Bibliography

2017
Oliver T. H., Gillings Simon, Pearce-Higgins James W., Brereton Tom, Crick Humphrey Q. P., Duffield Simon J., Morecroft Michael D., Roy D. B. (2017) Large extents of intensive land use limit community reorganization during climate warming. Global Change Biology, , 23, 2272-2283
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
Sutton Peter G., Beckmann B, Nelson Brian (2017) The current status of Orthopteroid insects in Britain and Ireland. Atropos, , 59, 6 - 35
Dainese Matteo, Isaac Nick J. B., Powney Gary D., Bommarco Riccardo, Öckinger Erik, Kuussaari Mikko, Pöyry Juha, Benton Tim G., Gabriel Doreen, Hodgson Jenny A., Kunin William E., Lindborg Regina, Sait Steven M., Marini Lorenzo (2017) Landscape simplification weakens the association between terrestrial producer and consumer diversity in Europe. Global Change Biology, , 23, 3040-3051
Oliver T. H., Powney Gary D., Baguette M, Schtickzelle N. (2017) Synchrony in population counts predicts butterfly movement frequencies. Ecological Entomology, , 42, 375-378
Saul W. C., Roy Helen E., Booy Olaf, Carnevali L., Chen H. J., Genovesi Piero, Harrower Colin A, Hulme Philip E, Pagad S., Pergl Jan, Jeschke Jonathan M (2017) Assessing patterns in introduction pathways of alien species by linking major invasion data bases. Journal of Applied Ecology, , 54, 657-669
Dennis Emily B, Morgan Byron JT, Brereton Tom M, Roy D. B., Fox Richard (2017) Using citizen science butterfly counts to predict species population trends. Conservation Biology, , 31, 1350-1361
Palma Adriana, Dennis Roger L. H., Brereton Tom, Leather Simon R., Oliver T. H. (2017) Large reorganizations in butterfly communities during an extreme weather event. Ecography, , 40, 577-585
Seebens Hanno, Blackburn T. M., Dyer E. E., Genovesi Piero, Hulme Philip E, Jeschke Jonathan M, Pagad S., Pysek P., Winter M., Arianoutsou M., Bacher S., Blasius B., Brundu G., Capinha C., Celesti-Grapow L., Dawson W., Dullinger S., Fuentes N., Jager H., Kartesz J., Kenis Marc, Kreft H., Kuhn I., Lenzner B., Liebhold A., Mosena A., Moser D., Nishino M., Pearman David A., Pergl Jan, Rabitsch W., Rojas-Sandoval J., Roques A., Rorke Steph L., Rossinelli S., Roy Helen E., Scalera Riccardo, Schindler Stefan, Stajerova K., Tokarska-Guzik B., van Kleunen M., Walker Kevin J., Weigelt P., Yamanaka T., Essl Franz (2017) No saturation in the accumulation of alien species worldwide. Nature Communications, , 8,
Booy O., Mill A. C., Roy H. E., Hiley A., Moore N., Robertson P., Baker S., Brazier M., Bue M., Bullock R., Campbell S., Eyre D., Foster J., Hatton-Ellis M., Long J., Macadam C., Morrison-Bell C., Mumford J., Newman J., Parrott D., Payne R., Renals T., Rodgers E., Spencer M., Stebbing P., Sutton-Croft M., Walker K., Ward A., Whittaker S., Wyn G. (2017) Risk management to prioritise the eradication of new and emerging invasive non-native species. Biological Invasions, , 19, 2401-2417
Dennis Emily B, Morgan Byron JT, Freeman Stephen N, Ridout Martin S, Brereton Tom M, Fox Richard, Powney Gary D., Roy D. B. (2017) Efficient occupancy model-fitting for extensive citizen-science data. PloS one, , 12, e0174433
Palmer Georgina, Platts Philip J, Brereton Tom, Chapman Jason W, Dytham Calvin, Fox Richard, Pearce-Higgins James W, Roy D. B., Hill Jane K, Thomas Chris D (2017) Climate change, climatic variation and extreme biological responses. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B, , 372, 20160144
Sullivan Martin JP, Pearce‐Higgins James W, Newson Stuart E, Scholefield Paul, Brereton Tom M., Oliver Tom H. (2017) A national‐scale model of linear features improves predictions of farmland biodiversity. Journal of Applied Ecology, , ,
Brooks Stephen J., Self Angela, Powney Gary D., Pearse William D., Penn Malcolm, Paterson Gordon L. J. (2017) The influence of life history traits on the phenological response of British butterflies to climate variability since the late-19th century. Ecography, , 40, 1152-1165
Dennis Emily B, Morgan Byron JT, Roy D. B., Brereton Tom M (2017) Urban indicators for UK butterflies. Ecological indicators, , 76, 184-193
Pergl Jan, Pyšek Petr, Bacher Sven, Essl Franz, Genovesi Piero, Harrower Colin A, Hulme Philip E, Jeschke Jonathan M, Kenis Marc, Kühn Ingolf (2017) Troubling travellers: are ecologically harmful alien species associated with particular introduction pathways?. NeoBiota, , 32, 1-20
Bullock James M., Dhanjal-Adams Kiran L., Milne Alice, Oliver T. H., Todman Lindsay C., Whitmore Andrew P., Pywell Richard F. (2017) Resilience and food security: rethinking an ecological concept. Journal of Ecology, , 105, 880-884
Dyer Robert James, Gillings Simon, Pywell Richard F., Fox Richard, Roy D. B., Oliver T. H. (2017) 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, , 54, 872-882
Piria M., Copp G. H., Dick J. T. A., Duplic A., Groom Q., Jelic D., Lucy F. E., Roy H. E., Sarat E., Simonovic P., Tomljanovic T., Tricarico E., Weinlander M., Adamek Z., Bedolfe S., Coughlan N. E., Davis E., Dobrzycka-Krahel A., Grgic Z., Kirankaya S. G., Ekmekci F. G., Lajtner J., A. Y. Lukas J., Koutsikos N., Mennen G. J., Mitic B., Pastorino P., Ruokonen T. J., Skora M. E., Smith E. R. C., Sprem N., Tarkan A. S., Treer T., Vardakas L., Vehanen T., Vilizzi L., Zanella D., Caffrey J. M. (2017) Tackling invasive alien species in Europe II: threats and opportunities until 2020. Management of Biological Invasions, , 8, 273-286
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
Pocock Michael J. O., Roy Helen E., Fox Richard, Ellis Willem N., Botham M. S. (2017) Citizen science and invasive alien species: Predicting the detection of the oak processionary moth Thaumetopoea processionea by moth recorders. Biological Conservation, , 208, 146-154
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
Pocock Michael J. O., Tweddle John C., Savage Joanna, Robinson Lucy D., Roy Helen E. (2017) The diversity and evolution of ecological and environmental citizen science. PLOS ONE, , 12, e0172579
Dennis Emily B, Morgan Byron JT, Freeman Stephen N, Ridout Martin S, Brereton Tom M., Fox Richard, Powney Gary D., Roy D. B. (2017) Efficient occupancy model-fitting for extensive citizen-science data. PloS one, , 12, e0174433
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,