2017 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Habitat, Corn bunting, Agriculture and Yellowhammer. His research on Ecology frequently links to adjacent areas such as Agroforestry. His Habitat study combines topics in areas such as Arable land, Grassland, Vegetation, Woodland and Field.
His Grassland research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Stellaria media and Predation. His research integrates issues of Biodiversity and Agronomy in his study of Corn bunting. His studies in Agriculture integrate themes in fields like Range, Natural resource economics and Sustainability.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Habitat, Agroforestry, Abundance and Agriculture. Emberiza citrinella, Foraging, Corn bunting, Population decline and Alauda are among the areas of Ecology where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. His research investigates the connection between Emberiza citrinella and topics such as Yellowhammer that intersect with problems in Fringilla.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Biodiversity, Agronomy and Emberiza. His study focuses on the intersection of Habitat and fields such as Agricultural land with connections in the field of Avian clutch size. His Agroforestry research includes themes of Bird conservation and Crop.
Ecology, Agroforestry, Northern lapwing, Zoology and Red grouse are his primary areas of study. His study in the fields of Predation and Habitat under the domain of Ecology overlaps with other disciplines such as History and Management tool. His Habitat study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Environmental change and Climate change.
His research integrates issues of Agriculture, Soil carbon and Bird conservation in his study of Agroforestry. Jeremy D. Wilson studied Agriculture and Crop that intersect with Weed. His research in Agronomy intersects with topics in Biodiversity and Arable land.
Jeremy D. Wilson focuses on Ecology, Red grouse, Fishery, Soil biology and Northern lapwing. Trophic cascade, Apex predator, Predator, Predation and Vulpes are among the areas of Ecology where he concentrates his study. His Red grouse research integrates issues from Zoology, Recreation and Yield.
His Fishery research incorporates elements of Eurasian curlew and Bird conservation. His Soil biology study incorporates themes from Agronomy, Soil fertility, Soil organic matter, Soil classification and Soil pH. His Northern lapwing research includes themes of Soil biodiversity and Soil management.
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Farmland biodiversity: is habitat heterogeneity the key?
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (2003)
Does organic farming benefit biodiversity
Biological Conservation (2005)
The second Silent Spring
Population declines and range contractions among lowland farmland birds in Britain
Conservation Biology (1995)
A review of the abundance and diversity of invertebrate and plant foods of granivorous birds in northern europe in relation to agricultural change
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (1999)
The top 100 questions of importance to the future of global agriculture
Jules N Pretty;William J Sutherland;Jacqueline Ashby;Jill Auburn.
International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability (2010)
Trends in the abundance of farmland birds: a quantitative comparison of smoothed Common Birds Census indices
Journal of Applied Ecology (1998)
ANALYSIS OF POPULATION TRENDS FOR FARMLAND BIRDS USING GENERALIZED ADDITIVE MODELS
Territory distribution and breeding success of skylarks Alauda arvensis on organic and intensive farmland in southern England
Journal of Applied Ecology (1997)
The selection of stubble fields by wintering granivorous birds reflects vegetation cover and food abundance
Journal of Applied Ecology (2002)
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