James R. Watson

Affiliations: 
University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
Area:
Connectivity, network theory, oceanography, mathematical biology
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David A. Siegel grad student 2011 UC Santa Barbara
 (Ocean Connectivity and Nearshore Marine Species Population Dynamics.)
Simon Asher Levin post-doc 2011-2013 Princeton (Biomechanics Tree)

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Ciera Villegas grad student 2017- Oregon State
Keiko Nomura grad student 2018- Oregon State
Steven Mana'oakamai Johnson grad student 2017-2021 Oregon State
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Tekwa EW, Watson JR, Pinsky ML. (2022) Body size and food-web interactions mediate species range shifts under warming. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 289: 20212755
Dalziel BD, Novak M, Watson JR, et al. (2021) Publisher Correction: Collective behaviour can stabilize ecosystems. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Dalziel BD, Novak M, Watson JR, et al. (2021) Collective behaviour can stabilize ecosystems. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Watson JR, Gelbaum Z, Titus M, et al. (2020) Identifying multiscale spatio-temporal patterns in human mobility using manifold learning. Peerj. Computer Science. 6: e276
Folke C, Österblom H, Jouffray JB, et al. (2020) An invitation for more research on transnational corporations and the biosphere. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Hamilton S, Bell T, Watson J, et al. (2020) Remote sensing: generation of long-term kelp bed data sets for evaluation of impacts of climatic variation. Ecology. e03031
Burgess MG, Carrella E, Drexler M, et al. (2020) Opportunities for agent‐based modelling in human dimensions of fisheries Fish and Fisheries. 21: 570-587
Mendenhall E, Hendrix C, Nyman E, et al. (2020) Climate change increases the risk of fisheries conflict Marine Policy. 117: 103954
Titus M, Watson J. (2020) Critical speeding up as an early warning signal of stochastic regime shifts Theoretical Ecology. 1-9
McManus LC, Vasconcelos VV, Levin SA, et al. (2019) Extreme temperature events will drive coral decline in the Coral Triangle. Global Change Biology
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