Mark S. Fonseca focuses on Seagrass, Zostera marina, Habitat, Ecology and Current. His Seagrass research incorporates elements of Restoration ecology and Environmental resource management. His Zostera marina research integrates issues from Canopy, Potamogetonaceae and Detritus.
His Habitat research incorporates themes from Bycatch, Fishery, Fishing and Ecosystem. His Current study incorporates themes from Range, Abundance and Spatial heterogeneity. His Halodule wrightii study combines topics in areas such as Habitat fragmentation, Bay, Spirorbis, Fauna and Syringodium filiforme.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Seagrass, Ecology, Habitat, Zostera marina and Halodule wrightii. His Seagrass study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biomass, Botany and Environmental resource management. His Ecology study incorporates themes from Bay and Fishery.
His Habitat study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Abundance and Ecosystem. Mark S. Fonseca has included themes like Potamogetonaceae, Agronomy, Sowing, Canopy and Current in his Zostera marina study. His studies deal with areas such as Spatial ecology, Relative species abundance, Fauna and Syringodium filiforme as well as Halodule wrightii.
His main research concerns Seagrass, Ecology, Habitat, Halophila decipiens and Thalassia testudinum. Many of his research projects under Seagrass are closely connected to Expediting with Expediting, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Much of his study explores Ecology relationship to Seedling.
His Habitat research incorporates elements of Natural resource, Bay, Environmental resource management, Fishery and Decapoda. His Halophila decipiens research incorporates themes from Landscape ecology, Submarine pipeline, Transect and Benthic zone. His Thalassia testudinum research integrates issues from Transplanting, Shoot, Botany and Plant density.
Mark S. Fonseca mainly focuses on Seagrass, Habitat, Ecology, Biomass and Climate change. The concepts of his Seagrass study are interwoven with issues in Abundance, Growing season and Crustacean. Mark S. Fonseca interconnects Bay, Habitat destruction, Forestry, Spatial ecology and Halodule wrightii in the investigation of issues within Abundance.
The Growing season study combines topics in areas such as Productivity, Continental shelf, Transect, Halophila decipiens and Seedling. His Crustacean research includes themes of Marine habitats and Predation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Bioregion, Threatened species and Environmental resource management in addition to Climate change.
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A preliminary evaluation of wave attenuation by four species of seagrass
Mark S. Fonseca;Jennifer A. Cahalan.
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (1992)
Influence of the seagrass, Zostera marina L., on current flow☆
M.S. Fonseca;J.S. Fisher;J.C. Zieman;G.W. Thayer.
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (1982)
Guidelines for the conservation and restoration of seagrasses in the United States and adjacent waters
Mark S. Fonseca;W. Judson Kenworthy;Gordon W. Thayer.
Influence of physical setting on seagrass landscapes near Beaufort, North Carolina, USA
Mark S. Fonseca;Susan S. Bell.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1998)
Effects of fishing on the structure and functioning of estuarine and nearshore ecosystems
S. J. M. Blaber;D. P. Cyrus;J.-J. Albaret;Chong Ving Ching.
The role of current velocity in structuring eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) meadows
Mark S. Fonseca;Joseph C. Zieman;Gordon W. Thayer;John S. Fisher.
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (1983)
The ecology of eelgrass meadows of the Atlantic coast: a community profile
Gordon W. Thayer;W. Judson Kenworthy;Mark S. Fonseca.
Effects of current on photosynthesis and distribution of seagrasses
Mark S. Fonseca;W.Judson Kenworthy.
Aquatic Botany (1987)
Linking Restoration and Landscape Ecology
Susan S. Bell;Mark S. Fonseca;Little B. Motten.
Restoration Ecology (1997)
Faunal response to fragmentation in seagrass habitats: implications for seagrass conservation
Susan S Bell;Robert A Brooks;Bradley D Robbins;Mark S Fonseca.
Biological Conservation (2001)
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