Philip Martin
TitleCited byYear
Carbon pools recover more quickly than plant biodiversity in tropical secondary forests
PA Martin, AC Newton, JM Bullock
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 280 (1773 …, 2013
Impacts of tropical selective logging on carbon storage and tree species richness: A meta-analysis
PA Martin, AC Newton, M Pfeifer, MS Khoo, JM Bullock
Forest Ecology and Management 356, 224-233, 2015
A meta‐analysis of functional group responses to forest recovery outside of the tropics
R Spake, THG Ezard, PA Martin, AC Newton, CP Doncaster
Conservation Biology 29 (6), 1695-1703, 2015
What works in conservation 2018
WJ Sutherland, LV Dicks, N Ockendon, SO Petrovan, RK Smith
Open Book Publishers, 2018
Stand dieback and collapse in a temperate forest and its impact on forest structure and biodiversity
PA Martin, AC Newton, E Cantarello, P Evans
Forest Ecology and Management 358, 130-138, 2015
Challenges With Inferring How Land-Use Affects Terrestrial Biodiversity: Study Design, Time, Space and Synthesis
A De Palma, K Sanchez-Ortiz, PA Martin, A Chadwick, G Gilbert, AE Bates, ...
Advances in Ecological Research 58, 163, 2018
Dynamics of avian species and functional diversity in secondary tropical forests
CA Sayer, JM Bullock, PA Martin
Biological Conservation 211, 1-9, 2017
Make EU trade with Brazil sustainable
L Kehoe, T Reis, M Virah-Sawmy, A Balmford, T Kuemmerle
Science 364 (6438), 341, 2019
Quantifying resilience of multiple ecosystem services and biodiversity in a temperate forest landscape
E Cantarello, AC Newton, PA Martin, PM Evans, A Gosal, MS Lucash
Ecology and Evolution, 2017
Thresholds of biodiversity and ecosystem function in a forest ecosystem undergoing dieback
PM Evans, AC Newton, E Cantarello, P Martin, N Sanderson, DL Jones, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 6775, 2017
Impacts of invasive plants on carbon pools depend on both species’ traits and local climate
PA Martin, AC Newton, JM Bullock
Ecology 98 (4), 1026-1035, 2017
Ten‐year assessment of the 100 priority questions for global biodiversity conservation
T Jucker, B Wintle, G Shackelford, P Bocquillon, JL Geffert, T Kasoar, ...
Conservation Biology 32 (6), 1457-1463, 2018
Can we set a global threshold age to define mature forests?
P Martin, M Jung, FQ Brearley, RR Ribbons, ER Lines, AL Jacob
PeerJ 4, e1595, 2016
The biodiversity intactness index may underestimate losses
PA Martin, RE Green, A Balmford
Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1, 2019
Worldwide insect declines: An important message, but interpret with caution
BI Simmons, A Balmford, AJ Bladon, AP Christie, A De Palma, LV Dicks, ...
Ecology and evolution 9 (7), 3678-3680, 2019
Shrubland and heathland conservation: Global Evidence for the Effects of Interventions.
PA Martin, R Rocha, RK Smith, WJ Sutherland
University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, 2017
Building a tool to overcome barriers in research-implementation spaces: The conservation evidence database
WJ Sutherland, NG Taylor, D MacFarlane, T Amano, AP Christie, LV Dicks, ...
Biological Conservation 238, 108199, 2019
Simple study designs in ecology produce inaccurate estimates of biodiversity responses
AP Cristie, T Amano, PA Martin, GE Shackleford, BI Simmons, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology, 2019
Analysis of ecological thresholds in a temperate forest undergoing dieback
P Martin, AC Newton, E Cantarello, PM Evans
PLOS One, 2017
The challenge of heterogeneous evidence in conservation
AP Christie, T Amano, PA Martin, SO Petrovan, GE Shackelford, ...
bioRxiv, 797639, 2019
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