Chris Wilcox mainly investigates Marine debris, Debris, Ecology, Plastic pollution and Fishery. Marine debris and Habitat are frequently intertwined in his study. His Debris research is within the category of Oceanography.
His research on Plastic pollution concerns the broader Microplastics. While the research belongs to areas of Fishery, Chris Wilcox spends his time largely on the problem of Predation, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Jellyfish and Population size. His work investigates the relationship between Great Pacific garbage patch and topics such as Manta trawl that intersect with problems in Tonne.
Fishery, Ecology, Marine debris, Fishing and Debris are his primary areas of study. His Fishery study incorporates themes from Billfish and Shearwater, Seabird. His Ecology study deals with Extinction intersecting with Population size and Conservation biology.
His research investigates the connection with Marine debris and areas like Plastic pollution which intersect with concerns in Sink and Marine ecosystem. His Fishing research includes themes of Natural resource economics and Environmental resource management. His Debris research incorporates themes from Ingestion and Ocean current.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Marine debris, Plastic pollution, Debris, Fishing and Fishery. The concepts of his Marine debris study are interwoven with issues in Scale, Environmental protection, Foraging, Ocean current and Litter. In Plastic pollution, Chris Wilcox works on issues like Habitat, which are connected to Ecological assessment and Biodiversity.
His Debris research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sink, Shore, Pollution, Seabird and Ingestion. His Fisheries management study in the realm of Fishing interacts with subjects such as Livelihood. He focuses mostly in the field of Fishery, narrowing it down to topics relating to Risk assessment and, in certain cases, Pelagic zone and Large marine ecosystem.
Chris Wilcox mostly deals with Marine debris, Debris, Plastic pollution, Ingestion and Fishing. His Marine debris research incorporates elements of Ecology, Litter and Citizen science. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cash, Shore and Environmental protection.
His Plastic pollution study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Marine pollution and Sink. His Ingestion study combines topics in areas such as Zoology, Procellariiformes, Seabird and Threatened species. His Fishing research entails a greater understanding of Fishery.
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Plastic waste inputs from land into the ocean
A global inventory of small floating plastic debris
Erik Van Sebille;Erik Van Sebille;Chris Wilcox;Laurent Lebreton;Nikolai Maximenko.
Environmental Research Letters (2015)
State-space models of individual animal movement.
Toby A. Patterson;Toby A. Patterson;Len Thomas;Chris Wilcox;Otso Ovaskainen.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2008)
Threat of plastic pollution to seabirds is global, pervasive, and increasing
Chris Wilcox;Erik Van Sebille;Erik Van Sebille;Britta Denise Hardesty.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2015)
Plastic as a Persistent Marine Pollutant
Annual Review of Environment and Resources (2017)
Marine plastic pollution in waters around Australia: Characteristics, concentrations, and pathways
Julia Reisser;Julia Reisser;Jeremy Shaw;Chris Wilcox;Britta Denise Hardesty.
PLOS ONE (2013)
Millimeter-Sized Marine Plastics: A New Pelagic Habitat for Microorganisms and Invertebrates
Julia Wiener Reisser;Jeremy Shaw;Gustaaf Hallegraeff;Maíra Carneiro Proietti.
PLOS ONE (2014)
Global research priorities to mitigate plastic pollution impacts on marine wildlife
Amanda C Vegter;Mario Barletta;Cathy A Beck;Jose Carlos Borrero.
Endangered Species Research (2014)
Global analysis of anthropogenic debris ingestion by sea turtles.
Conservation Biology (2014)
Precision of Population Viability Analysis
Conservation Biology (2002)
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