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Graham J. Pierce mostly deals with Fishery, Ecology, Predation, Oceanography and Cetacea. In general Fishery, his work in Fishing, Stock assessment and Abundance is often linked to Phocoena linking many areas of study. His studies link Zoology with Ecology.
His Predation research incorporates elements of Moray firth, North sea, Shetland and Seasonality. His work on Sea surface temperature, Submarine pipeline and Mesoscale meteorology as part of general Oceanography study is frequently connected to HARP, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Cetacea research includes themes of Blue whiting, Pollachius virens, Common dolphin and Beaked whale, Ziphius cavirostris.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Fishery, Ecology, Fishing, Oceanography and Abundance. The Fishery study combines topics in areas such as Habitat and Predation. His study brings together the fields of Trophic level and Predation.
His study on Common dolphin, Range and Ecosystem is often connected to Porpoise as part of broader study in Ecology. His Fishing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Anisakis and Hake. His studies deal with areas such as Loligo and Squid as well as Oceanography.
His main research concerns Fishery, Ecology, Fishing, Anisakis and Zoology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Range and Mediterranean sea. Ecology is closely attributed to Herring in his work.
Many of his research projects under Fishing are closely connected to Business with Business, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His research integrates issues of Merluccius merluccius, Clupea, Species diversity and Environmental health in his study of Anisakis. His Delphinus delphis study which covers Oceanography that intersects with Doryteuthis gahi, Bycatch and Squid.
Graham J. Pierce mainly focuses on Fishery, Fishing, Ecology, Anisakis and Delphinus delphis. His work carried out in the field of Fishery brings together such families of science as Scomber and Mediterranean sea. His studies in Mediterranean sea integrate themes in fields like Habitat and Atlantic mackerel.
Graham J. Pierce has included themes like Animal sexual behaviour and Demography in his Ecology study. His research in Anisakis intersects with topics in Species diversity and Environmental health. His Delphinus delphis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Bycatch, Common dolphin and Marine Strategy Framework Directive.
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Eight Reasons Why Optimal Foraging Theory Is a Complete Waste of Time
A Review of Methods for Diet Analysis in Piscivorous Marine Mammals
Oceanography and Marine Biology (1991)
Travelling through a warming world: climate change and migratory species.
Endangered Species Research (2009)
POTENTIAL EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON MARINE MAMMALS
Jennifer Ann Learmonth;Colin D MacLeod;Maria Begona Santos Vazquez;Graham John Pierce.
Environment International (2006)
Levels of hexabromocyclododecane in harbor porpoises and common dolphins from Western European Seas, with evidence for stereoisomer-specific biotransformation by cytochrome P450
Environmental Science & Technology (2005)
Subtle population structuring within a highly vagile marine invertebrate, the veined squid Loligo forbesi, demonstrated with microsatellite DNA markers
Molecular Ecology (1999)
Species and size differences in the digestion of otoliths and beaks: Implications for estimates of pinniped diet composition
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (1997)
Stock assessment methods used for cephalopod fisheries
Graham J. Pierce;Angel Guerra.
Fisheries Research (1994)
Global proliferation of cephalopods
Current Biology (2016)
Climate change and the cetacean community of north-west Scotland
Biological Conservation (2005)
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