Her primary areas of study are Ecology, Coral reef, Ecosystem, Environmental resource management and Marine ecosystem. Her research related to Climate change and Global warming might be considered part of Ecology. Her Coral reef research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Reef and Marine reserve.
Her Ecosystem research incorporates themes from Wetland and Environmental protection. Her studies in Environmental resource management integrate themes in fields like Ecosystem-based management and Ecosystem model. Her work deals with themes such as Environmental monitoring, Fishing and Threatened species, which intersect with Marine ecosystem.
Carrie V. Kappel mostly deals with Ecology, Environmental resource management, Coral reef, Ecosystem and Marine ecosystem. In general Ecology, her work in Marine reserve, Climate change and Biodiversity is often linked to Trophic cascade linking many areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ecosystem-based management, Cumulative effects, Environmental protection and Ecosystem services in addition to Environmental resource management.
Her research integrates issues of Reef, Coral, Benthic zone and Fishing in her study of Coral reef. Her work on Kelp forest as part of her general Ecosystem study is frequently connected to Natural, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Her Marine ecosystem research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Stakeholder engagement, Zoning and Threatened species.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Coral reef, Business, Sustainability, Benthic zone and Reef. Her Sustainability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Water resource management and Ecosystem services. Her Benthic zone study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Ecology.
Specifically, her work in Ecology is concerned with the study of Beta diversity. She focuses mostly in the field of Reef, narrowing it down to matters related to Ecosystem and, in some cases, Environmental resource management. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Spatial heterogeneity and Habitat.
Sustainability, Business, Ecosystem services, Livelihood and Revenue are her primary areas of study. Her Sustainability research includes elements of Carbon storage, Environmental planning and Sustainable development. You can notice a mix of various disciplines of study, such as Productivity, Fisheries management, Effects of global warming, Natural resource economics and Offset, in her Business studies.
Ecosystem services and Psychological intervention are two areas of study in which Carrie V. Kappel engages in interdisciplinary work. Carrie V. Kappel undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Livelihood and Climate change in her work. Her Revenue research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Offshore aquaculture, Environmental resource management, Marine spatial planning, Marine ecosystem and Viewshed analysis.
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A Global Map of Human Impact on Marine Ecosystems
Global imprint of climate change on marine life
Elvira S. Poloczanska;Christopher J. Brown;Christopher J. Brown;William J. Sydeman;Wolfgang Kiessling;Wolfgang Kiessling.
The pace of shifting climate in marine and terrestrial ecosystems.
Michael T. Burrows;David S. Schoeman;David S. Schoeman;Lauren B. Buckley;Pippa Moore;Pippa Moore.
Coastal Ecosystem-Based Management with Nonlinear Ecological Functions and Values
Edward B. Barbier;Evamaria W. Koch;Brian R. Silliman;Sally D. Hacker.
Fishing, Trophic Cascades, and the Process of Grazing on Coral Reefs
Evaluating and Ranking the Vulnerability of Global Marine Ecosystems to Anthropogenic Threats
Non‐linearity in ecosystem services: temporal and spatial variability in coastal protection
Evamaria W. Koch;Edward B. Barbier;Brian R. Silliman;Denise J. Reed.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2009)
Are U.S. coral reefs on the slippery slope to slime
Responses of Marine Organisms to Climate Change across Oceans
Trophic cascade facilitates coral recruitment in a marine reserve
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2007)
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