Ilya Maclean
Ilya Maclean
Associate Professor of Global Change Biology, University of Exeter
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Travelling through a warming world: climate change and migratory species
RA Robinson, HQP Crick, JA Learmonth, IMD Maclean, CD Thomas, ...
Endangered Species Research 7 (2), 2009
Recent ecological responses to climate change support predictions of high extinction risk
IMD Maclean, RJ Wilson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (30), 12337-12342, 2011
Climate change causes rapid changes in the distribution and site abundance of birds in winter
I MACLEAN, GE Austin, MM Rehfisch, J Blew, O Crowe, S Delany, ...
Global Change Biology 14 (11), 2489-2500, 2008
Recent evidence for the climate change threat to Lepidoptera and other insects
RJ Wilson, IMD Maclean
Journal of Insect Conservation 15 (1-2), 259-268, 2011
Identifying declines in waterbirds: the effects of missing data, population variability and count period on the interpretation of long-term survey data
PW Atkinson, GE Austin, MM Rehfisch, H Baker, P Cranswick, M Kershaw, ...
Biological Conservation 130 (4), 549-559, 2006
Microclimates buffer the responses of plant communities to climate change
IMD Maclean, JJ Hopkins, J Bennie, CR Lawson, RJ Wilson
Global Ecology and Biogeography 24 (11), 1340-1350, 2015
Advances in monitoring and modelling climate at ecologically relevant scales
I Bramer, BJ Anderson, J Bennie, AJ Bladon, P De Frenne, D Hemming, ...
Advances in ecological research 58, 101-161, 2018
England biodiversity strategy–towards adaptation to climate change
RJ Mitchell, MD Morecroft, M Acreman, HQP Crick, M Frost, M Harley, ...
London: Defra, 2007
Extinction risk from climate change is reduced by microclimatic buffering
AJ Suggitt, RJ Wilson, NJB Isaac, CM Beale, AG Auffret, T August, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (8), 713-717, 2018
Fine‐scale climate change: modelling spatial variation in biologically meaningful rates of warming
IMD Maclean, AJ Suggitt, RJ Wilson, JP Duffy, JJ Bennie
Global Change Biology 23 (1), 256-268, 2017
Effects of disturbance and habitat loss on papyrus-dwelling passerines
IMD Maclean, M Hassall, RR Boar, IR Lake
Biological conservation 131 (3), 349-358, 2006
Determinants of woody encroachment and cover in African savannas
AP Devine, RA McDonald, T Quaife, IMD Maclean
Oecologia 183 (4), 939-951, 2017
Climate change and crop exposure to adverse weather: changes to frost risk and grapevine flowering conditions
JR Mosedale, RJ Wilson, IMD Maclean
PloS one 10 (10), e0141218, 2015
Evaluating the statistical power of detecting changes in the abundance of seabirds at sea
IMD Maclean, MM Rehfisch, H Skov, CB Thaxter
Ibis 155 (1), 113-126, 2013
Review of the status of introduced non-native waterbird species in the area of the African-Eurasian Waterbird Agreement: 2007 update
AN Banks, L Wright, IMD Maclean, C Hann, MM Rehfisch
British Trust for Ornithology, 2008
Climate change impacts and adaptive strategies: lessons from the grapevine
JR Mosedale, KE Abernethy, RE Smart, RJ Wilson, IMD Maclean
Global change biology 22 (11), 3814-3828, 2016
Using in situ management to conserve biodiversity under climate change
O Greenwood, HL Mossman, AJ Suggitt, RJ Curtis, IMD Maclean
Journal of Applied Ecology 53 (3), 885-894, 2016
Developing guidance on ornithological cumulative impact assessment for offshore wind farm developers
S King, IMD Maclean, T Norman, A Prior
COWRIE CIBIRD Stage 2, 2009
Seeing the woods for the trees – when is microclimate important in species distribution models?
J Bennie, RJ Wilson, IMD Maclean, AJ Suggitt
Global Change Biology 20 (9), 2699-2700, 2014
Impacts of shellfisheries and nutrient inputs on waterbird communities in the Wash, England
PW Atkinson, IMD Maclean, NA Clark
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (1), 191-199, 2010
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