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Madeleine Barton
Madeleine Barton
British Trust for Ornithology
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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
1642020
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
572007
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
402016
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
322014
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
282014
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
222014
Regional and seasonal activity predictions for fall armyworm in Australia
JL Maino, R Schouten, K Overton, R Day, S Ekesi, B Bett, M Barton, ...
Current Research in Insect Science 1, 100010, 2021
212021
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
172019
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
172019
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
172016
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
172015
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
92019
Complex responses of global insect pests to climate change
P Lehmann, T Ammunét, M Barton, A Battisti, SD Eigenbrode, JU Jepsen, ...
bioRxiv, 425488, 2018
82018
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
72019
Population dynamics of Eldana saccharina Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae): application of a biophysical model to understand phenological variation in an agricultural pest
E Kleynhans, MG Barton, DE Conlong, JS Terblanche
Bulletin of entomological research 108 (3), 283-294, 2018
72018
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
22018
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
22018
Combined effects of temperature and population density of Myzus persicae (Hemiptera: Aphididae) on consumption by Harmonia conformis (Coleoptera …
JC Holloway, M Barton, R Wood, HR Parry
Pest Management Science 78 (2), 653-661, 2022
12022
Forecasting impacts of biological control under future climates: mechanistic modelling of an aphid pest and a parasitic wasp
M Barton, H Parry, S Ward, AA Hoffmann, PA Umina, M van Helden, ...
Ecological Modelling 457, 109679, 2021
2021
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, ...
2020
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