Prof. James Bullock

Selected Publications

Publications

McGinlay James; Parsons David J.; Morris Joe; Hubatova Marie; Graves Anil; Bradbury Richard B.; Bullock James M.; , 2017, Do charismatic species groups generate more cultural ecosystem service benefits?. Ecosystem Services, 27, 15-24

Sayer C.A.; Bullock J.M.; Martin P.A.; , 2017, Dynamics of avian species and functional diversity in secondary tropical forests. Biological Conservation, 211, 1-9

Chapman Daniel S.; Scalone Romain; Štefanić Edita; Bullock James M.; , 2017, Mechanistic species distribution modeling reveals a niche shift during invasion. Ecology, 98, 1671-1680

Hemrová Lucie; Bullock James M.; Hooftman Danny A.P.; White Steven M.; Münzbergová Zuzana; , 2017, Drivers of plant species’ potential to spread: the importance of demography versus seed dispersal. Oikos

Martin Philip A.; Newton Adrian C.; Bullock James M.; , 2017, Impacts of invasive plants on carbon pools depend on both species’ traits and local climate. Ecology, 98, 1026-1035

Gilbert Mark A.; White Steven M.; Bullock James M.; Gaffney Eamonn A.; , 2017, Speeding up the simulation of population spread models. Methods in Ecology and Evolution

White Steven M.; Bullock James M.; Hooftman Danny A.P.; Chapman Daniel S.; , 2017, Modelling the spread and control of Xylella fastidiosa in the early stages of invasion in Apulia, Italy. Biological Invasions

Auffret Alistair G.; Rico Yessica; Bullock James M.; Hooftman Danny A.P.; Pakeman Robin J.; Soons Merel B.; Suárez-Esteban Alberto; Traveset Anna; Wagner Helene H.; Cousins Sara A.O.; , 2017, Plant functional connectivity - integrating landscape structure and effective dispersal. Journal of Ecology

Bullock James M.; Mallada Gonzalez Laura; Tamme Riin; Götzenberger Lars; White Steven M.; Pärtel Meelis; Hooftman Danny A.P.; , 2017, A synthesis of empirical plant dispersal kernels. Journal of Ecology, 105, 6-19

Woodcock Ben A.; Heard Matthew S.; Jitlal Mark S.; Rundlof Maj; Bullock James M.; Shore Richard F.; Pywell Richard F.; , 2016, Replication, effect sizes and identifying the biological impacts of pesticides on bees under field conditions. Journal of Applied Ecology, 53, 1358-1362

Chapman Daniel S.; Makra László; Albertini Roberto; Bonini Maira; Páldy Anna; Rodinkova Victoria; Šikoparija Branko; Weryszko-Chmielewska Elżbieta; Bullock James M.; , 2016, Modelling the introduction and spread of non-native species: international trade and climate change drive ragweed invasion. Global Change Biology, 22, 3067-3079

Woodcock B.A.; Bullock J.M.; McCracken M.; Chapman R.E.; Ball S.L.; Edwards M.E.; Nowakowski M.; Pywell R.F.; , 2016, Spill-over of pest control and pollination services into arable crops. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, 231, 15-23

Wagner Markus; Bullock James M.; Hulmes Lucy; Hulmes Sarah; Pywell Richard; , 2016, Cereal density and N-fertiliser effects on the flora and biodiversity value of arable headlands. Biodiversity and Conservation

Woodcock Ben A.; Isaac Nicholas J.B.; Bullock James M.; Roy David B.; Garthwaite David G.; Crowe Andrew; Pywell Richard F.; , 2016, Impacts of neonicotinoid use on long-term population changes in wild bees in England . Nature Communications, 7

Redhead J.W.; Stratford C.; Sharps K.; Jones L.; Ziv G.; Clarke D.; Oliver T.H.; Bullock J.M.; , 2016, Empirical validation of the InVEST water yield ecosystem service model at a national scale.

Raffaelli Dave; Bullock James M.; Cinderby Steve; Durance Isabelle; Emmett Bridget; Harris Jim; Hicks Kevin; Oliver Tom H.; Paterson Dave; White Piran C.L.; , 2016, Big Data and Ecosystem Research Programmes. , 51, 41-77

Willcock Simon; Hooftman Danny; Sitas Nadia; O’Farrell Patrick; Hudson Malcolm D.; Reyers Belinda; Eigenbrod Felix; Bullock James M.; , 2016, Do ecosystem service maps and models meet stakeholders’ needs? A preliminary survey across sub-Saharan Africa. , 18, 110-117

Santini Luca; Cornulier Thomas; Bullock James M.; Palmer Stephen C.F.; White Steven M.; Hodgson Jenny A.; Bocedi Greta; Travis Justin M.J.; , 2016, A trait-based approach for predicting species responses to environmental change from sparse data: how well might terrestrial mammals track climate change?.

Oliver Tom H.; Heard Matthew S.; Isaac Nick J.B.; Roy David B.; Procter Deborah; Eigenbrod Felix; Freckleton Rob; Hector Andy; Orme C. David L.; Petchey Owen L.; Proença Vânia; Raffaelli David; Blake Suttle K.; Mace Georgina M.; Martín-López Berta; Woodcock Ben A.; Bullock James M.; , 2016, A synthesis is emerging between biodiversity–ecosystem function and ecological resilience research: reply to Mori. , 31, 89-92

Bernes Claes; Bullock James M.; Jakobsson Simon; Rundlof Maj; Verheyen Kris; Lindborg Regina; , 2016, How are biodiversity and dispersal of species affected by the management of roadsides? A systematic map protocol. , 5