Dr Rachel Hale
Dr Rachel Hale
National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, Nelson, New Zealand
Verified email at niwa.co.nz - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Predicted levels of future ocean acidification and temperature rise could alter community structure and biodiversity in marine benthic communities
R Hale, P Calosi, L McNeill, N Mieszkowska, S Widdicombe
Oikos 120 (5), 661-674, 2011
1892011
Characterizations of how species mediate ecosystem properties require more comprehensive functional effect descriptors
R Hale, MN Mavrogordato, TJ Tolhurst, M Solan
Scientific reports 4, 6463, 2014
292014
Effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on an intertidal meiobenthic community
AS Meadows, J Ingels, S Widdicombe, R Hale, SD Rundle
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 469, 44-56, 2015
212015
An approach for the identification of exemplar sites for scaling up targeted field observations of benthic biogeochemistry in heterogeneous environments
CEL Thompson, B Silburn, ME Williams, T Hull, D Sivyer, LO Amoudry, ...
Biogeochemistry 135 (1-2), 1-34, 2017
132017
Effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on an intertidal harpacticoid copepod community
VC Sarmento, PJ Parreira Santos, R Hale, J Ingels, S Widdicombe
ICES Journal of Marine Science 74 (4), 1159-1169, 2017
112017
Identifying future research directions for biodiversity, ecosystem services and sustainability: perspectives from early-career researchers
MS Hossain, SJ Pogue, L Trenchard, APE Van Oudenhoven, ...
International journal of sustainable development & world ecology 25 (3), 249-261, 2018
102018
High-resolution computed tomography reconstructions of invertebrate burrow systems
R Hale, R Boardman, MN Mavrogordato, I Sinclair, TJ Tolhurst, M Solan
Scientific data 2, 150052, 2015
102015
Mediation of macronutrients and carbon by post-disturbance shelf sea sediment communities
R Hale, JA Godbold, M Sciberras, J Dwight, C Wood, JG Hiddink, M Solan
Biogeochemistry 135 (1-2), 121-133, 2017
82017
The first record of Periclimenes platalea Holthuis, 1951 (Decapoda, Pontoniinae) in the western Atlantic
R Hale, S De Grave
CRUSTACEANA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CRUSTACEAN RESEARCH- 80 (8), 1019, 2007
82007
Vulnerability of macronutrients to the concurrent effects of enhanced temperature and atmospheric pCO2 in representative shelf sea sediment habitats
JA Godbold, R Hale, CL Wood, M Solan
Biogeochemistry 135 (1-2), 89-102, 2017
42017
Mediation of nitrogen by post-disturbance shelf communities experiencing organic matter enrichment
M Sciberras, K Tait, G Brochain, JG Hiddink, R Hale, JA Godbold, M Solan
Biogeochemistry 135 (1-2), 135-153, 2017
32017
NextGen VOICES: Research resolutions
F Olmeta-Schult, LM Segal, S Tyner, TA Moon, RDW Chow, ...
Science 359 (6371), 26-28, 2018
12018
Cryogenic Defaunation of Sediments in the Field
R Hale, RO Jacques, TJ Tolhurst
Journal of Coastal Research 31 (6), 1537-1540, 2015
12015
Worldwide measurements of bioturbation intensity, ventilation rate, and the mixing depth of marine sediments
M Solan, ER Ward, EL White, EE Hibberd, C Cassidy, JM Schuster, ...
Scientific data 6 (1), 58, 2019
2019
Determining How Functionally Diverse Intertidal Sediment Species Preserve Mudflat Ecosystem Properties After Abrupt Biodiversity Loss
R Hale, RO Jacques, TJ Tolhurs
Journal of Coastal Research 35 (2), 389-396, 2019
2019
Monitoring the temporal evolution of biogenic mounds and estimating their effect on sediment dynamics in the intertidal zone.
J Leyland, JM Nield, M Solan, J Godbold, C Thompson, R Hale
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2018
2018
The influence of macrofauna on intertidal sediment stability and biogeochemical properties
R Hale
University of East Anglia, 2013
2013
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