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Climate and land-use change homogenise terrestrial biodiversity, with consequences for ecosystem functioning and human well-being
T Newbold, GL Adams, G Albaladejo Robles, EH Boakes, ...
Emerging Topics in Life Sciences 3 (2), 207-219, 2019
812019
Both rare and common species make unique contributions to functional diversity in an ecosystem unaffected by human activities
ASA Chapman, V Tunnicliffe, AE Bates
Diversity and Distributions 24 (5), 568-578, 2018
702018
Mining deep-ocean mineral deposits: what are the ecological risks?
DOB Jones, DJ Amon, ASA Chapman
Elements: An International Magazine of Mineralogy, Geochemistry, andá…, 2018
642018
sFDvent: A global trait database for deep‐sea hydrothermal‐vent fauna
ASA Chapman, SE Beaulieu, A Colašo, AV Gebruk, A Hilario, TC Kihara, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 28 (11), 1538-1551, 2019
522019
A systematic review of drivers and constraints on agricultural expansion in sub-Saharan Africa
NP Jellason, EJZ Robinson, ASA Chapman, D Neina, AJM Devenish, ...
Land 10 (3), 332, 2021
312021
The Aichi Biodiversity Targets: achievements for marine conservation and priorities beyond 2020
H Carr, M Abas, L Boutahar, ON Caretti, WY Chan, ASA Chapman, ...
PeerJ 8, e9743, 2020
142020
Energetic increases lead to niche packing in deep-sea wood falls
CR McClain, C Nunnally, ASA Chapman, JP Barry
Biology letters 14 (9), 20180294, 2018
112018
Deep-sea mining: processes and impacts
DOB Jones, DJ Amon, ASA Chapman
Natural Capital and Exploitation of the Deep Ocean, 91, 2020
102020
Climate and land-use change homogenise terrestrial biodiversity, with consequences for ecosystem functioning and human well-being. Emerg Top Life Sci 3: 207–219
T Newbold, GL Adams, GA Robles, EH Boakes, GB Ferreira, ...
102019
Anthropogenic disruptions to longstanding patterns of trophic-size structure in vertebrates
R Cooke, W Gearty, ASA Chapman, J Dunic, GJ Edgar, JS Lefcheck, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1-9, 2022
82022
Mining deep-ocean mineral deposits: what are the ecological risks? Elements 14, 325–330
DOB Jones, DJ Amon, ASA Chapman
72018
Prioritizing conservation in sub‐Saharan African lakes based on freshwater biodiversity and algal bloom metrics
C Danaher, T Newbold, J Cardille, ASA Chapman
Conservation Biology 36 (5), e13914, 2022
32022
One hundred priority questions for the development of sustainable food systems in sub-Saharan Africa
AJM Devenish, P Schmitter, NP Jellason, N Esmail, NM Abdi, SK Adanu, ...
Land 12 (10), 1879, 2023
22023
Healthier diets, healthier planet? Quantifying the biodiversity pressure of fruit and vegetable consumption in South Africa, India, and the UK
A Chapman, C Dalin, S Bonetti, R Green, G Hadida, T Mabhaudhi, ...
EGU23, 2023
2023
Written evidence submitted by the Institute for Sustainable Resources (ISR) and Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research (CBER) 15th December 2022 House of Commonsá…
E Boakes, A Chapman, C Dalin, A Etard
2022
Future trade-offs to 2050: land cover change, biodiversity and agriculture in Zambia
G Griffiths, B Adolph, A Chapman, J Davies, A Devenish, NP Jellason, ...
Sentinel/International Institute for Environment and Development, 2022
2022
Functional diversity and biogeography using ‘sFDvent’-the first global trait database for hydrothermal vent species
A Chapman, AE Bates, V Tunnicliffe, sFDvent Working Group
PeerJ Preprints, 2018
2018
A trait-based approach to the biodiversity of deep-sea hydrothermal-vent ecosystems
ASA Chapman
University of Southampton, 2018
2018
The revival of the deep sea in OBIS
W Appeltans, P Provoost, G Reed, L Vandepitte, M Baker, N Higgs, ...
Deep-Sea Life, 24-26, 2016
2016
Spatial Variation in the Composition and Distribution of Faunal Assemblages at Hydrothermal Vents in an Antarctic Seafloor Caldera
ASA Chapman
Original typescript, 2013
2013
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