Further Reading

Clarke KR and Warwick RM (1998) A taxonomic distinctness index and its statistical properties. Journal of Applied Ecology 35: 523-531.

Clarke KR and Warwick RM (1999) The taxonomic distinctness measure of biodiversity: Weighting of step lengths between hierarchical levels. Marine Ecology Progress Series 184: 21-29.

Clarke KR and Warwick RM (2001) A further biodiversity index applicable to species lists: Variation in taxonomic distinctness. Marine Ecology Progress Series 216: 265-278.

Ellingsen KE, Clarke KR, Somerfield PJ, and Warwick RM (2005) Taxonomic distinctness as a measure of diversity applied over a large scale: The benthos of the Norwegian continental shelf. Journal of Animal Ecology 74: 1069-1079.

Hall SJ and Greenstreet SP (1998) Taxonomic distinctness and diversity measures: Responses in marine fish communities. Marine Ecology Progress Series 166: 227-229.

Leonard DRP, Clarke KR, Somerfield PJ, and Warwick RM (2006) The application of an indicator based on taxonomic distinctness for UK marine biodiversity assessments. Journal of Environmental Management 78: 52-62.

Price ARG., Keeling MJ, and O'Callaghan CJ (1999) Ocean-scale patterns of 'biodiversity' of Atlantic asteroids determined from taxonomic distinctness and other measures. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 66: 187-203.

Rogers SI, Clarke KR, and Reynolds JD (1999) The taxonomic distinctness of coastal bottom-dwelling fish communities of the North-east Atlantic. Journal of Animal Ecology 68: 769-782.

Rowden AA, Warwick RM, and Gordon DP (2004) Bryozoan biodiversity in the New Zealand region and implications for marine conservation. Biodiversity and Conservation 13: 2695-2721.

Warwick RM, Ashman CM, Brown AR, et al. (2002) Inter-annual changes in the biodiversity and community structure of the macrobenthos in Tees Bay and the Tees estuary, UK, associated with local and regional environmental events. Marine Ecology Progress Series 234: 1-13.

Warwick RM and Clarke KR (1995) New 'biodiversity' measures reveal a decrease in taxonomic distinctness with increasing stress. Marine Ecology Progress Series 129: 301-305.

Warwick RM and Clarke KR (1998) Taxonomic distinctness and environmental assessment. Journal of Applied Ecology 35: 532-543.

Warwick RM and Clarke KR (2001) Practical measures of marine biodiversity based on relatedness of species. Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review 39: 207-231.

Warwick RM and Light J (2002) Death assemblages of molluscs on St. Martin's Flats, Isles of Scilly: A surrogate for regional biodiversity? Biodiversity and Conservation 11: 99-112.

Warwick RM and Turk SM (2002) Predicting climate change effects on marine biodiversity: Comparison of recent and fossil molluscan death assemblages. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 82: 847-850.

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