M. Aaron MacNeil focuses on Coral reef, Coral reef fish, Reef, Ecology and Environmental resource management. M. Aaron MacNeil has included themes like Marine protected area and Fishing in his Coral reef study. His Fishing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biomass, Marine conservation, Sustainability and Environmental impact assessment.
His is involved in several facets of Ecology study, as is seen by his studies on Resilience of coral reefs, Marine reserve, Apex predator and Food web. M. Aaron MacNeil combines subjects such as Coral reef protection, Coral bleaching and Aquaculture of coral with his study of Resilience of coral reefs. His Environmental resource management research includes elements of Natural resource, Resource, Empirical research and Common-pool resource.
Ecology, Coral reef, Fishery, Reef and Coral reef fish are his primary areas of study. He focuses mostly in the field of Coral reef, narrowing it down to matters related to Marine reserve and, in some cases, Regime shift. His work focuses on many connections between Fishery and other disciplines, such as Apex predator, that overlap with his field of interest in Seascape.
His work often combines Reef and Coral trout studies. In Coral reef fish, M. Aaron MacNeil works on issues like Fishing, which are connected to Environmental resource management. The Resilience of coral reefs study which covers Aquaculture of coral that intersects with Coral reef protection.
M. Aaron MacNeil spends much of his time researching Coral reef, Fishery, Reef, Coral reef fish and Ecology. His research in Coral reef intersects with topics in Biomass, Biodiversity and Ecosystem management. His work on Fishing and Bycatch as part of his general Fishery study is frequently connected to Micronutrient, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
Particularly relevant to Coral bleaching is his body of work in Reef. M. Aaron MacNeil usually deals with Coral reef fish and limits it to topics linked to Marine reserve and Apex predator, Seascape, Great barrier reef and Data collection. As part of his studies on Ecology, M. Aaron MacNeil frequently links adjacent subjects like Life history theory.
M. Aaron MacNeil mostly deals with Reef, Fishery, Coral reef, Marine protected area and Biomass. Specifically, his work in Reef is concerned with the study of Coral bleaching. His study in Fishery is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nutrient, Nutrient content, Human nutrition and Marine fish.
Ecology covers M. Aaron MacNeil research in Coral reef. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Apex predator, Marine reserve, Seascape and Coral reef fish. The study incorporates disciplines such as Archipelago, Productivity, Ecosystem, Ecosystem ecology and Bioerosion in addition to Biomass.
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Predicting climate-driven regime shifts versus rebound potential in coral reefs
Comanagement of coral reef social ecological systems
Rescaling the trophic structure of marine food webs
Ecology Letters (2014)
TOWARD PRISTINE BIOMASS: REEF FISH RECOVERY IN CORAL REEF MARINE PROTECTED AREAS IN KENYA
Ecological Applications (2007)
Bright spots among the world’s coral reefs
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Critical thresholds and tangible targets for ecosystem-based management of coral reef fisheries
Climate warming, marine protected areas and the ocean-scale integrity of coral reef ecosystems.
PLOS ONE (2008)
Coral-macroalgal phase shifts or reef resilience: links with diversity and functional roles of herbivorous fishes on the Great Barrier Reef
Coral Reefs (2010)
Recovery potential of the world's coral reef fishes
Harnessing global fisheries to tackle micronutrient deficiencies
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