Anson H. Hines mainly focuses on Ecology, Callinectes, Predation, Fishery and Habitat. His study in Crustacean, Macomona liliana, Introduced species, Ecosystem and Trophic level is carried out as part of his Ecology studies. Anson H. Hines focuses mostly in the field of Callinectes, narrowing it down to matters related to Abundance and, in some cases, Carcinus, Ecological release and Carcinus maenas.
In his work, Guild is strongly intertwined with Macoma balthica, which is a subfield of Predation. His Fishery research integrates issues from Habitat destruction, Kelp forest and Brown algae. His Habitat research incorporates elements of Chesapeake bay, Bay mud and Stage.
Anson H. Hines spends much of his time researching Ecology, Fishery, Callinectes, Crustacean and Predation. He works mostly in the field of Ecology, limiting it down to concerns involving Zoology and, occasionally, Reproduction. The study incorporates disciplines such as Juvenile, Kelp forest and Hatchery in addition to Fishery.
His Callinectes research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Bay, Anatomy, Sex ratio, Carapace and Animal science. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Salinity under Crustacean, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Balanus. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Abundance, Foraging and Guild.
Anson H. Hines mostly deals with Ecology, Predation, Fishery, Callinectes and Habitat. Ecology is a component of his Estuary, Range, Foraging, Oyster and Guild studies. His work deals with themes such as Seagrass, Abundance and Macoma balthica, which intersect with Predation.
His Fishery study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Herring and Fish migration. He has included themes like Animal science and Embryo, Cell biology in his Callinectes study. His research in Habitat is mostly concerned with Habitat destruction.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Estuary, Predation, Eastern oyster and Zoology. In his works, Anson H. Hines conducts interdisciplinary research on Ecology and Phylogeography. Anson H. Hines combines subjects such as Watershed, Habitat destruction, Habitat, Marine ecosystem and Eutrophication with his study of Estuary.
His Predation research includes elements of Mutualism, Catfish, Macoma balthica and Density dependent. His Eastern oyster research includes themes of Period, Radiocarbon dating, Human settlement, Threatened species and Woodland. His Zoology research incorporates themes from Range and Sympatry.
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Invasion of Coastal Marine Communities in North America: Apparent Patterns, Processes, and Biases
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics (2000)
Global Invasions of Marine and Estuarine Habitats by Non-Indigenous Species: Mechanisms, Extent, and Consequences'
Integrative and Comparative Biology (1997)
Allometric constraints and variables of reproductive effort in brachyuran crabs
Marine Biology (1982)
Non-indigenous species as stressors in estuarine and marine communities: Assessing invasion impacts and interactions
Limnology and Oceanography (1999)
Shallow water as a refuge habitat for fish and crustaceans in non-vegetated estuaries: an example from Chesapeake Bay
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1993)
Guild structure and foraging impact of blue crabs and epibenthic fish in a subestuary of Chesapeake Bay
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1990)
BIOTIC RESISTANCE TO INVASION: NATIVE PREDATOR LIMITS ABUNDANCE AND DISTRIBUTION OF AN INTRODUCED CRAB
Population dynamics and habitat partitioning by size, sex, and molt stage of blue crabs Callinectes sapidus in a subestuary of central Chesapeake Bay
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1987)
Variable Functional Responses of a Marine Predator in Dissimilar Homogeneous Microhabitats
Expansion of a central California kelp forest following the mass mortality of sea urchins
Marine Biology (1979)
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