Daniel Bayley
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Coral bleaching impacts from back-to-back 2015–2016 thermal anomalies in the remote central Indian Ocean
CEI Head, DTI Bayley, G Rowlands, RC Roche, DM Tickler, AD Rogers, ...
Coral Reefs 38, 605-618, 2019
Coral Bleaching and Mortality in the Chagos Archipelago
C Sheppard, A Sheppard, A Mogg, D Bayley, A Dempsey, R Roche, ...
Atoll Research Bulletin, 1-26, 2017
From science to evidence–how biodiversity indicators can be used for effective marine conservation policy and management
A McQuatters-Gollop, I Mitchell, C Vina-Herbon, J Bedford, PFE Addison, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 109, 2019
Capturing complexity: field-testing the use of ‘structure from motion’derived virtual models to replicate standard measures of reef physical structure
DTI Bayley, AOM Mogg, H Koldewey, A Purvis
PeerJ 7, e6540, 2019
A review of a decade of lessons from one of the world’s largest MPAs: conservation gains and key challenges
GC Hays, HJ Koldewey, S Andrzejaczek, MJ Attrill, S Barley, DTI Bayley, ...
Marine Biology 167, 1-22, 2020
A protocol for the large‐scale analysis of reefs using Structure from Motion photogrammetry
DTI Bayley, AOM Mogg
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 11 (11), 1410-1420, 2020
Valuation of kelp forest ecosystem services in the Falkland Islands: A case study integrating blue carbon sequestration potential
D Bayley, P Brickle, P Brewin, N Golding, T Pelembe
One Ecosystem 6, 2021
Lyme Bay-a case study: measuring recovery of benthic species, assessing potential spill-over effects and socio-economic changes
M Attrill, D Bayley, S Gall, C Hattam, E Jackson, O Langmead, S Mangi, ...
CQUniversity, 2010
New advances in benthic monitoring technology and methodology
DTI Bayley, AOM Mogg
World seas: an environmental evaluation, 121-132, 2019
Evaluating the efficacy of small‐scale marine protected areas for preserving reef health: A case study applying emerging monitoring technology
DTI Bayley, AOM Mogg, A Purvis, HJ Koldewey
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 29 (12), 2026-2044, 2019
Prioritizing action for recovery and conservation of marine species: a case study based on species of conservation importance around England
K Hiscock, D Bayley, N Pade, C Lacey, E Cox, R Enever
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 23 (1), 88-110, 2013
A recovery/conservation programme for marine species of conservation importance
K Hiscock, D Bayley, N Pade, E Cox, C Lacey
A report to Natural England from the Marine Biological Association of the UK …, 2011
Multi-species co-operative hunting behaviour in a remote Indian Ocean reef system
DTI Bayley, A Rose
Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 53 (1), 2020
Giant kelp ‘Blue carbon’storage and sequestration value in the Falkland Islands
DTI Bayley, I Marengo, T Pelembe
Stanley: South Atlantic Environment Institute. doi 10, 2017
Ancillary data from animal-borne cameras as an ecological survey tool for marine communities
TK Chapple, D Tickler, RC Roche, DTI Bayley, AC Gleiss, PE Kanive, ...
Marine Biology 168 (7), 106, 2021
Measuring the long-term success of small-scale marine protected areas in a Philippine reef fishery
DTI Bayley, A Purvis, AC Nellas, M Arias, HJ Koldewey
Coral Reefs 39 (6), 1591-1604, 2020
Empirical and mechanistic approaches to understanding and projecting change in coastal marine communities
D Bayley
UCL (University College London), 2019
Video analysis of the reef structure and community composition of the Chagos Archipelago, British Indian Ocean Territory
D Bayley
University of Wales, Bangor, 2009
Assessment of the long-term effects of fishery area closures on long-lived and sessile species
O Langmead, EL Jackson, DTI Bayley, CE Marshall, SC Gall
Report to Defra from the Marine Life Information Network (MarLIN). Plymouth …, 2010
Towards incorporation of blue carbon in Falkland Islands marine spatial planning: a multi-tiered approach
N Bax, DKA Barnes, SEA Pineda-Metz, T Pearman, M Diesing, S Carter, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 9, 2022
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