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Long, Sarah E., Devlin, Jack J., Raposo, Pedro, Porter, Ben J. and Hereward, Hannah F. R. 2021. Habitat categorisation and mapping of a seabird reserve: Ilhéu da Praia, Azores. Seabird 33 , pp. 53-65.
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Hereward, Hannah F. R., Facey, Richard J., Sargent, Alyssa J., Roda, Sara, Couldwell, Matthew L., Renshaw, Emma L., Shaw, Katie H., Devlin, Jack J., Long, Sarah E., Porter, Ben J., Henderson, Jodie M., Emmett, Christa, Astbury, Laura, Maggs, Luke, Rands, Sean A. and Thomas, Robert J. 2021. Raspberry Pi nest cameras – an affordable tool for remote behavioural and conservation monitoring of bird nests. Ecology and Evolution 11 (21) , pp. 14585-14597. 10.1002/ece3.8127
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Hereward, Hannah F. R., King, Nathan G. and Smale, Dan A. 2020. Intra-annual variability in responses of a canopy forming kelp to cumulative low tide heat stress: implications for populations at the trailing range edge. Journal of Phycology 56 (1) , pp. 146-158. 10.1111/jpy.12927

Hereward, Hannah F. R., Gentle, Louise K., Ray, Nicholas D. and Sluka, Robert D. 2019. Habitat associations of hawkfish: depth, distribution, and density at two sites in Kenya. Bulletin of Marine Science 95 (2) , pp. 265-276. 10.5343/bms.2018.0035

Hereward, Hannah F.R., Foggo, Andrew, Hinckley, Sarah L., Greenwood, Joanna and Smale, Dan A. 2018. Seasonal variability in the population structure of a habitat-forming kelp and a conspicuous gastropod grazer: Do blue-rayed limpets (Patella pellucida) exert top-down pressure on Laminaria digitata populations? Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 506 , pp. 171-181. 10.1016/j.jembe.2018.06.011

Cowburn, B., Musembi, P.M., Sindorf, V., Kohlmeier, D., Raker, C., Nussbaumer, A., Hereward, H.F.R., Van Baelenberghe, B., Goebbels, D., Kamire, J., Horions, M., Sluka, R.D., Taylor, M.L. and Rogers, A.D. 2018. The habitats and biodiversity of Watamu Marine National Park: evaluating our knowledge of one of East Africa's oldest marine protected areas. Atoll Research Bulletin (618) 10.5479/si.0077-5630.618
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Hereward, H. F. R, Gentle, L. K., Ray, N. D. and Sluka, R. D. 2017. Ghost crab burrow density at Watamu Marine National Park: An indicator of the impact of urbanisation and associated disturbance? African Journal of Marine Science 39 (1) , pp. 129-133. 10.2989/1814232X.2017.1305990

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