Zoe G Davies
Zoe G Davies
Professor in Biodiversity Conservation, Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE)
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Ecological and evolutionary processes at expanding range margins
CD Thomas, EJ Bodsworth, RJ Wilson, AD Simmons, ZG Davies, ...
Nature 411, 577-581, 2001
9622001
Biodiversity and the feel-good factor: understanding associations between self-reported human well-being and species richness
M Dallimer, KN Irvine, AMJ Skinner, ZG Davies, JR Rouquette, LL Maltby, ...
BioScience 62, 47-55, 2012
5012012
Mapping an urban ecosystem service: quantifying above‐ground carbon storage at a city‐wide scale
ZG Davies, JL Edmondson, A Heinemeyer, JR Leake, KJ Gaston
Journal of Applied Ecology 48, 1125-1134, 2011
4232011
A national scale inventory of resource provision for biodiversity within domestic gardens
ZG Davies, RA Fuller, A Loram, KN Irvine, V Sims, KJ Gaston
Biological Conservation 142, 761-771, 2009
4002009
Are hedgerows effective corridors between fragments of woodland habitat? An evidence-based approach
ZG Davies, AS Pullin
Landscape Ecology 22, 333-351, 2007
2092007
Changing habitat associations of a thermally constrained species, the silver‐spotted skipper butterfly, in response to climate warming
ZG Davies, RJ Wilson, S Coles, CD Thomas
Journal of Animal Ecology 75, 247-256, 2006
1802006
Temporal changes in greenspace in a highly urbanized region
M Dallimer, Z Tang, PR Bibby, P Brindley, KJ Gaston, ZG Davies
Biology Letters 7, 763-766, 2011
1522011
Are current management recommendations for saproxylic invertebrates effective? A systematic review
ZG Davies, C Tyler, GB Stewart, AS Pullin
Biodiversity and Conservation 17, 209-234, 2008
1522008
Organic carbon hidden in urban ecosystems
JL Edmondson, ZG Davies, N McHugh, KJ Gaston, JR Leake
Scientific Reports 2, 963, 2012
1282012
Urban cultivation in allotments maintains soil qualities adversely affected by conventional agriculture
JL Edmondson, ZG Davies, KJ Gaston, JR Leake
Journal of Applied Ecology 51, 880-889, 2014
1092014
Land-cover effects on soil organic carbon stocks in a European city
JL Edmondson, ZG Davies, SA McCormack, KJ Gaston, JR Leake
Science of the Total Environment 472, 444-453, 2014
1062014
The re-expansion and improving status of the silver-spotted skipper butterfly (Hesperia comma) in Britain: a metapopulation success story
ZG Davies, RJ Wilson, TM Brereton, CD Thomas
Biological Conservation 124, 189-198, 2005
1032005
Improved timber harvest techniques maintain biodiversity in tropical forests
JE Bicknell, MJ Struebig, DP Edwards, ZG Davies
Current Biology 24, R1119-R1120, 2014
982014
Management costs for small protected areas and economies of scale in habitat conservation
PR Armsworth, L Cantú-Salazar, M Parnell, ZG Davies, R Stoneman
Biological Conservation 144, 423-429, 2011
902011
Unpacking the People–Biodiversity Paradox: A Conceptual Framework
TJ Pett, A Shwartz, KN Irvine, M Dallimer, ZG Davies
BioScience 66, 576-583, 2016
702016
Protected areas for conservation and poverty alleviation: experiences from Madagascar
CJ Gardner, ME Nicoll, T Mbohoahy, KLL Oleson, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 50, 1289-1294, 2013
702013
Household Factors Influencing Participation in Bird Feeding Activity: A National Scale Analysis
ZG Davies, RA Fuller, M Dallimer, A Loram, KJ Gaston
PloS One 7, e39692, 2012
702012
Dung beetles as indicators for rapid impact assessments: Evaluating best practice forestry in the neotropics
JE Bicknell, SP Phelps, RG Davies, DJ Mann, MJ Struebig, ZG Davies
Ecological Indicators 43, 154-161, 2014
682014
Modelling the effect of habitat fragmentation on range expansion in a butterfly
RJ Wilson, ZG Davies, CD Thomas
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276, 1421-1427, 2009
682009
Understanding biodiversity-ecosystem service relationships in urban areas: A comprehensive literature review
N Schwarz, M Moretti, MN Bugalho, ZG Davies, D Haase, J Hack, A Hof, ...
Ecosystem services 27, 161-171, 2017
672017
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