The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Oceanography, Ecology, Antarctic krill, Krill and Euphausia. His work on Oceanography is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Jellyfish. His Marine ecosystem and Coral reef study in the realm of Ecology interacts with subjects such as Microbial ecology and Aquatic weeds.
His Euphausia research includes themes of Potential density, Anomaly, Potential temperature and Mesoscale meteorology. Andrew S. Brierley combines subjects such as Sampling and Abundance with his study of Biomass. His Sea ice research includes elements of Diel vertical migration and Arctic.
Andrew S. Brierley mostly deals with Oceanography, Krill, Antarctic krill, Ecology and Fishery. His Oceanography study frequently links to other fields, such as Abundance. As part of the same scientific family, Andrew S. Brierley usually focuses on Krill, concentrating on Echo sounding and intersecting with Target strength and Sampling.
His Antarctic krill study incorporates themes from Euphausia, Swarm behaviour and Research vessel. Many of his research projects under Ecology are closely connected to Panmixia with Panmixia, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Fishery study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ecosystem and Underwater vehicle.
Andrew S. Brierley spends much of his time researching Oceanography, Fishery, Mesopelagic zone, Zoology and Jellyfish. His Oceanography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Marine habitats and Geophysics. Andrew S. Brierley works mostly in the field of Fishery, limiting it down to concerns involving Climate change and, occasionally, Food web, Lead and Sea ice.
His Food web research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Euphausia and Antarctic krill. He is investigating Antarctic krill as part of his inquiry into Ecology and Krill. His research investigates the connection with Jellyfish and areas like Zooplankton which intersect with concerns in Cyanea, Aeromonas salmonicida, Fish farming and Aquaculture.
His primary areas of investigation include Mesopelagic zone, Polar front, Zoology, Oceanography and Soil science. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Marine ecosystem, Predation, Microplastics, Plastic pollution and Diel vertical migration. His research in Polar front intersects with topics in Antarctic krill, Spatial variability, Euphausia, Food web and Biomagnification.
His Zoology study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Bioaccumulation. His study ties his expertise on Crustacean together with the subject of Oceanography. His Soil science research integrates issues from Biomass and Scattering.
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Scaling laws of marine predator search behaviour
David W. Sims;Emily J. Southall;Nicolas E. Humphries;Graeme C. Hays.
Impacts of climate change on marine organisms and ecosystems.
Andrew S. Brierley;Michael J. Kingsford.
Current Biology (2009)
Jellyfish overtake fish in a heavily fished ecosystem.
Christopher P. Lynam;Mark J. Gibbons;Bjørn E. Axelsen;Conrad A.J. Sparks.
Current Biology (2006)
Marine Ecology: Processes, Systems, and Impacts
Michel J. Kaiser;Martin A. Attrill;Simon Jennings;David N. Thomas.
Antarctic Krill Under Sea Ice: Elevated Abundance in a Narrow Band Just South of Ice Edge
Andrew S. Brierley;Paul G. Fernandes;Mark A. Brandon;Frederick Armstrong.
Interannual variability in abundance of North Sea jellyfish and links to the North Atlantic Oscillation
Christopher P. Lynam;Stephen J. Hay;Andrew S. Brierley.
Limnology and Oceanography (2004)
Ecology of southern ocean pack ice.
Andrew S Brierley;David N Thomas.
Advances in Marine Biology (2002)
Biomass of Antarctic krill in the Scotia Sea in January/February 2000 and its use in revising an estimate of precautionary yield
Roger P. Hewitt;Jon Watkins;Mikio Naganobu;Viacheslav Sushin.
Deep-sea Research Part Ii-topical Studies in Oceanography (2004)
Diel vertical migration of Arctic zooplankton during the polar night
Jørgen Berge;Finlo Cottier;Øystein Varpe.
Biology Letters (2009)
Interannual variability of the South Georgia marine ecosystem : biological and physical sources of variation in the abundance of krill
E. J. Murphy;J. L. Watkins;K. Reid;P. N. Trathan.
Fisheries Oceanography (1998)
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