1993 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science
Pierre Richard focuses on Ecology, Trophic level, Oceanography, Intertidal zone and Bay. His Ecology research incorporates themes from δ13C and Isotopic signature. His studies deal with areas such as Isotope analysis, Foraging and Niche as well as Trophic level.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Biological dispersal, Leucas and Beluga in addition to Oceanography. He has researched Intertidal zone in several fields, including Diatom, Chlorophyll a, Botany, Algae and Animal science. Pierre Richard focuses mostly in the field of Bay, narrowing it down to matters related to Bivalvia and, in some cases, Detritus.
His main research concerns Ecology, Oceanography, Trophic level, Bay and Benthic zone. Ecology is closely attributed to Fishery in his research. His work on Arctic, Intertidal zone, Narwhal and Water column as part of his general Oceanography study is frequently connected to Environmental science, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
The Trophic level study combines topics in areas such as Organic matter, Zooplankton, Predation, Seabird and Isotope analysis. His work carried out in the field of Bay brings together such families of science as Dominance, Range, Balaena and Biogeochemical cycle. His study in Benthic zone is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Biomass, Seagrass, Zostera and Pelagic zone.
Pierre Richard mainly focuses on Ecology, Oceanography, Environmental science, Arctic and Fishery. His Ecology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Botany. His study in the fields of Estuary, Bloom, Biogenic silica and Submersion under the domain of Oceanography overlaps with other disciplines such as Delta.
His research investigates the connection with Arctic and areas like Sea ice which intersect with concerns in Habitat. His Fishery research also works with subjects such as
Pierre Richard mainly investigates Fishery, Oceanography, Beluga Whale, Arctic and Estuary. His Fishery research incorporates themes from Productivity, Population specific, Soy protein and Sound. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Plateau, Algal bloom and Mediterranean sea.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Beaufort sea, Bay, Satellite telemetry and Beluga in addition to Beluga Whale. His work in Estuary addresses issues such as Organic matter, which are connected to fields such as Total organic carbon, Mediterranean climate, Benthic zone, Phytoplankton and Littoral zone. His Salix polaris study is related to the wider topic of Ecology.
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Isotopic Determination of Food Sources ofCrassostrea gigasAlong a Trophic Gradient in the Estuarine Bay of Marennes-Ol éron
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (1996)
Isotopic niches and trophic levels of myctophid fishes and their predators in the Southern Ocean
Limnology and Oceanography (2010)
Chemical and isotopic composition of the organic matter sources in the Gulf of Gdansk (southern Baltic Sea)
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (2000)
Stable isotopes reveal the trophic position and mesopelagic fish diet of female southern elephant seals breeding on the Kerguelen Islands
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2008)
Seabird satellite tracking validates the use of latitudinal isoscapes to depict predators' foraging areas in the Southern Ocean.
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry (2010)
Determination of food sources for benthic invertebrates in a salt marsh (Aiguillon Bay, France) by carbon and nitrogen stable isotopes: importance of locally produced sources
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1999)
Food sources of the infaunal suspension-feeding bivalve Cerastoderma edule in a muddy sandflat of Marennes-Oléron Bay, as determined by analyses of carbon and nitrogen stable isotopes
Chang Keun Kang;Pierre-Guy Sauriau;Pierre Richard;Gérard F. Blanchard.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1999)
Whisker isotopic signature depicts migration patterns and multi-year intra- and inter-individual foraging strategies in fur seals.
Biology Letters (2009)
Food source of intertidal nematodes in the Bay of Marennes-Oleron (France), as determined by dual stable isotope analysis
Riera P;Richard P;Grémare A;Blanchard G.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1996)
Surveys of belugas and narwhals in the Canadian High Arctic in 1996
Nammco Scientific Publications (2014)
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