The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Coral reef, Fishery, Coral reef fish and Reef. His research in Coral reef intersects with topics in Serranidae, Environmental resource management and Lutjanidae. Yves Letourneur has included themes like Marine protected area, Habitat, Oceanography and Flatfish in his Fishery study.
His Habitat research incorporates themes from Species richness, Siganus rivulatus, Benthic zone and Fringing reef. His studies deal with areas such as Range, Biomass, Resilience of coral reefs, Pterois miles and Red lionfish as well as Coral reef fish. His studies in Reef integrate themes in fields like Habitat destruction, Biodiversity, Indo-Pacific and Marine reserve.
Yves Letourneur focuses on Fishery, Ecology, Coral reef, Reef and Coral reef fish. His Fishery study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Habitat and Lutjanidae. Trophic level, Species richness, Mediterranean sea, Benthic zone and Mediterranean climate are among the areas of Ecology where Yves Letourneur concentrates his study.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Biodiversity and Environmental resource management. In general Reef, his work in Fringing reef is often linked to Coastal fish linking many areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Biomass, Helminths, Host, Resilience of coral reefs and Environmental issues with coral reefs in addition to Coral reef fish.
His primary areas of investigation include Trophic level, Coral reef, Ecology, Fishery and Food web. In his study, Tuna is strongly linked to Oceanography, which falls under the umbrella field of Trophic level. His work in the fields of Coral reef, such as Coral reef fish, intersects with other areas such as δ13C.
His work focuses on many connections between Coral reef fish and other disciplines, such as Helminths, that overlap with his field of interest in Taxon. Yves Letourneur combines subjects such as Rabbitfish, Seagrass and Biodiversity with his study of Fishery. His work in the fields of Reef, such as Halichoeres melanurus, overlaps with other areas such as Gymnothorax chilospilus.
His primary areas of study are Trophic level, Coral reef, Ecology, Oceanography and Benthic zone. His study in Ecology focuses on Reef and Particulate organic matter. His study in Oceanography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Tuna and Food chain.
His Benthic zone research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Environmental chemistry, Biomagnification and Predatory fish. His Food web study typically links adjacent topics like Fishery. His work on Shrimp is typically connected to Penaeidae as part of general Fishery study, connecting several disciplines of science.
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Climate Warming, Marine Protected Areas and the Ocean-Scale Integrity of Coral Reef Ecosystems
Nicholas A.J. Graham;Timothy R. McClanahan;M. Aaron MacNeil;M. Aaron MacNeil;Shaun K. Wilson;Shaun K. Wilson.
PLOS ONE (2008)
Global Human Footprint on the Linkage between Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning in Reef Fishes
Camilo Mora;Octavio Aburto-Oropeza;Arturo Ayala Bocos;Paula M. Ayotte;Paula M. Ayotte.
PLOS Biology (2011)
Extinction vulnerability of coral reef fishes
Nicholas A. J. Graham;Pascale Chabanet;Richard D. Evans;Richard D. Evans;Simon Jennings.
Ecology Letters (2011)
The Humphead Wrasse, Cheilinus Undulatus : Synopsis of a Threatened and Poorly Known Giant Coral Reef Fish
Y. Sadovy;Michel Kulbicki;P. Labrosse;Y. Letourneur.
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries (2003)
Length-weight relationship of fishes from coral reefs and lagoons of New Caledonia: an update
Y. Letourneur;Michel Kulbicki;P. Labrosse.
Naga : the ICLARM Quarterly (1998)
Distributions of Indo-Pacific lionfishes Pterois spp. in their native ranges : implications for the Atlantic invasion
Michel Kulbicki;J. Beets;Pascale Chabanet;K. Cure.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2012)
Designing indicators for assessing the effects of marine protected areas on coral reef ecosystems: A multidisciplinary standpoint
Dominique Pelletier;Jose A. García-Charton;Jocelyne Ferraris;Gilbert David.
Aquatic Living Resources (2005)
Characterization of local populations of the common sole Solea solea (Pisces, Soleidae) in the NW Mediterranean through otolith morphometrics and shape analysis
Bastien Mérigot;Yves Letourneur;Raymonde Lecomte-Finiger.
Marine Biology (2007)
Diet composition of carnivorous fishes from coral reef lagoons of New Caledonia
Michel Kulbicki;Yves-Marie Bozec;Yves-Marie Bozec;Pierre Labrosse;Yves Letourneur.
Aquatic Living Resources (2005)
Temporal fluctuations and settlement patterns of native and Lessepsian herbivorous fishes on the Lebanese coast (eastern Mediterranean)
Michel Bariche;Yves Letourneur;Mireille Harmelin-Vivien.
Environmental Biology of Fishes (2004)
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