Paul M Dolman
Paul M Dolman
Professor of Conservation Ecology, University of East Anglia
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The need for evidence-based conservation
WJ Sutherland, AS Pullin, PM Dolman, TM Knight
Trends in ecology & evolution 19 (6), 305-308, 2004
16502004
Reliable, verifiable and efficient monitoring of biodiversity via metabarcoding
Y Ji, L Ashton, SM Pedley, DP Edwards, Y Tang, A Nakamura, R Kitching, ...
Ecology letters 16 (10), 1245-1257, 2013
4442013
Density compensation in neotropical primate communities: evidence from 56 hunted and nonhunted Amazonian forests of varying productivity
CA Peres, PM Dolman
Oecologia 122 (2), 175-189, 2000
2742000
The response of bird populations to habitat loss
PM Dolman, WJ Sutherland
Ibis 137, S38-S46, 1995
1661995
Increasing demand for natural rubber necessitates a robust sustainability initiative to mitigate impacts on tropical biodiversity
E Warren‐Thomas, PM Dolman, DP Edwards
Conservation Letters 8 (4), 230-241, 2015
1562015
Agriculture—a key element for conservation in the developing world
HL Wright, IR Lake, PM Dolman
Conservation Letters 5 (1), 11-19, 2012
1492012
Linking recreational disturbance to population size in a ground‐nesting passerine
JW Mallord, PM Dolman, AF Brown, WJ Sutherland
Journal of Applied Ecology 44 (1), 185-195, 2007
1392007
Regional scale variation in forest structure and biomass in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico: Effects of forest disturbance
T Urquiza-Haas, PM Dolman, CA Peres
Forest Ecology and Management 247 (1-3), 80-90, 2007
1352007
Improving the biodiversity benefits of hedgerows: how physical characteristics and the proximity of foraging habitat affect the use of linear features by bats
KL Boughey, IR Lake, KA Haysom, PM Dolman
Biological Conservation 144 (6), 1790-1798, 2011
1182011
Ecosystem and competition impacts of introduced deer
PM Dolman, K Wäber
Wildlife Research 35 (3), 202-214, 2008
1062008
Combining behaviour and population dynamics with applications for predicting consequences of habitat loss
WJ Sutherland, PM Dolman
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1994
1061994
The intensity of interference varies with resource density: evidence from a field study with snow buntings, Plectrophenax nivalis
PM Dolman
Oecologia 102 (4), 511-514, 1995
991995
Regional scale effects of human density and forest disturbance on large-bodied vertebrates throughout the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico
T Urquiza-Haas, CA Peres, PM Dolman
Biological Conservation 142 (1), 134-148, 2009
932009
Effects of landscape-scale broadleaved woodland configuration and extent on roost location for six bat species across the UK
KL Boughey, IR Lake, KA Haysom, PM Dolman
Biological Conservation 144 (9), 2300-2310, 2011
892011
Corn husk as a potential source of anthocyanins
CY Li, HW Kim, SR Won, HK Min, KJ Park, JY Park, MS Ahn, HI Rhee
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 56 (23), 11413-11416, 2008
892008
Ecological patterns of plant diversity in a plantation forest managed by clearfelling
AE Eycott, AR Watkinson, PM Dolman
Journal of Applied Ecology 43 (6), 1160-1171, 2006
782006
Habitat selection by sympatric muntjac (Muntiacus reevesi) and roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) in a lowland commercial pine forest
MR Hemami, AR Watkinson, PM Dolman
Forest Ecology and Management 194 (1), 49-60, 2004
782004
The ecological changes of Breckland grass heaths and the consequences of management
PM Dolman, WJ Sutherland
Journal of Applied Ecology, 402-413, 1992
781992
Influences of deer browsing, coppice history, and standard trees on the growth and development of vegetation structure in coppiced woods in lowland England
AC Joys, RJ Fuller, PM Dolman
Forest Ecology and Management 202 (1-3), 23-37, 2004
772004
Interpretations of sustainable agriculture in the UK
D Cobb, P Dolman, T O'Riordan
Progress in human geography 23 (2), 209-235, 1999
761999
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