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Details of Dr. Nicholas Vladimir Polunin   


PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Professor of Marine Environmental Science
Department Marine Sciences and Coastal Management
Institution
Newcastle University, School of Marine Science and Technology (
Armstrong Building Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel +44 191 222 6675
Fax +44 191 222 7891
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Website http://www.ncl.ac.uk/mscmweb/
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree PhD (Cantab),BA (Oxon)
Job type Teaching/Education , Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Policy, Law, Economics, Management
Research Activities Reefs; food webs; stable isotopes; marine protected areas; fishing effects; large-scale ecology; coastal management
Research Region Sicily,Corsica-France
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Nicholas POLUNIN)

10. Polunin NVC, Pinnegar JK [2002]. Ecology of fishes in marine food webs. pp In: PJB Hart & JC Reynolds Handbook of Fish and Fisheries, Volume I, Blackwell, Oxford
8. McClanahan TR, Polunin NVC, Done TJ [2002]. Resilience of coral reefs. pp In: L Gunderson, B-O Jansson, CS Hollings & C Folke, Resilience and Sustainability in Large-Scale Ecosystems. Island Press, Boston
9. Polunin NVC [2002]. Marine protected areas, fish and fisheries. pp In: PJB Hart & JC Reynolds Handbook of Fish and Fisheries, Volume II, Blackwell, Oxford
4. Pinnegar JK, Campbell N, Polunin NVC [2001]. Unusual stable isotope fractionation patterns observed for host-parasite trophic relationships. Journal of Fish Biology
3. McClanahan TR, Polunin NVC, Done TJ [2001]. Multiple stable states and the resilience of coral reefs. Conservation Ecology
2. Jennings S, Pinnegar JK, Polunin NVC, Warr KJ [2001]. Impacts of trawling disturbance on the trophic structure of benthic invertebrate communities. Marine Ecology Progress Series 213: 127-142
7. Williams ID, Polunin NVC, Hendrick V [2001]. Limits to grazing by herbivorous fishes and the impact of low coral cover on macroalgal abundance on a coral reef in Belize. Marine Ecology Progress Series
6. Williams ID, Polunin NVC [2001]. Large-scale associations between macroalgal cover and grazer biomass on mid-depth reefs in the Caribbean. Coral Reefs
5. Polunin NVC, Morales-Nin B, Herod WE, Cartes JE, Pinnegar JK. [2001]. Feeding relationships in Mediterranean bathyal assemblages elucidated by carbon and nitrogen stable-isotope data. Marine Ecology Progress Series
1. Williams ID, Polunin NVC [2000]. Differences between protected and unprotected Caribbean reefs in attributes preferred by dive tourists. Environmental Conservation 27: 382-391


Created: 2001-10-11 Last Updated: 2015-06-30 by Oceanexpert MANAGER