Ben P Harvey
Ben P Harvey
Shimoda Marine Research Center, University of Tsukuba, Japan
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Marine heatwaves threaten global biodiversity and the provision of ecosystem services
DA Smale, T Wernberg, ECJ Oliver, M Thomsen, BP Harvey, SC Straub, ...
Nature Climate Change 9 (4), 306-312, 2019
Meta‐analysis reveals complex marine biological responses to the interactive effects of ocean acidification and warming
BP Harvey, D Gwynn‐Jones, PJ Moore
Ecology and evolution 3 (4), 1016-1030, 2013
The future of the northeast Atlantic benthic flora in a high CO2 world
J Brodie, CJ Williamson, DA Smale, NA Kamenos, N Mieszkowska, ...
Ecology and Evolution 4 (13), 2787-2798, 2014
Ocean acidification impacts on coastal ecosystem services due to habitat degradation
JM Hall-Spencer, BP Harvey
Emerging Topics in Life Sciences 3 (2), 197-206, 2019
Ocean acidification drives community shifts towards simplified non-calcified habitats in a subtropical− temperate transition zone
S Agostini, BP Harvey, S Wada, K Kon, M Milazzo, K Inaba, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 11354, 2018
Resistance, extinction, and everything in between–The diverse responses of seaweeds to marine heatwaves
SC Straub, T Wernberg, MS Thomsen, PJ Moore, MT Burrows, BP Harvey, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 763, 2019
Dissolution: the Achilles’ heel of the triton shell in an acidifying ocean
BP Harvey, S Agostini, S Wada, K Inaba, JM Hall-Spencer
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 371, 2018
Evolution of marine organisms under climate change at different levels of biological organisation
BP Harvey, B Al-Janabi, S Broszeit, R Cioffi, A Kumar, ...
Water 6 (11), 3545-3574, 2014
Individual and population-level responses to ocean acidification
BP Harvey, NJ McKeown, SPS Rastrick, C Bertolini, A Foggo, H Graham, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 20194, 2016
Predicting responses to marine heatwaves using functional traits
BP Harvey, KE Marshall, CDG Harley, BD Russell
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 37 (1), 20-29, 2022
Simplification, not “tropicalization”, of temperate marine ecosystems under ocean warming and acidification
S Agostini, BP Harvey, M Milazzo, S Wada, K Kon, N Floc’h, K Komatsu, ...
Global Change Biology 27 (19), 4771-4784, 2021
Diatoms Dominate and Alter Marine Food-Webs When CO2 Rises
BP Harvey, S Agostini, K Kon, S Wada, JM Hall-Spencer
Diversity 11 (12), 242, 2019
Understanding coralline algal responses to ocean acidification: Meta‐analysis and synthesis
CE Cornwall, BP Harvey, S Comeau, DL Cornwall, JM Hall‐Spencer, ...
Global change biology 28 (2), 362-374, 2022
Changes in fish communities due to benthic habitat shifts under ocean acidification conditions
C Cattano, S Agostini, BP Harvey, S Wada, F Quattrocchi, G Turco, ...
Science of the Total Environment 725, 138501, 2020
Ocean acidification locks algal communities in a species‐poor early successional stage
BP Harvey, K Kon, S Agostini, S Wada, JM Hall‐Spencer
Global Change Biology 27 (10), 2174-2187, 2021
Major loss of coralline algal diversity in response to ocean acidification
V Peņa, BP Harvey, S Agostini, L Porzio, M Milazzo, P Horta, L Le Gall, ...
Global Change Biology 27 (19), 4785-4798, 2021
Ocean acidification alters bacterial communities on marine plastic debris
BP Harvey, D Kerfahi, YG Jung, JH Shin, JM Adams, JM Hall-Spencer
Marine Pollution Bulletin 161, 111749, 2020
Meta-analysis reveals complex marine biological responses to the interactive effects of ocean acidification and warming, Ecol. Evol., 3, 1016–1030
BP Harvey, D Gwynn-Jones, PJ Moore
doi. org/10.1002/ece3 516, 2013
Ocean warming and acidification prevent compensatory response in a predator to reduced prey quality
BP Harvey, PJ Moore
Marine Ecology Progress Series 563, 111-122, 2017
Crustose coralline algae can contribute more than corals to coral reef carbonate production
CE Cornwall, J Carlot, O Branson, TA Courtney, BP Harvey, CT Perry, ...
Communications Earth & Environment 4 (1), 105, 2023
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