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Magnetotelluric tensors, electromagnetic field scattering and distortion in three-dimensional environments
(American Geophysical Union, 2016-10-28)
This paper describes how subsurface resistivity distributions can be estimated directly from the magnetotelluric (MT) tensor relationship between electric and magnetic fields observed on a three-dimensional (3-D) half-space. ...
Impact of kelp cultivation on the Ecological Status of benthic habitats and Zostera marina seagrass biomass
The Ecological Status of subtidal benthic communities within a commercial kelp farm on the southwest coast of Ireland was not impacted by macroalgal cultivation. Additionally, there was no effect on the biomass of Zostera ...
Landscape effects in the intertidal around the coastline of Great Britain
Aim We tested whether the size of habitat patches along the coastline of Great Britain influences molluscan species richness.Location Coastline of Great Britain.Methods Intertidal mollusc data were compiled from the National ...
Picking a way forward: valuing and managing traditional shellfish gathering for Littorina littorea
(EDP Sciences, 2018-11-27)
Littorina littorea (periwinkles) have been harvested by hand picking from the shore since prehistoric times. Harvests are generally unregulated, catches are not linked to particular shores and fisheries statistics are ...
Magnetotelluric apparent resistivity tensors for improved interpretations and 3-D inversions
(American Geophysical Union (AGU), 2019-07-25)
The complex magnetotelluric (MT) apparent resistivity tensor can be decomposed into two real tensors, the apparent resistivity and the resistivity phase tensors, which represent relationships between the observed electric ...
Interactions in the deep sea
(Cambridge University Press, 2019-08)
The deep–ocean floor extends over two thirds of the world’s surface, and is thus the largest benthic habitat on the planet. The myth of depauperate deep–sea communities was debunked in the 1960s by the pioneering wor ...