Tom Moens spends much of his time researching Ecology, Zoology, Species complex, Nematode and Intertidal zone. His research on Ecology frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Environmental chemistry. Tom Moens focuses mostly in the field of Zoology, narrowing it down to topics relating to Internal transcribed spacer and, in certain cases, Local adaptation and Speciation.
The concepts of his Species complex study are interwoven with issues in Biodiversity, Population genetics, Sex ratio, Genetic structure and Biological dispersal. His Nematode study combines topics in areas such as Spartina, Detritus and Botany, Interspecific competition. In Intertidal zone, Tom Moens works on issues like Algae, which are connected to Anoxic waters, Heterotroph, Carbon cycle and Biogeochemical cycle.
Tom Moens mainly investigates Ecology, Nematode, Benthic zone, Oceanography and Species complex. His study in Ecology concentrates on Trophic level, Ecosystem, Meiobenthos, Intertidal zone and Biodiversity. His study explores the link between Intertidal zone and topics such as Estuary that cross with problems in Habitat.
While the research belongs to areas of Nematode, Tom Moens spends his time largely on the problem of Microcosm, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Diatom. Tom Moens has included themes like Seagrass, Zostera and Biomass in his Benthic zone study. His Species complex research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Zoology, Sympatric speciation, Competition, Biological dispersal and Abiotic component.
Tom Moens focuses on Ecology, Nematode, Ecosystem, Benthic zone and Estuary. His is doing research in Habitat, Interspecific competition, Trophic level, Effects of global warming on oceans and Herbivore, both of which are found in Ecology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Zoology and Predation.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Microbiome, Microcosm and Soil pH in addition to Nematode. His studies deal with areas such as Microplastics, Invertebrate and Bioturbation as well as Benthic zone. His Estuary research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Spatial ecology, Intertidal zone and Meiobenthos.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Ecosystem, Food web, Trophic level and Estuary. His Ecology research focuses on Herbivore, Habitat, Detritivore, Marine ecosystem and Water quality. His work in Ecosystem addresses issues such as Intertidal zone, which are connected to fields such as Spatial ecology, Phytodetritus and Biodiversity.
His Trophic level study incorporates themes from Ecological niche, Competition and Predation. Tom Moens combines subjects such as Diversity index and Benthic zone, Meiobenthos with his study of Estuary. His Zoology research includes elements of Nematode and Microcosm.
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The fate of intertidal microphytobenthos carbon: An in situ 13C-labeling study
Jack J. Middelburg;Christiane Barranguet;Henricus T. S. Boschker;Peter M. J. Herman.
Limnology and Oceanography (2000)
Observations on the Feeding Ecology of Estuarine Nematodes
Tom Moens;Magda Vincx.
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom (1997)
Dispersal and gene flow in free-living marine nematodes
Sofie Derycke;Thierry Backeljau;Thierry Backeljau;Tom Moens.
Frontiers in Zoology (2013)
An improved molecular phylogeny of the Nematoda with special emphasis on marine taxa.
Birgit H M Meldal;Nicola J Debenham;Paul De Ley;Irma Tandingan De Ley.
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (2007)
Mitochondrial DNA variation and cryptic speciation within the free-living marine nematode Pellioditis marina
Sofie Derycke;Thomas Remerie;Andy Vierstraete;T Backeljau.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2005)
Exploring the use of cytochrome oxidase c subunit 1 (COI) for DNA barcoding of free-living marine nematodes.
Sofie Derycke;Jan Vanaverbeke;Annelien Rigaux;Thierry Backeljau;Thierry Backeljau.
PLOS ONE (2010)
Resource utilization patterns of epifauna from mangrove forests with contrasting inputs of local versus imported organic matter
Steven Bouillon;Tom Moens;Inge Overmeer;Nico Koedam.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2004)
Tracing organic matter sources of estuarine tidal flat nematodes with stable carbon isotopes
Tom Moens;Caroline Luyten;Jack J. Middelburg;Peter M. J. Herman.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2002)
Phylogeography of the Rhabditis (Pellioditis) marina species complex: evidence for long‐distance dispersal, and for range expansions and restricted gene flow in the northeast Atlantic
Sofie Derycke;Thomas Remerie;Thierry Backeljau;Thierry Backeljau;Andy Vierstraete.
Molecular Ecology (2008)
Carbon flows through a benthic food web: Integrating biomass, isotope and tracer data
Dick van Oevelen;Karline Soetaert;Jack J. Middelburg;Peter M. J. Herman.
Journal of Marine Research (2006)
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