James Cook University
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Coral reef fish, Climate change, Adaptation and Acclimatization. She focuses mostly in the field of Ecology, narrowing it down to matters related to Aquatic animal and, in some cases, Animal science. Her studies deal with areas such as Effects of global warming and Tropical marine climate as well as Coral reef fish.
Her studies in Effects of global warming integrate themes in fields like Climate change science, Foraging and Ecosystem. Jennifer M. Donelson interconnects Environmental change and Phenotypic plasticity in the investigation of issues within Adaptation. Her Ocean acidification research incorporates themes from Carbon dioxide and Increased carbon dioxide.
Jennifer M. Donelson mostly deals with Ecology, Coral reef fish, Acclimatization, Coral reef and Acanthochromis polyacanthus. Her study involves Climate change, Effects of global warming on oceans, Global warming, Juvenile and Range, a branch of Ecology. Her Climate change research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Adaptation and Phenotypic plasticity.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Zoology, Predation, Tropical marine climate and Animal science in addition to Coral reef fish. Limited capacity and Transgenerational epigenetics are fields of study that intersect with her Acclimatization study. Her work deals with themes such as Reef and Critical thermal maximum, which intersect with Coral reef.
Jennifer M. Donelson mainly focuses on Ecology, Coral reef fish, Coral reef, Effects of global warming on oceans and Zoology. Her work in the fields of Range, Climate change, Adaptation and Environmental change overlaps with other areas such as Geography. Her study in Climate change is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sustainable development and Phenotypic plasticity.
The various areas that Jennifer M. Donelson examines in her Coral reef fish study include Juvenile and Animal science. Her work in Coral reef covers topics such as Acclimatization which are related to areas like Evolutionary biology. Her Zoology research incorporates elements of Local adaptation and Reproduction.
Jennifer M. Donelson spends much of her time researching Climate change, Adaptation, Environmental change, Ecology and Environmental resource management. Her Adaptation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Range and Phenotypic plasticity. Jennifer M. Donelson regularly links together related areas like Marine ecosystem in her Phenotypic plasticity studies.
A large part of her Ecology studies is devoted to Sustainable development. Jennifer M. Donelson undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Environmental resource management and Discipline through her research.
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Ocean acidification impairs olfactory discrimination and homing ability of a marine fish
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009)
Rapid transgenerational acclimation of a tropical reef fish to climate change
Nature Climate Change (2012)
Parental environment mediates impacts of increased carbon dioxide on a coral reef fish
Nature Climate Change (2012)
Transgenerational plasticity and climate change experiments: Where do we go from here?
Global Change Biology (2018)
Rapid adaptive responses to climate change in corals
Nature Climate Change (2017)
Effects of elevated water temperature and food availability on the reproductive performance of a coral reef fish
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2010)
Effects of ocean acidification on the early life history of a tropical marine fish
Philip L. Munday;Jennifer M. Donelson;Danielle L. Dixson;Geoff G. K. Endo.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2009)
Acclimation to predicted ocean warming through developmental plasticity in a tropical reef fish
Global Change Biology (2011)
Ocean acidification does not affect the early life history development of a tropical marine fish.
Philip L. Munday;Monica Gagliano;Jennifer M. Donelson;Danielle L. Dixson.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2011)
Elevated temperature restricts growth potential of the coral reef fish Acanthochromis polyacanthus
P. L. Munday;M. J. Kingsford;M. O’Callaghan;J. M. Donelson.
Coral Reefs (2008)
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