|Why do we still use stepwise modelling in ecology and behaviour?|
MJ Whittingham, PA Stephens, RB Bradbury, RP Freckleton
Journal of animal ecology 75 (5), 1182-1189, 2006
|The second silent spring?|
JR Krebs, JD Wilson, RB Bradbury, GM Siriwardena
Nature 400 (6745), 611-612, 1999
|A review of the abundance and diversity of invertebrate and plant foods of granivorous birds in northern Europe in relation to agricultural change|
JD Wilson, AJ Morris, BE Arroyo, SC Clark, RB Bradbury
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 75 (1-2), 13-30, 1999
|UK National Ecosystem Assessment: understanding nature's value to society. Synthesis of key findings|
R Watson, S Albon, R Aspinall, M Austen, B Bardgett, I Bateman, P Berry, ...
Information Press, 2011
|The role of agri-environment schemes and farm management practices in reversing the decline of farmland birds in England|
JA Vickery, RB Bradbury, IG Henderson, MA Eaton, PV Grice
Biological conservation 119 (1), 19-39, 2004
|The selection of stubble fields by wintering granivorous birds reflects vegetation cover and food abundance|
D Moorcroft, MJ Whittingham, RB Bradbury, JD Wilson
Journal of Applied Ecology, 535-547, 2002
|The management of crop structure: a general approach to reversing the impacts of agricultural intensification on birds?|
JD Wilson, MJ Whittingham, RB Bradbury
Ibis 147 (3), 453-463, 2005
|Habitat associations and breeding success of yellowhammers on lowland farmland|
RB Bradbury, A Kyrkos, AJ Morris, SC Clark, AJ Perkins, JD Wilson
Journal of Applied Ecology 37 (5), 789-805, 2000
|Mechanisms underpinning climatic impacts on natural populations: altered species interactions are more important than direct effects|
N Ockendon, DJ Baker, JA Carr, EC White, REA Almond, T Amano, ...
Global change biology 20 (7), 2221-2229, 2014
|Modelling relationships between birds and vegetation structure using airborne LiDAR data: a review with case studies from agricultural and woodland environments|
RB Bradbury, RA Hill, DC Mason, SA Hinsley, JD Wilson, H Balzter, ...
Ibis 147 (3), 443-452, 2005
|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
|Widespread local house-sparrow extinctions|
DG Hole, MJ Whittingham, RB Bradbury, GQA Anderson, PLM Lee, ...
Nature 418 (6901), 931-932, 2002
|Habitat characteristics affecting use of lowland agricultural grassland by birds in winter|
AJ Perkins, MJ Whittingham, RB Bradbury, JD Wilson, AJ Morris, ...
Biological Conservation 95 (3), 279-294, 2000
|Brain size and resource specialization predict long-term population trends in British birds|
S Shultz, R B. Bradbury, K L. Evans, R D. Gregory, T M. Blackburn
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1578), 2305-2311, 2005
|TESSA: A toolkit for rapid assessment of ecosystem services at sites of biodiversity conservation importance|
KSH Peh, A Balmford, RB Bradbury, C Brown, SHM Butchart, ...
Ecosystem Services 5, 51-57, 2013
|Diet, maternal condition, and offspring sex ratio in the zebra finch, Poephila guttata|
RB Bradbury, JK Blakey
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1998
|A framework for assessing threats and benefits to species responding to climate change|
CD Thomas, JK Hill, BJ Anderson, S Bailey, CM Beale, RB Bradbury, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2 (2), 125-142, 2011
|Foraging habitat selection by yellowhammers (Emberiza citrinella) nesting in agriculturally contrasting regions in lowland England|
AJ Morris, MJ Whittingham, RB Bradbury, JD Wilson, A Kyrkos, ...
Biological Conservation 101 (2), 197-210, 2001
|Observed and predicted effects of climate change on species abundance in protected areas|
A Johnston, M Ausden, AM Dodd, RB Bradbury, DE Chamberlain, ...
Nature Climate Change 3 (12), 1055-1061, 2013
|Wildlife-friendly farming benefits rare birds, bees and plants|
RF Pywell, MS Heard, RB Bradbury, S Hinsley, M Nowakowski, KJ Walker, ...
Biology letters 8 (5), 772-775, 2012