Matt Hill
Matt Hill
Data61, CSIRO
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A predicted niche shift corresponds with increased thermal resistance in an invasive mite, Halotydeus destructor
MP Hill, SL Chown, AA Hoffmann
Global Ecology and Biogeography 22 (8), 942-951, 2013
802013
Understanding niche shifts: using current and historical data to model the invasive redlegged earth mite, Halotydeus destructor
MP Hill, AA Hoffmann, S Macfadyen, PA Umina, J Elith
Diversity and Distributions 18 (2), 191-203, 2012
572012
Functional responses can unify invasion ecology
JTA Dick, ME Alexander, A Ricciardi, C Laverty, PO Downey, M Xu, ...
Biological invasions 19 (5), 1667-1672, 2017
482017
Niche overlap of congeneric invaders supports a single-species hypothesis and provides insight into future invasion risk: implications for global management of the Bactrocera …
MP Hill, JS Terblanche
PloS one 9 (2), e90121, 2014
452014
A global assessment of climatic niche shifts and human influence in insect invasions
MP Hill, B Gallardo, JS Terblanche
Global ecology and biogeography 26 (6), 679-689, 2017
412017
Predicted decrease in global climate suitability masks regional complexity of invasive fruit fly species response to climate change
MP Hill, C Bertelsmeier, S Clusella-Trullas, J Garnas, MP Robertson, ...
Biological Invasions 18 (4), 1105-1119, 2016
362016
Predicting the spread of Aedes albopictus in Australia under current and future climates: Multiple approaches and datasets to incorporate potential evolutionary …
MP Hill, JK Axford, AA Hoffmann
Austral ecology 39 (4), 469-478, 2014
362014
From species distributions to climate change adaptation: knowledge gaps in managing invertebrate pests in broad-acre grain crops
S Macfadyen, G McDonald, MP Hill
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 253, 208-219, 2018
352018
Broad spectrum pesticide application alters natural enemy communities and may facilitate secondary pest outbreaks
MP Hill, S Macfadyen, MA Nash
PeerJ 5, e4179, 2017
272017
Drosophila as models to understand the adaptive process during invasion
P Gibert, M Hill, M Pascual, C Plantamp, JS Terblanche, A Yassin, ...
Biological invasions 18 (4), 1089-1103, 2016
262016
Drivers, impacts, mechanisms and adaptation in insect invasions
MP Hill, S Clusella-Trullas, JS Terblanche, DM Richardson
Biological Invasions 18 (4), 883-891, 2016
222016
Distribution of cryptic blue oat mite species in Australia: current and future climate conditions.
MP Hill, AA Hoffmann, SA McColl, PA Umina
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 14 (2), 127-137, 2012
202012
Species distribution modelling in predicting response to climate change
MP Hill, LJ Thomson, C Björkman, P Niemelä
Climate Change and Insect Pests. CAB International, Wallingford, Oxfordshire …, 2015
152015
Genetic analysis along an invasion pathway reveals endemic cryptic taxa, but a single species with little population structure in the introduced range
MP Hill, AA Hoffmann, PA Umina, X Cheng, AD Miller
Diversity and Distributions 22 (1), 57-72, 2016
142016
The distribution, abundance and life cycle of the pest mites Balaustium medicagoense (Prostigmata: Erythraeidae) and Bryobia spp. (Prostigmata: Tetranychidae …
AL Arthur, AR Weeks, MP Hill, AA Hoffmann
Australian Journal of Entomology 50 (1), 22-36, 2011
142011
Fictional responses from Vonesh et al.
JTA Dick, ME Alexander, A Ricciardi, C Laverty, PO Downey, M Xu, ...
Biological Invasions 19 (5), 1677-1678, 2017
102017
Climate, human influence and the distribution limits of the invasive European earwig, Forficula auricularia, in Australia
MP Hill, M Binns, PA Umina, AA Hoffmann, S Macfadyen
Pest management science 75 (1), 134-143, 2019
92019
Divergent thermal specialisation of two South African entomopathogenic nematodes
MP Hill, AP Malan, JS Terblanche
PeerJ 3, e1023, 2015
82015
Climate change expected to drive habitat loss for two key herbivore species in an alpine environment
M Parida, AA Hoffmann, MP Hill
Journal of Biogeography 42 (7), 1210-1221, 2015
82015
Assessing the current and future biological control potential of Trichogramma ostriniae on its hosts Ostrinia furnacalis and Ostrinia nubilalis
LH Wu, MP Hill, LJ Thomson, AA Hoffmann
Pest management science 74 (6), 1513-1523, 2018
62018
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