Open access papers are marked with *
Bonsall, M.B., Dooley, C.A., Kasparson, A., Brereton, T., Roy, D.B. & Thomas, J.A. 2014. Allee effects and the spatial dynamics of a locally endangered butterfly, the high brown fritillary (Argynnis adippe). Ecological Applications 24, 108-120.
*Fox, R., Oliver, T.H., Harrower, C., Parsons, M.S., Thomas, C.D. & Roy, D.B. 2014. Long-term changes to the frequency of occurrence of British moths are consistent with opposing and synergistic effects of climate and land-use changes. Journal of Applied Ecology 51, 949-957. News story
Mair, L., Hill, J.K., Fox, R., Botham, M., Brereton, T. & Thomas, C.D. 2014. Abundance changes and habitat availability drive species’ responses to climate change. Nature Climate Change 4, 127-131. News story
*Matechou, E., Dennis, E.B., Freeman, S.N. & Brereton, T. 2014. Monitoring abundance and phenology in (multivoltine) butterfly species: a novel mixture model. Journal of Applied Ecology 51, 766-775.
Oliver, T.H., Stefanescu, C., Páramo, F., Brereton, T. & Roy, D.B. 2014. Latitudinal gradients in butterfly population variability are influenced by landscape heterogeneity. Ecography 37, 863-871.
Pagel, J., Anderson, B.J., O’Hara, R.B., Cramer, W., Fox, R., Jeltsch, F., Roy, D.B., Thomas, C.D. & Schurr, F.M. 2014. Quantifying range-wide variation in population trends from local abundance surveys and widespread opportunistic occurrence records. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5, 751-760.