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James A. Estes

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UC Santa Cruz

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UC Santa Cruz

1156 High Street

Santa Cruz, California,95064

United States

Company Description

The UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute is dedicated to unlocking the world's genomic information to drive targeted treatment of diseases. Its goals are to accelerate the power of the global research community to solve today's intractable health problems; lead th... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Research Scientist

University of California


Research Scientist

U.S. Geological Survey


Affiliations

Ocean Tipping Points

Member of the Science


Pew Environment Group

Marine Fellow


California Academy of Sciences

Fellow


National Research Council

Study Panel Member


National Academy of Sciences

Member


National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis

Science Advisory Board


Ecology/Ecological Monographs

Member, Editorial Boards


Education

Healthcare


fisheries management

National Academy of Sciences


B.A

University of Minnesota


M.S.

Washington State University


Ph.D

University of Arizona


PhD

University of California Santa Cruz


Web References(195 Total References)


Radon Boats - Testimonials

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Jim Estes
Research Biologist, US Geological Survey Adjunct Professor, UC Santa Cruz


Scientific Working Group | Ocean Tipping Points

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Jim Estes- Adjunct Professor, Institute for Marine Sciences, University of California at Santa Cruz


Sunday Plenary 2016 – Western Society of Naturalists

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Dr. James Estes, University of California Santa Cruz
James Estes is a community ecologist and Distinguished Professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of California Santa Cruz. Jim is recognized especially for his contributions to our understanding of trophic cascades, stemming from his decades of research on sea otters and kelp forest ecosystems. He received his Ph.D. in Biology and Statistics from the University of Arizona in 1974. He was employed as a research scientist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Geological Survey from 1974 to 2007, after which he joined the faculty at UC Santa Cruz. Jim received the Western Society of Naturalists' Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011 and was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 2014. He recently authored the book "Serendipity: An Ecologist's Quest to Understand Nature" (University of California Press, 2016).


www.pressdemocrat.com

It’s like having a seed bank, said Jim Estes, a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at UC Santa Cruz. “Having it all disappear would not be my big concern,� he said.


Marine animal extinctions and increasing dangers for oceans

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The researchers - Douglas J. McCauley, Francis H. Joyce and Robert R. Warner, all at U.C. Santa Barbara; Malin L. Pinsky of Rutgers; Stephen R. Palumbi of Stanford; and James A. Estes of UC Santa Cruz - note that there are three additional types of extinctions below the category of total global loss: local habitat extinctions, where a species permanently dies in one location but survives in others; ecological extinctions, where populations still exist but the species no longer plays its normal, evolved role in the environment; and commercial extinctions, whereby fishing and harvesting is no longer viable because of population decline.


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