Simon Rundle
Simon Rundle
Professor in Aquatic Biology
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Threats to the running water ecosystems of the world
B Malmqvist, S Rundle
Environmental conservation, 134-153, 2002
11342002
Ecotone or ecocline: ecological boundaries in estuaries
MJ Attrill, SD Rundle
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 55 (6), 929-936, 2002
3752002
Ocean acidification disrupts induced defences in the intertidal gastropod Littorina littorea
R Bibby, P Cleall-Harding, S Rundle, S Widdicombe, J Spicer
Biology letters 3 (6), 699-701, 2007
2742007
Comparing the strength of behavioural plasticity and consistency across situations: animal personalities in the hermit crab Pagurus bernhardus
M Briffa, SD Rundle, A Fryer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1640), 1305-1311, 2008
2402008
Does macrophyte fractal complexity drive invertebrate diversity, biomass and body size distributions?
L McAbendroth, PM Ramsay, A Foggo, SD Rundle, DT Bilton
Oikos 111 (2), 279-290, 2005
2002005
Altitudinal trends in the diatoms, bryophytes, macroinvertebrates and fish of a Nepalese river system
SJ Ormerod, SD Rundle, SM Wilkinson, GP Daly, KM Dale, I Juttner
Freshwater biology 32 (2), 309-322, 1994
1621994
The influence of riparian management on the habitat structure and macroinvertebrate communities of upland streams draining plantation forests
SJ Ormerod, SD Rundle, EC Lloyd, AA Douglas
Journal of applied ecology, 13-24, 1993
1481993
Subtle but significant effects of CO2 acidified seawater on embryos of the intertidal snail, Littorina obtusata
RP Ellis, J Bersey, SD Rundle, JM Hall-Spencer, JI Spicer
Aquatic Biology 5 (1), 41-48, 2009
1452009
Are distribution patterns linked to dispersal mechanism? An investigation using pond invertebrate assemblages
SD Rundle, A Foggo, V Choiseul, DT Bilton
Freshwater Biology 47 (9), 1571-1581, 2002
1352002
Inter–and intraspecific trait compensation of defence mechanisms in freshwater snails
SD Rundle, C Brönmark
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
1292001
Unravelling nestedness and spatial pattern in pond assemblages
L McAbendroth, A Foggo, SD Rundle, DT Bilton
Journal of Animal Ecology 74 (1), 41-49, 2005
1272005
Interactions between freshwater snails and tadpoles: competition and facilitation
C Brönmark, SD Rundle, A Erlandsson
Oecologia 87 (1), 8-18, 1991
1261991
Nutrient incluence on a stream grazer: Orthocladius microcommunities respond to nutrient input
AE Hershey, AL Hiltner, MAJ Hullar, MC Miller, JR Vestal, MA Lock, ...
Ecology 69 (5), 1383-1392, 1988
1151988
The influence of drought-induced low freshwater flow on an upper-estuarine macroinvertebrate community
MJ Attrill, SD Rundle, RM Thomas
Water Research 30 (2), 261-268, 1996
1071996
Trait compensation in marine gastropods: shell shape, avoidance behavior, and susceptibility to predation
PA Cotton, SD Rundle, KE Smith
Ecology 85 (6), 1581-1584, 2004
1062004
Effects of ocean acidification and elevated temperature on shell plasticity and its energetic basis in an intertidal gastropod
S Melatunan, P Calosi, SD Rundle, S Widdicombe, AJ Moody
Marine Ecology Progress Series 472, 155-168, 2013
1042013
Cue association and antipredator behaviour in a pulmonate snail, Lymnaea stagnalis
S Dalesman, SD Rundle, RA Coleman, PA Cotton
Animal Behaviour 71 (4), 789-797, 2006
1032006
Exposure to Elevated Temperature and Pco2 Reduces Respiration Rate and Energy Status in the Periwinkle Littorina littorea
S Melatunan, P Calosi, SD Rundle, AJ Moody, S Widdicombe
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 84 (6), 583-594, 2011
1012011
Macroinvertebrate communities in streams in the Himalaya, Nepal
SD RUNDLE, A JENKINS, SJ Ormerod
Freshwater Biology 30 (1), 169-180, 1993
831993
The effect of CO2 acidified sea water and reduced salinity on aspects of the embryonic development of the amphipod Echinogammarus marinus (Leach)
H Egilsdottir, JI Spicer, SD Rundle
Marine Pollution Bulletin 58 (8), 1187-1191, 2009
812009
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