Chris Newman mainly investigates Meles, Badger, Ecology, Mustelidae and Population density. Chris Newman performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Meles and Isospora via his papers. His Badger research incorporates elements of Population growth, Population size and Microbiology.
His research on Ecology frequently links to adjacent areas such as Density dependence. His Mustelidae study incorporates themes from Veterinary medicine, Coccidiosis and Eimeria. The study incorporates disciplines such as Body weight and Mark and recapture in addition to Population density.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Meles, Badger, Zoology and Mustelidae. Ecology is represented through his Foraging, Habitat, Range, Predation and Climate change research. Foraging and Abundance are frequently intertwined in his study.
In his study, Sex organ is strongly linked to Reproduction, which falls under the umbrella field of Meles. His work on Sett as part of general Badger study is frequently linked to Latrine, Context and Culling, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Zoology research includes elements of Omnivore, Insectivore, Sociality and Mating system.
Chris Newman mainly focuses on Meles, Badger, Mammal, Ecology and Zoology. His study in Meles is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sex organ, Wildlife disease, Reproduction, Lymphocyte and Innate immune system. The various areas that Chris Newman examines in his Badger study include Seasonal breeder and Colonization.
His research investigates the connection with Mammal and areas like Telomere which intersect with concerns in Senescence. His research integrates issues of Evolutionary selection and Selective advantage in his study of Ecology. In general Zoology, his work in Raccoon Dogs and Nyctereutes procyonoides is often linked to Disturbance, Latrine and Olfactory communication linking many areas of study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Meles, China, Wildlife trade, Telomere and Senescence. Chris Newman merges Meles with Psychological resilience in his research. You can notice a mix of various disciplines of study, such as Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 and 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak, in his Wildlife trade studies.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Evolutionary biology, Evolvability and Mammal. His Senescence research includes themes of Evolutionary dynamics and Heritability. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Endangered species, Wetland and Global biodiversity is strongly linked to Fishery.
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A high-mobility electron-transporting polymer for printed transistors
He Yan;Zhihua Chen;Yan Zheng;Christopher Newman.
Validating mammal monitoring methods and assessing the performance of volunteers in wildlife conservation—“Sed quis custodiet ipsos custodies ?”
Chris Newman;Christina D. Buesching;David W. Macdonald.
Biological Conservation (2003)
Population dynamics of badgers (Meles meles) in Oxfordshire, U.K.: numbers, density and cohort life histories, and a possible role of climate change in population growth
D. W. Macdonald;C. Newman.
Journal of Zoology (2002)
Combining electron-neutral building blocks with intramolecular "conformational locks" affords stable, high-mobility p- and n-channel polymer semiconductors.
Hui Huang;Zhihua Chen;Rocio Ponce Ortiz;Rocio Ponce Ortiz;Christopher Newman.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2012)
Very Low Degree of Energetic Disorder as the Origin of High Mobility in an n-channel Polymer Semiconductor
Mario Caironi;Matt Bird;Daniele Fazzi;Zhihua Chen.
Advanced Functional Materials (2011)
Air Stable Cross-Linked Cytop Ultrathin Gate Dielectric for High Yield Low-Voltage Top-Gate Organic Field-Effect Transistors
Xiaoyang Cheng;Mario Caironi;Yong-Young Noh;Yong-Young Noh;Jianpu Wang.
Chemistry of Materials (2010)
Dithienocoronenediimide‐Based Copolymers as Novel Ambipolar Semiconductors for Organic Thin‐Film Transistors
Hakan Usta;Christopher Newman;Zhihua Chen;Antonio Facchetti.
Advanced Materials (2012)
Is Mycobacterium bovis in the environment important for the persistence of bovine tuberculosis
Orin Courtenay;L. A. Reilly;F. P. Sweeney;V. Hibberd.
Biology Letters (2006)
Biogeographical variation in the diet of Holarctic martens (genus Martes, Mammalia: Carnivora: Mustelidae): adaptive foraging in generalists
You-Bing Zhou;You-Bing Zhou;Chris Newman;Wen-Ting Xu;Christina D. Buesching.
Journal of Biogeography (2011)
Differences in trappability of European badgers Meles meles in three populations in England
F.A.M. Tuyttens;D.W. Macdonald;R. Delahay;L.M. Rogers.
Journal of Applied Ecology (1999)
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