His primary areas of study are Ecology, Diel vertical migration, Zooplankton, Plankton and Copepod. Stephen M. Bollens is interested in Crustacean, which is a field of Ecology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Pelagic zone and Predation in addition to Diel vertical migration.
His research in Zooplankton intersects with topics in Range and Abundance. His Plankton research includes themes of Estuary and Bay. His Copepod research incorporates elements of Introduced species, Water column and Invasive species.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Zooplankton, Plankton, Oceanography and Copepod. His Ecology study typically links adjacent topics like Fishery. His Zooplankton research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Range, Habitat, Water column, Trophic level and Eutrophication.
In his work, Nekton and Daphnia is strongly intertwined with Food web, which is a subfield of Plankton. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Phytoplankton and Chlorophyll. His research integrates issues of Dinoflagellate, Invertebrate and Introduced species in his study of Copepod.
Stephen M. Bollens focuses on Ecology, Zooplankton, Plankton, Oceanography and Phytoplankton. His research in the fields of Corbicula fluminea and Range overlaps with other disciplines such as Calcium. The concepts of his Zooplankton study are interwoven with issues in Pseudodiaptomus inopinus, Copepod, Taxon, Estuary and Eutrophication.
The various areas that Stephen M. Bollens examines in his Plankton study include Trophic level, Abiotic component and Invasive species. His work in Oceanography tackles topics such as Temperate climate which are related to areas like Chlorophyll. His Phytoplankton course of study focuses on Bloom and Algal bloom.
Ecology, Plankton, Corbicula fluminea, Fishery and Invasive species are his primary areas of study. His study in Algal bloom, Bloom, Copepod and Phytoplankton is carried out as part of his Ecology studies. He interconnects Trophic cascade, Chlorophyll a, Algae and Zooplankton in the investigation of issues within Algal bloom.
His study in Bloom is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Dinoflagellate and Eutrophication. His work deals with themes such as Community composition, Range and Predation, which intersect with Corbicula fluminea. His work in the fields of Fishery, such as Abundance and Canonical correspondence analysis, intersects with other areas such as Distribution, Zebra mussel and Quagga mussel.
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Predator-induced diet vertical migration in a planktonic copepod
S.M. Bollens;B.W. Frost.
Journal of Plankton Research (1989)
Diel vertical migration in zooplankton: rapid individual response to predators
Stephen M. Bollens;Bruce W. Frost.
Journal of Plankton Research (1991)
Zooplanktivorous fish and variable diel vertical migration in the marine planktonic copepod Calanus pacificus
Stephen M. Bollens;Bruce W. Frost.
Limnology and Oceanography (1989)
Toward a more comprehensive theory of zooplankton diel vertical migration: integrating ultraviolet radiation and water transparency into the biotic paradigm
Craig E. Williamson;Janet M. Fischer;Stephen M. Bollens;Erin P. Overholt.
Limnology and Oceanography (2011)
Variability of Diel Vertical Migration in the Marine Planktonic Copepod Pseudocalanus newmani in Relation to Its Predators
Bruce W. Frost;Stephen M. Bollens.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (1992)
Zooplankton invasions: a brief review, plus two case studies from the northeast Pacific Ocean
Stephen M. Bollens;Stephen M. Bollens;Jeffery R. Cordell;Sean Avent;Rian Hooff.
Diel vertical migration in zooplankton: field evidence in support of the predator avoidance hypothesis
Stephen M. Bollens;Bruce W. Frost;Dave S. Thoreson;Sidney J. Watts.
WEST: A northern California study of the role of wind-driven transport in the productivity of coastal plankton communities
John Largier;Cathryn Lawrence;M. Roughan;D. M. Kaplan.
Deep-sea Research Part Ii-topical Studies in Oceanography (2006)
Chemical, mechanical and visual cues in the vertical migration behavior of the marine planktonic copepod Acartia hudsonica
Stephen M. Bollens;Bruce W. Frost;Jeffery R. Cordell.
Journal of Plankton Research (1994)
The effects of haloclines on the vertical distribution and migration of zooplankton
Laurence A Lougee;Stephen M Bollens;Sean R Avent.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (2002)
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