His work on Fragmentation (computing) expands to the thematically related Ecology. He incorporates Habitat and Woodland in his research. His work often combines Woodland and Habitat studies. Demography is frequently linked to Metapopulation in his study. Metapopulation is closely attributed to Demography in his work. Population is closely attributed to Population decline in his study. His Population decline study frequently links to other fields, such as Population. In his research, Hans Van Dyck undertakes multidisciplinary study on Biological dispersal and Ecosystem. His work blends Ecosystem and Biological dispersal studies together.
His Ecology study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Butterfly. In his research, Hans Van Dyck undertakes multidisciplinary study on Habitat and Woodland. In his works, Hans Van Dyck performs multidisciplinary study on Woodland and Habitat. Population is frequently linked to Biological dispersal in his study. Many of his studies on Biological dispersal involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Demography. His research links Population with Demography. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Zoology and Ecology.
Boldness, Big Five personality traits and Behavioral syndrome are the areas that his Personality study falls under. His Boldness study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Personality. He combines topics linked to Social psychology with his work on Big Five personality traits. His research combines Behavioral syndrome and Social psychology. Ecological niche is the topic of his studies on Niche segregation and Environmental niche modelling. His Spatial heterogeneity research extends to the thematically linked field of Ecology. Habitat and Ecological trap are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. His research on Demography often connects related topics like Ecological trap. Hans Van Dyck regularly ties together related areas like Local adaptation in his Population studies.
His research ties Spatial heterogeneity and Ecology together. His Biodiversity study frequently links to related topics such as Homogenization (climate). His Internal medicine research extends to Meta-analysis, which is thematically connected. His Internal medicine study typically links adjacent topics like Meta-analysis. In most of his Selection (genetic algorithm) studies, his work intersects topics such as Artificial intelligence. His study on Artificial intelligence is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Selection (genetic algorithm). His Nocturnal study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Ecology. Hans Van Dyck performs integrative Species diversity and Biodiversity research in his work. His work blends Species richness and Species diversity studies together.
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Costs of dispersal
Biological Reviews (2012)
Landscape connectivity and animal behavior: functional grain as a key determinant for dispersal
Landscape Ecology (2007)
Towards a functional resource-based concept for habitat: a butterfly biology viewpoint
Dispersal behaviour in fragmented landscapes: Routine or special movements?
Basic and Applied Ecology (2005)
Butterfly diversity loss in Flanders (north Belgium): Europe's worst case scenario?
Biological Conservation (2001)
Declines in common, widespread butterflies in a landscape under intense human use.
Hans Van Dyck;Arco J. Van Strien;Dirk Maes;Dirk Maes;Chris A. M. Van Swaay.
Conservation Biology (2009)
Habitats and Resources: The Need for a Resource-based Definition to Conserve Butterflies
Biodiversity and Conservation (2006)
Modelling dispersal: an eco-evolutionary framework incorporating emigration, movement, settlement behaviour and the multiple costs involved
Methods in Ecology and Evolution (2012)
The lost generation hypothesis: could climate change drive ectotherms into a developmental trap ?
How is dispersal integrated in life histories: a quantitative analysis using butterflies
Ecology Letters (2012)
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