Richard F. Ambrose spends much of his time researching Ecology, Habitat, Fishery, Kelp and Predation. His research on Ecology often connects related topics like Abalone. His Habitat research incorporates elements of Biomass, Oceanography, Plant cover, Aerial photography and Wetland.
His studies in Kelp integrate themes in fields like Species diversity and Coral reef fish. Richard F. Ambrose combines subjects such as Octopus, Mollusca and Abundance with his study of Predation. His Reef study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Population density, Species richness and Foraging.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Habitat, Oceanography, Wetland and Fishery. His study in Biodiversity, Intertidal zone, Ecosystem, Predation and Kelp forest falls within the category of Ecology. His Habitat research includes elements of Species richness and Environmental resource management.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sampling and Clean Water Act. Richard F. Ambrose studied Wetland and Salt marsh that intersect with Marsh, Hydrology and Biomass. His Fishery study often links to related topics such as Marine ecosystem.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Stormwater, Ecology, Oceanography and Salt marsh. His study in Ecosystem, Biodiversity, Intertidal zone, Biomass and Reproduction are all subfields of Ecology. His Stormwater study also includes
His research integrates issues of Evolutionary biology, Abundance, Sampling design and Environmental resource management in his study of Ecology. His Salt marsh research incorporates themes from Residence time and Marsh, Wetland. His research in Wetland intersects with topics in Range, Habitat destruction, Suitability model, Habitat and Spatial variability.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Ecosystem, Wetland, Habitat and Stormwater. His is doing research in Intertidal zone, Salt marsh, Biodiversity, Chronosequence and Urban ecology, both of which are found in Ecology. His Ecosystem study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Plant community, Water-sensitive urban design, Species diversity and Colonization.
Marsh is the focus of his Wetland research. The concepts of his Marsh study are interwoven with issues in Current, Oceanography and Accretion. His Stormwater research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Soil organic matter, Nutrient, Botany and Juncaceae.
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Ecological Theory and Community Restoration Ecology
Restoration Ecology (1997)
Taking the “Waste” Out of “Wastewater” for Human Water Security and Ecosystem Sustainability
Stanley B Grant;Stanley B Grant;Jean-Daniel Saphores;David L Feldman;Andrew J Hamilton.
No‐take Reserve Networks: Sustaining Fishery Populations and Marine Ecosystems
Influence of an artificial reef on the surrounding infaunal community
Marine Biology (1990)
U.S. Pacific coastal wetland resilience and vulnerability to sea-level rise
Science Advances (2018)
Trace metals in fish and invertebrates of three California coastal Wetlands.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2001)
Averting a North American biodiversity crisis
Interactions between corals and algae on a temperate zone rocky reef: mediation by sea urchins
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (1993)
Food preferences, prey availability, and the diet of Octopus bimaculatus Verrill
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (1984)
Inhibition of Giant Kelp Recruitment by an Introduced Brown Alga
Botanica Marina (1982)
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