David S. Schoeman spends much of his time researching Ecology, Climate change, Global warming, Ecosystem and Effects of global warming. His work in the fields of Ecology, such as Biodiversity, Ecology and Abundance, intersects with other areas such as Best practice and Generality. His work carried out in the field of Climate change brings together such families of science as Climatology, Marine ecosystem, Greenhouse gas and Phenology.
The various areas that David S. Schoeman examines in his Global warming study include Spatial analysis and Time series. His Ecosystem research integrates issues from Trophic level, Oceanography, Plankton and Species distribution. The study incorporates disciplines such as Population growth, Global change, Environmental resource management and Threatened species in addition to Effects of global warming.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Climate change, Ecosystem, Biodiversity and Environmental resource management. The concepts of his Climate change study are interwoven with issues in Range, Climatology and Marine life. As part of one scientific family, David S. Schoeman deals mainly with the area of Ecosystem, narrowing it down to issues related to the Oceanography, and often Marine ecosystem.
His Biodiversity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Relative species abundance, Endemism, Terrestrial ecosystem, Common species and Temporal scales. His Environmental resource management research incorporates elements of Marine protected area and Marxan. His research in Global warming intersects with topics in Political economy of climate change and Species distribution.
David S. Schoeman mainly focuses on Climate change, Ecology, Global warming, Range and Coral reef. His Climate change research includes elements of Biomass, Kelp, Biodiversity and Sea surface temperature. His studies in Biodiversity integrate themes in fields like Deep sea, Climatology, Mesopelagic zone and Greenhouse gas.
His research on Ecology frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Population growth. His studies deal with areas such as Species richness, Northern Hemisphere, Pelagic zone and Species distribution as well as Global warming. He has included themes like Source–sink dynamics, El Niño Southern Oscillation, Oceanography and Effects of global warming on oceans in his Species distribution study.
His primary scientific interests are in Climate change, Range, Goods and services, Ecosystem and Natural resource economics. His research integrates issues of Generalist and specialist species and Greenhouse gas in his study of Climate change. His Generalist and specialist species study is concerned with Ecology in general.
The Greenhouse gas study combines topics in areas such as Deep sea, Climatology, Marine biodiversity, Mesopelagic zone and Fishing. His research on Fishing often connects related areas such as Biodiversity. Among his Goods and services studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Kelp forest, Carbon sequestration, Global warming, Biomass and Kelp.
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Global imprint of climate change on marine life
Elvira S. Poloczanska;Christopher J. Brown;Christopher J. Brown;William J. Sydeman;Wolfgang Kiessling;Wolfgang Kiessling.
Nature Climate Change (2013)
Threats to sandy beach ecosystems: A review
Omar Defeo;Anton McLachlan;David S. Schoeman;Thomas A. Schlacher.
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (2009)
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.
Climate Impact on Plankton Ecosystems in the Northeast Atlantic
Anthony J. Richardson;David S. Schoeman.
Climate change and wind intensification in coastal upwelling ecosystems
W. J. Sydeman;M. García-Reyes;D. S. Schoeman;R. R. Rykaczewski.
Geographical limits to species-range shifts are suggested by climate velocity
Michael T. Burrows;David S. Schoeman;Anthony J. Richardson;Anthony J. Richardson;Jorge García Molinos.
Climate velocity and the future global redistribution of marine biodiversity
Jorge Garcia Molinos;Jorge Garcia Molinos;Benjamin S. Halpern;Benjamin S. Halpern;David S. Schoeman;Christopher J. Brown.
Nature Climate Change (2016)
Responses of Marine Organisms to Climate Change across Oceans
Elvira S. Poloczanska;Elvira S. Poloczanska;Michael T. Burrows;Christopher J. Brown;Jorge García Molinos;Jorge García Molinos;Jorge García Molinos.
Frontiers in Marine Science (2016)
Beyond climate change attribution in conservation and ecological research
Camille Parmesan;Michael T. Burrows;Carlos M. Duarte;Carlos M. Duarte;Carlos M. Duarte;Elvira S. Poloczanska.
Ecology Letters (2013)
Outstanding Challenges in the Transferability of Ecological Models.
Katherine L. Yates;Katherine L. Yates;Phil J. Bouchet;M Julian Caley;Kerrie Mengersen.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2018)
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