The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Climate change, Ecology, Environmental resource management, Range and Ecosystem. Her work on Effects of global warming on oceans is typically connected to Resource dependence theory as part of general Climate change study, connecting several disciplines of science. In the subject of general Environmental resource management, her work in Marine conservation is often linked to Food security and Redistribution, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
In her research on the topic of Marine conservation, Overfishing is strongly related with Stakeholder engagement. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Population Decrease and Occupancy. In her study, Biodiversity, Species distribution, Invasive species and Impact assessment is inextricably linked to Natural resource, which falls within the broad field of Ecosystem.
Her primary areas of study are Climate change, Ecology, Environmental resource management, Fishery and Citizen science. Her Climate change study combines topics in areas such as Range, Ecosystem and Environmental planning. Her research ties Zoology and Ecology together.
Her Marine conservation study in the realm of Environmental resource management interacts with subjects such as Food security. Her research related to Fisheries management, Squid, Sepioteuthis australis and Fishing might be considered part of Fishery. Gretta T. Pecl regularly ties together related areas like Marine ecosystem in her Effects of global warming on oceans studies.
Her primary scientific interests are in Climate change, Environmental planning, Ecology, Citizen science and Biodiversity. Her study in Climate change is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Range, Fishery, Fisheries management and Habitat. The Environmental planning study combines topics in areas such as Marine conservation, Sustainability, Stakeholder engagement and Sustainable development.
Her Ecology research focuses on Ecosystem, Marine ecosystem, Marine species, Macroecology and Effects of global warming on oceans. Her work in Ecosystem addresses subjects such as Cephalopod, which are connected to disciplines such as Trophic level. Her research in Biodiversity intersects with topics in Traditional knowledge, Globe and Environmental resource management.
Gretta T. Pecl focuses on Climate change, Ecology, Habitat, Environmental planning and Marine ecosystem. Her Climate change research includes themes of Social science and Biodiversity. Her work in Range, Ecosystem and Adaptation are all subfields of Ecology research.
As part of the same scientific family, Gretta T. Pecl usually focuses on Habitat, concentrating on Global change and intersecting with Effects of global warming, Resource, Bioregion and Fisheries management. Her Marine ecosystem study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ecology and Sustainability. Her research integrates issues of Natural resource and Environmental resource management in her study of Marine biodiversity.
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Biodiversity redistribution under climate change: impacts on ecosystems and human well-being
Gretta T. Pecl;Miguel B. Araújo;Miguel B. Araújo;Miguel B. Araújo;Johann D. Bell;Johann D. Bell;Julia Blanchard.
Climate change cascades: Shifts in oceanography, species' ranges and subtidal marine community dynamics in eastern Tasmania
Craig R. Johnson;Sam C. Banks;Neville S. Barrett;Fabienne Cazassus.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (2011)
Long-term shifts in abundance and distribution of a temperate fish fauna: a response to climate change and fishing practices
Global Ecology and Biogeography (2011)
Identification of global marine hotspots: sentinels for change and vanguards for adaptation action
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries (2014)
Statistical solutions for error and bias in global citizen science datasets
Biological Conservation (2014)
Species traits and climate velocity explain geographic range shifts in an ocean‐warming hotspot
Jennifer M. Sunday;Jennifer M. Sunday;Gretta T. Pecl;Stewart Frusher;Alistair J. Hobday.
Defining and observing stages of climate-mediated range shifts in marine systems
Amanda E. Bates;Amanda E. Bates;Gretta T. Pecl;Stewart Frusher;Alistair J. Hobday.
World squid fisheries
Alexander I. Arkhipkin;Paul G K Rodhouse;Graham J. Pierce;Warwick Sauer.
Reviews in Fisheries Science and Aquaculture, 23 (2). pp. 92-252. (2015)
The potential impacts of climate change on inshore squid: biology, ecology and fisheries
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries (2008)
Understanding octopus growth: patterns, variability and physiology
Marine and Freshwater Research (2004)
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