Ecology, Coral reef, Reef, Fishery and Coral bleaching are his primary areas of study. His Ecology research focuses on Coral, Coral reef fish, Endemism, Predation and Biodiversity. Michael L. Berumen studied Coral reef fish and Marine protected area that intersect with Marine conservation, Tiger shark and Galeocerdo.
The various areas that Michael L. Berumen examines in his Coral reef study include Spatial ecology, Climate change, Ocean acidification and Zooplankton. His studies deal with areas such as Food web, Biological dispersal, Benthic zone and Environmental resource management as well as Reef. His Coral bleaching research incorporates themes from Sea surface temperature and Resilience of coral reefs.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Coral reef, Reef, Fishery and Coral reef fish. His Ecology study incorporates themes from Zoology and Biological dispersal. His Biological dispersal research incorporates elements of Pelagic zone and Seascape.
His Coral reef research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Marine protected area and Ecosystem. The Reef study combines topics in areas such as Abundance, Benthic zone and Endemism. His Coral reef fish study combines topics in areas such as Phylogeography and Genetic structure.
Michael L. Berumen focuses on Coral reef, Ecology, Zoology, Reef and Coral reef fish. His work carried out in the field of Coral reef brings together such families of science as Environmental resource management, Ecosystem, Natal homing, Endemism and Species diversity. His Ecology study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Biological dispersal.
His Zoology research integrates issues from Range, Reticulate and Species complex. He interconnects Biodiversity and Coral in the investigation of issues within Reef. In his study, Introgression and Gene flow is inextricably linked to Indo-Pacific, which falls within the broad field of Coral.
His primary scientific interests are in Reef, Coral reef, Ecology, Biological dispersal and Zoology. Michael L. Berumen combines subjects such as Marine protected area and Biodiversity with his study of Reef. The Sphaeramia nematoptera research he does as part of his general Coral reef study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Sibling, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His study in Ecology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Barrel and Respiration. His Biological dispersal study combines topics in areas such as Mantel test, Genetic diversity, Vicariance, Fishery and Coral reef fish. His Butterflyfish study in the realm of Coral reef fish interacts with subjects such as Sequence assembly.
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Spatial and temporal patterns of mass bleaching of corals in the Anthropocene.
Terry Hughes;Kristen D. Anderson;Sean R. Connolly;Scott F. Heron;Scott F. Heron.
Local replenishment of coral reef fish populations in a marine reserve
Larval Export from Marine Reserves and the Recruitment Benefit for Fish and Fisheries
Current Biology (2012)
Climate change and coral reef connectivity
P. L. Munday;J. M. Leis;J. M. Lough;J. M. Lough;C. B. Paris.
Coral Reefs (2009)
Recovery without resilience: persistent disturbance and long-term shifts in the structure of fish and coral communities at Tiahura Reef, Moorea
Coral Reefs (2006)
Rapid adaptive responses to climate change in corals
Nature Climate Change (2017)
Specimen collection: An essential tool
L. A. Rocha;A. Aleixo;G. Allen;F. Almeda.
Management under uncertainty: guide-lines for incorporating connectivity into the protection of coral reefs
Coral Reefs (2009)
Sublethal effects of coral bleaching on an obligate coral feeding butterflyfish
Coral Reefs (2004)
Global spatial risk assessment of sharks under the footprint of fisheries
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