Tom H.E. Mason
Tom H.E. Mason
Natural England
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Predicting potential responses to future climate in an alpine ungulate: interspecific interactions exceed climate effects
THE Mason, PA Stephens, M Apollonio, SG Willis
Global change biology 20 (12), 3872-3882, 2014
The behavioral trade-off between thermoregulation and foraging in a heat-sensitive species.
THE Mason, F Brivio, PA Stephens, M Apollonio, S Grignolio
Behavioral Ecology, 2017
Wicked conflict: Using wicked problem thinking for holistic management of conservation conflict
THE Mason, CRJ Pollard, D Chimalakonda, AM Guerrero, C Kerr‐Smith, ...
Conservation letters 11 (6), e12460, 2018
Environmental change and long-term body mass declines in an alpine mammal
THE Mason, M Apollonio, R Chirichella, SG Willis, PA Stephens
Frontiers in Zoology 11, 1-14, 2014
The changing environment of conservation conflict: geese and farming in Scotland
THE Mason, A Keane, SM Redpath, N Bunnefeld
Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (2), 651-662, 2018
Functional responses in animal movement explain spatial heterogeneity in animal–habitat relationships
THE Mason, D Fortin
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (4), 960-971, 2017
Contrasting life histories in neighbouring populations of a large mammal
THE Mason, R Chirichella, SA Richards, PA Stephens, SG Willis, ...
PloS one 6 (11), e28002, 2011
Time series analysis reveals synchrony and asynchrony between conflict management effort and increasing large grazing bird populations in northern Europe
JJ Cusack, AB Duthie, OS Rakotonarivo, RA Pozo, THE Mason, ...
Conservation letters 12 (1), e12450, 2019
The influence of different aspects of grouse moorland management on nontarget bird assemblages
NA Littlewood, THE Mason, M Hughes, R Jaques, MJ Whittingham, ...
Ecology and evolution 9 (19), 11089-11101, 2019
Contrasting effects of climate change on Alpine chamois
R Chirichella, PA Stephens, THE Mason, M Apollonio
The Journal of Wildlife Management 85 (1), 109-120, 2021
Intraseasonal variation in reproductive effort: young males finish last
THE Mason, PA Stephens, SG Willis, R Chirichella, M Apollonio, ...
The American Naturalist 180 (6), 823-830, 2012
Weather radars' role in biodiversity monitoring
J Shamoun-Baranes, S Bauer, JW Chapman, P Desmet, AM Dokter, ...
Science 372 (6539), 248-248, 2021
Using indices of species’ potential range to inform conservation status
THE Mason, PA Stephens, G Gilbert, RE Green, JD Wilson, K Jennings, ...
Ecological Indicators 123, 107343, 2021
Robust predictive performance of indicator species despite different co-occurrence patterns of birds in natural and managed boreal forests
Q Zhao, THE Mason, ET Azeria, ML Le Blanc, J Lemaître, F Barnier, ...
Forest ecology and management 397, 108-116, 2017
Emerging conflict between conservation programmes: when a threatened vertebrate facilitates the dispersal of exotic species in a rare plant community
M Sigaud, THE Mason, F Barnier, SG Cherry, D Fortin
Animal Conservation 23 (6), 660-669, 2020
Meteorological data policies needed to support biodiversity monitoring with weather radar
J Shamoun-Baranes, S Bauer, JW Chapman, P Desmet, AM Dokter, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 103 (4), E1234-E1242, 2022
The role of risk perception and affect in predicting support for conservation policy under rapid ecosystem change
FAV St John, THE Mason, N Bunnefeld
Conservation science and practice 3 (2), e316, 2021
Explaining and predicting animal migration under global change
C Howard, THE Mason, SR Baillie, J Border, CM Hewson, AI Houston, ...
Diversity and Distributions, 2023
The importance of direct and indirect trophic interactions in determining the presence of a locally rare day-flying moth
HM O’Neill, SD Twiss, PA Stephens, THE Mason, N Ryrholm, J Burman
Oecologia 198 (2), 531-542, 2022
Life-history, demography and behaviour of the Alpine chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra): the role of climate and environmental change
Durham University, 2013
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