Stephen Hartley
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Uses and abuses of fractal methodology in ecology
JM Halley, S Hartley, AS Kallimanis, WE Kunin, JJ Lennon, SP Sgardelis
Ecology Letters 7 (3), 254-271, 2004
3492004
Scale dependency of rarity, extinction risk, and conservation priority
S Hartley, WE Kunin
Conservation biology 17 (6), 1559-1570, 2003
2642003
Quantifying uncertainty in the potential distribution of an invasive species: climate and the Argentine ant
S Hartley, R Harris, PJ Lester
Ecology letters 9 (9), 1068-1079, 2006
1512006
Is rapid evolution common in introduced plant species?
JM Buswell, AT Moles, S Hartley
Journal of Ecology 99 (1), 214-224, 2011
1482011
Relative roles of climatic suitability and anthropogenic influence in determining the pattern of spread in a global invader
N Roura-Pascual, C Hui, T Ikeda, G Leday, DM Richardson, S Carpintero, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (1), 220-225, 2011
1442011
A general framework for the aggregation model of coexistence
S Hartley, B Shorrocks
Journal of Animal Ecology 71 (4), 651-662, 2002
1122002
Global patterns in fruiting seasons
S Ting, S Hartley, KC Burns
Global Ecology and Biogeography 17 (5), 648-657, 2008
942008
Scaling down: on the challenge of estimating abundance from occurrence patterns
WE Kunin, S Hartley, JJ Lennon
The American Naturalist 156 (5), 560-566, 2000
872000
Coherence and discontinuity in the scaling of specie's distribution patterns
S Hartley, WE Kunin, JJ Lennon, MJO Pocock
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
842004
A positive relationship between local abundance and regional occupancy is almost inevitable (but not all positive relationships are the same)
S Hartley
Journal of Animal Ecology, 992-994, 1998
841998
Temperature-dependent development of the Argentine ant, Linepithema humile (Mayr)(Hymenoptera: Formicidae): a degree-day model with implications for range limits in New Zealand.
S Hartley, PJ Lester
New Zealand Entomologist 26 (1), 91-100, 2003
812003
The widespread collapse of an invasive species: Argentine ants (Linepithema humile) in New Zealand
M Cooling, S Hartley, DA Sim, PJ Lester
Biology Letters 8 (3), 430-433, 2012
702012
Fractal species distributions do not produce power‐law species‐area relationships
JJ Lennon, WE Kunin, S Hartley
Oikos 97 (3), 378-386, 2002
682002
Integrating physiology, population dynamics and climate to make multi‐scale predictions for the spread of an invasive insect: the Argentine ant at Haleakala National Park, Hawaii
S Hartley, PD Krushelnycky, PJ Lester
Ecography 33 (1), 83-94, 2010
652010
Integrating photointerpretation and GIS for vegetation mapping: some issues of error
DR Green, S Hartley
Vegetation mapping: from patch to planet, 103-134, 2000
572000
Minimizing false‐negatives when predicting the potential distribution of an invasive species: A bioclimatic envelope for the red‐eared slider at global and regional scales
K Heidy Kikillus, KM Hare, S Hartley
Animal Conservation 13, 5-15, 2010
512010
Argentine and other ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in New Zealand horticultural ecosystems: distribution, hemipteran hosts, and review
PJ Lester, CW Baring, CG Longson, S Hartley
New Zealand Entomologist 26 (1), 79-89, 2003
432003
Ecological correlates of range structure in rare and scarce British plants
MJO Pocock, S Hartley, MG Telfer, CD Preston, WE Kunin
Journal of Ecology, 581-596, 2006
422006
Twenty years of Argentine ants in New Zealand: past research and future priorities for applied management
DF Ward, C Green, RJ Harris, S Hartley, PJ Lester, MC Stanley, ...
New Zealand Entomologist 33 (1), 68-78, 2010
412010
Patterns of niche filling and expansion across the invaded ranges of an Australian lizard
R Tingley, MB Thompson, S Hartley, DG Chapple
Ecography 39 (3), 270-280, 2016
382016
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