All publications for Rob Fuller

Alder, D.C., Fuller, R.J. & Marsden, S.J. 2018. Implications of transformation to irregular silviculture for woodland birds: A stand wise comparison in an English broadleaf woodland. Forest Ecology and Management 422 : 69-78 View at journal website (DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2018.04.004)
Heward, C.J., Hoodless, A.N., Conway, G.J., Fuller, R.J., MacColl, A.D.C. & Aebisher, N.J. 2018. Habitat correlates of Eurasian Woodcock Scolopax rusticola abundance in a declining resident population. Journal of Ornithology : 1-11 View at journal website (DOI: 10.1007/s10336-018-1570-z)
OCKENDON, N., THOMAS, D.H.L., CORTINA, J., ADAMS, W.M., AYKROYD, T., BAROV, B., BOITANI, L., BONN, A., BRANQUINHO, C., BROMBACHER, M., BURRELL, C., CARVER, S., CRICK, H.Q.P., DUGUY, B., EVERETT, S., FOKKENS, B., FULLER, R.J., GIBBONS, D.W., GOKHELASHVILI, R., GRIFFIN, C., HALLEY, D.J., HOTHAM, P., HUGHES, F.M.R., KARAMANLIDIS, A.A., MCOWEN, C.J., MILES, L., MITCHELL, R., RANDS, M.R.W., ROBERTS, J., SANDOM, C.J., SPENCER, J.W., TEN BROEKE, E., TEW, E.R., THOMAS, C.D. , TIMOSHYNA, A., UNSWORTH, R.K.F., WARRINGTON, S. & SUTHERLAND, W.J. 2018. One hundred priority questions for landscape restoration in Europe. Biological Conservation 221 : 198-208 View at journal website (DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2018.03.002)
Fuller, R.J., Casey, D., Melin, M. & Hill, R. 2018. Rapid progression of ash dieback in the coppice of Bradfield Woods, Suffolk. Quarterly Journal of Forestry
MIKUSIŃSKI, G., ROBERGE, J.M. & FULLER, R.J. 2018. Ecology and Conservation of Forest Birds. Book title: Ecology and Conservation of Forest Birds Cambridge University Press, Cambridge ISBN: 9781107072138 £69.99
Hewson, C.M., Miller, M., Johnston, A., Conway, G.J., Saunders, R., Marchant, J.H. & Fuller, R.J. 2018. Estimating national population sizes: Methodological challenges and applications illustrated in the common nightingale, a declining songbird in the UK. Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (part 4) : 2 008-2 018 View at journal website (DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.13120)
Dolman, P., Williamson, T., Fuller, R. & Barnes, G. 2017. What does 'traditional' management really mean?. British Wildlife 29 (part 2) : 113-119
Broome, A., Fuller, R.J., Bellamy, P.E., Eichhorn, M.P., Gill, R.M.A., Harmer, R., Kerr, G. & Siriwardena, G.M. 2017. Implications of lowland broadleaved woodland management for the conservation of target bird species. Download Report (PDF)
Eichhorn, M.P., Ryding, J., Smith, M.J., Gill, R.M.A., Siriwardena, G.M. & Fuller, R.J. 2017. Effects of deer on woodland structure revealed through terrestrial laser scanning. Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (part 6) : 1 615-1 626 View at journal website (DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12902)
Calladine, J., Humphreys, E.M., Gilbert, L., Furness, R.W., Robinson, R.A., Fuller, R.J., Littlewood, N.A., Pakeman, R.J., Ferguson, J. & Thompson, C. 2017. <h1 lang="en">Continuing influences of introduced hedgehogs Erinaceus europaeus as a predator of wader (Charadrii) eggs four decades after their release on the Outer Hebrides, Scotland</h1>. Biological Invasions 19 : 1 981-1 987 View at journal website (DOI: 10.1007/s10530-017-1422-4)
Fuller, R.J., Williamson, T., Barnes, G. & Dolman, P.M. 2016. Human activities and biodiversity opportunities in pre‐industrial cultural landscapes: relevance to conservation. Journal of Applied Ecology 54 : 459-469 View at journal website (DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12762)
Robert J. Fuller 2016. Management responses to ash dieback (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) in woodland: implications for woodland structure and resources for biodiversity. Research Report no. 685. British Trust for Ornithology ISBN: 978-1-908581-80-8 50pp £5.00
Ian Henderson & Rob Fuller 2016. Review of the Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) Selection Guidelines for Breeding Bird Assemblages. Research Report no. 638. ISBN: 978-1-908581-61-7 25pp £2.50 Download Report (PDF)
Fuller, R., Marshall, M., Eversham, B., Wilkinson, P. & Wright, K. 2016. The increasing importance of monitoring wildlife responses to habitat management. British Wildlife 27 (part 3) : 175-186 Download Report (PDF)
Heward, C.J., Hoodless, A.N., Conway,G.J., Aebischer,N.J., Gillings, S. & Fuller, R.J. 2015. Current status and recent trend of the Eurasian Woodcock Scolopax rusticola as a breeding bird in Britain. Bird Study early online View at journal website (DOI: 10.1080/00063657.2015.1092497)
Feber , R.E., Johnson, P.J., Bell, J.R., Chamberlain, D.E., Firbank, L.G., Fuller, R.J., Manley, W., Mathews, F., Norton,L.R., Townsend, M. & Macdonald, D.W. 2015. Organic Farming: Biodiversity Impacts Can Depend on Dispersal Characteristics and Landscape Context. PLOS ONE 10 (part 8) View at journal website (DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0135921)
Calladine, J., Bray, J., Broome, A. & Fuller, R.J 2015. Comparison of breeding bird assemblages in conifer plantations managed by continuous cover forestry and clearfelling. Forest Ecology and Management 344 : 20-29 Link to publication View at journal website (DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2015.02.017)
Gillings, S., Balmer, D.E. & Fuller, R.J. 2015. Directionality of recent bird distribution shifts and climate change in Great Britain. Global Change Biology Link to publication View at journal website (DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12823)
Calladine, J., Pakeman, R.J., Humphreys, E., Huband, S. & Fuller, R.J. 2014. Changes in breeding wader assemblages, vegetation and land use within machair environments over three decades. Bird Study 61 (part 3) : 287-300 Link to publication View at journal website (DOI: 10.1080/00063657.2014.917604)
David J Baker & Robert J Fuller* * Correspondence author 2014. How can research help deliver a 'coherent & resilient ecological network'?. Research Report no. 628. ISBN: 978-1-908581-33-4 43pp £5.00 Download Report (PDF)
Fuller, R. & Calladine, J. 2014. Landscape transition through natural processes: implications for biodiversity of tree regeneration on moorland. Book title: Ecology and conservation of birds in upland and alpine habitats: Proceedings of the BOU Annual Conference held at the University of Leicester, 1-3 April 2014 BOU Link to publication
Gillings, S., Balmer, D.E. & Fuller, R.J. 2014. Directionality of recent bird distribution shifts and climate change in Great Britain. Global Change Biology View at journal website (DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12823)
Holt, C.A., Fuller, R.J. & Dolman, P.M. 2014. Exclusion of deer affects responses of birds to woodland regeneration in winter and summer. Ibis 156 (part 1) : 116-131 Link to publication View at journal website (DOI: 10.1111/ibi.12096)
Siriwardena, G.M., Baillie, S.R., Fuller, R.J. & Robinson, R.A. 2014. How can functional space for farmland birds best be studied? A comment on Butler and Norris (2013). Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 192 : 8-11 Link to publication View at journal website (DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2014.03.032)
Dawn Balmer, Simon Gillings, Brian Caffrey, Bob Swann, Iain Downie, Rob Fuller 2013. Bird Atlas 2007-11: The Breeding and Wintering Birds of Britain and Ireland. British Trust for Ornithology Link to publication ISBN: 978-1908581280 720pp £69.99
Balmer, D.E., Gillings, S., Caffrey, B.J., Swann, R.L. & Fuller, R.J. 2013. Setting the scene. Book title: Bird Atlas 2007-11: the breeding and wintering birds of Britain and Ireland BTO Books, Thetford : 18-30 ISBN: 978-1-908581-28-0
Balmer, D.E., Gillings, S., Caffrey, B.J., Swann, R.L., Downie, I.S. & Fuller, R.J. 2013. Bird Atlas 2007-11: the breeding and wintering birds of Britain and Ireland. Book title: Bird Atlas 2007-11: the breeding and wintering birds of Britain and Ireland BTO Books, Thetford ISBN: 978-1-908581-28-0
Fuller, R.J. 2013. FORUM: Searching for biodiversity gains through woodfuel and forest management. Journal of Applied Ecology 50 : 1 295-1 300 View at journal website (DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12152)
Fuller, R.J. & Rothery, P. 2013. Temporal consistency in fine-scale habitat relationships of woodland birds during a period of habitat deterioration.. Forest Ecology and Management 289 : 164-174 Link to publication View at journal website (DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2012.09.035)
Fuller, R.J., Gillings, S., Lauder, A. & Crowe, O. 2013. Pattern and change in the British and Irish avifaunas over a 40-year period. Book title: Bird Atlas 2007-11: the breeding and wintering birds of Britain and Ireland BTO Books, Thetford : 115-147 ISBN: 978-1-908581-28-0
Eglington, S.M., Noble, D.G. & Fuller, R.J. 2012. A meta-analysis of spatial relationships in species richness across taxa: Birds as indicators of wider biodiversity in temperate regions. Journal for Nature Conservation 20 (part 5) : 301-309 Link to publication View at journal website (DOI: 10.1016/j.jnc.2012.07.002)
Fuller, R.J. 2012. Avian responses to transitional habitats in temperate cultural landscapes: woodland edges and young-growth. Book title: Birds and Habitat: Relationships in Changing Landscapes Cambridge University Press, Cambridge : 125-149 ISBN: 978-05-2189-756-3
Fuller, R.J. 2012. Birds and their changing habitat: thoughts on research and conservation strategies. Book title: Birds and Habitat: Relationships in Changing Landscapes Cambridge University Press, Cambridge : 516-529 ISBN: 978-05-2189-756-3
Fuller, R.J. 2012. Habitat quality and habitat occupancy by birds in variable environments. Book title: Birds and Habitat: Relationships in Changing Landscapes Cambridge University Press, Cambridge : 37-62 ISBN: 978-05-2189-756-3
Fuller, R.J. 2012. The bird and its habitat: an overview of concepts. Book title: Birds and Habitat: Relationships in Changing Landscapes Cambridge University Press, Cambridge : 4-36 ISBN: 978-05-2189-756-3
Fuller, R.J., Smith, K.W. & Hinsley, S.A. 2012. Temperate western European woodland as a dynamic environment for birds: a resource-based view. Book title: Birds and Habitat: Relationships in Changing Landscapes Cambridge University Press, Cambridge : 352-380 ISBN: 978-05-2189-756-3
Hewson, C.M., Fuller, R.J., Amor, A. & Smith, K. 2012. Changes in the structure of British woodland bird communities between the 1980s and 2003-2004; analysis of Repeat Woodland Bird Survey data. Research Report no. 490. ISBN: 978-1-908581-15-0 102pp £10.00 Download Report (PDF)
Holt, C.A., Hewson, C.M. & Fuller, R.J. 2012. The Nightingale in Britain: status, ecology and conservation needs. British Birds 105 : 172-187
Newson, S.E., Johnston, A., Renwick, A.R., Baillie, S.B. & Fuller, R.J. 2012. Modelling large-scale relationships between increasing abundance of deer and changes changes in bird populations in lowland England. Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (part 1) : 278-286 Link to publication View at journal website (DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2011.02077.x)
Oliver, T.H., Gillings, S., Girardello, M., Rapacciuolo, G., Brereton, T.M., Siriwardena, G., Roy, D.B., Pywell, R. & Fuller, R.J. 2012. Population density but not stability can be predicted from species distribution models. Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (part 3) : 581-590 Link to publication View at journal website (DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2012.02138.x)
Wesołowski, T. & Fuller, R.J. 2012. Spatial variation and temporal shifts in habitat use by birds at the European scale. Book title: Birds and Habitat: Relationships in Changing Landscapes Cambridge University Press, Cambridge : 63-92 ISBN: 978-05-2189-756-3
Fahrig, L., Baudry, J., Brotons, L., Burel, F., Crist, T., Fuller, R.J., Sirami, C. ,Siriwardena, G.M. & Martin, J.L. 2011. Functional landscape heterogeneity and animal biodiversity in agricultural landscapes. Ecology Letters 14 : 101-112 View at journal website (DOI: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2010.01559.x)
Hewson, C.M., Austin, G.E., Gough, S.J. & Fuller, R.J. 2011. Species-specific responses of woodland birds to stand-level habitat characteristics: the dual importance of forest structure and floristics. Forest Ecology and Management 261 : 1 224-1 240
Holt, C.A., Fuller, R.J., and Dolman, P.M. 2011. Breeding and post-breeding responses of woodland birds to modification of habitat structure by deer. Biological Conservation 144 (part 9) : 2 151-2 162 Link to publication View at journal website (DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2011.05.004)
Sage, R.B., Hoodless, A.N, Hewson, C.M., Wilson, S., Le Clare, C., Marchant, J.H., Draycott, R.A.H. & Fuller, R.J. 2011. Assessing breeding success in common woodland birds using a novel method. Bird Study 58 : 409-420 Link to publication View at journal website (DOI: 10.1080/00063657.2011.606497)
Dolman, P., Fuller, R., Gill, R., Hooton, D. & Tabor, R. 2010. Escalating ecological impacts of deer in lowland woodland. British Wildlife : 242-254

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