His primary areas of study are Sponge, Ecology, Chemical defense, Botany and Coral reef. He combines topics linked to Abundance with his work on Sponge. Ecology is closely attributed to Halichondria in his study.
Joseph R. Pawlik has included themes like Zoology, Thalassoma, Antimicrobial and Styela plicata in his Chemical defense study. When carried out as part of a general Botany research project, his work on Algae is frequently linked to work in Allelopathy, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Coral reef research incorporates themes from Reef, Giant barrel sponge and Geodia gibberosa.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sponge, Ecology, Coral reef, Reef and Chemical defense. His Sponge research is under the purview of Botany. His Ecology study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Zoology.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Benthos and Overfishing. His Reef research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Abundance, Biodiversity, Ecosystem and Habitat. His Chemical defense course of study focuses on Thalassoma and Agelas clathrodes.
His main research concerns Sponge, Reef, Ecology, Coral reef and Ecosystem. He does research in Sponge, focusing on Smenospongia aurea specifically. His Reef research includes elements of Abundance, Resource, Biodiversity, Food web and Benthic zone.
Chemical defense, Environmental issues with coral reefs and Ocean acidification are among the areas of Ecology where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. His Coral reef research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Optimal foraging theory, Foraging and Giant barrel sponge. His work in the fields of Ecosystem, such as Carbon cycle, Seagrass, Ecosystem services and Resilience of coral reefs, overlaps with other areas such as Environmental science.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Reef, Sponge, Ecosystem and Coral reef. His Ecology study incorporates themes from Fishery and Respiration. His studies in Sponge integrate themes in fields like Dissolved organic carbon, Chemical defense and Detritus.
The various areas that Joseph R. Pawlik examines in his Ecosystem study include Historical ecology, Benthic zone and Ocean acidification. His work deals with themes such as Ecosystem engineer, Habitat and Giant barrel sponge, which intersect with Benthic zone. His study in Coral reef is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Food web and Ecosystem services.
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The habitat function of mangroves for terrestrial and marine fauna: a review
Ivan A. Nagelkerken;S. Blaber;Steven Bouillon;P Green.
Aquatic Botany (2008)
Chemical ecology of the settlement of benthic marine invertebrates
Oceanography and Marine Biology (1992)
Marine invertebrate chemical defenses
Chemical Reviews (1993)
The HMA-LMA Dichotomy Revisited: an Electron Microscopical Survey of 56 Sponge Species
The Biological Bulletin (2014)
Hydrodynamic facilitation of gregarious settlement of a reef-building tube worm.
Multiple defensive roles for triterpene glycosides from two Caribbean sponges
Julia Kubanek;Kristen E. Whalen;Sebastian Engel;Sarah R. Kelly.
The Chemical Ecology of Sponges on Caribbean Reefs: Natural Products Shape Natural Systems
Seaweed-herbivore-predator interactions: host-plant specialization reduces predation on small herbivores
Defensive chemicals of the Spanisch dancer nudibranch Hexabranchus sanguineus and its egg ribbons: macrolides derived from a sponge diet
Joseph R. Pawlik;Michael R. Kernan;Tadeusz F. Molinski;Mary Kay Harper.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (1988)
Allelopathic activities of sponge extracts
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2000)
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