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Category: "Refereed journal"

Vanbergen, A.J., Woodcock, B. A., Gray, A., Ives, S., Kjeldsen, T. R., Laize, C. L. R., Chapman, D., O'Hare, M. and Butler, A. Flooding, local habitat heterogeneity and landscape structure govern taxonomic and functional diversity of island invertebrate assemblages. Insect Conservation and Diversity. Wiley, New Jersey, USA.


Category: "Refereed journal"

Alexander, P., Prestele, R., Verburg, P.H., Arneth, A., Fujimori, S., Hasegawa, T., Jain, A. K., Meiyappan, P., Dunford, R., Harrison, P.A., Holzhauer, S., Brown, C., Dendoncker, N., Steinbuks, J., Lenton, T., Powell, T., Sands, R. D., Wise, M. A., Kyle, P., Stehfest, E., Doelman, J., Schaldach, R., Lavalle, C., Jacobs-Crisioni, C., Van Meijl, H., Tabeau, A., Popp, A., Humpenoder, F., Baumanns, K., Butler, A., Liu, J. and Rounsevell, M.D.A. (2017). Assessing uncertainties in land cover projections. Global Change Biology 23(2), 767-781. Wiley.

Hicks, O., Burthe, S., Daunt, F., Butler, A., Bishop, C. and Green, J. A. (2017). Validating accelerometry estimates of energy expenditure across behaviours using heart rate data in a free-living seabird. Journal of Experimental Biology. The Company of Biologists, Cambridge.

Papastathopoulos, I., Strokorb, K., Butler, A. and Tawn, J.A. (2017). Extreme events of Markov chains. Journal of Applied Probability 49(1), 134-161. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Smart, S., Glanville, H.C., Blanes, M.D.C., Mercado, L.M., Emmett, B.A., Jones, D.L., Cosby, B.J., Marrs, R.H., Butler, A., Marshall, A.R., Reinsch, S., Herrero-Jauregui, C. and Hodgson, J.G. (2017). Leaf dry matter content is better at predicting above-ground net primary production than specific leaf area. Functional Ecology. Wiley.

Brewer, M.J., Butler, A. and Cooksley, S. (2016). The relative performance of AIC, AICC and BIC in the presence of unobserved heterogeneity. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7, 679-692.

Dittrich, R., Wreford, A., Butler, A. and Moran, D. (2016). The impact of flood action groups on the uptake of flood management measures. Climatic Change 138(3), 471-489. Springer.

Finney, D.L., Doherty, R., Wild, O., Young, P.J. and Butler, A. (2016). Response of lightning NOx emissions and ozone production to climate change: insights from the Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate Model Intercomparison Project. Geophysical Research Letters 43(10), 5492-5500.

Young, J.C., Searle, K., Butler, A., Simmons, P., Watt, A.D. and Jordan, A. (2016). The role of trust in the resolution of conservation conflicts. Biological Conservation 195, 196-202. Elsevier.

Carroll, M., Butler, A., Owen, E., Ewing, S., Cole, T., Green, J. A., Soanes, L.M., Arnould, J. P. Y., Newton, S. F., Baer, J., Daunt, F., Wanless, S., Newell, M., Robertson, G. S., Mavor, R. and Bolton, M. (2015). Effects of sea temperature and stratification changes on seabird breeding success. Climate Research 66, 75-89.

Elston, D.A., Rivington, M., Topp, C., Muhammed, S., Potts, J.M., Butler, A., Kettle, H., Baggaley, N.J., Rees, R.M. and Matthews, R. (2015). Stratification of climate projections for efficient estimation of uncertainty and variation using weather-driven models. Climate Research 66, 1-12.

Henrys, P.A., Smart, S., Rowe, E.C., Jarvis, S., Fang, Z., Evans, C.D., Emmett, BA. and Butler, A. (2015). Niche models for British plants and lichens obtained using an ensemble approach. New Journal of Botany 5(2), 89-100. Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland.

Nelson, B.F., Daunt, F., Monaghan, P., Wanless, S., Butler, A., Heidinger, B.J., Newell, M. and Dawson, A. (2015). Protracted treatment with corticosterone reduces breeding success in a long-lived bird. General and Comparative Endocrinology 210, 38-45. Elsevier, London, UK.

Purse, B.V., Comont, R., Butler, A., Brown, PMJ., Kessell, C. and Roy, HE. (2015). Landscape and climate determine patterns of spread for all colour morphs of the alien ladybird Harmonia axyridis. Journal of Biogeography 42, 575-588. Wiley.

Bogdanova, M., Wanless, S., Harris, M.P., Lindstrom, J., Butler, A., Newell, M., Sato, K., Watakuni, Y., Parsons, M. and Daunt, F. (2014). Among-year and within-population variation in foraging distribution of European shags Phalacrocorax aristotelis over a twenty-year period: implications for marine spatial planning. Biological Conservation 170, 292-299.

Burthe, S., Wanless, S., Newell, M., Butler, A. and Daunt, F. (2014). Assessing the vulnerability of the marine bird community in the western North Sea to climate change and other anthropogenic impacts. Marine Ecology Progress Series 507, 277-295.

Searle, K., Barber, J., Stubbins, F., Labuschagne, K., Carpenter, S., Butler, A., Denison, E., Sanders, C., Mellor, P.S., Wilson, A., Nelson, N., Gubbins, S. and Purse, B.V. (2014). Environmental drivers of Culicoides phenology: how important is species-specific variation when determining disease policy. PLoS ONE 9(11), e111876.

Burthe, S., Newell, M., Goodman, G., Butler, A., Bregnballe, T., Harris, E., Wanless, S., Cunningham, E.J.A. and Daunt, F. (2013). Endoscopy as a novel method for assessing endoparasite burdens in free-ranging European shags (Phalacrocorax aristotelis). Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4(3), 207-216.

Searle, K., Blackwell, A., Falconer, D., Sullivan, M., Butler, A. and Purse, B.V. (2013). Identifying environmental drivers of insect phenology across space and time: Cullicoides in Scotland as a case study. Bulletin of Entomological Research 103(02), 155-170.

Young, J.C., Jordan, A., Searle, K., Butler, A., Simmons, P. and Watt, A.D. (2013). Framing scale in participatory biodiversity management may contribute to more sustainable solutions. Conservation Letters 6, 333-340.

Young, J.C., Jordan, A., Chapman, D., Searle, K., Butler, A., Simmons, P. and Watt, A.D. (2013). Does stakeholder involvement really benefit biodiversity conservation. Biological Conservation 158, 359-370.

Burthe, S., Daunt, F., Butler, A., Elston, D.A., Frederiksen, M., Johns, D., Newell, M., Thackeray, S.J. and Wanless, S. (2012). Phenological trends and trophic mismatch across multiple levels of a North Sea pelagic food web. Marine Ecology Progress Series 454, 119-133.

Catterall, S., Cook, A.R., Marion, G., Butler, A. and Hulme, P.E. (2012). Accounting for uncertainty in colonisation times: a novel approach to modelling the spatio-temporal dynamics of alien invasions using distribution data. Ecography 35(10), 901-911.

Burthe, S., Butler, A., Searle, K.R., Hall, S.J.G., Thackeray, S.J. and Wanless, S. (2011). Demographic consequences of increased winter births in a large aseasonally breeding mammal (Bos taurus) in response to climate change. Journal of Animal Ecology 80(6), 1134-1144.

Lewis, F.I., Butler, A. and Gilbert, L. (2011). A unified approach to model selection using the likelihood ratio test. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2(2), 155-162.

Bierman, S., Butler, A., Marion, G. and Kühn, I. (2010). Bayesian image restoration models for combining expert knowledge on recording activity with species distribution data. Ecography 33, 451-460.

Butler, A., Doherty, R. and Marion, G. (2009). Model averaging to combine simulations of future global vegetation carbon stocks. Environmetrics 20(7), 791-811.

Kohn, D., Hulme, P.E., Hollingsworth, P.M. and Butler, A. (2009). Are native bluebells(Hyacinthoides non-scripta) at risk from alien congenerics? Evidence from distributions and co-occurrence in Scotland. Biological Conservation 142(1), 61-74.

Butler, A. and Glasbey, C.A. (2008). A latent Gaussian model for compositional data with zeros (with publisher's corrigendum). Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C - Applied Statistics 57(5), 505-520.

Parsons, M., Mitchell, I., Butler, A., Ratcliffe, N., Frederiksen, M. and Foster, S. (2008). Seabirds as marine environmental indicators. ICES Journal of Marine Science 65, 1520-1526.

Butler, A., Heffernan, J.E., Tawn, J.A., Flather, R.A. and Horsburgh, K.J. (2007). Extreme value analysis of decadal variations in storm surge elevations. Journal of Marine Systems 67, 189-200.

Butler, A., Heffernan, J.E., Tawn, J.A. and Flather, R.A. (2007). Trend estimation in extremes of synthetic North Sea surges. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C - Applied Statistics 56(4), 395-414.

Cook, A., Marion, G., Butler, A. and Gibson, G. (2007). Bayesian inference for the spatio-temporal invasion of alien species. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 69(6), 2005-2025.

Butler, A., Roy, D. and Rothery, P. (2003). Minitab Macros for Resampling Methods. Teaching Statistics 25, 22-25.

Category: "Book Chapter"

Marion, G., Butler, A., Catterall, S., Cook, A.R., Doherty, R., Kühn, I., Reineking, B., Schweiger, O. and Hulme, P. (2010). Statistical aspects of biodiversity risk assessment. In "Atlas of Biodiversity Risk", 58-61. Eds. Josef Settele et al.. Pensoft, Sofia & Moscow.

Marion, G., Grabaum, R., Bierman, S., Butler, A., Grescho, V., Spangenberg, J., Kühn, I., Hammen, V., Hickler, T., Hulme, P.E., Douguet, J.M., Peterson, K., Potts, S., Reginster, I., Maxim, L., Omann, I. and Settele, J. (2010). Biodiversity risk assessment for Europe - putting it all together. In "Atlas of Biodiversity Risk", 252-253. Eds. Josef Settele et al. Pensoft, Sofia & Moscow.

Nagy, L., Dendoncker, N., Butler, A., Reginster, I., Rounsevell, M., Grabherr, G., Gottfried, M. and Pauli, H. (2010). Where have all the flowers gone? From natural vegetation to land use - land cover types: past changes and future forecasts. In "Atlas of Biodiversity Risk", 110-111. Eds. Josef Settele et al.. Pensoft, Sofia & Moscow.

Reginster, I., Rounsevell, M., Butler, A. and Dendoncker, N. (2010). Land use change scenarios for ALARM. In "Atlas of Biodiversity Risk", 100-105. Eds. Josef Settele et al.. Pensoft, Sofia & Moscow.

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