D. Bolton
D. Bolton
Associate lecturer, The University of New South Wales
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Coastal urban lighting has ecological consequences for multiple trophic levels under the sea
D Bolton, M Mayer-Pinto, G Clark, K Dafforn, W Brassil, A Becker, ...
Science of The Total Environment 576, 1 - 9, 2017
Operation Crayweed: Ecological and sociocultural aspects of restoring Sydney’s underwater forests
A Vergés, AH Campbell, G Wood, L Kajlich, AM Eger, D Cruz, M Langley, ...
Ecological Management & Restoration 21 (2), 74-85, 2020
Caught between a rock and a hard place: fish predation interacts with crevice width and orientation to explain sessile assemblage structure
DK Bolton, EL Johnston, MA Coleman, GF Clark
Marine environmental research 140, 31-40, 2018
Novel in situ predator exclusion method reveals the relative effects of macro and mesopredators on sessile invertebrates in the field
DK Bolton, GF Clark, EL Johnston
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 513, 13-20, 2019
Light pollution: A landscape-scale issue requiring cross-realm consideration
M Mayer-Pinto, TM Jones, SE Swearer, KA Robert, DK Bolton, ...
UCL Open: Environment Preprint, 2021
Multiple abiotic and biotic factors influence predation pressure by fish on sessile hard substrate assemblages
D Bolton
University of New South Wales, 2016
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