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Martin Warren
Chief Executive, Butterfly Conservation
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Poleward shifts in geographical ranges of butterfly species associated with regional warming
C Parmesan, N Ryrholm, C Stefanescu, JK Hill, CD Thomas, H Descimon, ...
Nature 399 (6736), 579-583, 1999
29381999
Rapid responses of British butterflies to opposing forces of climate and habitat change
MS Warren, JK Hill, JA Thomas, J Asher, R Fox, B Huntley, DB Roy, ...
Nature 414 (6859), 65-69, 2001
16492001
The millennium atlas of butterflies in Britain and Ireland.
J Asher, M Warren, R Fox, P Harding, G Jeffcoate, S Jeffcoate
8322001
Red data book of European butterflies (Rhopalocera)
C Van Swaay, M Warren
Council of Europe, 1999
7921999
European red list of butterflies
C van Swaay, A Cuttelod, S Collins, D Maes, ML Munguira, M Šašić, ...
7262010
Rapid declines of common, widespread British moths provide evidence of an insect biodiversity crisis
KF Conrad, MS Warren, R Fox, MS Parsons, IP Woiwod
Biological conservation 132 (3), 279-291, 2006
6552006
Climatic risk atlas of European butterflies
J Settele, O Kudrna, A Harpke, I Kühn, C Van Swaay, R Verovnik, ...
Pensoft, 2008
5102008
Biotope use and trends of European butterflies
C Van Swaay, M Warren, G Loïs
Journal of Insect Conservation 10, 189-209, 2006
4512006
Distributions of occupied and vacant butterfly habitats in fragmented landscapes
CD Thomas, JA Thomas, MS Warren
Oecologia 92, 563-567, 1992
3911992
The decline of butterflies in Europe: Problems, significance, and possible solutions
MS Warren, D Maes, CAM van Swaay, P Goffart, H Van Dyck, NAD Bourn, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (2), e2002551117, 2021
2882021
Woodlands: past, present and potential for insects
MS Warren, RS Key
The conservation of insects and their habitats, 155-211, 1991
2651991
Long-term population trends in widespread British moths
KF Conrad, IP Woiwod, M Parsons, R Fox, MS Warren
Journal of Insect Conservation 8 (2), 119-136, 2004
2272004
The ecology and conservation of the heath fritillary butterfly, Mellicta athalia. III. Population dynamics and the effect of habitat management
MS Warren
Journal of applied ecology, 499-513, 1987
195*1987
The State of the UK’s Butterflies 2015
R Fox, TM Brereton, J Asher, TA August, MS Botham, NAD Bourn, ...
Butterfly Conservation, 2015
1912015
Prime butterfly areas of Europe: an initial selection of priority sitesfor conservation
CAMA van Swaay, MS Warren
Journal of Insect Conservation 10, 5-11, 2006
173*2006
Minimum viable metapopulation size, extinction debt, and the conservation of a declining species
CR Bulman, RJ Wilson, AR Holt, LG Bravo, RI Early, MS Warren, ...
Ecological Applications 17 (5), 1460-1473, 2007
1542007
The state of Britain’s larger moths 2021
R Fox, EB Dennis, CA Harrower, D Blumgart, JR Bell, P Cook, AM Davis, ...
Butterfly Conservation, Rothamsted Research and UK Centre for Ecology …, 2021
1532021
The development of butterfly indicators in the United Kingdom and assessments in 2010
T Brereton, DB Roy, I Middlebrook, M Botham, M Warren
Journal of Insect Conservation 15, 139-151, 2011
1532011
The ecology and conservation of the heath fritillary butterfly, Mellicta athalia. II. Adult population structure and mobility
MS Warren
Journal of applied Ecology, 483-498, 1987
1481987
The state of butterflies in Britain and Ireland
R Fox, J Asher, T Brereton, D Roy, M Warren
NatureBureau, 2006
1452006
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