James R. Bence spends much of his time researching Ecology, Predation, Statistics, Petromyzon and Estimator. His Ecology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Coregonus clupeaformis. James R. Bence focuses mostly in the field of Predation, narrowing it down to topics relating to Gambusia and, in certain cases, Foraging, Odonata and Larva.
His Sample size determination and Error variance study in the realm of Statistics connects with subjects such as Statistical analysis and Intervention analysis. His studies in Petromyzon integrate themes in fields like Abundance, Trout, Salvelinus, Stocking and Parasite-Host Interactions. In his research on the topic of Estimator, Autocorrelation is strongly related with Confidence interval.
His primary areas of investigation include Fishery, Ecology, Statistics, Abundance and Stock assessment. His work carried out in the field of Fishery brings together such families of science as Trout, Salvelinus and Chinook wind. His Ecology research includes themes of Population density and Coregonus clupeaformis.
James R. Bence works mostly in the field of Statistics, limiting it down to topics relating to Econometrics and, in certain cases, Monte Carlo method. James R. Bence combines subjects such as Population growth, Range, Alosa pseudoharengus and Physical geography with his study of Abundance. He has researched Stock assessment in several fields, including Biomass, Bay, Fisheries management and Habitat.
James R. Bence mostly deals with Fishery, Ecology, Trout, Stock assessment and Abundance. His Fishery research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Trophic level and Mixed model. His study in the field of Pseudoreplication is also linked to topics like Hierarchical database model.
His work in the fields of Salvelinus overlaps with other areas such as Structural basin. His Stock assessment study incorporates themes from Benthic zone, Spawning site, Bay and Fisheries management. His Abundance research includes elements of Population growth and Petromyzon.
James R. Bence mainly focuses on Fisheries management, Stock assessment, Fishery, Statistics and Coregonus clupeaformis. The Fisheries management study combines topics in areas such as Coregonus, Bay, Econometrics and Fisheries Research. The various areas that James R. Bence examines in his Fishery study include Reproduction, Trout, Hatchery, Reproductive success and Biological dispersal.
His work on Confidence interval, Sample size determination and Nominal level as part of general Statistics research is often related to Metric and Weighting, thus linking different fields of science.
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TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL VARIATION IN ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT
Allan Stewart-Oaten;James R. Bence.
Ecological Monographs (2001)
Dynamics of the Lake Michigan food web, 1970-2000
Charles P. Madenjian;Gary L. Fahnenstiel;Thomas H. Johengen;Thomas F. Nalepa.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (2002)
Assessing Effects of Unreplicated Perturbations: No Simple Solutions
Allan Stewart-Oaten;James R. Bence;Craig W. Osenberg.
Analysis of Short Time Series: Correcting for Autocorrelation
James R. Bence.
A review of harvest policies: Understanding relative performance of control rules
Jonathan J. Deroba;James R. Bence.
Fisheries Research (2008)
PREY SIZE SELECTION BY THE MOSQUITOFISH: RELATION TO OPTIMAL DIET THEORY'
James R. Bence;W. W. Murdoch.
Space-limited recruitment in open systems: the importance of time delays
J. R. Bence;R. M. Nisbet.
Detecting the ecological effects of environmental impacts: A case study of kelp forest invertebrates
Stephen C. Schroeter;John D. Dixon;Jon Kastendiek;Richard O. Smith.
Ecological Applications (1993)
Ecology of the Lake Huron fish community, 1970-1999
Norine E. Dobiesz;David A. McLeish;Randy L. Eshenroder;James R. Bence.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (2005)
Prey Selection by Freshwater Predators with Different Foraging Strategies
Scott D. Cooper;Daniel W. Smith;James R. Bence.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (1985)
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