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Dr Fredric Windsor
Mismatch between IUCN range maps and species interactions data illustrated using the Serengeti food web2022
Dr Fredric Windsor
Dr Clive Emary
Dr James Kitson
Dr Kirsten Miller
Professor Darren Evans
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Network science: Applications for sustainable agroecosystems and food security2022
Dr Fredric Windsor
Professor Darren Evans
Using ecological networks to answer questions in global biogeography and ecology2022
Dr Fredric Windsor
Professor Darren Evans
Using motifs in ecological networks to identify the role of plants in crop margins for multiple agriculture functions2022
Dr Fredric Windsor
Rachel Wilson
Global variation in freshwater physicochemistry and its influence on chemical toxicity in aquatic wildlife2021
Dr Fredric Windsor
Hydrological, physicochemical and metabolic signatures in groundwater and snowmelt streams in the Japanese Alps2021
Dr Fredric Windsor
Professor Darren Evans
Identifying plant mixes for multiple ecosystem service provision in agricultural systems using ecological networks2021
Dr Jordan Cuff
Dr Fredric Windsor
Influence of European Beech (Fagales: Fagaceae) Rot Hole Habitat Characteristics on Invertebrate Community Structure and Diversity2021
Dr Jordan Cuff
Dr Fredric Windsor
Dr James Kitson
Professor Darren Evans
Overcoming the pitfalls of merging dietary metabarcoding into ecological networks2021
Dr Fredric Windsor
Environment and food web structure interact to alter the trophic magnification of persistent chemicals across river ecosystems2020
Dr Fredric Windsor
Estimating the size distribution of plastics ingested by animals2020
Dr Fredric Windsor
Food web transfer of plastics to an apex riverine predator2020
Dr Fredric Windsor
Macroinvertebrate communities in streams with contrasting water sources in the Japanese Alps2020
Dr Fredric Windsor
Natural or synthetic – how global trends in textile usage threaten freshwater environments2020
Dr Fredric Windsor
A catchment-scale perspective of plastic pollution2019
Dr Fredric Windsor
Biological Traits and the Transfer of Persistent Organic Pollutants through River Food Webs2019
Dr Fredric Windsor
Microplastic ingestion by riverine macroinvertebrates2019
Dr Fredric Windsor
Persistent contaminants as potential constraints on the recovery of urban river food webs from gross pollution2019
Dr Fredric Windsor
River organisms as indicators of the distribution and sources of persistent organic pollutants in contrasting catchments2019
Dr Fredric Windsor
Endocrine disruption in aquatic ecosystems: upscaling research for addressing ecological consequences2018
Dr Fredric Windsor
John Pinnegar
Fishes in a changing world: learning from the past to promote sustainability of fish populations2018
Dr Fredric Windsor
An inter-catchment assessment of macroinvertebrate communities across groundwater-fed stream systems within Denali National Park, Interior Alaska2017