|Extinction risk from climate change|
CD Thomas, A Cameron, RE Green, M Bakkenes, LJ Beaumont, ...
Nature 427 (6970), 145-148, 2004
|Biological consequences of global warming: is the signal already apparent?|
Trends in ecology & evolution 15 (2), 56-61, 2000
|Climate change and Australia: trends, projections and impacts|
Austral Ecology 28 (4), 423-443, 2003
|Ecology. Assisted colonization and rapid climate change.|
O Hoegh-Guldberg, L Hughes, S McIntyre, DB Lindenmayer, C Parmesan, ...
Science (New York, NY) 321 (5887), 345-346, 2008
|Predicting species distributions: use of climatic parameters in BIOCLIM and its impact on predictions of species’ current and future distributions|
LJ Beaumont, L Hughes, M Poulsen
Ecological modelling 186 (2), 251-270, 2005
|Australia and New Zealand|
K Hennessy, B Fitzharris, BC Bates, N Harvey, M Howden, L Hughes, ...
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007
|Climate change: an Australian guide to the science and potential impacts|
B Pittock, A Arthington, T Booth, P Cowell, K Hennessy, M Howden, ...
Australian Greenhouse Office, 2003
|Different climatic envelopes among invasive populations may lead to underestimations of current and future biological invasions|
LJ Beaumont, RV Gallagher, W Thuiller, PO Downey, MR Leishman, ...
Diversity and Distributions 15 (3), 409-420, 2009
|Predicting dispersal spectra: a minimal set of hypotheses based on plant attributes|
L Hughes, M Dunlop, K French, MR Leishman, B Rice, L Rodgerson, ...
Journal of Ecology, 933-950, 1994
|Australia's biodiversity and climate change|
Csiro Publishing, 2009
|Why is the choice of future climate scenarios for species distribution modelling important?|
LJ Beaumont, L Hughes, AJ Pitman
Ecology letters 11 (11), 1135-1146, 2008
|Fate of seeds adapted for dispersal by ants in Australian sclerophyll vegetation|
L Hughes, M Westoby
Ecology 73 (4), 1285-1299, 1992
AJ Beattie, L Hughes
Plant–animal interactions: an evolutionary approach, 211-36, 2002
|Potential changes in the distributions of latitudinally restricted Australian butterfly species in response to climate change|
LJ Beaumont, L Hughes
Global Change Biology 8 (10), 954-971, 2002
A Reisinger, R Kitching, F Chiew, L Hughes, P Newton, S Schuster, A Tait, ...
Climate change 2014: Impacts, adaptation, and vulnerability. Part B …, 2014
|Where will species go? Incorporating new advances in climate modelling into projections of species distributions|
LJ Beaumont, AJ Pitman, M Poulsen, L Hughes
Global Change Biology 13 (7), 1368-1385, 2007
|Major conservation policy issues for biodiversity in Oceania|
RT Kingsford, JEM Watson, CJ Lundquist, O Venter, L Hughes, ...
Conservation Biology 23 (4), 834-840, 2009
|Evidence for climatic niche and biome shifts between native and novel ranges in plant species introduced to Australia|
RV Gallagher, LJ Beaumont, L Hughes, MR Leishman
Journal of ecology 98 (4), 790-799, 2010
|Effect of diaspore characteristics on removal of seeds adapted for dispersal by ants|
L Hughes, M Westoby
Ecology 73 (4), 1300-1312, 1992
|Convergence of elaiosomes and insect prey: evidence from ant foraging behaviour and fatty acid composition|
L Hughes, M Westoby, E Jurado
Functional Ecology, 358-365, 1994