Nadav Nur integrates Ecology with Forestry in his research. Nadav Nur combines Forestry and Ecology in his studies. Zoology and Parus are commonly linked in his work. Parus is closely attributed to Zoology in his research. Nadav Nur integrates Reproduction and Reproductive success in his research. His work blends Reproductive success and Reproduction studies together. Nadav Nur regularly links together related areas like Demographics in his Demography studies. Many of his studies on Demographics involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Demography. In most of his Population studies, his work intersects topics such as Survivorship curve.
Borrowing concepts from Zoology, Nadav Nur weaves in ideas under Ecology. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Zoology and Ecology through his works. His Population study frequently links to related topics such as Demography. Demography connects with themes related to Reproductive success in his study. His Reproductive success study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Population. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Habitat and Predation. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Predation and Foraging research. In his research, Nadav Nur undertakes multidisciplinary study on Fishery and Oceanography. Nadav Nur combines Oceanography and Fishery in his research.
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The Consequences of Brood Size for Breeding Blue Tits I. Adult Survival, Weight Change and the Cost of Reproduction
Journal of Animal Ecology (1984)
The Consequences of Brood Size for Breeding Blue Tits II. Nestling Weight, Offspring Survival and Optimal Brood Size
Journal of Animal Ecology (1984)
Adélie penguin population change in the pacific sector of Antarctica: relation to sea-ice extent and the Antarctic Circumpolar Current
P. R. Wilson;D. G. Ainley;N. Nur;S. S. Jacobs.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2001)
Brood size, hatching order and hatching date: effects on four life-history stages from hatching to recruitment in western gulls
Journal of Animal Ecology (1994)
Diet and foraging effort of Adelie penguins in relation to pack-ice conditions in the southern Ross Sea
Polar Biology (1998)
Correcting Biased Estimates of Dispersal and Survival Due to Limited Study Area: Theory and an Application Using Wrentits
The Condor (1995)
Management and conservation of San Francisco Bay salt ponds: effects of pond salinity, area, tide, and season on Pacific Flyway waterbirds
Where the wild things are: predicting hotspots of seabird aggregations in the California Current System
Nadav Nur;Jaime Jahncke;Mark P. Herzog;Julie Howar.
Ecological Applications (2011)
Estimating Absolute Densities of Flying Seabirds Using Analyses of Relative Movement
The Auk (1992)
Abundance Patterns of Landbirds in Restored and Remnant Riparian Forests on the Sacramento River, California, U.S.A.
Restoration Ecology (2006)
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