James Bullock

2000- NERC Centre for Ecology and Hydrology 
"James Bullock"
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Martin PA, Newton AC, Bullock JM. (2016) Impacts of invasive plants on carbon pools depend on both species' traits and local climate. Ecology
Woodcock BA, Isaac NJ, Bullock JM, et al. (2016) Impacts of neonicotinoid use on long-term population changes in wild bees in England. Nature Communications. 7: 12459
Santini L, Cornulier T, Bullock JM, et al. (2016) A trait-based approach for predicting species responses to environmental change from sparse data: how well might terrestrial mammals track climate change? Global Change Biology
Wagner M, Bullock JM, Hulmes L, et al. (2016) Creation of micro-topographic features: A new tool for introducing specialist species of calcareous grassland to restored sites? Applied Vegetation Science. 19: 89-100
Cordingley JE, Newton AC, Rose RJ, et al. (2016) Can landscape-scale approaches to conservation management resolve biodiversity-ecosystem service trade-offs? Journal of Applied Ecology. 53: 96-105
Willcock S, Hooftman D, Sitas N, et al. (2016) Do ecosystem service maps and models meet stakeholders' needs? A preliminary survey across sub-Saharan Africa Ecosystem Services. 18: 110-117
Oliver TH, Isaac NJ, August TA, et al. (2015) Declining resilience of ecosystem functions under biodiversity loss. Nature Communications. 6: 10122
Oliver TH, Heard MS, Isaac NJ, et al. (2015) Biodiversity and Resilience of Ecosystem Functions. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 30: 673-84
Pywell RF, Heard MS, Woodcock BA, et al. (2015) Wildlife-friendly farming increases crop yield: evidence for ecological intensification. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 282
Cordingley JE, Newton AC, Rose RJ, et al. (2015) Habitat Fragmentation Intensifies Trade-Offs between Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in a Heathland Ecosystem in Southern England. Plos One. 10: e0130004
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