Hypoxia, Oceanography, Eutrophication, Nutrient and Continental shelf are his primary areas of study. Hypoxia is integrated with Water column, Ecosystem, Ecology, Bottom water and Hydrology in his research. His study in Oceanography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Habitat destruction, Coastal plain and Algal bloom.
The concepts of his Eutrophication study are interwoven with issues in Phytoplankton, Global warming, Cumulative effects, Global change and Coastal zone. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Biomass, Spartina alterniflora, Nitrate, Competition and Poaceae. His Continental shelf research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sediment and River delta.
His main research concerns Oceanography, Wetland, Hydrology, Hypoxia and Ecology. His Oceanography study typically links adjacent topics like Sediment. His work focuses on many connections between Wetland and other disciplines, such as Environmental protection, that overlap with his field of interest in Environmental planning.
His studies in Hydrology integrate themes in fields like Seawater, Vegetation and Salt marsh. As a part of the same scientific family, R. Eugene Turner mostly works in the field of Ecology, focusing on Watershed and, on occasion, Land use and Environmental resource management. His Eutrophication research integrates issues from Phytoplankton and Aquatic ecosystem.
R. Eugene Turner focuses on Wetland, Marsh, Oceanography, Salt marsh and Ecology. His Wetland study incorporates themes from Biomass, Nutrient and Environmental protection. His study on Bottom water and Sea level rise is often connected to Vulnerability, Biostratigraphy and Refugium as part of broader study in Oceanography.
His Ecology study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Sediment. R. Eugene Turner interconnects Estuary, Eutrophication and Chlorophyll a in the investigation of issues within Hydrology. His studies deal with areas such as Phytoplankton and Salinity as well as Eutrophication.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Hypoxia, Oceanography, Marsh, Ecology and Bottom water. His Hypoxia research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Eutrophication, Dead zone and Hydrology. His study in the field of Sea level rise also crosses realms of Vulnerability.
As a part of the same scientific study, R. Eugene Turner usually deals with the Marsh, concentrating on Salt marsh and frequently concerns with Phytoplankton, Organic matter, Salinity, Spartina alterniflora and Ecosystem. His work in the fields of Ecology, such as Spartina, Ecology and Subgenus, intersects with other areas such as Clade and Calamovilfa. His study looks at the intersection of Bottom water and topics like Continental shelf with Carbon cycle, Submarine pipeline, Bay, Estuary and Sediment.
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Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia, A.K.A. “The Dead Zone”
Nancy N. Rabalais;R. Eugene Turner;William J. Wiseman.
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics (2002)
Nutrient changes in the Mississippi River and system responses on the adjacent continental shelf
Nancy N. Rabalais;R. Eugene Turner;Dubravko JustiĆ;Quay Dortch.
Global change and eutrophication of coastal waters
Nancy N. Rabalais;R. Eugene Turner;Robert J. Díaz;Dubravko Justić.
Ices Journal of Marine Science (2009)
Coastal eutrophication near the Mississippi river delta
R. Eugene Turner;Nancy N. Rabalais.
Changes in nutrient structure of river-dominated coastal waters: stoichiometric nutrient balance and its consequences
Dubravko Justić;Nancy N. Rabalais;R. Eugene Turner;Quay Dortch.
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (1995)
Dependence of Fishery Species on Salt Marshes: The Role of Food and Refuge
Donald F. Boesch;R. Eugene Turner.
Beyond Science into Policy: Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia and the Mississippi River
Nancy N. Rabalais;R. Eugene Turner;Donald Scavia.
Linking Landscape and Water Quality in the Mississippi River Basin for 200 Years
R. Eugene Turner;Nancy N. Rabalais.
Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico.
Nancy N. Rabalais;R.Eugene Turner;William J. Wiseman.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2001)
Anthropogenically enhanced fluxes of water and carbon from the Mississippi River
Peter A. Raymond;Neung-Hwan Oh;R. Eugene Turner;Whitney Broussard.
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