Oceanography, Marine ecosystem, Fishery, Environmental resource management and Climatology are his primary areas of study. When carried out as part of a general Oceanography research project, his work on Baroclinity is frequently linked to work in Advection, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. He has researched Marine ecosystem in several fields, including Trophic level, Abundance and Spatial analysis.
His Fishery research includes elements of Weather and climate and Geographic distribution. His Environmental resource management research incorporates elements of Structural basin, Coral reef, Fisheries management and North sea. Francisco E. Werner combines subjects such as Altimeter, Meteorology, Data assimilation and Waves and shallow water with his study of Climatology.
His primary scientific interests are in Oceanography, Ecology, Climatology, Marine ecosystem and Continental shelf. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Oceanography and Circulation in his work. The Climatology study combines topics in areas such as Meteorology and Data assimilation.
As part of one scientific family, Francisco E. Werner deals mainly with the area of Marine ecosystem, narrowing it down to issues related to the Environmental resource management, and often Climate change, Ecosystem services and Fisheries management. The various areas that Francisco E. Werner examines in his Continental shelf study include Particulates and Front. The study incorporates disciplines such as Trophic level, Abundance and Herring in addition to Zooplankton.
His primary areas of investigation include Oceanography, Anchovy, Sardine, Pelagic zone and Environmental resource management. Many of his studies on Oceanography involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Pacific herring. The Anchovy study which covers Current that intersects with Radiative forcing.
Round sardinella, Habitat, Food chain and Upwelling is closely connected to Biomass in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Pelagic zone. The concepts of his Environmental resource management study are interwoven with issues in Fish stock, Marine ecosystem, Fisheries management and Ecosystem services. His research on Marine ecosystem concerns the broader Ecosystem.
Francisco E. Werner mainly focuses on Environmental resource management, Context, Climatology, Sea surface temperature and Marine conservation. His studies deal with areas such as Perspective and Marine ecosystem, Ecosystem, Ecosystem management as well as Environmental resource management. Francisco E. Werner interconnects Meteorology and Pelagic zone in the investigation of issues within Climatology.
His Sea surface temperature study introduces a deeper knowledge of Oceanography. He studies Oceanography, focusing on Sea-surface height in particular. Francisco E. Werner has included themes like Lead, Fisheries science and Climatic variables in his Marine conservation study.
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Population connectivity in marine systems : an overview
Robert K. Cowen;Glen G. Gawarkiewicz;Jesus Pineda;Simon R. Thorrold.
Climate Variability, Fish, and Fisheries
P. Lehodey;J. Alheit;M. Barange;T. Baumgartner.
Journal of Climate (2006)
Techniques for cetacean-habitat modeling
J. V. Redfern;M. C. Ferguson;E. A. Becker;K. D. Hyrenbach.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2006)
Regime shifts in marine ecosystems: detection, prediction and management.
Brad deYoung;Manuel Barange;Gregory Beaugrand;Roger Harris.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2008)
US GODAE: Global Ocean Prediction with the Hybrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM)
Eric P Chassignet;Harley E Hurlburt;E J Metzger;Ole M Smedstad.
Comprehensive coastal circulation model with application to the Gulf of Maine
Daniel R. Lynch;Justin T.C. Ip;Christopher E. Naimie;Francisco E. Werner.
Continental Shelf Research (1996)
NEMURO—a lower trophic level model for the North Pacific marine ecosystem
Michio J. Kishi;Michio J. Kishi;Makoto Kashiwai;Daniel M. Ware;Bernard A. Megrey.
Ecological Modelling (2007)
On the use of IPCC-class models to assess the impact of climate on Living Marine Resources
Charles A. Stock;Michael A. Alexander;Nicholas A. Bond;Keith M. Brander.
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.
Influences of mean advection and simple behavior on the distribution of cod and haddock early life stages on Georges Bank
Francisco E. Werner;Fred H. Page;Daniel R. Lynch;John W. Loder.
Fisheries Oceanography (1993)
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