- Marine Institute, Level 3, Marine Building, Drake Circus
Dr Olivia Langmead
Research Fellow Blue Communities
School of Psychology (Faculty of Health and Human Sciences)
I am currently working on a project exploring the role of management in delivering ecosystem services in Marine Protected Areas. This work is funded by The Prince Albert of Monaco II Foundation. This work specifically involves modelling the complex links between ecosystem services, the functions that support them, and the impacts of anthrophogenic activities on the sustained delivery of these services.
Jackson, EL, Langmead, O, McQuatters-Gollop, A, Miller, P, Fox, C, Hiscock, K, Tyler-Walters, H & Saunders, J. 2009. Marine Biodiversity Hotspots. Report to the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs from the Marine Life Information Network (MarLIN) Plymouth: Marine Biological Association of the UK, subcontracted by ABPMer, Southampton. Defra Contract No. MB102 Task 2F, Report No. 2.
Langmead, O, McQuatters-Gollop, A, Mee, LD, Friedrich, J, Gilbert, AJ, Gomoiu, M-T, Jackson, EL, Knudsen, S, Minicheva, G & Todorova, V. 2008. Recovery or decline of the northwestern Black Sea: A societal choice revealed by socio-ecological modelling. Ecological Modelling doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2008.09.011.
Branch, GM, Thompson, RC, Crowe, T, Castilla, JC, Langmead, O, & Hawkins, SJ. 2008. Ch 14 Rocky intertidal shores: prognosis for the future. In: Aquatic Ecosystems: Trends and Global Prospects pp. 209-225. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Langmead, O, Mieszkowska, N, Ellis, R & Hiscock, K 2008. Rock and biogenic reef habitats: Review of indicators and identification of gaps. Report to the Joint Nature Conservation Committee from the Marine Biological Association. Plymouth, Marine Biological Association.
Langmead, O, Jackson, E, Lear, D, Evans, J, Seeley, B, Ellis, R, Mieszkowska, N & Tyler-Walters, H. 2008. The Review of Biodiversity for Marine Spatial Planning within the Firth of Clyde. Report to the SSMEI Clyde Pilot from the Marine Life Information Network (MarLIN). Plymouth: Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. [Contract number R70073PUR].
Jackson, EL, Langmead, O, Evans, J, Ellis, R & Tyler-Walters, H. 2008. Protecting nationally important marine Biodiversity in Wales. Report to the Wales Environment Link from the Marine Life Information Network (MarLIN). Plymouth: Marine Biological Association of the UK.
Jackson, EL, Langmead, O, Barnes, M, Tyler-Walters, H & Hiscock, K. 2008. Identification of indicator species to represent the full range of benthic life history strategies for Lyme Bay and the consideration of the wider application for monitoring of Marine Protected Areas. Report to the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs from the Marine Life Information Network (MarLIN). Plymouth: Marine Biological Association of the UK. Defra Contract No. MB0101 Milestone 2.
Langmead O, McQuatters-Gollop A, Mee LD (Eds.). 2007. European Lifestyles and Marine Ecosystems: Exploring challenges for managing Europe’s seas. 43pp. University of Plymouth Marine Institute, Plymouth, UK.
Jackson EL, Glanfield SC, Delacruz J, Langmead O, Arvanitidis C, Attrill MJ, Tyler-Walters H, Mee LD. 2006. An objective approach to defining loss of seagrass in the Mediterranean: causal chain analysis and scenario predictions. Biologia Marina 13(4): 240-244.
Southward AJ, Langmead O, Hardman-Mountford NJ, Aiken J, Boalch GT, Dando PR, Genner MJ, Joint I, Kendall M, Halliday NC, Harris RP, Leaper R, Mieszkowska N, Pingree RD, Richardson AJ, Sims DW, Smith T, Walne AW & Hawkins SJ. 2005. Long-term biological and environmental researches in the western English Channel . Advances in Marine Biology, 47, 1-105.
Langmead O & Sheppard C, 2004. Coral reef community dynamics and disturbance: a simulation model. Ecological Modelling, 175, 271-290.
Langmead O & NE Chadwick Furman, 1999. Marginal tentacles of the corallimorpharian Rhodactis rhodostoma. 1. Role in competition for space. Marine Biology 134, 479-489.
Langmead O & NE Chadwick Furman, 1999. Marginal tentacles of the corallimorpharian Rhodactis rhodostoma. 2. Induced development and long-term effects on coral competitors. Marine Biology 134, 491-500.