2000 - 2005

Open access papers are marked with *

Bourn, N.A.D. & Thomas, J.A. 2002. The challenge of conserving grassland insects at the margins of their range in Europe. Biological Conservation 104, 285-292.

Conrad, K.F., Woiwod, I.P., Parsons, M., Fox, R. & Warren, M. 2004. Long-term population trends in widespread British moths. Journal of Insect Conservation 8, 119-136.

Davies, Z.G., Wilson, R.J., Brereton, T.M. & Thomas, C.D. 2005. The re-expansion and improving status of the silver-spotted skipper butterfly (Hesperia comma) in Britain: a metapopulation success story. Biological Conservation 124, 189-198.

Feber, R.E., Brereton, T.M., Warren, M.S. & Oates, M. 2001. The impacts of deer on woodland butterflies: the good, the bad and the complex. Forestry 74, 271-276.

Hill, J.K., Collingham, Y.C., Thomas, C.D., Blakeley, D.S., Fox, R., Moss, D. & Huntley, B. 2001. Impacts of landscape structure on butterfly range expansion. Ecology Letters 4, 313-321.

Hill, J.K., Thomas, C.D., Fox, R., Telfer, M.G., Willis, S.G., Asher, J. & Huntley, B. 2002. Responses of butterflies to 20th century climate warming: implications for future ranges. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 269, 2163-2171.

Moilanen, A., Franco, A.M.A., Early, R.I., Fox, R., Wintle, B. & Thomas, C.D. 2005. Prioritizing multiple-use landscapes for conservation: methods for large multi-species planning problems. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 272, 1885-1891.

Pywell, R.F., Pakeman, R.J., Allchin, E.A., Bourn, N.A.D., Warman, E.A. & Walker, K.J. 2002. The potential for lowland heath regeneration following plantation removal. Biological Conservation 108, 247-258.

*Stewart, K.E.J., Bourn, N.A.D. & Thomas, J.A. 2002. An evaluation of three quick methods commonly used to assess sward height in ecology. Journal of Applied Ecology 38, 1148-1154.

*Thomas, J.A, Bourn, N.A.D., Clarke, R.T., Stewart, K.E., Simcox, D.J., Pearman, G.S., Curtis, R. & Goodger, B. 2001. The quality and isolation of habitat patches both determine where butterflies persist in fragmented landscapes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 268, 1791-1796.

Thomas, J.A., Telfer, M.G., Roy, D.B., Preston, C., Greenwood, J.J.D., Asher, J., Fox, R., Clarke, R.T. & Lawton, J.H. 2004. Comparative losses of British butterflies, birds, and plants and the global extinction crisis. Science 303, 1879-1881.

Warren, M.S., Hill, J.K., Thomas, J.A., Asher, J., Fox, R., Huntley, B., Roy, D.B., Telfer, M.G., Jeffcoate, S., Harding, P., Jeffcoate, G., Willis, S.G., Greatorex-Davies, J.N., Moss, D. & Thomas, C.D. 2001. Rapid responses of British butterflies to opposing forces of climate and habitat change. Nature 414, 65-69.

Wilson, R.J., Thomas, C.D., Fox, R., Roy, D.B. & Kunin, W.E. 2004. Spatial patterns in species distributions reveal biodiversity change. Nature 432, 393-396.