Jonathan Belmaker, PhD

Yale University, New Haven, CT 
"Jonathan Belmaker"
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Jarić I, Roll U, Arlinghaus R, et al. (2020) Expanding conservation culturomics and iEcology from terrestrial to aquatic realms. Plos Biology. 18: e3000935
Maureaud A, Frelat R, Pécuchet L, et al. (2020) Are we ready to track climate-driven shifts in marine species across international boundaries? - A global survey of scientific bottom trawl data. Global Change Biology
Gavriel T, Belmaker J. (2020) Little spatial and temporal segregation between coexisting lionfishes (Pterois miles and Pterois radiata) in the Red Sea Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution. 1-9
Winters G, Beer S, Willette DA, et al. (2020) The Tropical Seagrass Halophila stipulacea: Reviewing What We Know From Its Native and Invasive Habitats, Alongside Identifying Knowledge Gaps Frontiers in Marine Science. 7
van Rijn I, Kiflawi M, Belmaker J. (2020) Alien species stabilize local fisheries catch in a highly invaded ecosystem Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 77: 752-761
Yancovitch Shalom H, Granot I, Blowes SA, et al. (2020) A closer examination of the ‘abundant centre’ hypothesis for reef fishes Journal of Biogeography. 47: 2194-2209
Granot I, Belmaker J. (2020) Niche breadth and species richness: Correlation strength, scale and mechanisms Global Ecology and Biogeography. 29: 159-170
Gamliel I, Buba Y, Guy‐Haim T, et al. (2020) Incorporating physiology into species distribution models moderates the projected impact of warming on selected Mediterranean marine species Ecography. 43: 1090-1106
Blowes SA, Chase JM, Di Franco A, et al. (2020) Mediterranean marine protected areas have higher biodiversity via increased evenness, not abundance Journal of Applied Ecology. 57: 578-589
Rice A, Šmarda P, Novosolov M, et al. (2019) The global biogeography of polyploid plants. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 3: 265-273
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