His main research concerns Ecology, Habitat, Biological dispersal, Metapopulation and Landscape ecology. His Ecology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Extinction and Geographical distance. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Littoral zone, Ecological network and Intertidal zone.
His work carried out in the field of Biological dispersal brings together such families of science as Range, Coral reef and Pelagic zone. His research integrates issues of Conservation planning, Marxan, Great barrier reef and Mathematical optimization in his study of Metapopulation. His work in Landscape ecology addresses subjects such as Landscape connectivity, which are connected to disciplines such as Environmental planning, Ecology, Nature Conservation, Sustainable development and Spatial ecology.
Eric A. Treml mainly focuses on Ecology, Biological dispersal, Habitat, Environmental resource management and Metapopulation. His studies in Coral reef, Seascape, Ecology, Coral and Range are all subfields of Ecology research. The various areas that Eric A. Treml examines in his Biological dispersal study include Marine ecosystem, Reef, Genetic structure, Pelagic zone and Adaptation.
His study looks at the intersection of Habitat and topics like Haliotis rubra with Wind speed. His Environmental resource management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Coral Triangle, Biodiversity, Ecological network and Marxan. In his research on the topic of Metapopulation, Landscape ecology and Environmental planning is strongly related with Landscape connectivity.
Eric A. Treml mainly investigates Ecology, Biological dispersal, Metapopulation, Habitat and Environmental resource management. His Ecology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Effective population size and Genetic structure. His Biological dispersal research incorporates themes from Adaptation, Reef, Marine ecosystem and Seascape.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Marine conservation, Haliotis rubra and Ecology in addition to Habitat. His Environmental resource management research focuses on Landscape connectivity and how it relates to Louse. In his research, Decision rule is intimately related to Centrality, which falls under the overarching field of Marine protected area.
His main research concerns Environmental resource management, Ecology, Protected area, Metapopulation and Marxan. The Environmental resource management study combines topics in areas such as Marine ecosystem, Marine Biology, Biological dispersal and Global warming. His work deals with themes such as Betweenness centrality and Centrality, which intersect with Ecology.
Eric A. Treml regularly ties together related areas like Decision rule in his Protected area studies. His research in Marxan intersects with topics in Resistance and Landscape connectivity.
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Graph models of habitat mosaics
Ecology Letters (2009)
Modeling population connectivity by ocean currents, a graph-theoretic approach for marine conservation
Landscape Ecology (2008)
Marine Geospatial Ecology Tools: An integrated framework for ecological geoprocessing with ArcGIS, Python, R, MATLAB, and C++
Jason J. Roberts;Benjamin D. Best;Daniel C. Dunn;Eric A. Treml.
Environmental Modelling and Software (2010)
Population connectivity: recent advances and new perspectives
Reproductive output and duration of the pelagic larval stage determine seascape-wide connectivity of marine populations.
Eric A. Treml;Jason J. Roberts;Yi Chao;Patrick N. Halpin.
Migratory connectivity magnifies the consequences of habitat loss from sea-level rise for shorebird populations
Effects of geography and life history traits on genetic differentiation in benthic marine fishes
Incorporating asymmetric connectivity into spatial decision making for conservation
Maria Beger;Simon Linke;Simon Linke;Simon Linke;Matt Watts;Eddie Game;Eddie Game.
Integrating regional conservation priorities for multiple objectives into national policy
High connectivity among habitats precludes the relationship between dispersal and range size in tropical reef fishes
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