1963 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Angel C. Alcala focuses on Marine reserve, Fishery, Ecology, Coral reef and Coral reef fish. Angel C. Alcala has researched Marine reserve in several fields, including Biomass, Reef and Fisheries management. His Fishery course of study focuses on Ecosystem and Trophic cascade, Trophic level, Food chain, Marine biology and Carrying capacity.
His study on Abundance and Tropical marine climate is often connected to Yield and Direct test as part of broader study in Ecology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nature reserve, Environmental protection and Lutjanidae in addition to Coral reef. His work focuses on many connections between Coral reef fish and other disciplines, such as Predatory fish, that overlap with his field of interest in Fish stock.
Angel C. Alcala spends much of his time researching Ecology, Fishery, Marine reserve, Coral reef and Fishing. Ecology connects with themes related to Zoology in his study. His Fishery study incorporates themes from Predatory fish, Marine protected area, Ecosystem and Coral.
His Marine reserve research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Coral reef fish, Lethrinidae, Biomass, Fisheries management and Nature reserve. His study looks at the relationship between Coral reef and fields such as Benthic zone, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His work in Fishing addresses subjects such as Acanthuridae, which are connected to disciplines such as Catch per unit effort.
His primary scientific interests are in Fishery, Coral reef, Marine reserve, Ecology and Benthic zone. His study in Estuary, Catch per unit effort and Crustacean are all subfields of Fishery. His Coral reef research focuses on Marine protected area and how it connects with Biological dispersal, Juvenile fish, Coral Triangle, Biomass and Environmental change.
His work on Archipelago and Abiotic component as part of general Ecology study is frequently connected to Clade, Phylogeography and Gene flow, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His research integrates issues of Reef, Coral bleaching, Coral and Caesionidae in his study of Benthic zone. His work deals with themes such as Trophic level, Goatfish and Fishing, which intersect with Coral reef fish.
His main research concerns Ecology, Fishery, Marine reserve, Coral reef and Benthic zone. His Fishery study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Dominance. The concepts of his Dominance study are interwoven with issues in Benthos, Coral bleaching and Parrotfish.
Benthic zone is often connected to Coral in his work. The various areas that Angel C. Alcala examines in his Pomacentridae study include Trophic level and Lutjanidae, Lethrinidae. His Reef research incorporates themes from Nocturnal and Habitat.
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Do marine reserves export adult fish biomass? Evidence from Apo Island, central Philippines
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1996)
Decadal trends in marine reserves reveal differential rates of change in direct and indirect effects
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2010)
Marine reserve benefits local fisheries
Ecological Applications (2004)
Marine Reserves: Rates and Patterns of Recovery and Decline of Large Predatory Fish
Ecological Applications (1996)
A direct test of the effects of protective management on abundance and yield of tropical marine resources
Ices Journal of Marine Science (1990)
Effects of intense fishing pressure on an assemblage of coral reef fishes
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1989)
Marine reserves: long-term protection is required for full recovery of predatory fish populations
No-take Marine Reserves and Reef Fisheries Management in the Philippines: A New People Power Revolution
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment (2006)
Management histories of Sumilon and Apo Marine Reserves, Philippines, and their influence on national marine resource policy
Coral Reefs (1999)
Evolutionary Processes of Diversification in a Model Island Archipelago
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics (2013)
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