Stephen G Willis
Stephen G Willis
Reader in Ecology, Durham University
Verified email at durham.ac.uk - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
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, 2001
11732001
A climatic atlas of European breeding birds
B Huntley, RE Green, YC Collingham, SG Willis
Lynx Edicions, 2007
5062007
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 of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
4392002
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
3082006
Assessing species vulnerability to climate change
M Pacifici, WB Foden, P Visconti, JEM Watson, SHM Butchart, KM Kovacs, ...
Nature climate change 5 (3), 215, 2015
2912015
An indicator of the impact of climatic change on European bird populations
RD Gregory, SG Willis, F Jiguet, P Vorísek, A Klvanˇova, A van Strien, ...
PloS One 4 (3), e4678, 2009
2522009
Projected impacts of climate change on a continent‐wide protected area network
DG Hole, SG Willis, DJ Pain, LD Fishpool, SHM Butchart, YC Collingham, ...
Ecology letters 12 (5), 420-431, 2009
2492009
Potential impacts of climatic change on European breeding birds
B Huntley, YC Collingham, SG Willis, RE Green
PloS One 3 (1), e1439-e1439, 2008
2412008
Potential impacts of climatic change upon geographical distributions of birds
B Huntley, YC Collingham, RE Green, GM Hilton, C Rahbek, SG Willis
Ibis 148, 8-28, 2006
2292006
Simulating the spread and management of alien riparian weeds: are they out of control?
RA Wadsworth, YC Collingham, SG Willis, B Huntley, PE Hulme
Journal of Applied Ecology 37, 28-38, 2000
1742000
The performance of models relating species geographical distributions to climate is independent of trophic level
B Huntley, RE Green, YC Collingham, JK Hill, SG Willis, PJ Bartlein, ...
Ecology Letters 7 (5), 417-426, 2004
1682004
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
1512009
Conserving mobile species
CA Runge, TG Martin, HP Possingham, SG Willis, RA Fuller
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (7), 395-402, 2014
1482014
Beyond bioclimatic envelopes: dynamic species' range and abundance modelling in the context of climatic change
B Huntley, P Barnard, R Altwegg, L Chambers, BWT Coetzee, L Gibson, ...
Ecography 33 (3), 621-626, 2010
1422010
Performance of climate envelope models in retrodicting recent changes in bird population size from observed climatic change
RE Green, YC Collingham, SG Willis, RD Gregory, KW Smith, B Huntley
Biology Letters 4 (5), 599-602, 2008
1052008
Toward a management framework for networks of protected areas in the face of climate change
DG Hole, B Huntley, J Arinaitwe, SHM Butchart, YC Collingham, ...
Conservation Biology 25 (2), 305-315, 2011
882011
Potential impacts of climatic change on the breeding and non‐breeding ranges and migration distance of European Sylvia warblers
N Doswald, SG Willis, YC Collingham, DJ Pain, RE Green, B Huntley
Journal of Biogeography 36 (6), 1194-1208, 2009
852009
Consistent response of bird populations to climate change on two continents
PA Stephens, LR Mason, RE Green, RD Gregory, JR Sauer, J Alison, ...
Science 352 (6281), 84-87, 2016
822016
Improving species distribution models: the value of data on abundance
C Howard, PA Stephens, JW Pearce‐Higgins, RD Gregory, SG Willis
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (6), 506-513, 2014
742014
Does temperature limit the invasion of Impatiens glandulifera and Heracleum mantegazzianum in the UK?
SG Willis, PE Hulme
Functional Ecology 16 (4), 530-539, 2002
712002
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