Robert S C Cooke
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Climate resilience in marine protected areas and the ‘Protection Paradox’
AE Bates, RSC Cooke, MI Duncan, GJ Edgar, JF Bruno, ...
Biological Conservation 236, 305-314, 2019
612019
Projected losses of global mammal and bird ecological strategies
RSC Cooke, F Eigenbrod, AE Bates
Nature Communications 10, 2279, 2019
572019
Global trade‐offs of functional redundancy and functional dispersion for birds and mammals
RSC Cooke, AE Bates, F Eigenbrod
Global ecology and biogeography 28 (4), 484-495, 2019
422019
Improving generation length estimates for the IUCN Red List
RSC Cooke, TC Gilbert, P Riordan, D Mallon
PloS one 13 (1), e0191770, 2018
112018
Ecological distinctiveness of birds and mammals at the global scale
RSC Cooke, F Eigenbrod, AE Bates
Global Ecology and Conservation 22, e00970, 2020
102020
iucn_sim: a new program to simulate future extinctions based on IUCN threat status
T Andermann, S Faurby, R Cooke, D Silvestro, A Antonelli
Ecography 44 (2), 162-176, 2021
62021
Resource partitioning between ungulate populations in arid environments
RSC Cooke, T Woodfine, M Petretto, THG Ezard
Ecology and evolution 6 (17), 6354-6365, 2016
62016
Biological traits of seabirds predict extinction risk and vulnerability to anthropogenic threats
C Richards, RSC Cooke, AE Bates
Global Ecology and Biogeography 30 (5), 973-986, 2021
42021
Regional variability in landscape effects on forest bird communities
R Spake, M Soga, K Kawamura, RSC Cooke, Y Yamaura, F Eigenbrod
Landscape Ecology, 2020
22020
Bycatch mitigation could prevent strong changes in the ecological strategies of seabird communities across the globe
C Richards, RSC Cooke, DE Bowler, K Boerder, AE Bates
bioRxiv, 2021
2021
Species' traits and exposure as a future lens for quantifying seabird bycatch vulnerability in global fisheries
C Richards, RSC Cooke, DE Bowler, K Boerder, AE Bates
bioRxiv, 2021
2021
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