William Block mostly deals with Ecology, Invertebrate, Hardiness, Cold tolerance and Habitat. William Block undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Ecology and Population density in his work. His work deals with themes such as Taxon, Soil water and Larva, which intersect with Invertebrate.
William Block usually deals with Cold tolerance and limits it to topics linked to Supercooling and Alaskozetes antarcticus, Zoology, Mannitol and Ribitol. His Habitat study incorporates themes from Fauna, Chironomidae, Belgica antarctica, Competition and Terrestrial ecosystem. His Botany study deals with Dehydration intersecting with Desiccation.
His primary areas of study are Ecology, Botany, Larva, Animal science and Acari. His study in Habitat, Invertebrate, Mite, Fauna and Arctic falls within the category of Ecology. His work on Tundra as part of general Arctic study is frequently linked to Population density, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Botany research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cryptopygus antarcticus and Supercooling. His Larva research includes elements of Zoology, Sub antarctic and Environmental factor. His Animal science research includes themes of Range and Respiration.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Botany, Desiccation, Acclimatization and Habitat. As part of his studies on Ecology, William Block frequently links adjacent subjects like Cold tolerance. William Block has researched Botany in several fields, including Cryptopygus antarcticus, Springtail, Supercooling and Animal science.
His study focuses on the intersection of Desiccation and fields such as Dehydration with connections in the field of Alginic acid, Silica gel and Desiccant. In his research, Environmental chemistry and Environmental factor is intimately related to Range, which falls under the overarching field of Acclimatization. His Habitat research focuses on Biota and how it relates to Abiotic component, Soil water, Fellfield, Adaptation and Resistance.
William Block mainly focuses on Ecology, Habitat, Botany, Invertebrate and Cold tolerance. In his works, he performs multidisciplinary study on Ecology and Colonisation. His study looks at the intersection of Habitat and topics like Biota with Climate change, Temperate climate, Fellfield, Adaptation and Ecosystem.
His study in the field of Desiccation also crosses realms of Cryoprotectant. His Invertebrate research incorporates themes from Abiotic component, Soil water and Seasonality. His research investigates the link between Cold tolerance and topics such as Perimylopidae that cross with problems in Overwintering and Animal science.
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COLD TOLERANCE OF MICROARTHROPODS
R. J. C. Cannon;W. Block.
Biological Reviews (1988)
Cold tolerance of insects and other arthropods.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (1990)
Cold Hardiness of Collembola at Signy Island, Maritime Antarctic
Lauritz Sømme;William Block.
Global Change and Arctic Ecosystems: Conclusions and Predictions from Experiments with Terrestrial Invertebrates on Spitsbergen
Ian D. Hodkinson;N.R. Webb;J.S. Bale;W. Block.
Arctic and alpine research (1998)
Cold or drought - the lesser of two evils for terrestrial arthropods?
European Journal of Entomology (2013)
Experimental studies on the cold tolerance of Alaskozetes antarcticus
S.R. Young;William Block.
Journal of Insect Physiology (1980)
Effects of experimental temperature elevation on high-arctic soil microarthropod populations
S. J. Coulson;I. D. Hodkinson;C. Wooley;N. R. Webb.
Polar Biology (1996)
Terrestrial microbiology, invertebrates and ecosystems.
Antarctic ecology. Volume 1. (1984)
Thermal Environments of Arctic Soil Organisms during Winter
S. J. Coulson;I. D. Hodkinson;A. T. Strathdee;W. Block.
Arctic and alpine research (1995)
Antarctic diptera: ecology, physiology and distribution
Peter Convey;William Block.
European Journal of Entomology (2013)
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