Patricia Sutcliffe
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Predicting species distributions for conservation decisions
A Guisan, R Tingley, JB Baumgartner, I Naujokaitis‐Lewis, PR Sutcliffe, ...
Ecology letters 16 (12), 1424-1435, 2013
Seabed biodiversity on the continental shelf of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area
CR Pitcher
CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, 2007
CO I barcoding reveals new clades and radiation patterns of Indo-Pacific sponges of the family Irciniidae (Demospongiae: Dictyoceratida)
J Pöppe, P Sutcliffe, JNA Hooper, G Wörheide, D Erpenbeck
PLoS One 5 (4), e9950, 2010
Horny sponges and their affairs: On the phylogenetic relationships of keratose sponges
D Erpenbeck, P Sutcliffe, SC Cook, A Dietzel, M Maldonado, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 63 (3), 809-816, 2012
Conservation planners tend to ignore improved accuracy of modelled species distributions to focus on multiple threats and ecological processes
AIT Tulloch, P Sutcliffe, I Naujokaitis-Lewis, R Tingley, L Brotons, ...
Biological Conservation 199, 157-171, 2016
Working with the Dying and Bereaved
P Sutcliffe, U Cornish, G Tufnell
Macmillan, 1998
Insights into the evolution of freshwater sponges (Porifera: Demospongiae: Spongillina): barcoding and phylogenetic data from Lake Tanganyika endemics indicate multiple …
D Erpenbeck, T Weier, NJ De Voogd, G Wörheide, P Sutcliffe, JA Todd, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 61 (1), 231-236, 2011
The effectiveness of marine reserve systems constructed using different surrogates of biodiversity
PR Sutcliffe, CJ Klein, CR Pitcher, HP Possingham
Conservation biology 29 (3), 657-667, 2015
A review of selection‐based tests of abiotic surrogates for species representation
P Beier, P Sutcliffe, J Hjort, DP Faith, RL Pressey, F Albuquerque
Conservation Biology 29 (3), 668-679, 2015
Biological surrogacy in tropical seabed assemblages fails
PR Sutcliffe, CR Pitcher, MJ Caley, HP Possingham
Ecological Applications 22 (6), 1762-1771, 2012
Multi-Skyrmions with vector mesons
P Sutcliffe
Physical Review D 79 (8), 085014, 2009
The most common sponges on the Great Barrier Reef seabed, Australia, include species new to science (Phylum Porifera)
PR Sutcliffe, JNA Hooper, CR Pitcher
Zootaxa 2616 (1), 1-30, 2010
The Beatles' Shadow: Stuart Sutcliffe & His Lonely Hearts Club
P Sutcliffe
Pan Macmillan, 2016
Evolution, radiation and chemotaxonomy of Lamellodysidea, a demosponge genus with anti-plasmodial metabolites
D Erpenbeck, JNA Hooper, I Bonnard, P Sutcliffe, M Chandra, P Perio, ...
Marine biology 159 (5), 1119-1127, 2012
Regional‐scale patterns and predictors of species richness and abundance across twelve major tropical inter‐reef taxa
PR Sutcliffe, C Mellin, CR Pitcher, HP Possingham, MJ Caley
Ecography 37 (2), 162-171, 2014
CO I barcoding reveals new clades and radiation patterns of indo-pacific sponges of the family Irciniidae (Demospongiae: Dictyoceratida)
J Poppe, P Sutcliffe, JNA Hooper, G Worheide, D Erpenbeck
Plos One 5 (4), e9950-e9950, 2010
Affinities of sponges (Porifera) of the Marquesas and Society Islands, French Polynesia
KA Hall, PR Sutcliffe, JNA Hooper, A Alencar, J Vacelet, A Pisera, S Petek, ...
Pacific Science 67 (4), 493-512, 2013
Biodiversity assessment in the Lower Mekong basin: first record of the genus Oncosclera (Porifera: Spongillina: Potamolepidae) from the Oriental Region
R Manconi, N Ruengsawang, FD Ledda, C Hanjavanit, N Sangpradub
Zootaxa 3544 (1), 41-51, 2012
Backbeat: Stuart Sutcliffe: The Lost Beatle
A Clayson, P Sutcliffe
Pan, 1994
The Relevance of Tears: Reconstructing the Mourning Process from a Systemic Perspective
P Sutcliffe, G Tufnell
Working with the Dying and Bereaved, 27-58, 1998
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