His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Fauna, Hydrology, Invertebrate and Habitat. D. Dudley Williams regularly ties together related areas like Hyporheic zone in his Ecology studies. D. Dudley Williams works mostly in the field of Fauna, limiting it down to concerns involving STREAMS and, occasionally, Principle of faunal succession.
His research in the fields of Water pollution overlaps with other disciplines such as Body posture, Water current and Drag. His Invertebrate research includes elements of Population density, Substrate and Caddisfly. The study incorporates disciplines such as Hemiptera, Odonata, Ecological succession and Colonisation in addition to Habitat.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Invertebrate, Habitat, Fauna and Predation. His Ecology study combines topics in areas such as Zoology and Hyporheic zone, STREAMS. His work deals with themes such as Hyalella azteca, Species richness and Chironomidae, which intersect with Invertebrate.
In his work, Biota is strongly intertwined with Wetland, which is a subfield of Habitat. His Fauna research includes themes of Community and Spring. D. Dudley Williams interconnects Population density, Abundance, Rainbow trout and Sympatric speciation in the investigation of issues within Predation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Ecosystem, STREAMS, Hyporheic zone and Habitat. His study in Invertebrate, Trophic level, Species richness, Wetland and Benthic zone falls within the category of Ecology. His Species richness research incorporates themes from Hydrology, Freshwater ecosystem and Species diversity.
His biological study deals with issues like Community structure, which deal with fields such as Dry season, Biomonitoring, Watershed, Wet season and River ecosystem. D. Dudley Williams usually deals with Hyporheic zone and limits it to topics linked to Biogeochemical cycle and Aquatic ecosystem, Biogeochemistry and Groundwater. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Habitat, Taxon, Phenology, Landscape ecology and Biomass is strongly linked to Abundance.
Ecology, STREAMS, Range, Trophic level and Community structure are his primary areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Ecology brings together such families of science as Hyporheic zone and Surface water. His Range research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Niche, Environmental gradient, Lake ecosystem, Amphibian and Ecological niche.
His study on Food web is often connected to Scale as part of broader study in Trophic level. His research integrates issues of River ecosystem, Habitat, Wet season, Microbial ecology and Biomonitoring in his study of Community structure. D. Dudley Williams has researched Habitat in several fields, including Watershed, Microbial population biology, Tributary and Dry season.
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Buffer Zone versus Whole Catchment Approaches to Studying Land Use Impact on River Water Quality
Water Research (2001)
The biology of temporary waters.
The biology of temporary waters. (2005)
The Ecology of Temporary Waters
The occurrence of benthos deep in the substratum of a stream
Freshwater Biology (1974)
Environmental Constraints in Temporary Fresh Waters and Their Consequences for the Insect Fauna
Journal of The North American Benthological Society (1996)
The recolonization mechanisms of stream benthos
How important are rare species in aquatic community ecology and bioassessment
Limnology and Oceanography (1998)
Factors controlling riffle‐scale hyporheic exchange flows and their seasonal changes in a gaining stream: A three‐dimensional groundwater flow model
Water Resources Research (2003)
Road salt contamination of groundwater in a major metropolitan area and development of a biological index to monitor its impact.
Water Research (2000)
Response of Stream Invertebrates to a Global‐Warming Thermal Regime: An Ecosystem‐Level Manipulation
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