His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Oceanography, Biodiversity, Seamount and Benthic zone. In the field of Ecology, his study on Trophic level, Species richness and Relative species abundance overlaps with subjects such as Continental margin. His Oceanography study focuses mostly on Benthos and Continental shelf.
Alan Williams has included themes like Habitat, Marine ecosystem, Bayes' theorem, Scale and Spatial ecology in his Biodiversity study. His studies in Seamount integrate themes in fields like Hoplostethus and Coral. His Benthic zone research focuses on Fauna and how it connects with Orange roughy.
Alan Williams mostly deals with Oceanography, Ecology, Benthic zone, Fishery and Habitat. As part of his studies on Oceanography, he often connects relevant subjects like Fauna. His study in the field of Biodiversity, Species richness and Ecosystem is also linked to topics like Continental margin.
His work on Benthos as part of general Benthic zone study is frequently linked to Megafauna, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research in the fields of Seascape and Critical habitat overlaps with other disciplines such as Context. As a member of one scientific family, Alan Williams mostly works in the field of Seamount, focusing on Coral and, on occasion, Bottom trawling.
Benthic zone, Oceanography, Fauna, Ecology and Deep sea are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Benthic zone study are interwoven with issues in Continental shelf, Submarine canyon, Abyssal zone and Habitat. His work on Transect, Seamount and Seafloor spreading as part of his general Oceanography study is frequently connected to Continental margin, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His Fauna research incorporates elements of Abundance, Biodiversity and Marine reserve. His study ties his expertise on Fishery together with the subject of Biodiversity. Alan Williams studies Ecology, focusing on Fishing in particular.
Alan Williams spends much of his time researching Oceanography, Benthic zone, Fauna, Submarine canyon and Deep sea. His Fauna study combines topics in areas such as Marine reserve, Biodiversity, Species richness and Invertebrate. His Biodiversity study is related to the wider topic of Ecology.
Ecology and Fishery are commonly linked in his work. His work carried out in the field of Submarine canyon brings together such families of science as Oreosomatidae and Seamount. His Canyon research incorporates themes from Demersal fish, Seascape, Habitat, Biomass and Pelagic zone.
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Seamount benthic macrofauna off southern tasmania: community structure and impacts of trawling
J. A. Koslow;K. Gowlett-Holmes;J. K. Lowry;T. O¹Hara.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2001)
Ecological risk assessment for the effects of fishing
A.J. Hobday;A.D.M. Smith;I.C. Stobutzki;C. Bulman.
Fisheries Research (2011)
The ecology of seamounts: structure, function, and human impacts.
Malcolm R. Clark;Ashley A. Rowden;Thomas Schlacher;Alan Williams.
Annual Review of Marine Science (2010)
Impacts of bottom trawling on deep-coral ecosystems of seamounts are long-lasting
F. Althaus;A. Williams;T. A. Schlacher;R. J. Kloser.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2009)
The impacts of deep-sea fisheries on benthic communities: a review
Malcolm R. Clark;Franziska Althaus;Thomas A. Schlacher;Alan Williams.
Ices Journal of Marine Science (2016)
Seamount megabenthic assemblages fail to recover from trawling impacts.
Alan Williams;Thomas A. Schlacher;Ashley A. Rowden;Franziska Althaus.
Marine Ecology (2010)
Species identification in deep water using multiple acoustic frequencies
R J Kloser;T Ryan;P Sakov;A Williams.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (2002)
Diets and trophic guilds of demersal fishes of the south-eastern Australian shelf
CM Bulman;F Althaus;X He;NJ Bax.
Marine and Freshwater Research (2001)
Delineating fish-habitat associations for spatially based management: an example from the south-eastern Australian continental shelf
Alan Williams;Nicholas J. Bax.
Marine and Freshwater Research (2001)
Richness and distribution of sponge megabenthos in continental margin canyons off southeastern Australia
Thomas A. Schlacher;Monika A. Schlacher-Hoenlinger;Alan Williams;Franziska Althaus.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2007)
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