climate change

Bell, J.R., Botham, M.S., Henrys, P.A., Leech, D.I., Pearce-Higgins, J.W., Shortall, C.R., Brereton, T.M., Pickup, J. & Thackeray, S.J. (2019) Spatial and habitat variation in aphid, butterfly, moth and bird phenologies over the last half century. Global Change Biology, 25, 1982-1994, .
Bell, F., Botham, M., Brereton, T.M., Fenton, A. & Hodgson, J. (2021) Grizzled Skippers stuck in the south: Population-level responses of an early-successional specialist butterfly to climate across its UK range over 40 years. Diversity and Distributions, 27, 962-972, .
Pakeman, R.J., Brien, D.O., Genney, D. & Brooker, R.W. (2022) Identifying drivers of change in bryophyte and lichen species occupancy in Scotland. Ecological Indicators, 139, 108889.
González-Megías, A., Menéndez, R., Roy, D.B., Brereton, T.M. & Thomas, C.D. (2008) Changes in the composition of British butterfly assemblages over two decades. Global Change Biology, 14, 1464-1474.
Wilson, R.J., Davies, Z.G. & Thomas, C.D. (2009) Modelling the effect of habitat fragmentation on range expansion in a butterfly. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 276, 1421-1427.
Braschler, B. & Hill, J.K. (2007) Role of larval host plants in the climate-driven range expansion of the butterfly Polygonia c-album. Journal of Animal Ecology, 76, 415-423.
Menéndez, R., González-Megías, A., Hill, J.K., Braschler, B., Willis, S.G., Collingham, Y.C., Fox, R., Roy, D.B. & Thomas, C.D. (2006) Species richness changes lag behind climate change. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 273, 1465-1470.
Diamond, S.E., Frame, A.M., Martin, R.A. & Buckley, L.B. (2011) Species' traits predict phenological responses to climate change in butterflies. Ecology, 92, 1005-1012.
Hickling, R., Roy, D.B., Hill, J.K., Fox, R. & Thomas, C.D. (2006) The distributions of a wide range of taxonomic groups are expanding polewards. Global Change Biology, 12, 450-455.
Sparks, T.H., Roy, D.B. & Dennis, R.L.H. (2005) The influence of temperature on migration of Lepidoptera into Britain. Global Change Biology, 11, 507-514.