James Pearce-Higgins
James Pearce-Higgins
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Phenological sensitivity to climate across taxa and trophic levels
SJ Thackeray, PA Henrys, D Hemming, JR Bell, MS Botham, S Burthe, ...
Nature 535 (7611), 241-245, 2016
3552016
The distribution of breeding birds around upland wind farms
JW Pearce‐Higgins, L Stephen, RHW Langston, IP Bainbridge, ...
Journal of Applied ecology 46 (6), 1323-1331, 2009
2722009
Mechanisms underpinning climatic impacts on natural populations: altered species interactions are more important than direct effects
N Ockendon, DJ Baker, JA Carr, EC White, REA Almond, T Amano, ...
Global change biology 20 (7), 2221-2229, 2014
1872014
Greater impacts of wind farms on bird populations during construction than subsequent operation: results of a multi‐site and multi‐species analysis
JW Pearce‐Higgins, L Stephen, A Douse, RHW Langston
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (2), 386-394, 2012
1742012
Protected areas facilitate species’ range expansions
CD Thomas, PK Gillingham, RB Bradbury, DB Roy, BJ Anderson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (35), 14063-14068, 2012
1722012
Impacts of climate on prey abundance account for fluctuations in a population of a northern wader at the southern edge of its range
JW PEARCE‐HIGGINS, P Dennis, MJ Whittingham, DW Yalden
Global Change Biology 16 (1), 12-23, 2010
1432010
Map of bird sensitivities to wind farms in Scotland: a tool to aid planning and conservation
J Bright, R Langston, R Bullman, R Evans, S Gardner, J Pearce-Higgins
Biological Conservation 141 (9), 2342-2356, 2008
1422008
More and more generalists: two decades of changes in the European avifauna
I Le Viol, F Jiguet, L Brotons, S Herrando, ┼ Lindstr÷m, ...
Biology letters 8 (5), 780-782, 2012
1372012
Birds and climate change: impacts and conservation responses
JW Pearce-Higgins, RE Green, R Green
Cambridge University Press, 2014
1352014
Warmer springs advance the breeding phenology of golden plovers Pluvialis apricaria and their prey (Tipulidae)
JW Pearce-Higgins, DW Yalden, MJ Whittingham
Oecologia 143 (3), 470-476, 2005
1292005
Disentangling the relative importance of changes in climate and land-use intensity in driving recent bird population trends
SM Eglington, JW Pearce-Higgins
PloS one 7 (3), e30407, 2012
1262012
The effect of recreational disturbance on an upland breeding bird, the golden plover Pluvialis apricaria
SK Finney, JW Pearce-Higgins, DW Yalden
Biological Conservation 121 (1), 53-63, 2005
1262005
Observed and predicted effects of climate change on species abundance in protected areas
A Johnston, M Ausden, AM Dodd, RB Bradbury, DE Chamberlain, ...
Nature Climate Change 3 (12), 1055-1061, 2013
1122013
Relationships between bird abundance and the composition and structure of moorland vegetation
JW Pearce-Higgins, MC Grant
Bird Study 53 (2), 112-125, 2006
1112006
Improving species distribution models: the value of data on abundance
C Howard, PA Stephens, JW Pearce‐Higgins, RD Gregory, SG Willis
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (6), 506-513, 2014
1072014
Drivers of climate change impacts on bird communities
JW Pearce‐Higgins, SM Eglington, B Martay, DE Chamberlain
Journal of Animal Ecology 84 (4), 943-954, 2015
1062015
The contribution of invertebrate taxa to moorland bird diets and the potential implications of land‐use management
GM Buchanan, MC Grant, RA Sanderson, JW PEARCE‐HIGGINS
Ibis 148 (4), 615-628, 2006
922006
A 2017 horizon scan of emerging issues for global conservation and biological diversity
WJ Sutherland, P Barnard, S Broad, M Clout, B Connor, IM C˘tÚ, LV Dicks, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 32 (1), 31-40, 2017
902017
Population decline is linked to migration route in the Common Cuckoo
CM Hewson, K Thorup, JW Pearce-Higgins, PW Atkinson
Nature Communications 7 (1), 1-8, 2016
892016
Habitat selection, diet, arthropod availability and growth of a moorland wader: the ecology of European Golden Plover Pluvialis apricaria chicks
JW Pearce‐Higgins, DW Yalden
Ibis 146 (2), 335-346, 2004
882004
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