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Martin Warren
Martin Warren
Chief Executive, Butterfly Conservation
Overená e-mailová adresa na: butterfly-conservation.org
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Poleward shifts in geographical ranges of butterfly species associated with regional warming
C Parmesan, N Ryrholm, C Stefanescu, JK Hill, CD Thomas, H Descimon, ...
Nature 399 (6736), 579-583, 1999
29251999
Rapid responses of British butterflies to opposing forces of climate and habitat change
MS Warren, JK Hill, JA Thomas, J Asher, R Fox, B Huntley, DB Roy, ...
Nature 414 (6859), 65-69, 2001
16472001
The millennium atlas of butterflies in Britain and Ireland.
J Asher, M Warren, R Fox, P Harding, G Jeffcoate, S Jeffcoate
8312001
Red data book of European butterflies (Rhopalocera)
C Van Swaay, M Warren
Council of Europe, 1999
7911999
European red list of butterflies
C van Swaay, A Cuttelod, S Collins, D Maes, ML Munguira, M Šašić, ...
7222010
Rapid declines of common, widespread British moths provide evidence of an insect biodiversity crisis
KF Conrad, MS Warren, R Fox, MS Parsons, IP Woiwod
Biological conservation 132 (3), 279-291, 2006
6532006
Climatic risk atlas of European butterflies
J Settele, O Kudrna, A Harpke, I Kühn, C Van Swaay, R Verovnik, ...
Pensoft, 2008
5092008
Biotope use and trends of European butterflies
C Van Swaay, M Warren, G Loïs
Journal of Insect Conservation 10, 189-209, 2006
4462006
Distributions of occupied and vacant butterfly habitats in fragmented landscapes
CD Thomas, JA Thomas, MS Warren
Oecologia 92, 563-567, 1992
3901992
The decline of butterflies in Europe: Problems, significance, and possible solutions
MS Warren, D Maes, CAM van Swaay, P Goffart, H Van Dyck, NAD Bourn, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (2), e2002551117, 2021
2802021
Woodlands: past, present and potential for insects
MS Warren, RS Key
The conservation of insects and their habitats, 155-211, 1991
2651991
Long-term population trends in widespread British moths
KF Conrad, IP Woiwod, M Parsons, R Fox, MS Warren
Journal of Insect Conservation 8 (2), 119-136, 2004
2262004
The ecology and conservation of the heath fritillary butterfly, Mellicta athalia. III. Population dynamics and the effect of habitat management
MS Warren
Journal of applied ecology, 499-513, 1987
195*1987
The State of the UK’s Butterflies 2015
R Fox, TM Brereton, J Asher, TA August, MS Botham, NAD Bourn, ...
Butterfly Conservation, 2015
1902015
Prime butterfly areas of Europe: an initial selection of priority sitesfor conservation
CAMA van Swaay, MS Warren
Journal of Insect Conservation 10, 5-11, 2006
173*2006
Minimum viable metapopulation size, extinction debt, and the conservation of a declining species
CR Bulman, RJ Wilson, AR Holt, LG Bravo, RI Early, MS Warren, ...
Ecological Applications 17 (5), 1460-1473, 2007
1532007
The state of Britain’s larger moths 2021
R Fox, EB Dennis, CA Harrower, D Blumgart, JR Bell, P Cook, AM Davis, ...
Butterfly Conservation, Rothamsted Research and UK Centre for Ecology …, 2021
1512021
The ecology and conservation of the heath fritillary butterfly, Mellicta athalia. II. Adult population structure and mobility
MS Warren
Journal of applied Ecology, 483-498, 1987
1481987
The development of butterfly indicators in the United Kingdom and assessments in 2010
T Brereton, DB Roy, I Middlebrook, M Botham, M Warren
Journal of Insect Conservation 15, 139-151, 2011
1472011
The state of butterflies in Britain and Ireland
R Fox, J Asher, T Brereton, D Roy, M Warren
NatureBureau, 2006
1452006
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