Alexandra FiremanEnvironmental Awareness Group · Antigua Marine Conservation Program
Master of Science
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Citations since 2017
2 Research Items
August 2018 - January 2021
Field of study
- Marine & Estuarine Environmental Science
Food webs in urban estuaries support valuable ecosystem services that are subject to a wide range of stressors that can degrade the structure of trophic networks. Multiple trophic pathways stabilize food webs by providing complementary diet resources for consumers but the consequences of urbanization on estuarine food webs are relatively unknown. I...
Widespread human development has led to the proliferation of artificial light at night, an increasingly recognized but poorly understood component of anthropogenic global change. Animals specialized to diurnal activity are presented opportunities to use this night-light niche, but the ecological consequences are largely unknown. While published rec...