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Number of items: 19.

2019

Matos, Cátia; Petrovan, Silviu O.; Wheeler, Philip M. and Ward, Alastair I. (2019). Landscape connectivity and spatial prioritization in an urbanising world: A network analysis approach for a threatened amphibian. Biological Conservation, 237 pp. 238–247.

Matos, C.; Petrovan, S. O.; Wheeler, Philip and Ward, A. I. (2019). Short-term movements and behaviour govern the use of road mitigation measures by a protected amphibian. Animal Conservation, 22(3) pp. 285–296. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Wheeler, Philip M.; Ward, Alastair I.; Smith, Graham C.; Croft, Simon and Petrovan, Silviu O. (2019). Careful considerations are required when analysing mammal citizen science data – A response to Massimino et al. Biological Conservation, 232 pp. 274–275. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Martin, Thomas E.; Monkhouse, Joseph; O'Connell, Darren P.; Analuddin, Kangkuso; Karya, Adi; Priston, Nancy E. C.; Palmer, Charlotte A.; Harrison, Barnabas; Baddams, Jack; Mustari, Abdul H.; Wheeler, Philip M. and Tosh, David G. (2019). Distribution and status of threatened and endemic marsupials on the offshore islands of south-east Sulawesi, Indonesia. Australian Mammalogy, 41(1) pp. 76–81. file

2018

Segar, Simon T.; Mardiastuti, Ani; Wheeler, Philip M. and Cook, James M. (2018). Detecting the elusive cost of parasites on fig seed production. Acta Oecologica, 90 pp. 69–74. file

2017

Lush, L.; Ward, A. I. and Wheeler, P. (2017). Dietary niche partitioning between sympatric brown hares and rabbits. Journal of Zoology, 303(1) pp. 36–45. filefile

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. file

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.

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 Apr 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 Dec 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 Sep 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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