Mark Whittingham
Mark Whittingham
Newcastle University, Newcastle Ecology Group
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Why do we still use stepwise modelling in ecology and behaviour?
MJ Whittingham, PA Stephens, RB Bradbury, RP Freckleton
Journal of animal ecology 75 (5), 1182-1189, 2006
Redefining ecosystem multifunctionality
P Manning, F Van Der Plas, S Soliveres, E Allan, FT Maestre, G Mace, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (3), 427-436, 2018
Model selection and model averaging in behavioural ecology: the utility of the IT-AIC framework
SA Richards, MJ Whittingham, PA Stephens
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65, 77-89, 2011
Outstanding challenges in the transferability of ecological models
KL Yates, PJ Bouchet, MJ Caley, K Mengersen, CF Randin, S Parnell, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 33 (10), 790-802, 2018
The effects of habitat structure on predation risk of birds in agricultural landscapes
MJ Whittingham, KL Evans
Ibis 146, 210-220, 2004
Will agri‐environment schemes deliver substantial biodiversity gain, and if not why not?
MJ Whittingham
Journal of applied ecology 44 (1), 1-5, 2007
The selection of stubble fields by wintering granivorous birds reflects vegetation cover and food abundance
D Moorcroft, MJ Whittingham, RB Bradbury, JD Wilson
Journal of applied Ecology, 535-547, 2002
The management of crop structure: a general approach to reversing the impacts of agricultural intensification on birds?
JD Wilson, MJ Whittingham, RB Bradbury
Ibis 147 (3), 453-463, 2005
Noise, predation risk compensation and vigilance in the chaffinch Fringilla coelebs
J L. Quinn, M J. Whittingham, S J. Butler, W Cresswell
Journal of Avian biology 37 (6), 601-608, 2006
The future of agri‐environment schemes: biodiversity gains and ecosystem service delivery?
MJ Whittingham
Journal of applied ecology 48 (3), 509-513, 2011
What makes free-range broiler chickens range? In situ measurement of habitat preference
MS Dawkins, PA Cook, MJ Whittingham, KA Mansell, AE Harper
Animal behaviour 66 (1), 151-160, 2003
Modelling relationships between birds and vegetation structure using airborne LiDAR data: a review with case studies from agricultural and woodland environments
RB Bradbury, RA Hill, DC Mason, SA Hinsley, JD Wilson, H Balzter, ...
Ibis 147 (3), 443-452, 2005
Effects of human approaches to nests of northern New Zealand dotterels
A Lord, JR Waas, J Innes, MJ Whittingham
Biological conservation 98 (2), 233-240, 2001
Should conservation strategies consider spatial generality? Farmland birds show regional not national patterns of habitat association
MJ Whittingham, JR Krebs, RD Swetnam, JA Vickery, JD Wilson, ...
Ecology Letters 10 (1), 25-35, 2007
Habitat selection by yellowhammers Emberiza citrinella on lowland farmland at two spatial scales: implications for conservation management
MJ Whittingham, RD Swetnam, JD Wilson, DE Chamberlain, ...
Journal of applied ecology, 270-280, 2005
Widespread local house-sparrow extinctions
DG Hole, MJ Whittingham, RB Bradbury, GQA Anderson, PLM Lee, ...
Nature 418 (6901), 931-932, 2002
Habitat characteristics affecting use of lowland agricultural grassland by birds in winter
AJ Perkins, MJ Whittingham, RB Bradbury, JD Wilson, AJ Morris, ...
Biological Conservation 95 (3), 279-294, 2000
Reductions in deforestation and poverty from decentralized forest management in Nepal
JA Oldekop, KRE Sims, BK Karna, MJ Whittingham, A Agrawal
Nature sustainability 2 (5), 421-428, 2019
Management by proxy? The use of indices in applied ecology
PA Stephens, N Pettorelli, J Barlow, MJ Whittingham, MW Cadotte
Journal of Applied Ecology 52 (1), 1-6, 2015
Impacts of climate on prey abundance account for fluctuations in a population of a northern wader at the southern edge of its range
JW PEARCE‐HIGGINS, P Dennis, MJ Whittingham, DW Yalden
Global Change Biology 16 (1), 12-23, 2010
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