PUBLICATIONS

BUG scientists have an extensive peer-reviewed scientific publication record – a small selection of key recent publications is provided below. Full publication lists can be found within each individual staff profile.

Guo, Z., Andreou, D. and Britton, J.R. (2017) Sea Lamprey Petromyzon marinus biology and management across their native and Invasive Ranges: Promoting conservation by knowledge transfer. Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture 25, 84-99.

Bower, S. D., Danylchuk, A. J., Raghavan, R., Danylchuk, S. C., Pinder, A. C., Alter, A. M., and Cooke, S. J. (2017) Involving recreational fisheries stakeholders in development of research and conservation priorities for mahseer (Tor spp.) of India through collaborative workshops. Fisheries Research, 186, 665-671.

Pinder, A. C., Velterop, R., Cooke, S. J., and Britton, J. R. (2016) Consequences of catch-and-release angling for black bream Spondyliosoma cantharus, during the parental care period: implications for management. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil, fsw151.

Walton, S. E., Gan, H. M., Raghavan, R., Pinder, A. C., and Ahmad, A. (2016) Disentangling the Taxonomy of the Mahseers (Tor spp.) of Malaysia: An Integrated Approach Using Morphology, Genetics and Historical Records. Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture, 1-13.

Pinder A.C., Hopkins E., Scott L.J. and Britton J.R. (2016) Rapid visual assessment of spawning activity and associated habitat utilisation of sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus Linnaeus, 1758) in a chalk stream: implications for conservation monitoringJournal of Applied Ichthyology DOI: 10.1111/jai.13010.

Bower S.D., Danylchuk A.J., Raghavan R., Clark-Danylchuck S.E., Pinder A.C. and Cooke S.J. (2016) Rapid assessment of the physiological impacts caused by catch-and-release angling on blue-finned mahseer (Tor sp.) of the Cauvery River, India. Fisheries Management and Ecology DOI: 10.1111/fme.12135.

Pinder, A.C., Raghavan, R. and Britton, J.R. (2015) Efficacy of angler catch data as a population and conservation monitoring tool for the flagship Mahseer fishes (Tor spp.) of Southern India. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2543

Davies, G.D. and Britton, J.R. (2015) Assessing the efficacy and ecology of biocontrol and biomanipulation for managing invasive pest fishJournal of Applied Ecology 52 (5), 1264-1273.

Pinder, A., Raghavan, R. and Britton, J.R. (2015) The legendary hump-back mahseer Tor spp. of India’s River Cauvery: an endemic fish swimming towards extinctionEndangered Species research 28, 11-17.

Jackson, M.C., Ruiz-Navarro, A. and Britton, J.R. (2015) Population density modifies the ecological impacts of invasive speciesOikos 124 (7), 880-887.

Bowgen, K.A., Stillman, R.A. and Herbert, R.J.H. (2015) Predicting the effect of invertebrate regime shifts on wading birds: insights from Poole Harbour, UK. Biological Conservation 186, 60-68.

Stafford, R., Williams, R.L. and Herbert, R.J.H. (2015) Simple, policy friendly, ecological interaction models from uncertain data and expert opinion. Ocean and Coastal Management. doi:10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2015.04.013

Gillingham, P.K., Gillingham, P.K. et al. (2015) The effectiveness of protected areas in the conservation of species with changing geographical ranges. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 115 (3), 707-717.

Harrison, A.J., Walker, A.M., Pinder, A.C., Briand, C. and Aprahamian, M.W. (2014) A review of glass eel migratory behaviour, sampling techniques and abundance estimates in estuaries: implications for assessing recruitment, local production and exploitation. Review in Fish Biology and Fisheries 24 (4), 967-983.

Roy, H., Britton, J.R. et al. (2014) Horizon scanning for invasive alien species with the potential to threaten biodiversity in Great Britain. Global Change Biology 20, 3859-3871.

Busst, G.M. and Britton, J.R. (2014) Precision of the age-length increments of three cyprinids: effects of fish number and sub-sampling strategy. Journal of Fish Biology 84, 1926-1939.

Uzal, A., Walls, S., Stillman, R.A. and Diaz, A. (2013) Sika deer distribution and habitat selection: The influence of the availability and distribution of food, cover, and threats. European Journal of Wildlife Research 59 (4), 563-572.

Ibbotson, A.T., Riley, W.D., Beaumont, W.R.C., Cook, A.C., Ives, M.J., Pinder, A.C. and Scott, L.J. (2012) The source of autumn and spring downstream migrating juvenile Atlantic salmon in a small lowland river. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 22 (1), 73-81.

Wood, K.A., Stillman, R.A., Clarke, R.T., Daunt, F. and O’Hare, M.T. (2012) Measuring submerged macrophyte standing crop in shallow rivers: A test of methodologyAquatic Botany 102, 28-33.

Kelly, F.L., Harrison, A.J., Allen, M.L., Connor, L. & Rosell, R. (2012) Development and application of an ecological classification tool for fish in lakes in Ireland. Ecological Indicators 18, 608-619.

Harrison, A.J., Kelly, F.L., Connor, L. & Morrissey, E. (2012) Current status of pollan Coregonus autumnalis pollan in Lough Ree, Ireland. Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 112B (2), 225-233

Hart, A., Stafford, R., Goodenough, A. and Morgan, S. (2012) The role of citizen science and volunteer data collection in zoological research. International Journal of Zoology Volume 2012, Article ID 105345

Britton, J.R., Pegg, J. and Gozlan, R.E. (2011) Quantifying imperfect detection in an invasive pest fish and the implications for conservation management. Biological Conservation 144, 2177-2181.

Britton, J.R., Copp, G.H. and Gozlan, R.E. (2011) Managing non-native fish in the environment. Fish and Fisheries 12, 256-274.

Fletcher, S., Saunders, J. and Herbert, R.J.H. (2011) A review of the ecosystem services provided by broad-scale marine habitats in England’s MPA network. Journal of Coastal Research SI 64, 378-383.

Forbes, V.E., Stillman, R.A. et al. (2011) Adding value to ecological risk assessment with population modelingHuman and Ecological Risk Assessment 17 (2), 287-299.

West, A.D., Stillman, R.A., Drewitt, A., Frost, N.J., Mander, M., Miles, C., Langston, R., Sanderson, W.G. and Willis, J. (2011) WaderMORPH – a user-friendly individual-based model to advise shorebird policy and management. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2 (1), 95-98.

Diaz, A., Green, I.D. and Evans, D. (2011) Heathland Restoration Techniques: Ecological Consequences for Plant-Soil and Plant-Animal Interactions. ISRN Ecology 2011. ISSN: 2090-4622.

Cucherousset, J., Britton, J.R., Beaumont, W.R.C., Nyqvist, M., Sievers, K. and Gozlan, R.E. (2010) Determining the effects of species, environmental conditions and tracking method on the detection efficiency of portable PIT telemetryJournal of Fish Biology 76 (4), 1039-1045.

Gozlan, R.E., Britton, J.R., Cowx, I.G. and Copp, G.H. (2010) Current knowledge on non-native freshwater fish introductions. Journal of Fish Biology 76, 751-786.

Stillman, R.A. and Goss-Custard, J.D. (2010) Individual-based ecology of coastal birdsBiological Reviews 85, 413-434.

Hewlett, N.R., Snow, J. and Britton, J.R. (2009) The role of management practices in fish kills in recreational lake fisheries in England and Wales. Fisheries Management and Ecology 16, 248-254.

Hawkins, S.J., Herbert, R.J.H. et al. (2009) Consequences of climate-driven biodiversity changes for ecosystem functioning of North European rocky shoresMarine Ecology Progress Series 396, 245-259.

Diaz, A., Green, I.D. and Keith, S. (2009) Restoration in the face of climate change; a case study of the Dorset Heaths. Ecological Restoration 27, 257-260.

Stillman, R.A. (2008) MORPHAn individual-based model to predict the effect of environmental change on foraging animal populations. Ecological Modelling 216, 265-276.

Pinder, A.C., Riley, W.D., Ibbotson, A.T. and Beaumont, W.R.C. (2007) Evidence for an autumn downstream migration and the subsequent estuarine residence of 0+ year juvenile Atlantic salmon Salmo salar L., in England. Journal of Fish Biology 71 (1), 260-264.

Mieszkowska, N., Herbert, R.J.H. et al. (2006) Marine Biodiversity and Climate Change: Assessing and Predicting the Influence of Climate Change Using Intertidal Rocky Shore Biota. Marine Biological Association Occasional Publication 20.

Pinder, A.C., 2005. Larval taxonomy and early identification of topmouth gudgeon Pseudorasbora parva: a screening tool to reduce risks of unintentional species translocation. Fisheries Management and Ecology 12 (2), 99-104.