Ecology, House mice, Rodent, Agriculture and Seasonal breeder are his primary areas of study. His Ecology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Outbreak. His House mice study is associated with Zoology.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Agroforestry, Disease, Review article and Public health in addition to Rodent. Grant R. Singleton has included themes like Ecology, Agricultural economics and Reproduction in his Agriculture study. His research investigates the link between Seasonal breeder and topics such as Population density that cross with problems in Agronomy.
His primary areas of study are Ecology, House mice, Agriculture, Rodent and Agronomy. His research integrates issues of PEST analysis and Outbreak in his study of Ecology. His PEST analysis research includes elements of Integrated pest management and Habitat.
The concepts of his Outbreak study are interwoven with issues in Ecology and Population cycle. In his study, Population density and Fertility is strongly linked to Seasonal breeder, which falls under the umbrella field of House mice. The various areas that Grant R. Singleton examines in his Agriculture study include Agroforestry, Sustainability and Agricultural science.
His primary scientific interests are in Agronomy, Paddy field, Agriculture, PEST analysis and Ecology. His studies deal with areas such as Dry season and Wet season as well as Agronomy. Grant R. Singleton combines subjects such as Oryza, Sustainability and Agricultural science with his study of Agriculture.
His PEST analysis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Rodent, Integrated pest management and Habitat. His study in Outbreak extends to Ecology with its themes. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Cropping, concentrating on Agroforestry and intersecting with House mice, Cropping system and Crop rotation.
Grant R. Singleton mostly deals with Sustainability, Agriculture, Agricultural science, Ecology and Integrated pest management. His research in Sustainability focuses on subjects like Productivity, which are connected to Farm Gate, Agricultural economics and Water scarcity. His specific area of interest is Agriculture, where Grant R. Singleton studies Cropping.
The Agricultural science study combines topics in areas such as Pesticide application, Yield gap and Food security. In the subject of general Ecology, his work in Predation is often linked to Tanzania, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His study in Paddy field is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Rodent and Wet season.
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Rodent-borne diseases and their risks for public health
Bastiaan G Meerburg;Grant R Singleton;Aize Kijlstra.
Critical Reviews in Microbiology (2009)
THE IMPACT OF PREDATOR-INDUCED STRESS ON THE SNOWSHOE HARE CYCLE
Rudy Boonstra;David Hik;Grant R. Singleton;Alexander Tinnikov.
Ecological Monographs (1998)
Field methods for rodent studies in Asia and the Indo-Pacific
Ken P. Aplin;Peter R. Brown;Jens Jacob;Charles J. Krebs.
Ecologically-based management of rodent pests: re-evaluating our approach to an old problem
G. Singleton;H. Leirs;L. Hinds;Zhang Zhibin.
Ecologically-based management of rodent pests / Singleton, G. [edit.] (1999)
Mice, rats, and people: the bio‐economics of agricultural rodent pests
Nils Chr Stenseth;Herwig Leirs;Anders Skonhoft;Stephen A. Davis.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2003)
Adoption and economics of alternate wetting and drying water management for irrigated lowland rice.
Rubenito M. Lampayan;Roderick M. Rejesus;Grant R. Singleton;Bas A.M. Bouman.
Field Crops Research (2015)
Ecologically-Based Management of Rodent Pests
Grant R. Singleton;Lyn A. Hinds;Herwig Leirs;Zhi-Bin Zhang.
Research Papers in Economics (1999)
Impacts of rodents on rice production in Asia
Research Papers in Economics (2003)
Rats, Mice and People: Rodent Biology and Management
Grant R. Singleton;Lyn A. Hinds;Charles J. Krebs;Dave M. Spratt.
Indices of Condition for Small Mammals
Charles J. Krebs;Grant R. Singleton.
Australian Journal of Zoology (1993)
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