Angela Stevenson
TitleCited byYear
Evidence for the bioerosion of deep-water corals by echinoids in the Northeast Atlantic
A Stevenson, C Rocha
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 71, 73-78, 2013
142013
Rapid recovery of Dungeness crab within spatial fishery closures declared under indigenous law in British Columbia
A Frid, M McGreer, A Stevenson
Global ecology and conservation 6, 48-57, 2016
122016
Predation on feather stars by regular echinoids as evidenced by laboratory and field observations and its paleobiological implications
A Stevenson, FJ Gahn, TK Baumiller, GD Sevastopulo
Paleobiology 43 (2), 274-285, 2017
72017
Predation has no competition: factors influencing space and resource use by echinoids in deep‐sea coral habitats, as evidenced by continuous video transects
A Stevenson, FJG Mitchell, JS Davies
Marine ecology 36 (4), 1454-1467, 2015
62015
Description of a new abyssal copepod associated with the echinoid Sperosoma grimaldii Koehler, 1897
RF Anton, A Stevenson, E Schwabe
Spixiana 36, 201-210, 2013
62013
Evidence of nutrient partitioning in coexisting deep-sea echinoids, and seasonal dietary shifts in seasonal breeders: Perspectives from stable isotope analyses
A Stevenson, FJG Mitchell
Progress in oceanography 141, 44-59, 2016
22016
Deep-sea coral reef ecology: Feeding mechanisms, community interactions, and habitat associations of deep-sea echinoids
A Stevenson
Trinity College Dublin, 2014
12014
Reconstructing predation intensity on crinoids using longitudinal and cross-sectional approaches
TK Baumiller, A Stevenson
Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 137 (2), 189-196, 2018
2018
Echinoid associations with coral habitats differ with taxon in the deep sea and the influence of other echinoids, depth, and fishing history on their distribution
A Stevenson, JS Davies, A Williams, F Althaus, AA Rowden, DA Bowden, ...
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 133, 27-38, 2018
2018
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