His main research concerns Biodiversity, Ecology, Land use, Abundance and Biodiversity hotspot. His work on Biodiversity is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Environmental planning. Ecology and Spatial analysis are frequently intertwined in his study.
His research integrates issues of Global biodiversity and Species richness in his study of Abundance. His work carried out in the field of Global biodiversity brings together such families of science as Range, Community, Conservation biology and IUCN protected area categories. The concepts of his Biodiversity hotspot study are interwoven with issues in Sustainable development, Biome and Environmental protection.
Tim Newbold mostly deals with Biodiversity, Ecology, Land use, Species richness and Ecosystem. The various areas that he examines in his Biodiversity study include Biome, Habitat, Climate change and Land use, land-use change and forestry. Tim Newbold focuses mostly in the field of Biome, narrowing it down to topics relating to Biodiversity hotspot and, in certain cases, Environmental protection and Sustainable development.
His Land use study incorporates themes from Ecology, Tropics, Environmental resource management, Beta diversity and Ecosystem diversity. His Species richness course of study focuses on Land management and Agricultural productivity. His Ecosystem research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Trophic level and Biomass.
Tim Newbold mainly investigates Biodiversity, Ecology, Land use, Species richness and Ecosystem. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Agriculture, Climate change, Habitat and Food systems. Tim Newbold has researched Land use in several fields, including Abundance, Tropics and Global biodiversity.
Tim Newbold combines subjects such as African elephant, Herbivore and Ectotherm with his study of Abundance. His Species richness study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Range, Agroforestry and Disturbance. His work deals with themes such as Ecology, Vegetation and Environmental planning, which intersect with Ecosystem.
Tim Newbold focuses on Biodiversity, Species richness, Ecology, Sustainability and Climate change. In Biodiversity, Tim Newbold works on issues like Habitat, which are connected to Wildlife. His Species richness research includes themes of Abundance, Colonization, Land use, Local extinction and Ecosystem.
His study in Ecology focuses on Range in particular. The study incorporates disciplines such as Food systems, Ecosystem services, Agriculture, Food prices and Natural resource economics in addition to Sustainability. His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Environmental resource management, Planetary boundaries and Earth system science.
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Global effects of land use on local terrestrial biodiversity
A mid-term analysis of progress toward international biodiversity targets
Derek P. Tittensor;Derek P. Tittensor;Matt Walpole;Samantha L. L. Hill;Daniel G. Boyce;Daniel G. Boyce.
Has land use pushed terrestrial biodiversity beyond the planetary boundary? A global assessment
Local biodiversity is higher inside than outside terrestrial protected areas worldwide
Zoonotic host diversity increases in human-dominated ecosystems
Applications and limitations of museum data for conservation and ecology, with particular attention to species distribution models
Progress in Physical Geography (2010)
Ecological traits affect the response of tropical forest bird species to land-use intensity
Climate change contributes to widespread declines among bumble bees across continents.
Bending the curve of terrestrial biodiversity needs an integrated strategy
David Leclère;Michael Obersteiner;Michael Obersteiner;Mike Barrett;Stuart H.M. Butchart;Stuart H.M. Butchart.
A global model of the response of tropical and sub-tropical forest biodiversity to anthropogenic pressures
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2014)
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