Publications

Tapley, B., Bielby, J., Böhm, M., Brookes, L., Capel, T., Capon-Doyle, J. S., Chen, S., Cliffe, A., Clifforde, L., Couchman., O., Cunningham, A. A.,  Feltrer, Y., Ferguson, A., Flach, E., Franklin, M., Garner, T. W. J., Gill, I., Gray, C. L., Gumbs, R., Guthrie, A., Jaffe, J., Jayson, S., Harding, L., Hudson, M., Kane, D., Korn, J., Lawson, B., Macintosh, H., Masters, N., Maunders, T.,  Molenaar, F., Michaels, C. J., Moxey, T., Murray, C., Owen, N., Pearce-Kelly, P., Rendle, M., Sainsbury, T., Sergeant, C., Servini, F., Sparrow, S., Strike, T., Thomas, S. and Turvey, S. 2017. Zoological Society of London: contributions towards advancing the field of herpetology through conservation, research, captive management and education. The Herpetological Bulletin 139, 1-6.

Hudson, L.N.,  Newbold, T., Contu. S., Hill, S.L.L., Lysenko, I., De Palma, A., et al. 2017. The PREDICTS database: a global database of how local terrestrial biodiversity responds to human impacts. Ecology and Evolution 7, 1, 145–18. OPEN ACCESS – click here.

Gray, C.L.*, Hill, S. L. L.*, Newbold, N., Hudson, L. N., Börger, L., Contu, S., Hoskins, A. J., Ferrier, S., Purvis, A., Scharlemann, J. P. W., 2016. Local biodiversity is higher inside than outside protected areas worldwide. Nature Communications 7, 12306. OPEN ACCESS – click here.  *contributed equally to this paper.

Newbold, N., Hudson, L. N., Hill, S. L. L., Contu, S., Gray, C. L., Scharlemann, J. P. W., Börger, L., Phillips, H. R. P., Sheil, D., Lysenko, I., and Purvis, A., 2016. Global patterns of terrestrial assemblage turnover within and among land uses.  Ecography 39, 001 – 013. OPEN ACCESS – click here.

Gray, C. L., Simmons, B. I., Fayle, T. M., Mann, D. J., Slade, E. M., 2016. Are riparian forest reserves sources of invertebrate biodiversity spillover and associated ecosystem functions in oil palm landscapes? Biological Conservation 194, 176 – 183. OPEN ACCESS – click here.

Gray, C. L., Lewis O. T., Chung, A. Y. C., Fayle, T. M., 2015. Riparian reserves within oil palm plantations conserve logged forest leaf litter ant communities and maintain associated scavenging rates. Journal of Applied Ecology 52, 1, 31 – 40. OPEN ACCESS – click here.

Konopik, O., Gray, C. L., Grafe, T. U., Steffan-Dewenter, I., Fayle, T. M., 2014. From rain forest to oil palm plantations: shifts in predator population and prey communities, but resistant interactions. Global Ecology and Conservation 2, 385 – 394. OPEN ACCESS – click here.

Gray, C.L., Lewis, O.T., 2014. Do riparian forest fragments provide ecosystem services or disservices in surrounding oil palm plantations? Basic and Applied Ecology 15, 8, 693–700. OPEN ACCESS – click here.

Gray, C.L., Slade, E.M., Mann, D.J., Lewis, O.T., 2014. Do riparian reserves support dung beetle biodiversity and ecosystem services in oil palm-dominated tropical landscapes? Ecology and Evolution 4,  Issue 7, 1049–1060. OPEN ACCESS – click here.

Rodrigues, A.S.L., Gray, C.L., Crowter, B.J., Ewers, R.M., Stuart, S.N., Whitten, T., Manica, A., 2010. A Global Assessment of Amphibian Taxonomic Effort and Expertise. BioScience 60, 798–806

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