Fox Richard

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Fox, R., Oliver, T.H., Harrower, C.A., Parsons, M., Thomas, C.D. & Roy, D.B. (2014) Long-term changes in the distribution of British moths consistent with opposing and synergistic effects of climate and land use change. Journal of Applied Ecology, 51, 949–957.
Dennis, E.B., Morgan, B.J., Freeman, S.N., Ridout, M.S., Brereton, T.M., Fox, R., Powney, G.D. & Roy, D.B. (2017) Efficient occupancy model-fitting for extensive citizen-science data. PloS one, 12, e0174433.
Asher, J., Warren, M.S., Fox, R., Harding, P.T., Jeffcoate, G. & Jeffcoate, S. (2001) The Millennium Atlas of Butterflies in Britain and Ireland. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Dyer, R.J., Gillings, S., Pywell, R.F., Fox, R., Roy, D.B. & Oliver, T.H. (2016) Developing a biodiversity‐based indicator for large‐scale environmental assessment: a case study of proposed shale gas extraction sites in Britain. Journal of Applied Ecology.
Fox, R., Asher, J., Brereton, T.M., Roy, D.B. & Warren, M.S. (2006) The State of Butterflies in Britain and Ireland. Pisces, Newbury.
Macgregor, C.J., Evans, D.M., Fox, R. & Pocock, M.J.O. (2017) The dark side of street lighting: impacts on moths and evidence for the disruption of nocturnal pollen transport. Global Change Biology, 23, 697–707.
Fox, R., Warren, M.S. & Brereton, T.M. (2010) The Butterfly Red List for Great Britain. Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Peterborough.
Ovaskainen, O., Roy, D.B., Fox, R. & Anderson, B.J. (2016) Uncovering hidden spatial structure in species communities with spatially explicit joint species distribution models. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 7, 428–436.
Fox, R., Roy, D.B., Dennis, R.L.H. & Asher, J. (2010) A new look at the changing distributions of British butterflies: different analysis, same results. ’s Gazette.
Redhead, J.W., Fox, R., Brereton, T.M. & Oliver, T.H. (2016) Assessing species’ habitat associations from occurrence records, standardised monitoring data and expert opinion: A test with British butterflies. Ecological Indicators, 62, 271–278.