His primary areas of study are Ecology, Wildlife, DNA barcoding, Habitat and Climate change. His Ecology study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Bay. Taxonomy and Population size is closely connected to Intraspecific competition in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of DNA barcoding.
His research integrates issues of Cartography, Field and Key in his study of Habitat. His Climate change study combines topics in areas such as Bird migration, Range, North Atlantic oscillation and Phenology. His studies in Phenology integrate themes in fields like Land use, Climate change mitigation, Physical geography, Global change and Mist net.
Charles M. Francis mainly focuses on Ecology, Habitat, Zoology, Abundance and Forestry. His work in Habitat addresses issues such as Mainland, which are connected to fields such as Key, Cartography, Identification and Deciduous. In general Zoology, his work in Taxonomy and DNA barcoding is often linked to Age related and Weight gain linking many areas of study.
His work on Subgenus is typically connected to Southeast asia as part of general Taxonomy study, connecting several disciplines of science. Charles M. Francis integrates several fields in his works, including DNA barcoding and Barcode. His Abundance study incorporates themes from Statistics and Temperate climate.
Charles M. Francis mainly focuses on Ecology, Agroforestry, Abundance, Predation and Southeast asia. Much of his study explores Ecology relationship to Scale. His research in Agroforestry intersects with topics in Natural, Species richness and Taiga.
His Abundance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Species at Risk Act and Temperate climate. Charles M. Francis interconnects Vole, Productivity, Fishery, Reproductive success and Body condition in the investigation of issues within Predation. His research in Forestry intersects with topics in Range and Boreal.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Abundance, Biodiversity, Ecosystem services and Species at Risk Act. His Ecology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Collaborative network. His Abundance research integrates issues from Cover crop, Agroforestry, Crop, Common spatial pattern and Species richness.
His Biodiversity research incorporates themes from Deforestation, Conservation biology, Threatened species and Sustainable development. Ecosystem services combines with fields such as Environmental planning, Sustainability and Agriculture in his research. His studies deal with areas such as Conservation planning, Bird conservation and Breeding bird survey as well as Species at Risk Act.
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Identification of Birds through DNA Barcodes
Paul D. N Hebert;Mark Y Stoeckle;Tyler S Zemlak;Charles M Francis.
PLOS Biology (2004)
Comprehensive DNA barcode coverage of North American birds.
Kevin C. R. Kerr;Mark Y. Stoeckle;Carla J. Dove;Lee A. Weigt.
Molecular Ecology Notes (2007)
A field guide to the mammals of Borneo
Junaidi Payne;Charles M. Francis;Karen Phillipps.
The influence of climate on the timing and rate of spring bird migration.
Peter P. Marra;Charles M. Francis;Charles M. Francis;Robert S. Mulvihill;Frank R. Moore.
Role of migratory birds in introduction and range expansion of Ixodes scapularis ticks and of Borrelia burgdorferi and Anaplasma phagocytophilum in Canada
N H Ogden;N H Ogden;L R Lindsay;K Hanincová;I K Barker.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2008)
Travelling through a warming world: climate change and migratory species.
Robert A. Robinson;Humphrey Q. P. Crick;Jennifer A. Learmonth;Ilya M. D. Maclean.
Endangered Species Research (2009)
Confronting collinearity: comparing methods for disentangling the effects of habitat loss and fragmentation
Adam C. Smith;Nicola Koper;Charles M. Francis;Lenore Fahrig.
Landscape Ecology (2009)
The role of DNA barcodes in understanding and conservation of mammal diversity in southeast Asia.
Charles M. Francis;Alex V. Borisenko;Natalia V. Ivanova;Judith L. Eger.
PLOS ONE (2010)
Risk maps for range expansion of the Lyme disease vector, Ixodes scapularis, in Canada now and with climate change
Nicholas H Ogden;Nicholas H Ogden;Laurie St-Onge;Ian K Barker;Stéphanie Brazeau.
International Journal of Health Geographics (2008)
Differential Timing of Spring Migration in Wood Warblers (Parulinae)
Charles M. Francis;Fred Cooke.
The Auk (1986)
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