kevin watts
kevin watts
Forest Research & University of Stirling
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TitleCited byYear
RangeShifter: a platform for modelling spatial eco‐evolutionary dynamics and species' responses to environmental changes
G Bocedi, SCF Palmer, G Pe'er, RK Heikkinen, YG Matsinos, K Watts, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (4), 388-396, 2014
1282014
A meta-analysis on the impact of different matrix structures on species movement rates
AE Eycott, GB Stewart, LM Buyung-Ali, DE Bowler, K Watts, AS Pullin
Landscape ecology 27 (9), 1263-1278, 2012
1142012
A framework for assessing threats and benefits to species responding to climate change
CD Thomas, JK Hill, BJ Anderson, S Bailey, CM Beale, RB Bradbury, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2 (2), 125-142, 2011
1132011
Targeting and evaluating biodiversity conservation action within fragmented landscapes: an approach based on generic focal species and least-cost networks
K Watts, AE Eycott, P Handley, D Ray, JW Humphrey, CP Quine
Landscape Ecology 25 (9), 1305-1318, 2010
1102010
Green networks for people: Application of a functional approach to support the planning and management of greenspace
D Moseley, M Marzano, J Chetcuti, K Watts
Landscape and urban planning 116, 1-12, 2013
642013
Evaluating biodiversity in fragmented landscapes: principles.
K Watts, JW Humphrey, M Griffiths, C Quine, D Ray
Information Note-Forestry Commission, 2005
562005
Developing a functional connectivity indicator to detect change in fragmented landscapes
K Watts, P Handley
Ecological Indicators 10 (2), 552-557, 2010
552010
Woodland birds in patchy landscapes: the evidence base for strategic networks
PM Dolman, SA Hinsley, PE Bellamy, K Watts
Ibis 149, 146-160, 2007
542007
A decision framework for considering climate change adaptation in biodiversity conservation planning
TH Oliver, RJ Smithers, S Bailey, CA Walmsley, K Watts
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (6), 1247-1255, 2012
482012
Successful de-fragmentation of woodland by planting in an agricultural landscape? An assessment based on landscape indicators
CP Quine, K Watts
Journal of Environmental Management 90 (1), 251-259, 2009
472009
Practitioner's perspective: sustainable forest management in a time of ecosystem services frameworks: common ground and consequences
CP Quine, SA Bailey, K Watts
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (4), 863-867, 2013
432013
What can studies of woodland fragmentation and creation tell us about ecological networks? A literature review and synthesis
JW Humphrey, K Watts, E Fuentes-Montemayor, NA Macgregor, AJ Peace, ...
Landscape Ecology 30 (1), 21-50, 2015
382015
Defining landscape resistance values in least-cost connectivity models for the invasive grey squirrel: a comparison of approaches using expert-opinion and habitat suitability …
CD Stevenson-Holt, K Watts, CC Bellamy, OT Nevin, AD Ramsey
PloS one 9 (11), 2014
372014
Filling evidence gaps with expert opinion: The use of Delphi analysis in least-cost modelling of functional connectivity
AE Eycott, M Marzano, K Watts
Landscape and Urban Planning 103 (3-4), 400-409, 2011
312011
British forest landscapes: the legacy of woodland fragmentation.
K Watts
Quarterly Journal of Forestry 100 (4), 273-279, 2006
302006
Using GPS telemetry to validate least‐cost modeling of gray squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) movement within a fragmented landscape
CD Stevenson, M Ferryman, OT Nevin, AD Ramsey, S Bailey, K Watts
Ecology and Evolution 3 (7), 2350-2361, 2013
272013
Using historical woodland creation to construct a long‐term, large‐scale natural experiment: the Wr EN project
K Watts, E Fuentes‐Montemayor, NA Macgregor, V Peredo‐Alvarez, ...
Ecology and evolution 6 (9), 3012-3025, 2016
202016
Bird‐community responses to habitat creation in a long‐term, large‐scale natural experiment
RC Whytock, E Fuentes‐Montemayor, K Watts, P Barbosa De Andrade, ...
Conservation biology 32 (2), 345-354, 2018
192018
Towards a woodland habitat network for Wales
K Watts, M Griffiths, C Quine, D Ray, JW Humphrey
Countryside Council for Wales, Bangor, 2005
192005
Identifying robust response options to manage environmental change using an ecosystem approach: A stress-testing case study for the UK xxx
I Brown, P Berry, M Everard, L Firbank, P Harrison, L Lundy, C Quine, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 52, 74-88, 2015
182015
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