Madeleine Barton
Madeleine Barton
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Antagonistic selection between adult thorax and wing size in field released Drosophila melanogaster independent of thermal conditions
AA Hoffmann, E Ratna, CM Sgro, M Barton, M Blacket, R Hallas, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 20 (6), 2219-2227, 2007
502007
Co-gradient variation in growth rate and development time of a broadly distributed butterfly
M Barton, P Sunnucks, M Norgate, N Murray, M Kearney
PLoS One 9 (4), e95258, 2014
242014
Mechanistic models for predicting insect responses to climate change
JL Maino, JD Kong, AA Hoffmann, MG Barton, MR Kearney
Current opinion in insect science 17, 81-86, 2016
212016
Behavioural thermoregulation and the relative roles of convection and radiation in a basking butterfly
M Barton, W Porter, M Kearney
Journal of Thermal Biology 41, 65-71, 2014
192014
Complex responses of global insect pests to climate warming
P Lehmann, T Ammunét, M Barton, A Battisti, SD Eigenbrode, JU Jepsen, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 18 (3), 141-150, 2020
152020
Physiological variation of insects in agricultural landscapes: potential impacts of climate change
JS Terblanche, M Karsten, KA Mitchell, MG Barton, P Gibert
Climate change and insect pests 8, 92, 2015
152015
Predicting performance and survival across topographically heterogeneous landscapes: the global pest insect Helicoverpa armigera (Hübner, 1808) (Lepidoptera …
MG Barton, JS Terblanche
Austral Entomology 53 (3), 249-258, 2014
132014
Pollinators can prefer rewarding models to mimics: consequences for the assumptions of Batesian floral mimicry
M de Jager, E Newman, G Theron, P Botha, M Barton, B Anderson
Plant systematics and evolution 302 (4), 409-418, 2016
102016
Incorporating temperature and precipitation extremes into process-based models of African lepidoptera changes the predicted distribution under climate change
MG Barton, JS Terblanche, BJ Sinclair
Ecological Modelling 394, 53-65, 2019
82019
Spatial scale, topography and thermoregulatory behaviour interact when modelling species’ thermal niches
MG Barton, S Clusella‐Trullas, JS Terblanche
Ecography 42 (2), 376-389, 2019
82019
Population dynamics of Eldana saccharina Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae): application of a biophysical model to understand phenological variation in an …
E Kleynhans, MG Barton, DE Conlong, JS Terblanche
Bulletin of entomological research 108 (3), 283-294, 2018
52018
Complex responses of global insect pests to climate change
P Lehmann, T Ammunet, M Barton, A Battisti, SD Eigenbrode, JU Jepsen, ...
bioRxiv, 425488, 2018
42018
Identifying critical research gaps that limit control options for invertebrate pests in Australian grain production systems
S Macfadyen, M Moradi‐Vajargah, P Umina, A Hoffmann, M Nash, ...
Austral Entomology 58 (1), 9-26, 2019
12019
A synthesis for managing invasions and pest risks simultaneously for tephritid fruit flies in South Africa
M Karsten, M Barton, P Addison, MF Addison, JS Terblanche
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 166 (5), 344-356, 2018
12018
Impacts of sampling effort on estimating abundance of the aphid Sipha flava (Forbes) in sugarcane in Mazabuka, Zambia.
S Thomas, DE Conlong, MG Barton, DM McElligott, G Maher, ...
Proceedings of the Annual Congress-South African Sugar Technologists …, 2018
12018
RE: Inadequate assumptions undermine efforts to forecast climate change-induced crop losses to pests
G Kalinkat, T Ammunét, M Barton, A Battisti, SD Eigenbrode, JU Jepsen, ...
2019
The effect of oxygen limitation on a xylophagous insect’s heat tolerance is influenced by life-stage through variation in aerobic scope and respiratory anatomy.
M Javal, S Thomas, P Lehmann, MG Barton, DE Conlong, A Du Plessis, ...
Frontiers in Physiology 10, 1426, 2019
2019
Improving Respirometry Equations for Robust Estimates of Metabolic Rate Across Diverse and Extreme Experimental Gas Conditions
MD Mccue, M Barton, JS Terblanche
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 58, E150-E150, 2018
2018
Understanding the impacts of climate change on agricultural insect pests across Africa
MG Barton, J Terblanche
2016 International Congress of Entomology, 2016
2016
What would happen if we used physiological tolerances to design protected areas? Implications of politics and climate change for conservation planning
BJ Sinclair, MG Barton, ML Mcfarlane, JS Terblanche
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 55, E168-E168, 2015
2015
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