His primary areas of study are Ecology, Ecosystem, Botany, Mediterranean climate and Evergreen. He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Ecology and Desert. His Ecosystem research includes themes of Abundance and Community structure.
His research in the fields of Water-use efficiency, Secondary chemistry and RuBisCO overlaps with other disciplines such as Terpene. Philip W. Rundel focuses mostly in the field of Mediterranean climate, narrowing it down to matters related to Vegetation and, in some cases, Cape, Species diversity and Species richness. His Evergreen study incorporates themes from Shrub, Simmondsia chinensis, Canopy and Agronomy.
Ecology, Botany, Ecosystem, Habitat and Shrub are his primary areas of study. He connects Ecology with Desert in his research. His Botany research includes elements of Agronomy and Horticulture.
His work carried out in the field of Agronomy brings together such families of science as Larrea and Transpiration. Philip W. Rundel usually deals with Shoot and limits it to topics linked to Phenology and Prosopis glandulosa. Philip W. Rundel interconnects Biomass and Shrubland in the investigation of issues within Chaparral.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Mediterranean climate, Mediterranean Basin, Chaparral and Ecosystem. Species richness, Introduced species, Native plant, Woodland and Biodiversity are the primary areas of interest in his Ecology study. The Mediterranean climate study which covers Species diversity that intersects with Shrubland, Woody plant, Herbaceous plant, Poaceae and Temperate climate.
His Chaparral study combines topics in areas such as Shrub, Disturbance, Southwest Australia, Plant community and Transpiration. His Ecosystem study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Herbivore, Foraging, Biogeochemical cycle and Nest. His Evergreen study is concerned with Botany in general.
Philip W. Rundel mainly focuses on Ecology, Mediterranean climate, Invasive species, Species richness and Mediterranean Basin. His work on Ecology deals in particular with Introduced species, Biodiversity, Shrubland, Woodland and Ecosystem. Within one scientific family, Philip W. Rundel focuses on topics pertaining to Taxon under Introduced species, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Habitat.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Forb and Native plant. His Species richness study also includes fields such as
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Stable Isotopes in Ecological Research
Philip W. Rundel.
Plant diversity in mediterranean-climate regions.
Richard M. Cowling;Philip W. Rundel;Byron B. Lamont;Mary Kalin Arroyo.
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (1996)
Plant Physiological Ecology-Field Methods and Instrumentation.
S. B. Chapman;R. W. Pearcy;J. R. Ehleringer;H. A. Mooney.
Journal of Applied Ecology (1990)
Fire as an evolutionary pressure shaping plant traits
Jon E. Keeley;Jon E. Keeley;Juli G. Pausas;Philip W. Rundel;William J. Bond.
Trends in Plant Science (2011)
Fire in Mediterranean Ecosystems: Ecology, Evolution and Management
Jon E. Keeley;William J. Bond;Ross A. Bradstock;Juli G. Pausas.
The phytogeography and ecology of the coastal Atacama and Peruvian deserts
P.W. Rundel;M.O. Dillon;B. Palma;H.A. Mooney.
Plant Physiological Ecology
Robert W. Pearcy;James R. Ehleringer;Harold A. Mooney;Philip W. Rundel.
Fire and the Miocene expansion of C4 grasslands
Jon E. Keeley;Jon E. Keeley;Philip W. Rundel.
Ecology Letters (2005)
Stable Isotopes:History, Units, and Instrumentation
J. R. Ehleringer;P. W. Rundel.
Partitioning of soil water among tree species in a Brazilian Cerrado ecosystem.
Paula C. Jackson;Frederick C. Meinzer;Mercedes Bustamante;Guillermo Goldstein.
Tree Physiology (1999)
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