Andrew J. Pershing mostly deals with Ecology, Oceanography, Climate change, Climatology and Ecosystem. Andrew J. Pershing interconnects North Atlantic Deep Water and Fishery in the investigation of issues within Ecology. His research links Calanus finmarchicus with Oceanography.
Andrew J. Pershing combines subjects such as Plankton, Food web, Biogeography and Biogeochemistry with his study of Climate change. His Climatology research integrates issues from Heat wave and Fisheries management. Andrew J. Pershing usually deals with Ecosystem and limits it to topics linked to Trophic level and Abundance.
His main research concerns Oceanography, Ecology, Fishery, Climate change and Ecosystem. The various areas that he examines in his Oceanography study include Climatology and Calanus finmarchicus. His study in the field of Abundance, Whaling and Fishing also crosses realms of Salmo.
His Whaling research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Whale and Baleen. The Climate change study combines topics in areas such as Homarus, American lobster, Marine ecosystem and Environmental resource management. His Ecosystem research integrates issues from Global warming and Natural resource.
Climate change, Sea surface temperature, Environmental resource management, Oceanography and Ecology are his primary areas of study. His Climate change research includes themes of Natural resource, Marine ecosystem, American lobster, Fishery and Species distribution. His work deals with themes such as Calanus finmarchicus, Right whale and Whaling, which intersect with Marine ecosystem.
His Fishing study in the realm of Fishery interacts with subjects such as Circulation. He interconnects Adaptation and Range in the investigation of issues within Oceanography. His work in the fields of Ecology, such as Carbon flux, Biome and Plankton, overlaps with other areas such as Particle-size distribution and Zooplankton grazing.
Andrew J. Pershing focuses on Oceanography, Climate change, Sea surface temperature, Ecosystem and Natural resource. The various areas that Andrew J. Pershing examines in his Oceanography study include Adaptation and Phenology. Andrew J. Pershing has researched Climate change in several fields, including Climatology and Marine ecosystem.
In general Marine ecosystem study, his work on Large marine ecosystem often relates to the realm of Freezing point, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His study explores the link between Ecosystem and topics such as Global change that cross with problems in Environmental resource management. Andrew J. Pershing has included themes like Global warming, Fishery and American lobster in his Natural resource study.
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Slow adaptation in the face of rapid warming leads to collapse of the Gulf of Maine cod fishery.
Andrew J. Pershing;Michael A. Alexander;Christina M. Hernandez;Lisa A. Kerr.
Techniques for cetacean-habitat modeling
J. V. Redfern;M. C. Ferguson;E. A. Becker;K. D. Hyrenbach.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2006)
Fisheries Management in a Changing Climate Lessons from the 2012 Ocean Heat Wave in the Northwest Atlantic
Katherine E. Mills;Andrew J. Pershing;Curtis J. Brown;Yong Chen.
Whales as marine ecosystem engineers.
Joe Roman;James A Estes;Lyne Morissette;Craig Smith.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2014)
Climate Drives Sea Change
Charles H. Greene;Andrew J. Pershing.
The biogeography of marine plankton traits.
Andrew D. Barton;Andrew D. Barton;Andrew J. Pershing;Elena Litchman;Elena Litchman;Nicholas R. Record;Nicholas R. Record.
Ecology Letters (2013)
Interdecadal variability in the Gulf of Maine zooplankton community, with potential impacts on fish recruitment
Andrew J. Pershing;Charles H. Greene;Jack W. Jossi;Loretta O'Brien.
Ices Journal of Marine Science (2005)
ARCTIC CLIMATE CHANGE AND ITS IMPACTS ON THE ECOLOGY OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC
Charles H. Greene;Andrew J. Pershing;Andrew J. Pershing;Thomas M. Cronin;Nicole Ceci.
The response of Calanus finmarchicus populations to climate variability in the Northwest Atlantic: basin-scale forcing associated with the North Atlantic Oscillation
C. H. Greene;A. J. Pershing.
Ices Journal of Marine Science (2000)
Climate and ecosystem linkages explain widespread declines in North American Atlantic salmon populations
Global Change Biology (2013)
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