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2018
Roy H. E., Rabitsch W., Scalera R., Stewart A., Gallardo B., Genovesi P., Essl F., Adriaens T., Bacher S., Booy O., Branquart E., Brunel S., Copp G. H., Dean H., D'Hondt B., Josefsson M., Kenis M., Kettunen M., Linnamagi M., Lucy F., Martinou A., Moore N., Nentwig W., Nieto A., Pergl J., Peyton J., Roques A., Schindler S., Schonrogge K., Solarz W., Stebbing P. D., Trichkova T., Vanderhoeven S., van Valkenburg J., Zenetos A. (2018) Developing a framework of minimum standards for the risk assessment of alien species. Journal of Applied Ecology, , 55, 526-538
Golding Nick, August T.A., Lucas Tim C. D., Gavaghan David J., Loon Emiel, McInerny Greg (2018) The zoon r package for reproducible and shareable species distribution modelling. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, , 9, 260-268
Matechou Eleni, Freeman Stephen N, Comont Richard (2018) Caste-Specific Demography and Phenology in Bumblebees: Modelling BeeWalk Data. Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics, , 23, 427-445
Redhead John W., Woodcock Ben A., Pocock Michael J. O., Pywell Richard F., Vanbergen Adam J., Oliver T. H. (2018) Potential landscape-scale pollinator networks across Great Britain: structure, stability and influence of agricultural land cover. Ecology Letters, , 21, 1821-1832
Bacher S., Blackburn T. M., Essl F., Genovesi P., Heikkila J., Jeschke J. M., Jones G., Keller R., Kenis M., Kueffer C., Martinou A. F., Nentwig W., Pergl J., Pysek P., Rabitsch W., Richardson D. M., Roy H. E., Saul W. C., Scalera R., Vila M., Wilson J. R. U., Kumschick S. (2018) Socio-economic impact classification of alien taxa (SEICAT). Methods in Ecology and Evolution, , 9, 159-168
Pocock Michael J. O., Chandler Mark, Bonney Rick, Thornhill Ian, Albin Anna, August T.A., Bachman Steven, M.J. Peter (2018) Chapter Six - A Vision for Global Biodiversity Monitoring With Citizen Science. Advances in Ecological Research, , ,
Kissling Daniel, Ahumada Jorge A, Bowser Anne, Fernández Miguel, Fernández Néstor, García Enrique Alonso, Guralnick Robert P, Isaac Nick J. B., Kelling Steve, Los Wouter (2018) Building essential biodiversity variables (EBV s) of species distribution and abundance at a global scale. Biological reviews, , 93, 600-625
Outhwaite Charlotte L., Chandler Richard E., Powney Gary D., Collen Ben, Gregory Richard D., Isaac Nick J. B. (2018) Prior specification in Bayesian occupancy modelling improves analysis of species occurrence data. Ecological Indicators, , 93, 333-343
Staley Joanna T., Botham M. S., Amy Sam R., Hulmes Sarah, Pywell Richard F. (2018) Experimental evidence for optimal hedgerow cutting regimes for Brown hairstreak butterflies. Insect Conservation and Diversity, , 11, 213-218
Mason Suzanna C., Hill Jane K., Thomas Chris D., Powney Gary D., Fox Richard, Brereton Tom, Oliver T. H. (2018) Population variability in species can be deduced from opportunistic citizen science records: a case study using British butterflies. Insect Conservation and Diversity, , 11, 131-142
Harvey M. (2018) Provisional atlas of soldierflies and allies. , , ,
Pescott OL, Jitlal Mark S., Beckmann B, Roy D. B., Walker KJ, Dore A, Smart S.M. (2018) The use of National Plant Monitoring Scheme data for making inferences concerning air pollution impacts. , , ,
Franks Samantha E., Pearce-Higgins James W., Atkinson Sian, Bell James R., Botham M. S., Brereton Tom M., Harrington Richard, Leech David I. (2018) The sensitivity of breeding songbirds to changes in seasonal timing is linked to population change but cannot be directly attributed to the effects of trophic asynchrony on productivity. Global Change Biology, , 24, 957-971
Santini Luca, Isaac Nick J. B., Maiorano Luigi, Ficetola Gentile Francesco, Huijbregts Mark AJ, Carbone Chris, Thuiller Wilfried (2018) Global drivers of population density in terrestrial vertebrates. Global Ecology and Biogeography, , 27, 968-979
Burns F., Eaton M. A., Hayhow D. B., Outhwaite C. L., Fulaij Al, August T.A., Boughey K. L., Brereton T., Brown A., Bullock D. J., Gent T., Haysom K. A., Isaac Nick J. B., Johns D. G., Macadam C. R., Mathews F., Noble D. G., Powney Gary D., Sims D. W., Smart S. M., Stroh P., Walker K. J., Webb J. R., Webb T. J., Gregory R. D. (2018) An assessment of the state of nature in the United Kingdom: A review of findings, methods and impact. Ecological Indicators, , 94, 226-236
Boakes Elizabeth H, Isaac Nick J. B., Fuller Richard A, Mace Georgina M, McGowan Philip JK (2018) Examining the relationship between local extinction risk and position in range. Conservation Biology, , 32, 229-239
Suggitt Andrew J., Wilson Robert J., Isaac Nick J. B., Beale Colin M., Auffret Alistair G., August T.A., Bennie Jonathan J., Crick Humphrey Q. P., Duffield Simon, Fox Richard, Hopkins John J., Macgregor Nicholas A., Morecroft Mike D., Walker Kevin J., Maclean Ilya M. D. (2018) Extinction risk from climate change is reduced by microclimatic buffering. Nature Climate Change, , 8, 713-717
Pearce‐Higgins James W, Baillie Stephen R, Boughey Katherine, Bourn NA D, Foppen Ruud PB, Gillings Simon, Gregory Richard D, Hunt Tom, Jiguet Frederic, Lehikoinen Aleksi (2018) Overcoming the challenges of public data archiving for citizen science biodiversity recording and monitoring schemes. Journal of Applied Ecology, , ,
2017
Dennis Emily B, Morgan Byron JT, Roy D. B., Brereton Tom M (2017) Urban indicators for UK butterflies. Ecological indicators, , 76, 184-193
Groom Quentin J., Adriaens Tim, Desmet Peter, Simpson Annie, De Wever Aaike, Bazos Ioannis, Cardoso Ana Cristina, Charles Lucinda, Christopoulou Anastasia, Gazda Anna, Helmisaari Harry, Hobern Donald, Josefsson Melanie, Lucy Frances, Marisavljevic Dragana, Oszako Tomasz, Pergl Jan, Petrovic-Obradovic Olivera, Prévot Céline, Ravn Hans P., Richards Gareth, Roques Alain, Roy Helen E., Rozenberg Marie-Anne A., Scalera Riccardo, Tricarico Elena, Trichkova Teodora, Vercayie Diemer, Zenetos Argyro, Vanderhoeven Sonia (2017) Seven Recommendations to Make Your Invasive Alien Species Data More Useful. Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Statistics, , 3,
Essl Franz, Hulme Philip E., Jeschke Jonathan M., Keller Reuben, Pyšek Petr, Richardson David M., Saul Wolf-Christian, Bacher Sven, Dullinger Stefan, Estévez Rodrigo A., Kueffer Christoph, Roy Helen E., Seebens Hanno, Rabitsch Wolfgang (2017) Scientific and Normative Foundations for the Valuation of Alien-Species Impacts: Thirteen Core Principles. BioScience, , 67, 166-178
Grez A. A., Zaviezo T., Roy H. E., Brown P. M. J., Segura B. (2017) In the shadow of the condor: invasive Harmonia axyridis found at very high altitude in the Chilean Andes. Insect Conservation and Diversity, , 10, 483-487
Woodcock B. A., Bullock J. M., Shore R. F., Heard M. S., Pereira M. G., Redhead J., Ridding L., Dean H., Sleep D., Henrys P., Peyton J., Hulmes S., Hulmes L., Sárospataki M., Saure C., Edwards M., Genersch E., Knäbe S., Pywell R. F. (2017) Country-specific effects of neonicotinoid pesticides on honey bees and wild bees. Science, , 356, 1393-1395
Haelewaters Danny, Zhao Serena Y., Clusella-Trullas Susana, Cottrell Ted E., De Kesel André, Fiedler Lukáš, Herz Annette, Hesketh Helen, Hui Cang, Kleespies Regina G., Losey John E., Minnaar Ingrid A., Murray Katie M., Nedved Oldřich, Pfliegler Walter P., van den Berg Lidwien Raak-, Riddick Eric W., Shapiro-Ilan David I., Smyth Rebecca R., Steenberg Tove, van Wielink Paul S., Viglášová Sandra, Zhao Zihua, Ceryngier Piotr, Roy Helen E. (2017) Parasites of Harmonia axyridis: current research and perspectives. BioControl, , 62, 355-371
Roy H. E., Hesketh H., Purse B. V., Eilenberg J., Santini A., Scalera R., Stentiford G. D., Adriaens T., Bacela-Spychalska K., Bass D., Beckmann K. M., Bessell P., Bojko J., Booy O., Cardoso A. C., Essl F., Groom Q., Harrower Colin A, Kleespies R., Martinou A. F., van Oers M. M., Peeler E. J., Pergl J., Rabitsch W., Roques A., Schaffner F., Schindler S., Schmidt B. R., Schonrogge K., Smith J., Solarz W., Stewart A., Stroo A., Tricarico E., Turvey K. M. A., Vannini A., Vila M., Woodward S., Wynns A. A., Dunn A. M. (2017) Alien Pathogens on the Horizon: Opportunities for Predicting their Threat to Wildlife. Conservation Letters, , 10, 477-484