|Ocean sprawl: challenges and opportunities for biodiversity management in a changing world|
LB Firth, AM Knights, D Bridger, AJ Evans, N Mieszkowska, PJ Moore, ...
Oceanography and Marine Biology: an annual review 54, 189-262, 2016
|The importance of water‐retaining features for biodiversity on artificial intertidal coastal defence structures|
LB Firth, RC Thompson, FJ White, M Schofield, MW Skov, SPG Hoggart, ...
Diversity and distributions 19 (10), 1275-1283, 2013
|Air temperature and winter mortality: implications for the persistence of the invasive mussel, Perna viridis in the intertidal zone of the south-eastern United States|
LB Firth, AM Knights, SS Bell
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 400 (1-2), 250-256, 2011
|Identifying common pressure pathways from a complex network of human activities to support ecosystem-based management|
AM Knights, RS Koss, LA Robinson
Ecological Applications 23 (4), 755-765, 2013
|Mechanisms of larval transport: vertical distribution of bivalve larvae varies with tidal conditions|
AM Knights, TP Crowe, G Burnell
Marine Ecology Progress Series 326, 167-174, 2006
|Eco-engineered rock pools: a concrete solution to biodiversity loss and urban sprawl in the marine environment|
LB Firth, KA Browne, AM Knights, SJ Hawkins, R Nash
Environmental Research Letters 11 (9), 094015, 2016
|Linking the biological impacts of ocean acidification on oysters to changes in ecosystem services: A review|
A Lemasson, S Fletcher, J Hall-Spencer, A Knights
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 2017
|An exposure-effect approach for evaluating ecosystem-wide risks from human activities|
AM Knights, GJ Piet, RH Jongbloed, JE Tamis, L White, E Akoglu, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 72 (3), 1105-1115, 2015
|A step-wise process of decision-making under uncertainty when implementing environmental policy|
A Knights, F Culhane, S Hussain, N Papadopoulou, GJ Piet, J Raakær, ...
Environmental Science and Policy 39, 56-64, 2014
|Partial replacement of cement for waste aggregates in concrete coastal and marine infrastructure: a foundation for ecological enhancement?|
RS McManus, N Archibald, S Comber, AM Knights, RC Thompson, ...
Ecological Engineering 120, 655-667, 2018
|Interactions between multiple recruitment drivers: post-settlement predation mortality and flow-mediated recruitment|
AM Knights, LB Firth, K Walters
PLoS One 7 (4), e35096, 2012
|Recruit–recruit interactions, density-dependent processes and population persistence in the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica|
AM Knights, K Walters
Marine Ecology Progress Series 404, 79-90, 2010
|Ecological risk assessments to guide decision-making: Methodology matters|
GJ Piet, AM Knights, RH Jongbloed, JE Tamis, P de Vries, LA Robinson
Environmental Science & Policy 68, 1-9, 2017
|From microscope to management: the critical value of plankton taxonomy to marine policy and biodiversity conservation|
A McQuatters-Gollop, DG Johns, E Bresnan, J Skinner, I Rombouts, ...
Marine Policy 83, 1-10, 2017
|An environmental assessment of risk in achieving good environmental status to support regional prioritisation of management in Europe|
P Breen, LA Robinson, SI Rogers, AM Knights, G Piet, T Churilova, ...
Marine Policy 36 (5), 1033-1043, 2012
|Evaluation of ecosystem-based marine management strategies based on risk assessment|
GJ Piet, RH Jongbloed, AM Knights, JE Tamis, AJ Paijmans, ...
Biological Conservation 186, 158-166, 2015
|Greening of grey infrastructure should not be used as a Trojan horse to facilitate coastal development|
LB Firth, L Airoldi, F Bulleri, S Challinor, SY Chee, AJ Evans, ME Hanley, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 57 (9), 1762-1768, 2020
|Plymouth: A World Harbour through the ages|
A Knights, L Firth, R Thompson, A Yunnie, K Hiscock, S Hawkins
Regional Studies in Marine Science 8, 297-307, 2016
|Predicting free-space occupancy on novel artificial structures by an invasive intertidal barnacle using a removal experiment|
SA Bracewell, LA Robinson, LB Firth, AM Knights
PLoS One 8 (9), e74457, 2013
|Climate change and the green energy paradox: the consequences for twaite shad Alosa fallax from the River Severn, U.K.|
MW Aprahamian, CD Aprahamian, AM Knights
Journal of Fish Biology 77 (8), 1912-1930, 2010