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Dr Kate De La Haye

Assistant Administrator

Plymouth Graduate School of Management & Plymouth Business School (Faculty of Business)


PhD Marine Biology, Plymouth University 2012
MA in Modern Fiction, University of Exeter

Briffa, M., de La Haye, K. & Munday, P.L. (2013) High CO2 and marine animal behaviour: Potential mechanisms and ecological consequences. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 64: 1519-1528.

de La Haye, K., Spicer, J.I., Widdicombe, S. & Briffa, M. (2012) Reduced pH sea water disrupts chemo-responsive behaviour in an intertidal crustacean. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 412: 134–140.

de La Haye, K., Spicer, J.I., Widdicombe, S. & Briffa, M. (2011) Reduced seawater pH disrupts information gathering, resource assessment and decision making in the hermit crab Pagurus bernhardus. Animal Behaviour, 82: 495-501.

Valdivia, N., de la Haye, K.L., Jenkins, S.R., Kimmance, S.A., Thompson, R.C. & Molis, M. (2009) Functional composition, but not richness, affected the performance of sessile suspension-feeding assemblages. Journal of Sea Research, 61: 216-221.

Griffin, J., de la Haye, K.L., Hawkins, S.J., Thompson, R.C. and Jenkins S.R. (2008). Predator diversity and ecosystem functioning: density modifies the effect of resource partitioning. Ecology, 89: 298-305.