Claudia Gray
Claudia Gray
Species Recovery Programme Manager, Zoological Society of London
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Local biodiversity is higher inside than outside terrestrial protected areas worldwide
CL Gray, SLL Hill, T Newbold, LN Hudson, L Börger, S Contu, AJ Hoskins, ...
Nature Communications 7 (1), 1-7, 2016
Higher predation risk for insect prey at low latitudes and elevations
T Roslin, B Hardwick, V Novotny, WK Petry, NR Andrew, A Asmus, ...
Science 356 (6339), 742-744, 2017
The database of the PREDICTS (projecting responses of ecological diversity in changing terrestrial systems) project
LN Hudson, T Newbold, S Contu, SLL Hill, I Lysenko, A De Palma, ...
Ecology and evolution 7 (1), 145-188, 2017
Do riparian reserves support dung beetle biodiversity and ecosystem services in oil palm‐dominated tropical landscapes?
CL Gray, EM Slade, DJ Mann, OT Lewis
Ecology and evolution 4 (7), 1049-1060, 2014
Global patterns of terrestrial assemblage turnover within and among land uses
T Newbold, LN Hudson, SLL Hill, S Contu, CL Gray, JPW Scharlemann, ...
Ecography 39 (12), 1151-1163, 2016
Riparian buffers in tropical agriculture: Scientific support, effectiveness and directions for policy
SH Luke, EM Slade, CL Gray, KV Annammala, J Drewer, J Williamson, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (1), 85-92, 2019
Global conservation of phylogenetic diversity captures more than just functional diversity
NR Owen, R Gumbs, CL Gray, DP Faith
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-3, 2019
Are riparian forest reserves sources of invertebrate biodiversity spillover and associated ecosystem functions in oil palm landscapes?
CL Gray, BI Simmons, TM Fayle, DJ Mann, EM Slade
Biological Conservation 194, 176-183, 2016
Riparian reserves within oil palm plantations conserve logged forest leaf litter ant communities and maintain associated scavenging rates
CL Gray, OT Lewis, AYC Chung, TM Fayle
Journal of Applied Ecology 52 (1), 31-40, 2015
Do riparian forest fragments provide ecosystem services or disservices in surrounding oil palm plantations?
CL Gray, OT Lewis
Basic and Applied Ecology 15 (8), 693-700, 2014
Tetrapods on the EDGE: overcoming data limitations to identify phylogenetic conservation priorities
R Gumbs, CL Gray, OR Wearn, NR Owen
PLoS One 13 (4), e0194680, 2018
A global assessment of amphibian taxonomic effort and expertise
ASL Rodrigues, CL Gray, BJ Crowter, RM Ewers, SN Stuart, T Whitten, ...
BioScience 60 (10), 798-806, 2010
Global priorities for conservation of reptilian phylogenetic diversity in the face of human impacts
R Gumbs, CL Gray, M Böhm, M Hoffmann, R Grenyer, W Jetz, S Meiri, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-13, 2020
Comparative studies of amphibian cytoplasmic virus strains isolated from the leopard frog, bullfrog, and newt
HF Clark, C Gray, F Fabian, R Zeigel, DT Karzon
Biology of Amphibian Tumors, 310-326, 1969
Tropical dung beetle morphological traits predict functional traits and show intraspecific differences across land uses
EH Raine, CL Gray, DJ Mann, EM Slade
Ecology and Evolution 8 (17), 8686-8696, 2018
From rainforest to oil palm plantations: Shifts in predator population and prey communities, but resistant interactions
O Konopik, CL Gray, TU Grafe, I Steffan-Dewenter, TM Fayle
Global Ecology and Conservation 2, 385-394, 2014
RSPO Manual on Best Management Practices (BMPs) for the management and rehabilitation of riparian reserves
H Barclay, CL Gray, SH Luke, A Nainar, JL Snaddon, EC Turner
Kuala Lumpur, 2017
Designing oil palm landscapes to retain biodiversity using insights from a key ecological indicator group
CL Gray, EM Slade, DJ Mann, OT Lewis
BioRxiv, 204347, 2017
Effect of human disturbance on arthropod diversity at Kirindy Forest, Western Madagascar
C Gray, E Jongepier
Tropical Biology Assessment, 9-10, 2008
Do riparian reserves support dung beetle biodiversity and ecosystem services in oil palm-dominated tropical landscapes? Ecol. Evol. 4, 1049–1060
CL Gray, EM Slade, DJ Mann, OT Lewis
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