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.

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Picture: Heather Lowther, CEH.

 

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PDF icon Burns et al. 2016 - Agricultural Management and Climatic Change Are the Major Drivers of Biodiversity Change in the UK.pdf (2.9 MB)
Bruuh, H.H. (2005) Rosa rugosa Thunb. ex Murray,. Journal of Ecology, 93, 441-470.
Brown, P.M.J., Roy, H.E. & Majerus, M.E.N. (2007) Update on the spread of an invasive ladybird. Biocontrol News and Information, 28, 16-17.
Brown, P.M.J., Roy, H.E. & Comont, R.F. (2013) Wildlife reports: ladybirds. British Wildlife, 24, 208-209.
Brown, P.M.J., Roy, H.E., Rothery, P., Roy, D.B., Ware, R.L. & Majerus, M.E.N. (2008) Harmonia axyridis in Great Britain: analysis of the spread and distribution of a non-native coccinellid. From Biological Control to Invasion: the Ladybird Harmonia axyridis as a Model Species From Biological Control to Invasion: the Ladybird Harmonia axyridis as a Model Species. (eds H.E. Roy), & Wajnberg, E.), pp. 55-67. Springer Netherlands.
Bratton, J.H. (tran). (1991) British Red Data Books: Part 3: Invertebrates Other Than Insects. Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Peterborough.
Braithwaite, M.E., Ellis, R.W. & Preston, C.D. (2006) Change In The British Flora 1987-2004. Botanical Society of the British Isles, London.

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