2023 - Research.com Ecology and Evolution in Australia Leader Award
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Seagrass, Habitat, Ecosystem and Fishery. Salt marsh, Estuary, Invertebrate, Mangrove and Food web are the subjects of his Ecology studies. He interconnects Pipefish, Nekton, Benthic zone and Seascape in the investigation of issues within Seagrass.
His Habitat research focuses on Oceanography and how it relates to Crustacean. He has included themes like Trophic level, Organic matter, Global warming and Biogeochemistry in his Ecosystem study. The various areas that Rod M. Connolly examines in his Fishery study include Bay and Predation.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Habitat, Fishery, Seagrass and Ecosystem. His research in Estuary, Abundance, Mangrove, Salt marsh and Food web are components of Ecology. The Habitat study combines topics in areas such as Species richness, Invertebrate and Intertidal zone.
His studies in Fishery integrate themes in fields like Seascapes and Threatened species. Rod M. Connolly has researched Seagrass in several fields, including Biomass, Bay, Wetland and Predation. His Ecosystem research focuses on subjects like Climate change, which are linked to Environmental resource management.
Ecosystem, Ecology, Habitat, Seagrass and Climate change are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Ecosystem study are interwoven with issues in Biodiversity, Environmental protection, Climate change mitigation, Wetland and Mangrove. He performs integrative study on Ecology and Context in his works.
His Habitat research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Trophic level, Fishery and Wildlife. His Seagrass research includes elements of Abundance, Bay, Marine reserve and Water quality. His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Blue carbon, Marsh and Environmental resource management.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecosystem, Habitat, Climate change, Ecology and Ecosystem services. His Ecosystem study combines topics in areas such as Biodiversity, Coastal management, Seascapes, Wetland and Mangrove. His study explores the link between Habitat and topics such as Fishery that cross with problems in Intertidal zone.
His Climate change research integrates issues from Carbon sequestration, Blue carbon, Marsh and Environmental resource management. When carried out as part of a general Ecology research project, his work on Abundance and Seagrass is frequently linked to work in Megafauna, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Estuary and Salt marsh in addition to Seascape.
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Australian vegetated coastal ecosystems as global hotspots for climate change mitigation
Oscar Serrano;Catherine E. Lovelock;Trisha B. Atwood;Trisha B. Atwood;Peter I. Macreadie.
Nature Communications (2019)
Organic matter exchange and cycling in mangrove ecosystems: Recent insights from stable isotope studies
S. Bouillon;Rod Martin Connolly;Shing Yip Lee.
Journal of Sea Research (2008)
The seascape nursery: a novel spatial approach to identify and manage nurseries for coastal marine fauna
Fish and Fisheries (2015)
Impact of urbanization on coastal wetland structure and function
Shing Yip Lee;Shing Yip Lee;Ryan Jay Keith Dunn;Ruth Anne Young;Rod Martin Connolly;Rod Martin Connolly.
Austral Ecology (2006)
True Value of Estuarine and Coastal Nurseries for Fish: Incorporating Complexity and Dynamics
Estuaries and Coasts (2015)
Global patterns in mangrove soil carbon stocks and losses
Trisha B Atwood;Trisha B Atwood;Rod M Connolly;Hannan Almahasheer;Paul E Carnell.
Nature Climate Change (2017)
The future of Blue Carbon science
Peter I. Macreadie;Andrea Anton;John A. Raven;John A. Raven;John A. Raven;Nicola Beaumont.
Nature Communications (2019)
A comparison of fish assemblages from seagrass and unvegetated areas of a southern Australian estuary
Marine and Freshwater Research (1994)
Spatial analysis of stable isotope data to determine primary sources of nutrition for fish.
Sulfur stable isotopes separate producers in marine food-web analysis
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