Browsing Research Articles by Author "Bond, W.J."

Browsing Research Articles by Author "Bond, W.J."

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  • Archibald, S.; Lehmann, C.E.R.; Belcher, C.M.; Bond, W.J.; Bradstock, R.A. (Environmental Research Letters, 2018-03-06)
    Roughly 3% of the Earth's land surface burns annually, representing a critical exchange of energy and matter between the land and atmosphere via combustion. Fires range from slow smouldering peat fires, to low-intensity ...
  • Hempson, G.P.; Archibald, S.; Bond, W.J. (Scientific Reports, 2017-12-01)
    The extirpation of native wildlife species and widespread establishment of livestock farming has dramatically distorted large mammal herbivore communities across the globe. Ecological theory suggests that these shifts in ...
  • Hempson, G.P.; Illius, A.W.; Hendricks, H.H.; Bond, W.J.; Vetter, S. (Ecological Society of America, 2015-08)
    Large-mammal herbivore populations are subject to the interaction of internal density-dependent processes and external environmental stochasticity. We disentangle these processes by linking consumer population dynamics, ...
  • Stevens, N.; Archibald, S.; Bond, W.J. (Frontiers Media, 2018-09-18)
    Plant species range shifts are predicted to occur in response to climate change. The predictions are often based on the assumption that climate is the primary factor limiting the distribution of species. However the ...

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