His primary scientific interests are in Optics, Polarization, Ecology, Coral and Hermatypic coral. His work carried out in the field of Optics brings together such families of science as Sepia, Underwater and Cuttlefish. His Polarization study incorporates themes from Camouflage, Color vision, Artificial intelligence and Computer vision.
His study in Coral reef and Reef falls within the category of Ecology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nitrogen fixation, Bacteria and Botany in addition to Coral. Nadav Shashar interconnects Natural, Belt transect, Stylophora pistillata, Artificial reefs and Community structure in the investigation of issues within Hermatypic coral.
His primary areas of study are Ecology, Polarization, Coral reef, Cuttlefish and Optics. A large part of his Polarization studies is devoted to Linear polarization. His studies in Coral reef integrate themes in fields like Reef, Artificial reef and Species richness.
His Reef research includes themes of Natural, Abundance, Community structure and Coral. His Cuttlefish research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Camouflage, Zoology, Communication, Cephalopod and Sepia. His work in the fields of Optics, such as Wavelength, Linearly polarized light and Transmitted light, intersects with other areas such as Chemistry.
Coral reef, Ecology, Reef, Cuttlefish and Sepia are his primary areas of study. His work in the fields of Coral reef, such as Environmental issues with coral reefs, overlaps with other areas such as History. His Cephalopod, Animal navigation and Premnas biaculeatus study in the realm of Ecology connects with subjects such as Directionality and Solar compass.
Nadav Shashar has included themes like Abundance, Coral and Ecosystem services in his Reef study. The Sepia study combines topics in areas such as Camouflage and Predation. His Predation study which covers Seawater that intersects with Zoology.
Nadav Shashar mostly deals with Ecosystem services, Coral reef, Reef, Ecology and Neuroscience. His Ecosystem services research incorporates themes from Restoration ecology, Marine ecosystem and Environmental resource management. Fishery and Oceanography are all intrinsically tied to his study in Coral reef.
His Fishery research integrates issues from Training, Recreation and Human ecology. He has researched Ecology in several fields, including Polarization and Optics. The various areas that Nadav Shashar examines in his Neuroscience study include Animal Welfare and Harm.
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Polarization vision and its role in biological signaling
Thomas W. Cronin;Nadav Shashar;Roy L. Caldwell;Justin Marshall.
Integrative and Comparative Biology (2003)
Polarization vision in cuttlefish in a concealed communication channel
N. Shashar;P. S. Rutledge;T. W. Cronin.
The Journal of Experimental Biology (1996)
Can artificial reefs mimic natural reef communities? The roles of structural features and age
S. Perkol-Finkel;Nadav Shashar;Nadav Shashar;Y. Benayahu.
Marine Environmental Research (2006)
Extreme Diel Fluctuations of Oxygen in Diffusive Boundary Layers Surrounding Stony Corals
N Shashar;Y Cohen;Y Loya.
The Biological Bulletin (1993)
Nitrogen fixation (acetylene reduction) in stony corals: evidence for coral-bacteria interactions
N. Shashar;Y. Cohen;Y. Loya;N. Sar.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1994)
Descending to the twilight-zone: changes in coral reef fish assemblages along a depth gradient down to 65 m
Eran Brokovich;Shai Einbinder;Nadav Shashar;Moshe Kiflawi.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2008)
Polarization vision helps detect transparent prey
Nadav Shashar;Roger T. Hanlon;Anne deM. Petz.
Cuttlefish use polarization sensitivity in predation on silvery fish.
Nadav Shashar;Nadav Shashar;Roland Hagan;Jean G Boal;Jean G Boal;Roger T Hanlon.
Vision Research (2000)
Photoacclimation of Stylophora pistillata to light extremes: metabolism and calcification
Tali Mass;Shai Einbinder;Eran Brokovich;Nadav Shashar.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2007)
Guidelines for the Care and Welfare of Cephalopods in Research -A consensus based on an initiative by CephRes, FELASA and the Boyd Group.
Graziano Fiorito;Andrea Affuso;Jennifer Basil;Alison Cole.
Laboratory Animals (2015)
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