Jon P. Sadler spends much of his time researching Ecology, Biodiversity, Urbanization, Urban ecology and Habitat. Jon P. Sadler regularly ties together related areas like Biological dispersal in his Ecology studies. His studies in Biodiversity integrate themes in fields like North American Model of Wildlife Conservation, Wildlife management, Wildlife, Stakeholder and Environmental resource management.
His work deals with themes such as Pollinator decline, Pollination, Pollinator, Urban density and Species diversity, which intersect with Urban ecology. He works mostly in the field of Urban density, limiting it down to topics relating to Multidisciplinary approach and, in certain cases, Environmental planning, as a part of the same area of interest. The Habitat study combines topics in areas such as Trampling, Biodiversity action plan and Ecosystem diversity.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Habitat, Biodiversity, Environmental resource management and Riparian zone. Jon P. Sadler frequently studies issues relating to Biological dispersal and Ecology. He has researched Habitat in several fields, including Citizen science and Woodland.
His study looks at the intersection of Biodiversity and topics like Invertebrate with Fauna. Jon P. Sadler combines subjects such as Ecosystem services and Environmental planning with his study of Environmental resource management. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Riparian zone, concentrating on Hydrology and frequently concerns with Ecohydrology.
Jon P. Sadler mostly deals with Atmospheric sciences, Water quality, Ecology, Urban water and In situ. His Atmospheric sciences research includes elements of Organic matter, Drainage basin, Urban stream, Dissolved organic carbon and Spatial heterogeneity. His Water quality research is classified as research in Hydrology.
Ecology is a component of his Food web, Aquatic ecosystem, Biomagnification, Microplastics and Freshwater ecosystem studies. In his works, Jon P. Sadler performs multidisciplinary study on In situ and Fluorescence spectroscopy.
Jon P. Sadler mainly investigates Built environment, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention, Human factors and ergonomics and Value. Public space and Occupational safety and health are fields of study that overlap with his Built environment research.
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Biodiversity in urban habitat patches
P.G. Angold;J.P. Sadler;M.O. Hill;A. Pullin.
Science of The Total Environment (2006)
Towards an integrated understanding of green space in the European built environment
P. James;K. Tzoulas;M. D. Adams;A. Barber.
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening (2009)
Changing Bee and Hoverfly Pollinator Assemblages along an Urban-Rural Gradient
Adam J. Bates;Jon P. Sadler;Alison J. Fairbrass;Steven J. Falk.
PLOS ONE (2011)
Interdisciplinary investigations of the end of the Norse western settlement in Greenland
L. K. Barlow;J. P. Sadler;A. E. J. Ogilvie;P. C. Buckland.
The Holocene (1997)
Exploring the Role of Private Wildlife Ranching as a Conservation Tool in South Africa: Stakeholder Perspectives
Jenny A. Cousins;Jon P. Sadler;James Evans.
Ecology and Society (2008)
The influence of artificial light on stream and riparian ecosystems: questions, challenges, and perspectives
Elizabeth K. Perkin;Elizabeth K. Perkin;Franz Hölker;John S. Richardson;Jon P. Sadler.
Bioarchaeological and Climatological Evidence for the Fate of Norse Farmers in Medieval Greenland
Paul C. Buckland;T. Amorosi;L. K. Barlow;Andrew J. Dugmore.
The hydroecological controls and conservation value of beetles on exposed riverine sediments in England and Wales
Jon P Sadler;David Bell;Adrian Fowles.
Biological Conservation (2004)
Scenario Archetypes: Converging Rather than Diverging Themes
Dexter V. L. Hunt;D. Rachel Lombardi;Stuart Atkinson;Austin R. G. Barber.
Biodiversity changes in a shallow lake ecosystem: A multi-proxy palaeolimnological analysis
C. Sayer;N. Roberts;J. Sadler;C. David.
Journal of Biogeography (1999)
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