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Professor Mark Whittingham
Camera trap distance sampling for terrestrial mammal population monitoring: lessons learnt from a UK case study2022
Dr Peter Stephens
Professor Mark Whittingham
Camera trapping with photos and videos: implications for ecology and citizen science2022
Danielle Robinson
Dr Steven Newman
Professor Mark Whittingham
Dr Richard Francksen
Professor Selina Stead
et al.
Fisher–shark interactions: A loss of support for the Maldives shark sanctuary from reef fishers whose livelihoods are affected by shark depredation2022
Dr Caroline Rhymer
Dr Richard Francksen
Professor Mark Whittingham
Permanent grasslands in Europe: Land use change and intensification decrease their multifunctionality2022
Sienaa Al-Zurfi
Nadheer Fazaa
Dr Mukhtar Haba
Professor Mark Whittingham
Study of insect diversity in areas surrounding The Central Marsh in southern Iraq2022
Professor Mark Whittingham
Dr Dylan Young
Professor Mark Reed
Trade-offs between the natural environment and recreational infrastructure: A case study about peatlands under different management scenarios2022
Professor Mark Whittingham
Global inequities and political borders challenge nature conservation under climate change2021
Professor Mark Whittingham
Impacts of invasive plants on animal behaviour2021
Nadheer Fazaa
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Professor Mark Whittingham
Pollution threatens water quality in the Central Marshes of Southern Iraq2021
Professor Mark Whittingham
Automated detection and classification of birdsong: An ensemble approach2020
Professor Mark Whittingham
Dr Richard Francksen
Dr Matt Hiron
Dr Caroline Rhymer
Do biodiversity-ecosystem functioning experiments inform stakeholders how to simultaneously conserve biodiversity and increase ecosystem service provisioning in grasslands?2020
Dr Niki Rust
Dr Beth Clark
Professor Mark Whittingham
Professor Philip McGowan
How to transition to reduced-meat diets that benefit people and the planet2020
Professor Mark Whittingham
Dr Ailsa McKenzie
Dr Richard Francksen
Dr Matthew Grainger
Nadheer Fazaa
et al.
Offshore refuges support higher densities and show slower population declines of wintering Ruddy Turnstones Arenaria interpres: a response2020
Professor Mark Reed
Dr Regina Hansda
Heidi Saxby
Lowell Mills
Professor Guy Garrod
et al.
Social barriers and opportunities to the implementation of the England Peat Strategy : Final report2020
Professor Mark Whittingham
Better Model Transfers Require Knowledge of Mechanisms2019
Dr Richard Francksen
Professor Mark Whittingham
Measures of predator diet alone may underestimate the collective impact on prey: Common buzzard Buteo buteo consumption of economically important red grouse Lagopus lagopus scotica2019
Professor Mark Whittingham
Dr Ailsa McKenzie
Dr Richard Francksen
Dr Matthew Grainger
Nadheer Fazaa
et al.
Offshore refuges support higher densities and show slower population declines of wintering Ruddy Turnstones Arenaria interpres2019
Dr Johan Oldekop
Professor Mark Whittingham
Reductions in deforestation and poverty from decentralized forest management in Nepal2019
Professor Mark Whittingham
The influence of different aspects of grouse moorland management on nontarget bird assemblages2019
Professor Mark Whittingham
A diagnostic framework for food system governance arrangements: The case of South Africa2018
Dr Johan Oldekop
Professor Mark Whittingham
An upside to globalization: international migration drives reforestation in Nepal2018
Professor Mark Whittingham
Economical crowdsourcing for camera trap image classification2018
Nadheer Fazaa
Professor Mark Whittingham
Evaluation of the ecosystem services of the central marsh in southern Iraq2018
Professor Mark Whittingham
Outstanding Challenges in the Transferability of Ecological Models2018
Professor Mark Whittingham
Publisher Correction: Redefining ecosystem multifunctionality2018
Professor Mark Whittingham
Redefining ecosystem multifunctionality2018
Dr Matt Hiron
Professor Mark Whittingham
Species contributions to single biodiversity values under-estimate community contribution to a wider range of values to society2018
Professor Mark Reed
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Mark Whittingham
A Place-Based Approach to Payments for Ecosystem Services2017
Nadheer Fazaa
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Professor Mark Whittingham
Distributions and Community Composition of Birds in Iraq’ s Central Marsh2017
Dr Richard Francksen
Professor Mark Whittingham
Numerical and functional responses of Common Buzzards Buteo buteo to prey abundance on a Scottish grouse moor2017
Dr Andrew Hudson
Professor Lynn Frewer
Paul Brereton
Professor Mark Whittingham
Dr Gavin Stewart
et al.
The Agri-food chain and Antimicrobial Resistance: a review2017
Professor Mark Whittingham
Achieving and communicating globally relevant applied ecological research2016
Dr Richard Francksen
Professor Mark Whittingham
Assessing prey provisioned to Common Buzzard Buteo buteo chicks: a comparison of methods2016
Dr Jeremy Robert Franks
Dr Steven Emery
Professor Mark Whittingham
Dr Ailsa McKenzie
Farmer attitudes to cross-holding agri-environment schemes and their implications for Countryside Stewardship2016
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Professor Mark Whittingham
Professor Philip McGowan
Optimising different types of biodiversity coverage of protected areas with a case study using Himalayan Galliformes2016
Dr Ailsa McKenzie
Dr Nigel Critchley
Dr Caroline Rhymer
Professor Mark Whittingham
The effects of soil compaction mitigation on below-ground fauna: how earthworms respond to mechanical loosening and power harrow cultivation2016
Dr Maria Zwart
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Professor Philip McGowan
Professor Mark Whittingham
Wind farm noise suppresses territorial defense behavior in a songbird2016
Dr Richard Francksen
Professor Mark Whittingham
Winter diet of Common Buzzards Buteo buteo on a Scottish grouse moor2016
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Dr Maria Zwart
Professor Mark Whittingham
Desk based evaluation of wind farms and habitat management in Scotland2015
Professor Mark Whittingham
Management by proxy? The use of indices in applied ecology2015
Dr Jonathon Dunn
Professor Mark Whittingham
Professor Philip McGowan
Mapping the potential distribution of the Critically Endangered Himalayan Quail Ophrysia superciliosa using proxy species and species distribution modelling2015
Christopher Rhodes
Professor Mark Whittingham
The relative value of field survey and remote sensing for biodiversity assessment2015
Maria Zwart
Professor Mark Whittingham
Professor Philip McGowan
Using environmental impact assessment and post-construction monitoring data to inform wind energy developments2015
Mieke Zwart
Professor Philip McGowan
Professor Mark Whittingham
The Use of Automated Bioacoustic Recorders to Replace Human Wildlife Surveys: An Example Using Nightjars2014
Professor Mark Whittingham
A framework for managing airport grasslands and birds amidst conflicting priorities2013
Professor Mark Whittingham
Celebrating the golden jubilee of the Journal of Applied Ecology2013
Dr Ailsa McKenzie
Dr Steven Emery
Dr Jeremy Robert Franks
Professor Mark Whittingham
Landscape-scale conservation: collaborative agri-environment schemes could benefit both biodiversity and eccosystem services, but will farmers be willing to participate?2013
Professor Mark Whittingham
Visual soil evaluation in relation to measured soil physical properties in a survey of grassland soil compaction in England and Wales2013
Dr Caroline Rhymer
Claire Devereux
Professor Mark Whittingham
Diet of Starling Sturnus vulgaris nestlings on farmland: the importance of Tipulidae larvae2012
Professor Mark Whittingham
Ensuring applied ecology has impact2012
Professor Mark Whittingham
Habitat associations of wintering granivorous birds on the Canary Islands2012
Claudia Garratt
Dr Jeroen Minderman
Professor Mark Whittingham
Should we stay or should we go now? What happens to small mammals when grass is mown, and the implications for birds of prey2012
Dr Ben Brilot
Professor Daniel Nettle
Professor Mark Whittingham
Professor Melissa Bateson
Professor Jenny Read
et al.
When is general wariness favored in avoiding multiple predators?2012
Claudia Garratt
Professor Mark Whittingham
Creating ephemeral resources: how long do the beneficial effects of grass cutting last for birds?2011
Dr Ailsa McKenzie
Professor Carlo Leifert
Peter Shotton
Professor Mark Whittingham
Disentangling the effects of fertilisers and pesticides on winter stubble use by farmland birds2011
Claudia Garratt
Emeritus Professor Monica Hughes
Professor Mark Whittingham
Foraging habitat selection by breeding Common Kestrels Falco tinnunculus on lowland farmland in England2011
Professor Mark Whittingham
Identifying governance strategies that effectively support ecosystem services, resource sustainability, and biodiversity2011
Professor Mark Whittingham
Model selection and model averaging in behavioural ecology: the utility of the IT-AIC framework2011
Dr Jeremy Robert Franks
Dr Steven Emery
Professor Mark Whittingham
Dr Ailsa McKenzie
Options for landscape scale collaboration under the UK's environmental stewardship scheme2011
Professor Mark Whittingham
The future of agri-environment schemes: biodiversity gains and ecosystem service delivery?2011
Dr Ailsa McKenzie
Professor Mark Whittingham
Birds select conventional over organic wheat when given free choice2010
Dr Caroline Rhymer
Professor Mark Whittingham
Can ecosystem services be integrated with conservation? A case study of breeding waders on grassland2010
Professor Mark Whittingham
Impacts of climate on prey abundance account for fluctuations in a population of a northern wader at the southern edge of its range2010
Marco Girardello
Professor Mark Whittingham
Professor Stephen Rushton
Models of climate associations and distributions of amphibians in Italy2010
Dr Jeroen Minderman
Professor Mark Whittingham
Novel environment exploration and home range size in starlings Sturnus vulgaris2010
Professor Mark Whittingham
Putting applied ecology into practice2010
Professor Mark Whittingham
Freezing behaviour on attack by a potential predator is an adaptive risk-assessment period in chaffinches.2009
Professor Mark Whittingham
Habitat associations of British breeding farmland birds2009
Professor Mark Whittingham
Heavier birds react faster to predators: individual differences in the detection of stalking and ambush predators2009
Marco Girardello
Professor Mark Whittingham
Professor Stephen Rushton
Identifying important areas for butterfly conservation in Italy2009
Dr Jeroen Minderman
Professor Mark Whittingham
Personality traits in wild starlings: exploration behavior and environmental sensitivity2009
Professor Mark Whittingham
Very short delays prior to escape from potential predators may function efficiently as adaptive risk-assessment periods2009
Dr Ailsa McKenzie
Professor Mark Whittingham
Why are birds more abundant on organic farms?2009
Professor Mark Whittingham
Anti-predator signals in the chaffinch Fringilla coelebs in response to habitat structure and different predator types2008
Professor Mark Whittingham
Claire Devereux
Changing grass height alters foraging site selection by wintering farmland birds2008
Professor Mark Whittingham
Habitat affects escape behaviour and alarm calling in Common Starlings Sturnus vulgaris2008
Claire Devereux
Professor Mark Whittingham
Minimal effects of wind turbines on the distribution of wintering farmland birds2008
Professor Mark Whittingham
Should conservation strategies consider spatial generality? Farmland birds show regional not national patterns of habitat association2007
Professor Mark Whittingham
Survival rates of tropical birds in Nigeria, West Africa2007
Professor Mark Whittingham
Vigilance in the third dimension: head movement not scan duration varies in response to different predator models2007
Professor Mark Whittingham
Will agri-environment schemes deliver substantial biodiversity gain, and if not why not?2007
Professor Mark Whittingham
Age-dependent diet choice in an avian top predator2006
Professor Mark Whittingham
Claire Devereux
Altering perceived predation risk and food availability: Management prescriptions to benefit farmland birds on stubble fields2006
Professor Mark Whittingham
Diet and habitat structure interact to influence patch choice in a granivorous bird, the chaffinch Fringilla coelebs2006
Claire Devereux
Professor Mark Whittingham
Does sward density affect prey availability for grassland birds?2006
Karen Jones
Professor Mark Whittingham
Interaction between seed crypsis and habitat structure influence patch choice in a granivorous bird, the chaffinch Fringilla coelebs2006
Professor Mark Whittingham
Noise, predation risk compensation and vigilance in the chaffinch Fringilla coelebs2006
Claire Devereux
Professor Mark Whittingham
Predator detection and avoidance by starlings under differing scenarios of predation risk2006
Claire Devereux
Professor Mark Whittingham
Predator detection and avoidance by starlings under differing scenarios of predation risk2006
Professor Mark Whittingham
Time in captivity and individual differences influence experimental success: foraging trials on wild-caught chaffinches2006
Professor Mark Whittingham
Time in captivity, individual differences and foraging behaviour in wild-caught chaffinches2006
Claire Devereux
Professor Mark Whittingham
What attracts birds to newly mown pasture? Decoupling the action of mowing from the provision of short swards2006
Professor Mark Whittingham
Why do we still use stepwise modelling in ecology and behaviour?2006
Professor Mark Whittingham
Designing lowland landscapes for farmland birds: scenario testing with GIS2005
Professor Mark Whittingham
Habitat selection by yellowhammers Emberiza citrinella on lowland farmland at two spatial scales: Implications for conservation management2005
Emeritus Professor Julian Morris
Professor Mark Whittingham
Indirect effects of pesticides on breeding yellowhammer (Emberiza citrinella)2005
Professor Mark Whittingham
Modelling relationships between birds and vegetation structure using airborne LiDAR data: A review with case studies from agricultural and woodland environments2005
Professor Mark Whittingham
Modelling relationships between organisms and vegetation structure using airborne LiDAR data2005
Professor Mark Whittingham
Quantifying the interaction between food density and habitat structure in determining patch selection2005
Professor Mark Whittingham
Stubble height affects the use of stubble fields by farmland birds2005
Professor Mark Whittingham
The management of crop structure: A general approach to reversing the impacts of agricultural intensification on birds?2005
Professor Mark Whittingham
Warmer springs advance the breeding phenology of golden plovers Pluvialis apricaria and their prey (Tipulidae)2005
Professor Mark Whittingham
Stephen Butler
The effect of limited visibility on vigilance behaviour and speed of predator detection: implications for the conservation of granivorous passerines2004
Professor Mark Whittingham
The effects of habitat structure on predation risk of birds in agricultural landscapes2004
Professor Mark Whittingham
The effects of habitat structure on predation risk of birds in agricultural landscapes.2004
Claire Devereux
Professor Mark Whittingham
The effects of sward height, density and drainage on starlings and lapwings foraging on grassland habitats2004
Professor Mark Whittingham
Use of unimproved and improved lowland grassland by wintering birds in the UK.2004
Professor Mark Whittingham
Do habitat association models have any generality? Predicting skylark abundance Alauda arvensis in different regions of southern England2003
Professor Mark Whittingham
Good foragers can also be good detectors2003
Professor Mark Whittingham
What makes free-range broiler chickens range?2003
Professor Mark Whittingham
Nest-site selection by golden plover: why do shorebirds avoid nesting on slopes?2002
Professor Mark Whittingham
The influence of substrate on the functional response of an avian granivore and its implications for farmland bird conservation2002
Professor Mark Whittingham
The selection of stubble fields by wintering granivorous birds reflects vegetation cover and food abundance2002
Professor Mark Whittingham
Use of field margins by foraging yellowhammers Emberiza citrinella2002
Professor Mark Whittingham
Widespread local house-sparrow extinctions2002
Professor Mark Whittingham
Chaffinch Fringilla coelebs foraging patterns, nestling survival and territory distribution on lowland farmland2001
Professor Mark Whittingham
Effects of human approaches to nests of northern New Zealand dotterels2001
Professor Mark Whittingham
Foraging habitat selection by yellowhammers Emberiza citrinella nesting in agriculturally contrasting regions in lowland England2001
Professor Mark Whittingham
Habitat selection by golden plover Pluvialis apricaria chicks2001
Professor Mark Whittingham
Habitat characteristics affecting use of lowland agricultural grasslands by birds in winter2000
Professor Mark Whittingham
Time budgets and foraging of breeding golden plover Pluvialis apricaria2000
Professor Mark Whittingham
Evaluation of radiotelemetry methods in measuring habitat choice by young Golden Plover Pluvialis apricaria chicks1999
Professor Mark Whittingham
Night-time activity by Golden Plover Pluvialis apricaria chicks1999
Professor Mark Whittingham
Notes on the ecology, conservation and taxonomic status of the Hylorchilus wrens1993