Donald F. Boesch focuses on Ecosystem, Eutrophication, Climate change, Ecology and Hypoxia. His research investigates the link between Ecosystem and topics such as Overfishing that cross with problems in Habitat destruction, Water Framework Directive, Adaptive management and Seagrass. In his study, Algal bloom is inextricably linked to Environmental protection, which falls within the broad field of Eutrophication.
His Climate change study combines topics in areas such as Meteorology and Environmental resource management. His Ecology study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Fishery. The various areas that Donald F. Boesch examines in his Benthic zone study include Phytoplankton, Bay and Pelagic zone.
Ecology, Oceanography, Ecosystem, Environmental resource management and Fishery are his primary areas of study. His study in the fields of Continental shelf, Estuary and Chesapeake bay under the domain of Oceanography overlaps with other disciplines such as Hypoxia. His work deals with themes such as Overfishing, Eutrophication and Environmental protection, which intersect with Ecosystem.
His Eutrophication research integrates issues from Watershed, Marine ecosystem and Water resource management. His work on Adaptive management as part of his general Environmental resource management study is frequently connected to Business, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. While the research belongs to areas of Benthic zone, he spends his time largely on the problem of Species richness, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Species diversity.
Donald F. Boesch spends much of his time researching Climate change, Environmental planning, Ecosystem, Eutrophication and Oceanography. His Climate change research incorporates elements of Sea level, Climatology, Tropical cyclone and Environmental resource management. His study deals with a combination of Ecosystem and Corporate governance.
Donald F. Boesch combines subjects such as Adaptive management and Marine ecosystem with his study of Eutrophication. His studies in Marine ecosystem integrate themes in fields like Water quality and Agronomy. While working in this field, he studies both Oceanography and Hypoxia.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecosystem, Eutrophication, Climate change, Nutrient and Oceanography. His work on Marine ecosystem is typically connected to Nitrogen cycle, Phosphorus metabolism and Nitrogen fixation as part of general Ecosystem study, connecting several disciplines of science. His study in Eutrophication is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Adaptive management, Water quality and Agriculture.
His research on Climate change frequently links to adjacent areas such as Environmental resource management. His Nutrient research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Continental shelf and Invertebrate.
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Controlling Eutrophication: Nitrogen and Phosphorus
Daniel J. Conley;Hans W. Paerl;Robert W. Howarth;Donald F. Boesch.
Eutrophication of Chesapeake Bay: historical trends and ecological interactions
W. M. Kemp;W. R. Boynton;J. E. Adolf;D. F. Boesch.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2005)
Climate Change Impacts on U.S. Coastal and Marine Ecosystems
Donald Scavia;John C. Field;Donald F. Boesch;Robert W. Buddemeier.
Restoration of the Mississippi Delta: Lessons from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
John W. Day;Donald F. Boesch;Ellis J. Clairain;G. Paul Kemp.
Dependence of Fishery Species on Salt Marshes: The Role of Food and Refuge
Donald F. Boesch;R. Eugene Turner.
Chesapeake Bay Eutrophication: Scientific Understanding, Ecosystem Restoration, and Challenges for Agriculture
Donald F. Boesch;Russell B. Brinsfield;Robert E. Magnien.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2001)
The Function of Marine Critical Transition Zones and the Importance of Sediment Biodiversity
Lisa A. Levin;Donald F. Boesch;Alan Covich;Cliff Dahm.
Principles for Sustainable Governance of the Oceans
Robert Costanza;Francisco Andrade;Paula Antunes;Marjan van den Belt.
Application of numerical classification in ecological investigations of water pollution
Donald F. Boesch.
Challenges and opportunities for science in reducing nutrient over-enrichment of coastal ecosystems
Donald F. Boesch.
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