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Number of items: 14.

2017

Day, George; Mayes, William M.; Wheeler, Philip M. and Hull, Susan L. (2017). Can aggregate quarry silt lagoons provide resources for wading birds? Ecological Engineering, 105 pp. 189–197. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Burden, D.J.H.; Argles, T.; Minocha, S.; Rock, J.; Tilling, S. and Wheeler, P. (2017). Fieldscapes – Creating and Evaluating a 3D Virtual Field Trip System. In: iLRN 2017 Coimbra: Workshop, Long and Short Paper, and Poster Proceedings from the Third Immersive Learning Research Network Conference (Beck, Dennis; Allison, Colin; Morgado, Leonel; Pirker, Johanna; Khosmood, Foaad; Richter, Jonathon and Gütl, Christian eds.), Immersive Learning Research Network, pp. 18–29. file

Petrovan, Silviu O.; Dixie, John; Yapp, Emma and Wheeler, Philip M. (2017). Bioenergy crops and farmland biodiversity: benefits and limitations are scale-dependant for a declining mammal, the brown hare. European Journal of Wildlife Research, 63(3), article no. 49. file

Matos, Cátia; Petrovan, Silviu; Ward, Alastair I. and Wheeler, Philip (2017). Facilitating permeability of landscapes impacted by roads for protected amphibians: patterns of movement for the great crested newt. PeerJ, 5, article no. e2922. file

Bodmer, M. D. V.; Wheeler, P. M.; Hendrix, A. M.; Cesarano, D. N.; East, A. S. and Exton, D. A. (2017). Interacting effects of temperature, habitat and phenotype on predator avoidance behaviour in Diadema antillarum: implications for restorative conservation. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 566 pp. 105–115. file

Robson, Julie; Cooke, Julia; Wheeler, Philip; Maseyk, Kadmiel and Collins, Trevor (2017). Evaluating remote access to fieldwork with interactive fieldcasts for distance learning students. In: The 6th eSTEeM Annual Conference, 25-26 Apr 2017, The Open University, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes.

Lush, L.; Ward, A. I. and Wheeler, P. (2017). Dietary niche partitioning between sympatric brown hares and rabbits. Journal of Zoology (Early Access). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Goodenough, Jessica; Ansine, Janice and Wheeler, Philip (2017). Using a citizen science tool to model the health benefits of roadside trees. In: Trees, People and the Built Environment 3 (TPBE3) Conference, 5-6 April 2017, University of Birmingham. file

2016

Tilling, Steve; Wheeler, Philip; Burden, David and Argles, Thomas (2016). Enhancing ecological fieldwork with Virtual Reality. In: British Ecological Society Annual Meeting 2016, 11 - 14 December 2016, Liverpool, UK.

Cooke, Julia; Wheeler, Philip; Maseyk, Kadmiel and Collins, Trevor (2016). Widening access to fieldwork with interactive livecasts. In: Enhancing Fieldwork Learning Showcase 2016, 12 -13 September 2016, Reading, UK.

Kirkbride-Smith, Anne E.; Wheeler, Philip M. and Johnson, Magnus L. (2016). Artificial reefs and marine protected areas: a study in willingness to pay to access Folkestone Marine Reserve, Barbados, West Indies. PeerJ, 4, article no. e2175. file

Lush, L.; Ellwood, S.; Markham, A.; Ward, A. I. and Wheeler, P. (2016). Use of tri-axial accelerometers to assess terrestrial mammal behaviour in the wild. Journal of Zoology, 298(4) pp. 257–265. file

2014

Lush, Lucy; Ward, Alastair I. and Wheeler, Philip (2014). Opposing effects of agricultural intensification on two ecologically similar species. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 192 pp. 61–66. file

2008

Wheeler, Philip (2008). Effects of sheep grazing on abundance and predators of field vole (Microtus agrestis) in upland Britain. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 123(1-3) pp. 49–55. file

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