-269. ATTRILL, M.J. & RUNDLE, S.D. (2002). Ecotone or ecocline: ecological boundaries in estuaries. Estuar. Coast. Shelf Sci., 55: 929-936 FROST, M.T., ATTRILL, M.J., ROWDEN, A.A. & FOGGO, A. (2004). Abundance-occupancy relationships in macrofauna on exposed sandy beaches: patterns and mechanisms. Ecography 27: 643-649.
ATTRILL, M.J., & POWER, M. (2000). Effect on invertebrate populations of drought induced changes in estuarine water quality. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 203: 133-143. JACKSON, A.C, RUNDLE, S.D., ATTRILL, M. J. & COTTON, P.A. (2004). Ontogenetic changes in metabolism determine diet shifts for a sit-and-wait predator. J. Anim. Ecol. 73: 536-545. ATTRILL, M.J. & POWER, M. (2004). Partitioning of temperature resources amongst an estuarine fish assemblage. Estuar. Coast. Shelf Sci. 61: 725-738
ATTRILL, M.J., STRONG, J.A. & ROWDEN, A.A. (2000). Are macroinvertebrate communities influenced by seagrass structural complexity? Ecography. 23: 114-121. JACKSON, E., ROWDEN, A.A., ATTRILL, M.J., BOSSEY, S.J. & JONES, M.B. (2001). The importance of seagrass beds as a habitat for fishery species. Oceanogr. Mar. Biol. Ann. Rev. 39, 269-303. JACKSON, E.L., ATTRILL, M.J., ROWDEN, A.A., JONES, M.B. (2006). Seagrass complexity hierarchies: influence on fish groups around the coast of Jersey (English Channel). J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 330: 38-54.
ATTRILL, M.J. (1998). A rehabilitated estuarine ecosystem: the environment and ecology of the Thames estuary. Kluwer Academic Press. CLARK, R.B., FRID, C. & ATTRILL, M.J. (2001). Marine Pollution, 5th edition. Oxford University Press. KAISER, M.J., ATTRILL, M.J., JENNINGS, S., THOMAS, D.N., BARNES, D.K.A., BRIERLEY, A.S., POLUNIN, N.V.C., RAFFAELLI, D.G., WILLIAMS, P.J.Le B. (2005). Marine Ecology: Processes, Systems and Impacts. Oxford University Press.

Created: 1999-04-26 Last Updated: 2010-03-03 by Annelies GROEN