Publications / Editorials
Rogers, A.D., Frinault, B.A.V., Barnes D.K.A., Bindoff, N.L., Downie, R., Ducklow, H.W., Friedlander, A.S., Hart, T., Hill, S.L., Hofmann, E.E., Linse, K., McMahon, C.R., Murphy, E.J., Pakhomov, E.A., Reygondeau, G., Staniland, I.J., Wolf-Gladrow, D.A., Wright, R., 2020. Antarctic futures: An assessment of climate-driven changes on ecosystem structure, function and service provision in the Southern Ocean. Annual Review of Marine Science. 12. First posted online 23rd July 2019 (changes may occur before final 2020 publication) https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev-marine-010419-011028
Frinault, B.A.V. van der Grient, J.M.A., Rogers, A.D., Roterman, C.N., Taylor, M.L.,… 2019. Southwest Indian Ocean Ridge seamounts: Coral, Melville Bank, Middle of What and Atlantis Bank; benthic megafaunal communities. In preparation
Frinault, B.A.V., 2019. How can net zero fit into international governance and regulatory frameworks? In Environmental Change Institute and Oxford Martin School, Achieving Net Zero. University of Oxford, Oxford, 9-11th September. http://www.netzero.org.uk/
Frinault, B.A.V., 2019. What implications does net zero have on equity, ethics and intergenerational justice? In Environmental Change Institute and Oxford Martin School, Achieving Net Zero. University of Oxford, Oxford, 9-11th September. http://www.netzero.org.uk/
Rogers, A.D., Frinault, B.A.V., Barnes, D.K.A., Bindoff, N.L., Downie, R., Ducklow, H.W., Friedlander, A.S., Hart, T., Hill, S.L., Hofmann, E.E., Linse, K., Murphy, E.J., Pakhomov, E.A., Reygondeau, G., Wolf-Gladrow, D.A., Wright, R.M., 2018. Climate Change impacts on Antarctic marine ecosystems and implications for management. Presented by Rogers, A.D. at the Marine Ecosystem Assessment of the Southern Ocean Conference: Assessing status and trends of habitats, key species and ecosystems in the Southern Ocean. C3 Convention Centre, Hobart, 12th April.
Rogers, A.D. and Frinault, B.A.V. (Editors). 2017. Workshop report on climate change impacts on Antarctic marine ecosystems: Implications for management of living resources and conservation. Oxford: Somerville College, University of Oxford. 47 pp.
Laffoley, D., Hulme, S., Francis, B., Frinault, B., Baxter, J., von Lindenfels, M. (Editors). 2017. Workshop report on exploring ocean risk: Hazards, vulnerabilities, global priorities and regional resilience. IUCN and IPSO, 35pp.
Ewart, H., Montelli, A., Frinault, B., 2019. ‘Weddell Sea Expedition 2019 - Marine biology and glaciology in the Weddell Sea.’ Reach the World, from the SA Agulhas II, Antarctica 25th January.
Frinault, B.A.V., 2019. ‘Hobart: A journey from seamounts to software - expediting exploration?’ Weddell Sea Expedition 2019, SA Agulhas II, Antarctica 19th February.
Frinault, B.A.V., 2019. Marine biology: Discovering life in the icy deep – secrets of the Weddell Sea. The Weddell Sea Expedition 2019. https://weddellseaexpedition.org/marine-biology/
Frinault, B.A.V., 2017. The deep-sea: Protecting areas beyond national jurisdiction; particular focus on communities of Southwest Indian Ocean Ridge seamounts. Thesis (MSc), University of Oxford, 99pp.
Frinault, B.A.V., 2015. Maritime traffic effects on the semi-resident population of bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops truncatus, inhabiting Cardigan Bay, west Wales. Thesis (BSc), School of Ocean Sciences, University of Bangor, 72pp.