His scientific interests lie mostly in Livestock, Rangeland, Ecology, Environmental resource management and Agroforestry. His work carried out in the field of Livestock brings together such families of science as Population density, Climate change, Greenhouse gas and Agricultural economics. His work focuses on many connections between Rangeland and other disciplines, such as Agriculture, that overlap with his field of interest in Ecosystem.
Robin S. Reid undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Ecology and Alcelaphus in his work. His studies in Environmental resource management integrate themes in fields like Land use, land-use change and forestry, Land management, Land use and Ecosystem services. Robin S. Reid interconnects Biodiversity, Wildlife conservation, Wildlife, Pastoralism and Arid in the investigation of issues within Agroforestry.
His primary areas of study are Agroforestry, Ecology, Livestock, Pastoralism and Land use. His study in Agroforestry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fragmentation, Ecosystem, Environmental protection and Wildlife. His Wildlife research focuses on subjects like Wildebeest, which are linked to Habitat destruction.
As a part of the same scientific study, Robin S. Reid usually deals with the Livestock, concentrating on Agriculture and frequently concerns with Poverty. His research in Pastoralism intersects with topics in Applied ecology, Land tenure and Livelihood. As a part of the same scientific family, Robin S. Reid mostly works in the field of Rangeland, focusing on Environmental resource management and, on occasion, Ecosystem services and Climate change.
Land tenure, Environmental resource management, Environmental planning, Ecosystem services and Livelihood are his primary areas of study. The Land tenure study combines topics in areas such as Habitat destruction, Land use, land-use change and forestry and Wildebeest. His Environmental resource management research integrates issues from Ecological analysis, Plant species, Biodiversity and Herding.
The Disaster risk reduction research Robin S. Reid does as part of his general Environmental planning study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Corporate governance, Sustainability science and Scenario planning, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Ecosystem services research entails a greater understanding of Ecosystem. His Livelihood research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Applied ecology and Socioeconomics.
His primary scientific interests are in Environmental planning, Rangeland, Livelihood, Corporate governance and Ecosystem services. His work on Disaster risk reduction as part of general Environmental planning study is frequently linked to Equity, End user and Sustainability science, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Rangeland research includes elements of Ecological analysis, Environmental resource management, Standing crop, Grazing and Herding.
His Livelihood research incorporates themes from Livestock, Pastoralism, Land tenure and Socioeconomics. His Corporate governance study spans across into fields like Conceptual model, Community resilience, Empowerment, Sustainable development and Food security. His Ecosystem services study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Social learning, Ecological systems theory, Sustainability and Subsistence agriculture.
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LAND USE CHANGE AROUND PROTECTED AREAS: MANAGEMENT TO BALANCE HUMAN NEEDS AND ECOLOGICAL FUNCTION
Mapping Poverty and Livestock in the Developing World
Philip K. Thornton;R.L. Kruska;N. Henninger;Patricia M. Kristjanson.
Livestock, livelihoods and the environment: understanding the trade-offs
Mario T. Herrero;Philip K. Thornton;Pierre J. Gerber;Robin S. Reid.
Land-use and land-cover dynamics in response to changes in climatic, biological and socio-political forces : the case of southwestern Ethiopia
Landscape Ecology (2000)
Expansion of human settlement in Kenya's Maasai Mara: what future for pastoralism and wildlife?
Journal of Biogeography (2004)
Fragmentation of rangelands: Implications for humans, animals, and landscapes
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2008)
Linking international agricultural research knowledge with action for sustainable development
Patti Kristjanson;Robin S. Reid;Nancy M. Dickson;William C. Clark.
Assessing the impacts of livestock production on biodiversity in rangeland ecosystems
R. Alkemade;R.S. Reid;M. van den Berg;J. de Leeuw.
Global Land-Cover Change: Recent Progress, Remaining Challenges
Navin Ramankutty;Lisa Graumlich;Frédéric Achard;Diogenes Alves.
Dynamics and Resilience of Rangelands and Pastoral Peoples Around the Globe
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