The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Biodiversity, Environmental resource management, Ecology, Chytridiomycosis and Function. His study on Measurement of biodiversity and Global biodiversity is often connected to Satellite remote sensing as part of broader study in Biodiversity. His study explores the link between Measurement of biodiversity and topics such as Convention on Biological Diversity that cross with problems in Identification and Ecological indicator.
His study in Environmental resource management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Abundance, Species distribution and Big data. Dirk S. Schmeller has included themes like Force of infection and Life history theory in his Ecology study. His Chytridiomycosis research includes themes of Microfauna and Risk of infection.
Dirk S. Schmeller mainly focuses on Biodiversity, Environmental resource management, Ecology, Chytridiomycosis and Habitat. His Biodiversity research incorporates elements of Environmental planning and Ecosystem, Ecosystem services. His work investigates the relationship between Environmental resource management and topics such as Ecology that intersect with problems in Biodiversity conservation.
His research investigates the connection between Ecology and topics such as Zoology that intersect with issues in Lissotriton helveticus and Genetics. His work on Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans as part of general Chytridiomycosis research is often related to Chytridiomycota, thus linking different fields of science. His work on Conservation planning as part of general Habitat research is frequently linked to Prioritization, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Dirk S. Schmeller mainly investigates Biodiversity, Environmental resource management, Ecology, Chytridiomycosis and Measurement of biodiversity. Dirk S. Schmeller studies Global biodiversity, a branch of Biodiversity. His work carried out in the field of Environmental resource management brings together such families of science as Living Planet Index and Ecosystem.
His work in the fields of Ecology, such as Range, Abiotic component, Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis and Host, overlaps with other areas such as Altitude. His research integrates issues of Ecology and Threatened species in his study of Chytridiomycosis. His Measurement of biodiversity research incorporates themes from Citizen science and Ecoregion.
His primary areas of study are Environmental resource management, Biodiversity, Measurement of biodiversity, Global biodiversity and Ecology. He integrates Environmental resource management and Data collection in his research. His study in Biodiversity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Amphibian, Panzootic, Ecosystem, Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans and Emerging infectious disease.
His Global biodiversity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Citizen science and Emerging technologies. Dirk S. Schmeller has included themes like Biodiversity conservation and Conservation biology in his Ecology study. The Species distribution study which covers Disparate system that intersects with Range.
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Advantages of Volunteer-Based Biodiversity Monitoring in Europe
Dirk S. Schmeller;Dirk S. Schmeller;Pierre Yves Henry;Romain Julliard;Bernd Gruber.
Conservation Biology (2009)
Recent Asian origin of chytrid fungi causing global amphibian declines
Simon J. O’Hanlon;Adrien Rieux;Rhys A. Farrer;Gonçalo M. Rosa;Gonçalo M. Rosa.
Framing the concept of satellite remote sensing essential biodiversity variables: challenges and future directions
Nathalie Pettorelli;Martin Wegmann;Martin Wegmann;Andrew Skidmore;Sander Mucher.
Factors driving pathogenicity vs. prevalence of amphibian panzootic chytridiomycosis in Iberia
Ecology Letters (2010)
Global biodiversity monitoring: From data sources to Essential Biodiversity Variables
Vânia Proença;Laura Jane Martin;Henrique Miguel Pereira;Henrique Miguel Pereira;Miguel Fernandez.
Building essential biodiversity variables (EBVs) of species distribution and abundance at a global scale.
Building essential biodiversity variables(EBVs) of species distribution and abundanceat a global scale
Essential biodiversity variables for mapping and monitoring species populations
High degree of population subdivision in a widespread amphibian.
Molecular Ecology (2004)
Bridging the gap between biodiversity data and policy reporting needs: An Essential Biodiversity Variables perspective
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