A multifunctional approach to bird conservation on farmland: a ten-year appraisal.
Stoate, C., Brockless, M.H., & Boatman, N.D.
2002. Aspects of Applied Biology, 67: 191-196.
A new design for the arable landscape and its use by farmland passerines.
Stoate, C. & Murray, K.A.
2002. In: Chamberlain, D.E. & Wilson, A. (eds) Avian Landscape Ecology: Pure and Applied Issues in the Large-Scale Ecology of Birds: 342-345. International Association for Landscape Ecology (UK).
Farmers' Management Strategies and the Conservation of Farmland Passerines.
2002. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis. Open University, Milton Keynes.
Behavioural ecology of farmers: what does it mean for wildlife.
2002. British Wildlife, 13: 153-159.
Where the Birds Sing. The Allerton Project: 10 Years of Conservation on Farmland.
Stoate, C. & Leake, A.R.
2002. The Game Conservancy Trust with Allerton Research & Educational Trust, Fordingbridge.
Do habitat characteristics influence predation on red grouse?
Thirgood, S.J., Redpath, S.M., Campbell, S.T., & Smith, A.A.
2002. Journal of Applied Ecology, 39: 217-225.
The spatial distribution of carabid beetles in agricultural landscapes.
Thomas, C.F.G., Holland, J.M. & Brown, N.J.
2002. In: Holland, J.M. (ed.) The Agroecology of Carabid Beetles: 305-344. Intercept, Andover, UK.
Botanical diversity of beetle banks. Effects of age and comparison with conventional arable field margins in southern UK.
Thomas, S.R., Nordhuis, R., Holland, J.M., & Goulson, D.
2002. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 93: 403-412.
The refuge role of beetle-banks and field margins for carabid beetles on UK arable farmland: densities, composition and relationships with vegetation.
2002. In: Szyszko, J., den Boer, P.J. & Bauer, T. (eds) How to Protect or What we Know about Carabid Beetles: 185-199. Warsaw Agricultural University Press, Warsaw.
Parasite-mediated competition among red-legged partridges and other lowland gamebirds.
Tompkins, D.M., Parish, D.M.B., & Hudson, P.J.
2002. Journal of Wildlife Management, 66: 445-450.
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