His work in Zoology is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Animal ecology, Sciurus carolinensis and Entomology. His Sciurus carolinensis research extends to the thematically linked field of Ecology. Luc A. Wauters undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Competition (biology) and Interspecific competition in his work. Luc A. Wauters performs integrative study on Interspecific competition and Competition (biology) in his works. His studies link Density dependence with Demography. Density dependence is closely attributed to Demography in his study. His research links Biological dispersal with Population. Biological dispersal and Population are commonly linked in his work. As part of his studies on Habitat, he often connects relevant areas like Sciurus.
Luc A. Wauters is investigating Sciurus and Home range as part of his examination of Habitat. Luc A. Wauters's looking at Population as part of his Population density, Biological dispersal, Reproductive success, Sex ratio and Home range and Population study. Many of his studies on Population density apply to Population as well. Biological dispersal connects with themes related to Demography in his study. His study connects Reproductive success and Demography. He performs multidisciplinary study on Ecology and Predation in his works. His Zoology study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Animal ecology. His research brings together the fields of Zoology and Animal ecology. Luc A. Wauters applies his multidisciplinary studies on Competition (biology) and Interspecific competition in his research.
Luc A. Wauters frequently studies issues relating to Flock and Ecology. Luc A. Wauters combines topics linked to Ecology with his work on Flock. His research on Biological dispersal often connects related topics like Population. Population and Population density are frequently intertwined in his study. His Reproductive success study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Demography. His Reproductive success research extends to the thematically linked field of Demography. His research on Zoology often connects related areas such as Parus. His Parus study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Zoology. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Fledge and Predation through his works.
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Alien species and interspecific competition: effects of introduced eastern grey squirrels on red squirrel population dynamics
Journal of Animal Ecology (2004)
Spacing behaviour of red squirrels, Sciurus vulgaris: variation between habitats and the sexes
Animal Behaviour (1992)
BODY WEIGHT, LONGEVITY AND REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS IN RED SQUIRRELS (SCIURUS VULGARIS)
Journal of Animal Ecology (1989)
Lifetime reproductive success and its correlates in female Eurasian red squirrels
Effects of temporal and spatial variations in food supply on the space and habitat use of red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris L.)
Journal of Zoology (2000)
EFFECTS OF FOOD AVAILABILITY AND DENSITY ON RED SQUIRREL (SCIURUS VULGARIS) REPRODUCTION
Space use and dispersal of red squirrels in fragmented habitats
Activity budget and foraging behaviour of red squirrels ( Sciurus vulgaris ) in coniferous and deciduous habitats
Journal of Zoology (1992)
Effects of temporal and spatial variation in habitat quality on red squirrel dispersal behaviour
Animal Behaviour (1997)
Geographical distance and physical barriers shape the genetic structure of Eurasian red squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris) in the Italian Alps.
Molecular Ecology (2005)
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