1994 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
1993 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
Ian Newton applies his multidisciplinary studies on Ecology and Competition (biology) in his research. By researching both Zoology and Animal science, he produces research that crosses academic boundaries. He performs multidisciplinary study in Animal science and Zoology in his work. His Predation study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Accipiter. Accipiter is closely attributed to Predation in his research. In his research, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Habitat and Ecology. His study ties his expertise on Nesting (process) together with the subject of Mechanical engineering. His research combines Mechanical engineering and Nesting (process). His research ties Nest (protein structural motif) and Biochemistry together.
Ian Newton connects Ecology with Zoology in his research. Ian Newton integrates several fields in his works, including Zoology and Ecology. His Population study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Demography. His Demography study often links to related topics such as Population. His Predation study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Accipiter. His research on Accipiter often connects related areas such as Predation.
His work on Mechanical engineering as part of general Limiting research is often related to Fishery and Zoology, thus linking different fields of science. He regularly links together related areas like Limiting in his Mechanical engineering studies. Ian Newton connects Bacteria with Obligate anaerobe in his study. He applies his multidisciplinary studies on Obligate anaerobe and Bacteria in his research. Ian Newton integrates Breed and Genetics in his research. Ian Newton performs multidisciplinary study on Genetics and Breed in his works. Borrowing concepts from Facultative, Ian Newton weaves in ideas under Obligate. Facultative and Obligate are two areas of study in which Ian Newton engages in interdisciplinary work. His Population study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Demography.
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Population Ecology of Raptors
Population Limitation in Birds
The Migration Ecology of Birds
Lifetime Reproduction in Birds
The role of nest sites in limiting the numbers of hole-nesting birds: A review
Biological Conservation (1994)
The recent declines of farmland bird populations in britain : An appraisal of causal factors and conservation actions
Diclofenac poisoning as a cause of vulture population declines across the Indian subcontinent
Rhys E. Green;Rhys E. Green;Ian Newton;Susanne Shultz;Susanne Shultz;Andrew A. Cunningham.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2004)
Can conditions experienced during migration limit the population levels of birds
Journal of Ornithology (2006)
Ecologically justified charisma: preservation of top predators delivers biodiversity conservation
Journal of Applied Ecology (2006)
Population limitation in migrants
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