Research and Publications

The aim of BRC’s publication and research work is to help link volunteer recording efforts to those of research scientists, and develop innovative observational projects that add new insights into large-scale biological processes.

Our research work is summarised within the key themes listed along the right handside of this page.  

You can download a booklet which summarises the first 50 years of BRC.

Below is a complete list of our research publications.

Picture of person recording plants
Picture: Heather Lowther, CEH.

 

Bibliography

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Package icon Bryoatt_updated_2017.zip (433.58 KB)
Isaac, N.J.B., Girardello, M., Brereton, T.M. & Roy, D.B. (2011) Butterfly abundance in a warming climate. Journal of Insect Conservation., 15, 233-240.
Fox, R., Warren, M.S. & Brereton, T.M. (2010) The Butterfly Red List For Great Britain. Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Peterborough.
Archer, M.E. (2005) Bwars: Bees, Wasps And Ants Recording Society Members' Handbook, 3rd ed. Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Huntingdon.
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Matechou, E., Freeman, S.N. & Comont, R. (2018) Caste-Specific Demography and Phenology in Bumblebees: Modelling BeeWalk Data. Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics, 23, 427-445.
Braithwaite, M.E., Ellis, R.W. & Preston, C.D. (2006) Change In The British Flora 1987-2004. Botanical Society of the British Isles, London.
Package icon clustaspec.zip (9.76 KB)

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