Ecological extinction and
evolution in the brave new ocean
Jeremy B. C. Jackson
Research Interests
• Paleoecology and macroevolution with particular interest in
the environmental an...
Coral reefs
• Overfishing, warming and acidification due to
increasing CO2, run-off of nutrients and
toxins, invasive spec...
Estuaries and coastal seas
• Overfishing; runoff of nutrients and toxins;
warming due to rise of CO2; invasive species;
co...
Continental shelves
• Overfishing; trophic cascades; trawling; runoff
of nutrients and toxins; warming and
acidification d...
Open ocean pelagic
• Overfishing; trophic cascades; warming and
acidification due to rise of CO2
Synergy
• How important is it?
• How can it be measured for all these different
situations?
Overfishing
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Marty 2013 ecological extinction and evolution in the brave new

  1. 1. Ecological extinction and evolution in the brave new ocean
  2. 2. Jeremy B. C. Jackson Research Interests • Paleoecology and macroevolution with particular interest in the environmental and biological consequences of the events leading up to the formation of the Isthmus of Panama over the past 15 million years. • Historical ecology of human impacts and their implications for marine conservation biology and management. Current Research • Ecology and evolution of marine invertebrates; human impacts on tropical marine communities.
  3. 3. Coral reefs • Overfishing, warming and acidification due to increasing CO2, run-off of nutrients and toxins, invasive species.
  4. 4. Estuaries and coastal seas • Overfishing; runoff of nutrients and toxins; warming due to rise of CO2; invasive species; coastal land use.
  5. 5. Continental shelves • Overfishing; trophic cascades; trawling; runoff of nutrients and toxins; warming and acidification due to rise of CO2; introduced species; escape of aquaculture species
  6. 6. Open ocean pelagic • Overfishing; trophic cascades; warming and acidification due to rise of CO2
  7. 7. Synergy • How important is it? • How can it be measured for all these different situations?
  8. 8. Overfishing

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