His research brings together the fields of Water column and Oceanography. While working on this project, George M. Branch studies both Water column and Phytoplankton. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Ecology and Nutrient. Many of his studies on Nutrient involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Phytoplankton. Fishery is frequently linked to Fish <Actinopterygii> in his study. His work on Fishery expands to the thematically related Fish <Actinopterygii>. George M. Branch combines Estuary and Benthic zone in his research. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Benthic zone and Estuary. Much of his study explores Foraging relationship to Ecology.
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ECOLOGICAL CRITERIA FOR EVALUATING CANDIDATE SITES FOR MARINE RESERVES
APPLICATION OF ECOLOGICAL CRITERIA IN SELECTING MARINE RESERVES AND DEVELOPING RESERVE NETWORKS
Can we predict the effects of alien species? A case-history of the invasion of South Africa by Mytilus galloprovincialis (Lamarck)
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (2004)
Can We Defy Nature's End?
Stuart L. Pimm;Márcio Ayres;Andrew Balmford;George Branch.
Gradients of intertidal primary productivity around the coast of South Africa and their relationships with consumer biomass
The dependence of intertidal consumers on kelp-derived organic matter on the west coast of South Africa
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (1996)
Effects of sediment on the energy budgets of four scleractinian (Bourne 1900) and five alcyonacean (Lamouroux 1816) corals
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (1995)
A zoogeographic and functional approach to the selection of marine reserves on the west coast of South Africa
African Journal of Marine Science (1992)
The living shores of Southern Africa
George Branch;Margo Branch;Anthony Bannister.
Maintenance of an Exceptional Intertidal Grazer Biomass in South Africa: Subsidy by Subtidal Kelps
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