Richard Fox
Richard Fox
Associate Director Recording and Monitoring, Butterfly Conservation UK
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The distributions of a wide range of taxonomic groups are expanding polewards
R Hickling, DB Roy, JK Hill, R Fox, CD Thomas
Global Change Biology 12 (3), 450-455, 2006
Rapid responses of British butterflies to opposing forces of climate and habitat change
MS Warren, JK Hill, JA Thomas, J Asher, R Fox, B Huntley, DB Roy, ...
Nature 414 (6859), 65-69, 2001
Comparative losses of British butterflies, birds, and plants and the global extinction crisis
JA Thomas, MG Telfer, DB Roy, CD Preston, JJD Greenwood, J Asher, ...
Science 303 (5665), 1879-1881, 2004
The millennium atlas of butterflies in Britain and Ireland
J Asher, M Warren, R Fox, P Harding, G Jeffcoate, S Jeffcoate
The millennium atlas of butterflies in Britain and Ireland, 2001
Prioritizing multiple-use landscapes for conservation: methods for large multi-species planning problems
A Moilanen, AMA Franco, RI Early, R Fox, B Wintle, CD Thomas
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1575), 1885-1891, 2005
Responses of butterflies to twentieth century climate warming: implications for future ranges.
JK Hill, CD Thomas, R Fox, MG Telfer, SG Willis, J Asher, B Huntley
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 269 (1505), 2163, 2002
Rapid declines of common, widespread British moths provide evidence of an insect biodiversity crisis
KF Conrad, MS Warren, R Fox, MS Parsons, IP Woiwod
Biological Conservation 132 (3), 279-291, 2006
Species richness changes lag behind climate change
R Menéndez, AG Megías, JK Hill, B Braschler, SG Willis, Y Collingham, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1593), 1465-1470, 2006
Impacts of climate warming and habitat loss on extinctions at species' low‐latitude range boundaries
A Franco, JK Hill, C Kitschke, YC Collingham, DB Roy, R Fox, B Huntley, ...
Global Change Biology 12 (8), 1545-1553, 2006
Species richness declines and biotic homogenisation have slowed down for NW‐European pollinators and plants
LG Carvalheiro, WE Kunin, P Keil, J Aguirre‐Gutiérrez, WN Ellis, R Fox, ...
Ecology Letters 16, 870–878, 2013
Spatial patterns in species distributions reveal biodiversity change
RJ Wilson, CD Thomas, R Fox, DB Roy, WE Kunin
Nature 432 (7015), 393-396, 2004
The decline of moths in Great Britain: a review of possible causes
R Fox
Insect Conservation and Diversity 6, 5-19, 2013
Impacts of landscape structure on butterfly range expansion
JK Hill, YC Collingham, CD Thomas, DS Blakeley, R Fox, D Moss, ...
Ecology Letters 4 (4), 313-321, 2001
Pollination by nocturnal Lepidoptera, and the effects of light pollution: a review
CJ Macgregor, MJO Pocock, R Fox, DM Evans
Ecological Entomology 40, 187–198, 2015
Protected areas facilitate species’ range expansions
CD Thomas, PK Gillingham, RB Bradbury, DB Roy, BJ Anderson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (35), 14063-14068, 2012
Assisted colonization in a changing climate: a test‐study using two UK butterflies
SG Willis, JK Hill, CD Thomas, DB Roy, R Fox, DS Blakeley, B Huntley
Conservation Letters 2 (1), 46-52, 2009
Long-term population trends in widespread British moths
KF Conrad, IP Woiwod, M Parsons, R Fox, MS Warren
Journal of Insect Conservation 8 (2), 119-136, 2004
Long‐term changes to the frequency of occurrence of British moths are consistent with opposing and synergistic effects of climate and land‐use changes
R Fox, TH Oliver, C Harrower, MS Parsons, CD Thomas, DB Roy
Journal of Applied Ecology 51, 949-957, 2014
Temperature-Dependent Alterations in Host Use Drive Rapid Range Expansion in a Butterfly
RM Pateman, JK Hill, DB Roy, R Fox, CD Thomas
Science 336, 1028-1030, 2012
The State of Britain’s Larger Moths 2013
R Fox, MS Parsons, JW Chapman, IP Woiwod, MS Warren, DR Brooks
Butterfly Conservation and Rothamsted Research, 2013
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