Claire B. Paris focuses on Ecology, Biological dispersal, Reef, Coral reef and Marine reserve. Spatial ecology, Pelagic zone, Larva and Habitat are the subjects of her Ecology studies. Her studies deal with areas such as Range, Stegastes partitus and Coral reef fish as well as Biological dispersal.
Her Reef research entails a greater understanding of Oceanography. Her research investigates the connection between Coral reef and topics such as Climate change that intersect with problems in Coral Triangle. Sparidae and Lutjanidae is closely connected to Nature reserve in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Marine reserve.
Ecology, Biological dispersal, Oceanography, Fishery and Coral reef are her primary areas of study. Ecology is a component of her Coral reef fish, Habitat, Larva, Pelagic zone and Coral studies. The concepts of her Pelagic zone study are interwoven with issues in Estuary, Continental shelf, Diel vertical migration and Benthic zone.
She performs integrative study on Biological dispersal and Genetic structure in her works. Her research in Fishery intersects with topics in Ichthyoplankton and Sparidae. Her Coral reef research focuses on subjects like Reef, which are linked to Climate change.
Claire B. Paris mainly investigates Fishery, Oceanography, Pelagic zone, Deepwater horizon and Deep sea. Her Fishery research incorporates elements of Biodiversity and Marine ecosystem. In general Oceanography study, her work on Continental shelf, Estuary and Barrier reef often relates to the realm of Montastraea cavernosa, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
She has included themes like Biological dispersal, Shore, Larva and Habitat in her Pelagic zone study. The various areas that Claire B. Paris examines in her Biological dispersal study include Range, Cohesion, Biological constraints and Plankton. Her Ichthyoplankton study is concerned with Ecology in general.
Her main research concerns Oceanography, Continental shelf, Oil droplet, Pelagic zone and Sedimentation. Her work in Estuary and Coral reef is related to Oceanography. The Continental shelf study combines topics in areas such as Natural, Lunar Cycle, Marine ecosystem and North sea.
She has researched North sea in several fields, including Haddock, Habitat, Larva, Ichthyology and Biological dispersal. Her Pelagic zone study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Water resource management, Ecosystem services, Shore, Pollution and Ecosystem model. Her studies in Sedimentation integrate themes in fields like Biodiversity, Seafloor spreading, Ocean current and Ecosystem.
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Scaling of Connectivity in Marine Populations
Connectivity of marine populations: open or closed?
Robert K. Cowen;Kamazima M. M. Lwiza;Su Sponaugle;Claire B. Paris.
Trophic cascade facilitates coral recruitment in a marine reserve
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2007)
Direct evidence of a biophysical retention mechanism for coral reef fish larvae
Limnology and Oceanography (2004)
Connectivity and resilience of coral reef metapopulations in marine protected areas: matching empirical efforts to predictive needs.
Coral Reefs (2009)
Surfing, spinning, or diving from reef to reef: effects on population connectivity
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2007)
Climate change and coral reef connectivity
P. L. Munday;J. M. Leis;J. M. Lough;J. M. Lough;C. B. Paris.
Coral Reefs (2009)
Connectivity Modeling System: A probabilistic modeling tool for the multi-scale tracking of biotic and abiotic variability in the ocean
Claire B. Paris;Judith Helgers;Erik Van Sebille;Ashwanth Srinivasan.
Environmental Modelling and Software (2013)
Lagrangian ocean analysis: Fundamentals and practices
Erik van Sebille;Erik van Sebille;Stephen M. Griffies;Ryan Abernathey;Thomas P. Adams.
Ocean Modelling (2018)
Coupled Biological and Physical Models: Present Capabilities and Necessary Developments for Future Studies of Population Connectivity
Francisco E. Werner;Robert K. Cowen;Claire B. Paris.
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