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Simon Duffield
Natural England
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Extinction risk from climate change is reduced by microclimatic buffering
AJ Suggitt, RJ Wilson, NJB Isaac, CM Beale, AG Auffret, T August, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (8), 713-717, 2018
3432018
Resilience to climate change: translating principles into practice
MD Morecroft, HQP Crick, SJ Duffield, NA Macgregor
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (3), 547-551, 2012
1752012
Characterization of biodiversity
FA Bisby, J Coddington, JP Thorpe, J Smartt, R Hengeveld, PJ Edwards, ...
Global biodiversity assessment 162, 14624-14627, 1995
1611995
Measuring the success of climate change adaptation and mitigation in terrestrial ecosystems
MD Morecroft, S Duffield, M Harley, JW Pearce-Higgins, N Stevens, ...
Science 366 (6471), eaaw9256, 2019
1432019
The effect of spatial scale of treatment with dimethoate on invertebrate population recovery in winter wheat
SJ Duffield, NJ Aebischer
Journal of Applied Ecology, 263-281, 1994
1301994
Influences of extreme weather, climate and pesticide use on invertebrates in cereal fields over 42 years
JA Ewald, CJ Wheatley, NJ Aebischer, SJ Moreby, SJ Duffield, HQP Crick, ...
Global change biology 21 (11), 3931-3950, 2015
1192015
Ecological time lags and the journey towards conservation success
K Watts, RC Whytock, KJ Park, E Fuentes-Montemayor, NA Macgregor, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (3), 304-311, 2020
1032020
Large extents of intensive land use limit community reorganization during climate warming
TH Oliver, S Gillings, JW Pearce‐Higgins, T Brereton, HQP Crick, ...
Global change biology 23 (6), 2272-2283, 2017
892017
The influence of nitrogen fertiliser on the population development of the cereal aphids Sitobion avenae (F.) and Metopolophium dirhodum (Wlk.) on field grown winter wheat
SJ Duffield, RJ Bryson, JEB Young, R Sylvester‐Bradley, RK Scott
Annals of Applied Biology 130 (1), 13-26, 1997
711997
Egg cannibalism in Helicoverpa armigera on sorghum and pigeonpea
L Sigsgaard, MH Greenstone, SJ Duffield
BioControl 47, 151-165, 2002
662002
Conducting robust ecological analyses with climate data
AJ Suggitt, PJ Platts, IM Barata, JJ Bennie, MD Burgess, N Bystriakova, ...
Oikos 126 (11), 1533-1541, 2017
532017
Successful restoration of moth abundance and species-richness in grassland created under agri-environment schemes
J Alison, SJ Duffield, MD Morecroft, RH Marrs, JA Hodgson
Biological conservation 213, 51-58, 2017
522017
A national-scale assessment of climate change impacts on species: Assessing the balance of risks and opportunities for multiple taxa
JW Pearce-Higgins, CM Beale, TH Oliver, TA August, M Carroll, ...
Biological Conservation 213, 124-134, 2017
512017
Spatial changes in invertebrate predation rate in winter wheat following treatment with dimethoate
SJ Duffield, PC Jepson, SD Wratten, NW Sotherton
Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 78 (1), 9-17, 1996
491996
Can site and landscape‐scale environmental attributes buffer bird populations against weather events?
SE Newson, TH Oliver, S Gillings, HQP Crick, MD Morecroft, SJ Duffield, ...
Ecography 37 (9), 872-882, 2014
372014
A framework for climate change adaptation indicators for the natural environment
JW Pearce-Higgins, LH Antão, RE Bates, KM Bowgen, CD Bradshaw, ...
Ecological Indicators 136, 108690, 2022
362022
Evaluating the CROPGRO soybean model for predicting impacts of insect defoliation and depodding
J Timsina, KJ Boote, S Duffield
Agronomy journal 99 (1), 148-157, 2007
362007
Within‐plant distribution of Helicoverpa armigera (Hübner) and Helicoverpa punctigera (Wallengren) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) eggs on irrigated soybean
SJ Duffield, DG Chapple
Australian Journal of Entomology 40 (2), 151-157, 2001
292001
Evaluation of insecticides for the control of Helicoverpa armigera (Hübner) and Helicoverpa punctigera (Wallengren) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) on soybean, and …
SJ Duffield, SL Jordan
Australian Journal of Entomology 39 (4), 322-327, 2000
292000
Crop-specific differences in the seasonal abundance of four major predatory groups on sorghum and short-duration pigeonpea
SJ Duffield
International Chickpea Newsletter 2, 74-76, 1995
291995
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