1994 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His primary areas of study are Ecology, Fishery, Estuary, Habitat and Oceanography. His works in Food web, Landscape ecology, Marine ecosystem, Ecosystem and Wetland are all subjects of inquiry into Ecology. His research in Fishery intersects with topics in Oncorhynchus, Chinook wind, Juvenile, Predation and Fish migration.
His Estuary research integrates issues from Continental shelf, Sedimentary budget and Turbidity. The concepts of his Habitat study are interwoven with issues in Abundance and Sound. His Oceanography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Hydrology, Erosion and Sediment.
Charles A. Simenstad mostly deals with Ecology, Estuary, Fishery, Oceanography and Habitat. His study involves Ecosystem, Food web, Benthic zone, Trophic level and Detritus, a branch of Ecology. His Ecosystem study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Restoration ecology and Environmental resource management.
His Estuary study combines topics in areas such as Salt marsh, Bay and Marsh, Wetland. His work deals with themes such as Oncorhynchus, Chinook wind, Juvenile, Predation and Foraging, which intersect with Fishery. His work is dedicated to discovering how Oceanography, Hydrology are connected with Sediment and other disciplines.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Estuary, Fishery, Ecosystem and Habitat. As part of his studies on Ecology, Charles A. Simenstad often connects relevant subjects like Environmental resource management. Estuary is the subject of his research, which falls under Oceanography.
His studies in Fishery integrate themes in fields like Juvenile, Sustainability, Fish migration, Foraging and Oncorhynchus. His research in Ecosystem focuses on subjects like Restoration ecology, which are connected to Tributary, Disturbance and Marine ecosystem. The study incorporates disciplines such as Drainage basin and Salt marsh in addition to Habitat.
Charles A. Simenstad mainly focuses on Ecology, Estuary, Ecosystem, Wetland and Fishery. Charles A. Simenstad regularly links together related areas like Environmental resource management in his Ecology studies. His study explores the link between Estuary and topics such as Marsh that cross with problems in Bay, Neuston, Zooplankton and Planktivore.
His Ecosystem study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Oceanography. In his work, Juvenile is strongly intertwined with Oncorhynchus, which is a subfield of Fishery. Tributary is closely connected to Restoration ecology in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Habitat.
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Restoration of the Mississippi Delta: Lessons from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
John W. Day;Donald F. Boesch;Ellis J. Clairain;G. Paul Kemp.
Magnification of secondary production by kelp detritus in coastal marine ecosystems
Aleuts, Sea Otters, and Alternate Stable-State Communities
Seagrass landscapes and their effects on associated fauna: A review
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (2006)
Seascape ecology of coastal biogenic habitats: advances, gaps, and challenges
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2011)
THE ROLE OF PUGET SOUND AND WASHINGTON COASTAL ESTUARIES IN THE LIFE HISTORY OF PACIFIC SALMON: AN UNAPPRECIATED FUNCTION
Estuarine Comparisons#R##N#Proceedings of the Sixth Biennial International Estuarine Research Conference, Gleneden Beach, Oregon, November 1–6, 1981 (1982)
Medium- and Long-term Recovery of Estuarine and Coastal Ecosystems: Patterns, Rates and Restoration Effectiveness
Functional Equivalency Trajectories of the Restored Gog‐Le‐Hi‐Te Estuarine Wetland
Ecological Applications (1996)
Salmon at River's End: The Role of the Estuary in the Decline and Recovery of Columbia River salmon
Daniel L. Bottom;Charles A. Simenstad;Jennifer Burke;Antonio M. Baptista.
Historical changes in the Columbia River Estuary
Christopher R Sherwood;Christopher R Sherwood;David A Jay;R Bradford Harvey;Peter Hamilton.
Progress in Oceanography (1990)
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