Her scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Biodiversity, Species richness, Dung beetle and Ecosystem. Habitat, Woodland, Predation, Ecosystem ecology and Arthropod are the primary areas of interest in her Ecology study. Her study in the field of Ecosystem diversity and Habitat destruction is also linked to topics like Trait and Database.
Her Species richness research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Plant litter, Litter and Quercus robur. Her work in Dung beetle tackles topics such as Scarabaeinae which are related to areas like Riparian forest, Riparian zone, Introduced species, Riparian buffer and Agroforestry. Her Ecosystem services and Functional group study in the realm of Ecosystem interacts with subjects such as Pollination.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Biodiversity, Dung beetle, Ecosystem and Habitat. Ecology is a component of her Species richness, Abundance, Old-growth forest, Species diversity and Habitat fragmentation studies. Her Biodiversity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Taxon, Agroforestry, Invertebrate and Biomass.
Eleanor M. Slade has included themes like Mammal, Community structure and Scarabaeinae in her Dung beetle study. Her study in Ecosystem is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Seed dispersal and Environmental resource management. Her study explores the link between Habitat and topics such as Forest ecology that cross with problems in Secondary forest and Forest floor.
Her primary scientific interests are in Biodiversity, Habitat, Ecology, Dung beetle and Mammal. Her Biodiversity study incorporates themes from Agriculture, Ecosystem and Agroforestry. Her study on Habitat is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Agronomy.
Her study in Tropical forest, Habitat destruction and Species richness falls within the category of Ecology. To a larger extent, Eleanor M. Slade studies Zoology with the aim of understanding Dung beetle. Her work in Mammal addresses issues such as Invertebrate, which are connected to fields such as Taxon.
Eleanor M. Slade spends much of her time researching Biodiversity, Elaeis guineensis, Habitat, Ecosystem and Soil carbon. The study incorporates disciplines such as Microclimate and Riparian buffer in addition to Biodiversity. Her Riparian buffer study combines topics in areas such as Agriculture, Agroecosystem, Sustainability and Agroforestry.
The Soil carbon study combines topics in areas such as Biomass, Agronomy, Secondary forest and Soil respiration. She has researched Habitat destruction in several fields, including Taxonomic rank, Fragmentation and Species richness, Insular biogeography. Her Habitat fragmentation study is associated with Ecology.
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Functional identity and diversity of animals predict ecosystem functioning better than species-based indices
Vesna Gagic;Ignasio Bartomeus;Tomas Jonsson;Astrid Taylor.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2015)
Experimental evidence for the effects of dung beetle functional group richness and composition on ecosystem function in a tropical forest.
Eleanor M. Slade;Darren J. Mann;Jerome F. Villanueva;Owen T. Lewis.
Journal of Animal Ecology (2007)
Higher predation risk for insect prey at low latitudes and elevations
Tomas Roslin;Tomas Roslin;Bess Hardwick;Vojtech Novotny;Vojtech Novotny;William K. Petry;William K. Petry.
Biodiversity and ecosystem function of tropical forest dung beetles under contrasting logging regimes
Eleanor M. Slade;Darren J. Mann;Owen T. Lewis.
Biological Conservation (2011)
The PREDICTS database: a global database of how local terrestrial biodiversity responds to human impacts
Lawrence N Hudson;Tim Newbold;Tim Newbold;Sara Contu;Samantha L L Hill;Samantha L L Hill.
Ecology and Evolution (2014)
Experimental evidence for the interacting effects of forest edge, moisture and soil macrofauna on leaf litter decomposition
Terhil Riutta;Eleanor M. Slade;Daniel P. Bebber;Michele E. Taylor.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2012)
The database of the PREDICTS (Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity In Changing Terrestrial Systems) project
Lawrence N. Hudson;Tim Newbold;Tim Newbold;Sara Contu;Samantha L.L. Hill;Samantha L.L. Hill.
Ecology and Evolution (2017)
Life-history traits and landscape characteristics predict macro-moth responses to forest fragmentation
Eleanor M. Slade;Eleanor M. Slade;Thomas Merckx;Thomas Merckx;Terhil Riutta;Daniel P. Bebber.
Macro-moth families differ in their attraction to light: implications for light-trap monitoring programmes
Thomas Merckx;Thomas Merckx;Eleanor M. Slade;Eleanor M. Slade.
Insect Conservation and Diversity (2014)
Do riparian reserves support dung beetle biodiversity and ecosystem services in oil palm-dominated tropical landscapes?
Claudia L. Gray;Eleanor M. Slade;Eleanor M. Slade;Darren J. Mann;Owen T. Lewis.
Ecology and Evolution (2014)
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