His main research concerns Ecology, Population density, Reproduction, Soay sheep and Population size. Giacomo Tavecchia works in the field of Ecology, namely Vulture. His Reproduction research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Greater flamingo, Phoenicopterus ruber roseus and Phoenicopteridae.
Giacomo Tavecchia focuses mostly in the field of Density dependence, narrowing it down to topics relating to Population cycle and, in certain cases, Population growth and Ecosystem. His studies in Biological dispersal integrate themes in fields like Population model, Fecundity and Hibernation, Dormouse, Edible dormouse. The Selection study combines topics in areas such as Bovidae and Ovis.
Giacomo Tavecchia mainly investigates Ecology, Mark and recapture, Biological dispersal, Population growth and Population size. His work deals with themes such as Population density, Vital rates and Population model, which intersect with Ecology. The concepts of his Population density study are interwoven with issues in Ecosystem and Reproduction.
As part of the same scientific family, Giacomo Tavecchia usually focuses on Mark and recapture, concentrating on Threatened species and intersecting with Milvus milvus and Procellariiformes. His Biological dispersal research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Range, Calonectris diomedea, Foraging and Nest. His Population size research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Soay sheep, Selection, Sex ratio, Density dependence and Statistics.
Ecology, Mark and recapture, Population growth, Biological dispersal and Humanities are his primary areas of study. The study of Ecology is intertwined with the study of Vital rates in a number of ways. The various areas that he examines in his Vital rates study include Endangered species, Population size and Population ecology.
Giacomo Tavecchia interconnects Fertility, Wildlife, Life history theory, Body size and Small population size in the investigation of issues within Mark and recapture. His Population growth research incorporates themes from Agriculture, Threatened species, Archipelago and Predator. His research in Biological dispersal intersects with topics in Carrying capacity, Discards, Marine ecosystem and Woodcock.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Invasive species, Population growth, Phoenix and Rhynchophorus. His Ecology study frequently links to other fields, such as Modularity. His work carried out in the field of Invasive species brings together such families of science as Mediterranean climate and Key.
His studies deal with areas such as National park, Fishery, Predator and Threatened species as well as Population growth. His Phoenix investigation overlaps with other areas such as Phoenix canariensis, Infestation, Integrated pest management and Agroforestry.
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Ecological and evolutionary implications of food subsidies from humans
Ecology Letters (2013)
Individual improvements and selective mortality shape lifelong migratory performance
Predictors of reproductive cost in female Soay sheep
Journal of Animal Ecology (2005)
SEX‐ AND AGE‐RELATED VARIATION IN SURVIVAL AND COST OF FIRST REPRODUCTION IN GREATER FLAMINGOS
Survival in a long-lived territorial migrant: effects of life-history traits and ecological conditions in wintering and breeding areas
Estimating selection on neonatal traits in red deer using elasticity path analysis
LONG LIVING AND REPRODUCTION SKIPPING IN THE FAT DORMOUSE
The Young, the Weak and the Sick: Evidence of Natural Selection by Predation
PLOS ONE (2010)
Effects of wind farms and food scarcity on a large scavenging bird species following an epidemic of bovine spongiform encephalopathy
Journal of Applied Ecology (2012)
Woodpigeons nesting in association with hobby falcons: advantages and choice rules.
Animal Behaviour (1999)
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