Tomas Roslin mostly deals with Ecology, Herbivore, Species richness, Predation and Biodiversity. Ecology is represented through his Spatial ecology, Host, Dung beetle, Food web and Ecosystem research. His Herbivore study typically links adjacent topics like Quercus robur.
His Species richness study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Generalized additive model, Calibration, Taxonomic rank, Species distribution and Statistical model. His Predation research focuses on Population ecology and how it connects with Arthropod, Ecosystem ecology, Theoretical ecology and Optimal foraging theory. His Biodiversity research includes themes of Guild, Tropical rainforest and Species diversity.
Tomas Roslin focuses on Ecology, Species richness, Herbivore, Predation and Ecosystem. Trophic level, Abundance, Habitat, Biodiversity and Arctic are the core of his Ecology study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Biological dispersal and Community structure in addition to Habitat.
His research in Species richness intersects with topics in Pollination, Pollinator, Species distribution, Community and Guild. Within one scientific family, Tomas Roslin focuses on topics pertaining to Quercus robur under Herbivore, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Range. His Ecosystem research focuses on Dung beetle and how it relates to Aphodius.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Herbivore, Phenology, Predation and Trophic level. His study in Climate change, Community structure, Abundance, Ecosystem and Species richness is done as part of Ecology. Tomas Roslin works mostly in the field of Species richness, limiting it down to topics relating to Biodiversity and, in certain cases, Dominance and Biomass.
His Herbivore research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Agroecosystem and Quercus robur. His Predation research incorporates themes from Generalist and specialist species and Ecosystem services. His work in Trophic level addresses subjects such as Abiotic component, which are connected to disciplines such as Microclimate.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Trophic level, Species richness, Global change and Abundance. His work in Ecology is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Survey methodology. His work carried out in the field of Trophic level brings together such families of science as Biodiversity, Herbivore, Dominance, Community structure and Quercus robur.
He combines subjects such as Community, Intraspecific competition and DNA barcoding with his study of Species richness. His work deals with themes such as Breed, Life history theory, Boreal and Reproductive success, which intersect with Global change. In general Climate change, his work in Global warming is often linked to Term linking many areas of study.
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A meta-analysis of preference-performance relationships in phytophagous insects.
Sofia Gripenberg;Peter J. Mayhew;Mark Parnell;Tomas Roslin.
Ecology Letters (2010)
Arthropod diversity in a tropical forest
Yves Basset;Yves Basset;Yves Basset;Lukas Cizek;Lukas Cizek;Philippe Cuenoud;Raphael K. Didham.
How to make more out of community data? A conceptual framework and its implementation as models and software.
Otso Ovaskainen;Otso Ovaskainen;Gleb Tikhonov;Anna Norberg;F. Guillaume Blanchet;F. Guillaume Blanchet.
Ecology Letters (2017)
Seasonal variation in the content of hydrolyzable tannins, flavonoid glycosides, and proanthocyanidins in oak leaves.
Juha-Pekka Salminen;Tomas Roslin;Maarit Karonen;Jari Sinkkonen.
Journal of Chemical Ecology (2004)
Higher predation risk for insect prey at low latitudes and elevations
Tomas Roslin;Tomas Roslin;Bess Hardwick;Vojtech Novotny;Vojtech Novotny;William K. Petry;William K. Petry.
Four ways towards tropical herbivore megadiversity.
Thomas M. Lewinsohn;Tomas Roslin.
Ecology Letters (2008)
Up or down in space? Uniting the bottom-up versus top-down paradigm and spatial ecology
Sofia Gripenberg;Tomas Roslin.
RAPID RECOVERY OF DUNG BEETLE COMMUNITIES FOLLOWING HABITAT FRAGMENTATION IN CENTRAL AMAZONIA
Ingrid Quintero;Tomas Roslin.
Complementary molecular information changes our perception of food web structure.
Helena K. Wirta;Paul D. N. Hebert;Riikka Kaartinen;Sean W. Prosser.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2014)
Revealing secret liaisons: DNA barcoding changes our understanding of food webs
Riikka Kaartinen;Graham N. Stone;Jack Hearn;Konrad Lohse.
Ecological Entomology (2010)
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