Marc Botham
Marc Botham
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Trophic level asynchrony in rates of phenological change for marine, freshwater and terrestrial environments
SJ Thackeray, TH Sparks, M Frederiksen, S Burthe, PJ Bacon, JR Bell, ...
Global Change Biology 16 (12), 3304-3313, 2010
7272010
Phenological sensitivity to climate across taxa and trophic levels
SJ Thackeray, PA Henrys, D Hemming, JR Bell, MS Botham, S Burthe, ...
Nature 535 (7611), 241-245, 2016
3812016
Assortative interactions and social networks in fish
DP Croft, R James, AJW Ward, MS Botham, D Mawdsley, J Krause
Oecologia 143 (2), 211-219, 2005
2882005
Sex-biased movement in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata)
DP Croft, B Albanese, BJ Arrowsmith, M Botham, M Webster, J Krause
Oecologia 137 (1), 62-68, 2003
1742003
The State of the UK’s Butterflies 2015
R Fox, TM Brereton, J Asher, TA August, MS Botham, NAD Bourn, ...
Butterfly Conservation, 2015
1132015
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 (1-2), 139-151, 2011
972011
Association patterns and shoal fidelity in the three–spined stickleback
AJW Ward, MS Botham, DJ Hoare, R James, M Broom, JGJ Godin, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
812002
Do urban areas act as foci for the spread of alien plant species? An assessment of temporal trends in the UK
MS Botham, P Rothery, PE Hulme, MO Hill, CD Preston, DB Roy
Diversity and Distributions 15 (2), 338-345, 2009
802009
Are neonicotinoid insecticides driving declines of widespread butterflies?
AS Gilburn, N Bunnefeld, JMV Wilson, MS Botham, TM Brereton, R Fox, ...
PeerJ 3, e1402, 2015
782015
Abundance changes and habitat availability drive species’ responses to climate change
L Mair, JK Hill, R Fox, M Botham, T Brereton, CD Thomas
Nature Climate Change 4 (2), 127-131, 2014
622014
The contribution of volunteer recorders to our understanding of biological invasions
HE Roy, SL Rorke, B Beckmann, O Booy, MS Botham, PMJ Brown, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 115 (3), 678-689, 2015
592015
United Kingdom butterfly monitoring scheme report for 2012
MS Botham, TM Brereton, I Middlebrook, Z Randle, DB Roy
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Wallingford, 2013
582013
RISK‐SENSITIVE ANTIPREDATOR BEHAVIOR IN THE TRINIDADIAN GUPPY, POECILIA RETICULATA
MS Botham, RK Hayward, LJ Morrell, DP Croft, JR Ward, I Ramnarine, ...
Ecology 89 (11), 3174-3185, 2008
582008
Temporal variation in responses of species to four decades of climate warming
L Mair, CD Thomas, BJ Anderson, R Fox, M Botham, JK Hill
Global Change Biology 18 (8), 2439-2447, 2012
562012
Predator choice in the field; grouping guppies, Poecilia reticulata, receive more attacks
MS Botham, CJ Kerfoot, V Louca, J Krause
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 59 (2), 181, 2005
562005
The effects of different predator species on antipredator behavior in the Trinidadian guppy, Poecilia reticulata
MS Botham, CJ Kerfoot, V Louca, J Krause
Naturwissenschaften 93 (9), 431, 2006
552006
The European grassland butterfly indicator: 1990–2011
C van Swaay, A van Strien, A Harpke, B Fontaine, C Stefanescu, D Roy, ...
EEA Technical Reports 11, 2013
492013
Air pollution and its effects on lichens, bryophytes, and lichen-feeding Lepidoptera: review and evidence from biological records
OL Pescott, JM Simkin, TA August, Z Randle, AJ Dore, MS Botham
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 115 (3), 611-635, 2015
482015
Sensitivity of UK butterflies to local climatic extremes: which life stages are most at risk?
O McDermott Long, R Warren, J Price, TM Brereton, MS Botham, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (1), 108-116, 2017
442017
Similarities in butterfly emergence dates among populations suggest local adaptation to climate
DB Roy, TH Oliver, MS Botham, B Beckmann, T Brereton, RLH Dennis, ...
Global change biology 21 (9), 3313-3322, 2015
412015
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