David Bignell
David Bignell
Emeritus Professor of Zoology, Queen Mary University of London OR Exeter OR Edmonton OR Toronto OR
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Soil function in a changing world: the role of invertebrate ecosystem engineers.
P Lavelle, D Bignell, M Lepage, V Wolters, P Roger, P Ineson, OW Heal, ...
Biodiversity inventories, indicator taxa and effects of habitat modification in tropical forest
JH Lawton, DE Bignell, B Bolton, GF Bloemers, P Eggleton, ...
Nature 391 (6662), 72-76, 1998
Interactions between Aboveground and Belowground Biodiversity in Terrestrial Ecosystems: Patterns, Mechanisms, and Feedbacks: We assess the evidence for correlation between …
DU Hooper, DE Bignell, VK Brown, L Brussard, JM Dangerfield, DH Wall, ...
Bioscience 50 (12), 1049-1061, 2000
Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in soil
L Brussaard
Ambio, 563-570, 1997
Termites in ecosystems
DE Bignell, P Eggleton
Termites: evolution, sociality, symbioses, ecology, 363-387, 2000
Global decomposition experiment shows soil animal impacts on decomposition are climate‐dependent
DH Wall, MA Bradford, MG ST. JOHN, JA Trofymow, V Behan‐Pelletier, ...
Global Change Biology 14 (11), 2661-2677, 2008
Influence of termites on ecosystem functioning. Ecosystem services provided by termites
P Jouquet, S Traoré, C Choosai, C Hartmann, D Bignell
European Journal of Soil Biology 47 (4), 215-222, 2011
Gut content analysis and a new feeding group classification of termites
SE Donovan, P Eggleton, DE Bignell
Ecological Entomology 26 (4), 356-366, 2001
Termites: evolution, sociality, symbioses, ecology
T Abe, DE Bignell, M Higashi
Springer Science & Business Media, 2000
The diversity, abundance and biomass of termites under differing levels of disturbance in the Mbalmayo Forest Reserve, southern Cameroon
P Eggleton, DE Bignell, WA Sands, NA Mawdsley, JH Lawton, TG Wood, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 1996
Termite assemblage collapse along a land‐use intensification gradient in lowland central Sumatra, Indonesia
DT Jones, FX Susilo, DE Bignell, S Hardiwinoto, AN Gillison, P Eggleton
Journal of Applied Ecology 40 (2), 380-391, 2003
The species richness of termites (Isoptera) under differing levels of forest disturbance in the Mbalmayo Forest Reserve, southern Cameroon
P Eggleton, DE Bignell, WA Sands, B Waite, TG Wood, JH Lawton
Journal of Tropical Ecology 11 (1), 85-98, 1995
Termite diversity across an anthropogenic disturbance gradient in the humid forest zone of West Africa
P Eggleton, DE Bignell, S Hauser, L Dibog, L Norgrove, B Madong
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 90 (2), 189-202, 2002
Biology of termites: a modern synthesis
DE Bignell, Y Roisin, N Lo
Springer Science & Business Media, 2010
Effects of Global Changes on Above-and Belowground Biodiversity in Terrestrial Ecosystems: Implications for Ecosystem Functioning: We identify the basic types of interaction …
V Wolters, WL Silver, DE Bignell, DC Coleman, P Lavelle, ...
Bioscience 50 (12), 1089-1098, 2000
Detritivory, coprophagy, and the evolution of digestive mutualisms in Dictyoptera
CA Nalepa, DE Bignell, C Bandi
Insectes Sociaux 48, 194-201, 2001
Termites: evolution, sociality, symbioses
T Abe, DE Bignell, M Higashi
Ecology 466, 2000
Nitrogen and carbon isotope ratios in termites: an indicator of trophic habit along the gradient from wood‐feeding to soil‐feeding
I Tayasu, T Abe, P Eggleton, DE Bignell
Ecological Entomology 22 (3), 343-351, 1997
Termites as mediators of carbon fluxes in tropical forest: budgets for carbon dioxide and methane emissions
DE Bignell, P Eggleton, L Nunes, KL Thomas
Forests and insects 109, 1997
Molecular phylogenetic profiling of prokaryotic communities in guts of termites with different feeding habits
A Brauman, J Doré, P Eggleton, D Bignell, JA Breznak, MD Kane
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 35 (1), 27-36, 2001
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