Ecology, Riparian zone, Food web, Ecosystem and Terrestrial ecosystem are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Watershed and STREAMS, which intersect with Ecology. As a part of the same scientific family, John L. Sabo mostly works in the field of Riparian zone, focusing on Invertebrate and, on occasion, Taxonomic rank.
John L. Sabo works mostly in the field of Food web, limiting it down to topics relating to Food chain and, in certain cases, Water cycle, Hydrology and Drainage. His Ecosystem research includes themes of Drainage basin, Climate change and Land use. The study incorporates disciplines such as Aquatic insect and Predation in addition to Terrestrial ecosystem.
John L. Sabo mainly investigates Ecology, Riparian zone, Predation, Ecosystem and Hydrology. Abundance, Habitat, Trophic level, Biodiversity and Species richness are subfields of Ecology in which his conducts study. His work deals with themes such as Floodplain, Taxonomic rank, Invertebrate, Plant litter and Arid, which intersect with Riparian zone.
His Predation research integrates issues from Biomass, Community, Aquatic insect and Extinction. His Ecosystem study which covers Climate change that intersects with Fauna and Land use. His study looks at the relationship between Hydrology and topics such as Sustainability, which overlap with Water use, Water scarcity and Environmental resource management.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Drainage basin, Hydrology, Environmental resource management, Hydrology and Water resource management. His Drainage basin study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Water table, Resource, Aquifer and Hydrological modelling. His Hydrology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Uncertainty analysis and Global change.
John L. Sabo has researched Environmental resource management in several fields, including Biodiversity and Ecosystem. His Water resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Species richness, Aquatic ecosystem and Ecohydrology. His Sustainability study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Futures contract, Regret, Mekong river and Human systems engineering.
His primary scientific interests are in Drainage basin, Streamflow, Long short term memory, Hydrology and Food web. John L. Sabo combines subjects such as Water balance, Predator and Water content with his study of Food web. Trophic level is a primary field of his research addressed under Ecology.
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Detritus, trophic dynamics and biodiversity
John C. Moore;Eric L. Berlow;David C. Coleman;Quan Dong.
Ecology Letters (2004)
RIPARIAN ZONES INCREASE REGIONAL SPECIES RICHNESS BY HARBORING DIFFERENT, NOT MORE, SPECIES
RIVER–WATERSHED EXCHANGE: EFFECTS OF RIVERINE SUBSIDIES ON RIPARIAN LIZARDS AND THEIR TERRESTRIAL PREY
Length–mass relationships for adult aquatic and terrestrial invertebrates in a California watershed
Journal of The North American Benthological Society (2002)
The role of discharge variation in scaling of drainage area and food chain length in rivers.
Physiology on a landscape scale: plant-animal interactions.
Integrative and Comparative Biology (2002)
NUMERICAL RESPONSE OF LIZARDS TO AQUATIC INSECTS AND SHORT-TERM CONSEQUENCES FOR TERRESTRIAL PREY
Designing river flows to improve food security futures in the Lower Mekong Basin
Reclaiming freshwater sustainability in the Cadillac Desert.
John L. Sabo;Tushar Sinha;Tushar Sinha;Laura C. Bowling;Gerrit H. W. Schoups.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2010)
The effects of land use changes on streams and rivers in mediterranean climates
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