The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Fishery, Plant litter, Mangrove and Habitat. All of his Ecology and Plankton, Wetland, Floodplain, Freshwater ecosystem and Mangrove ecosystem investigations are sub-components of the entire Ecology study. His Fishery research integrates issues from Biomass and Halodule, Seagrass.
His Plant litter research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ceriops, Rhizophora, Avicennia marina, Ceriops tagal and Litter. His work carried out in the field of Avicennia marina brings together such families of science as Forest floor, Botany, Avicennia and Bruguiera. The study incorporates disciplines such as Halophila, Abundance and Fauna in addition to Mangrove.
Alistar Robertson focuses on Ecology, Mangrove, Fishery, Habitat and Botany. Macrophyte, Floodplain, Biomass, Predation and Seagrass are among the areas of Ecology where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. His Floodplain study combines topics in areas such as Tributary, Riparian zone, Wetland and Biogeochemistry.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Mangrove, Forestry is strongly linked to Productivity. His Fishery research also works with subjects such as
His main research concerns Productivity, Litter, Mangrove, Ecology and Botany. His Productivity research incorporates elements of Ceriops, Forestry, Juvenile fish and Interception. His studies in Litter integrate themes in fields like Wet season, Deciduous, Phenology, Horticulture and Dry season.
He has researched Mangrove in several fields, including Canopy, Tropics and Plant litter. His Ecology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fishery and Environmental protection. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Rhizophoraceae, Biomass, Agronomy, Carbon cycle and Rhizophora.
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Mangroves as nursery sites: comparisons of the abundance and species composition of fish and crustaceans in mangroves and other nearshore habitats in tropical Australia
A.I. Robertson;N.C. Duke.
Marine Biology (1987)
Tropical Mangrove Ecosystems
A. I. Robertson;D. M. Alongi.
Leaf-burying crabs : their influence on energy flow and export from mixed mangrove forests (Rhizophora spp.) in northeastern Australia
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (1986)
Plankton, Epibenthos and Fish Communities
Alistar Robertson;Steve Blaber.
Tropical Mangrove Ecosystems (2013)
Food Chains and Carbon Fluxes
Alistar Robertson;Daniel Alongi;Kevin Boto.
Tropical Mangrove Ecosystems (2013)
Mangroves as filters of shrimp pond effluent: predictions and biogeochemical research needs
A. I. Robertson;M. J. Phillips.
Relationships between livestock management and the ecological condition of riparian habitats along an Australian floodplain river
Jansen Amy;Alistar I. Robertson.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2001)
Mangrove fish-communities in tropical Queensland, Australia: spatial and temporal patterns in densities, biomass and community structure *
A. I. Robertson;N. C. Duke;N. C. Duke.
Marine Biology (1990)
Relationships between riverine fish and woody debris: implications for lowland rivers.
D. A. Crook;A. I. Robertson.
Marine and Freshwater Research (1999)
The influence of crabs on litter processing in high intertidal mangrove forests in tropical Australia.
A. I. Robertson;P. A. Daniel.
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