Paul M. Ramsay
Paul M. Ramsay
Associate Professor of Ecology, University of Plymouth
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Does macrophyte fractal complexity drive invertebrate diversity, biomass and body size distributions?
L McAbendroth, PM Ramsay, A Foggo, SD Rundle, DT Bilton
Oikos 111 (2), 279-290, 2005
Plant functional types: an alternative to taxonomic plant community description in biogeography?
JC Duckworth, M Kent, PM Ramsay
Progress in Physical Geography 24 (4), 515-542, 2000
The growth form composition of plant communities in the Ecuadorian páramos
PM Ramsay, ERB Oxley
Plant Ecology 131 (2), 173-192, 1997
How wide to cast the net? Cross‐taxon congruence of species richness, community similarity and indicator taxa in ponds
DT Bilton, L Mcabendroth, A Bedford, PM Ramsay
Freshwater Biology 51 (3), 578-590, 2006
Fire temperatures and postfire plant community dynamics in Ecuadorian grass páramo
PM Ramsay, ERB Oxley
Vegetatio 124 (2), 129-144, 1996
Diversity of zonal páramo plant communities in Ecuador
P Sklenár, PM Ramsay
Diversity and Distributions 7 (3), 113-124, 2001
The páramo vegetation of Ecuador: the community ecology, dynamics and productivity of tropical grasslands in the Andes
PM Ramsay
University of Wales(U. C. N. W., Bangor: Biological Sciences), 1992
Can taxonomic distinctness assess anthropogenic impacts in inland waters? A case study from a Mediterranean river basin
P Abellán, DT Bilton, A Millán, D Sánchez‐Fernández, PM Ramsay
Freshwater Biology 51 (9), 1744-1756, 2006
A rapid method for estimating biomass size spectra of benthic metazoan communities
PM Ramsay, SD Rundle, MJ Attrill, MG Uttley, PR Williams, PS Elsmere, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 54 (8), 1716-1724, 1997
Ecology and conservation status of temporary and fluctuating ponds in two areas of southern England
DT Bilton, LC McAbendroth, P Nicolet, A Bedford, SD Rundle, A Foggo, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 19 (2), 134-146, 2009
An assessment of aboveground net primary productivity in Andean grasslands of central Ecuador
PM Ramsay, ERB Oxley
Mountain Research and Development 21 (2), 161-167, 2001
An estuarine biodiversity hot-spot
MJ Attrill, PM Ramsay, RM Thomas, MW Trett
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 76 (1 …, 1996
Using ecosystem engineers as tools in habitat restoration and rewilding: beaver and wetlands
A Law, MJ Gaywood, KC Jones, P Ramsay, NJ Willby
Science of the Total Environment 605, 1021-1030, 2017
Changes in high-altitude Polylepis forest cover and quality in the Cordillera de Vilcanota, Perú, 1956–2005
JS Jameson, PM Ramsay
Biological Conservation 138 (1-2), 38-46, 2007
Predictive modelling of leopard predation using contextual G lobal P ositioning S ystem cluster analysis
RT Pitman, LH Swanepoel, PM Ramsay
Journal of Zoology 288 (3), 222-230, 2012
Spatial patterns of the ant Crematogaster scutellaris in a model ecosystem
G Santini, PM Ramsay, L Tucci, L Ottonetti, F Frizzi
Ecological Entomology 36 (5), 625-634, 2011
The zonal páramo vegetation of Volcán Chiles
PM Ramsay
The Ecology of Volcán Chiles: high-altitude ecosystems on the Ecuador …, 2001
Taxonomic, morphological and structural surrogates for the rapid assessment of vegetation
PM Ramsay, M Kent, CL Reid, JC Duckworth
Journal of Vegetation Science 17 (6), 747-754, 2006
Management of biodiversity and land use in southern Peru
C Aucca, PM Ramsay
Mountain Research and Development 25 (3), 287-289, 2005
Global Positioning System‐located kills and faecal samples: a comparison of leopard dietary estimates
RT Pitman, J Mulvaney, PM Ramsay, E Jooste, LH Swanepoel
Journal of Zoology 292 (1), 18-24, 2014
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