Her primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Mangrove, Ecosystem, Slash Pine and Agroforestry. Her study focuses on the intersection of Ecology and fields such as Sea level with connections in the field of Woody plant. Her work carried out in the field of Mangrove brings together such families of science as Logging, Epiphyte and Zoning.
Her study in Ecosystem is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Global biodiversity, Habitat, Species richness, Benthic zone and Wetland. Her Agroforestry research incorporates elements of Mangrove restoration, Mangrove ecosystem and Natural. Her Forestry research focuses on Forest floor and how it connects with Organic matter and Litter.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Mangrove, Wetland, Ecosystem and Swamp. Her Benthic zone, Species richness, Biomass, Woody plant and Productivity study are her primary interests in Ecology. Her Mangrove research integrates issues from Natural, Agroforestry and Logging.
The concepts of her Wetland study are interwoven with issues in Oceanography, Salinity, Habitat, Ecology and Tropics. Katherine C. Ewel has included themes like Hydrology, Macrophyte and Zooplankton in her Ecosystem study. Her biological study deals with issues like Taxodium, which deal with fields such as Cypress, Horticulture and Nyssa sylvatica.
Katherine C. Ewel focuses on Ecology, Mangrove, Fishery, Mangrove crab and Wetland. Ecology is closely attributed to Agroforestry in her study. Her work deals with themes such as Edaphic, Tropics and Soil fertility, which intersect with Mangrove.
Her Mangrove crab research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Scylla serrata and Decapoda, Portunidae. Her studies deal with areas such as Oceanography and Environmental protection as well as Wetland. Her research integrates issues of Woody plant and Sea level in her study of Ecosystem.
Ecology, Mangrove, Agroforestry, Mangrove ecosystem and Mangrove restoration are her primary areas of study. In most of her Mangrove studies, her work intersects topics such as Wetland. Her Wetland research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Oceanography, Sea level, Ecosystem and Woody plant.
Her Oceanography studies intersect with other disciplines such as Sediment and Micronesian. She integrates several fields in her works, including Sonneratia alba, Forestry, Annual cycle, Bruguiera, Tropics and Basal area. Her work on Dendrometry as part of general Forestry research is frequently linked to Atoll, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
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A World Without Mangroves
Different kinds of mangrove forests provide different goods and services
Katherine C. Ewel;Robert R. Twilley;Jin Eong Ong.
Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters (United Kingdom) (1998)
The Function of Marine Critical Transition Zones and the Importance of Sediment Biodiversity
Lisa A. Levin;Donald F. Boesch;Alan Covich;Cliff Dahm.
Dynamics of Canopy Structure and Light Interception in Pinus Elliottii Stands, North Florida
H. L. Gholz;S. A. Vogel;W. P. Cropper;K. McKelvey.
Ecological Monographs (1991)
Soil CO2 evolution in Florida slash pine plantations. I: Changes through time
Katherine C. Ewel;Wendell P. Cropper;Henry L. Gholz.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (1987)
Soil CO2 evolution in Florida slash pine plantations. II: Importance of root respiration
Katherine C. Ewel;Wendell P. Cropper.Jr.;Henry L. Gholz.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (1987)
SEA-LEVEL RISE AND COASTAL FOREST RETREAT ON THE WEST COAST OF FLORIDA, USA
Kimberlyn Williams;Katherine C. Ewel;Richard P. Stumpf;Francis E. Putz.
Comparative Biomass and Growth of Cypress in Florida Wetlands1
American Midland Naturalist (1979)
Testing isosource: stable isotope analysis of a tropical fishery with diverse organic matter sources.
Water and Forest Productivity
Forest Ecology and Management (1990)
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