Stephen D. Gregory
Stephen D. Gregory
Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust
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Dangerously few liaisons: a review of mate-finding Allee effects
J Gascoigne, L Berec, S Gregory, F Courchamp
Population Ecology 51 (3), 355-372, 2009
2582009
Limited evidence for the demographic Allee effect from numerous species across taxa
SD Gregory, CJA Bradshaw, BW Brook, F Courchamp
Ecology 91 (7), 2151-2161, 2010
932010
Brave new green world–consequences of a carbon economy for the conservation of Australian biodiversity
CJA Bradshaw, DMJS Bowman, NR Bond, BP Murphy, AD Moore, ...
Biological Conservation 161, 71-90, 2013
802013
Island prioritization for invasive rodent eradications with an emphasis on reinvasion risk
DB Harris, SD Gregory, LS Bull, F Courchamp
Biological Invasions 14 (6), 1251-1263, 2012
512012
Space invaders? A search for patterns underlying the coexistence of alien black rats and Galápagos rice rats
DB Harris, SD Gregory, DW Macdonald
Oecologia 149 (2), 276, 2006
422006
Long-term field data and climate-habitat models show that orangutan persistence depends on effective forest management and greenhouse gas mitigation
SD Gregory, BW Brook, B Goossens, M Ancrenaz, R Alfred, LN Ambu, ...
Public Library of Science 7 (9), e43846, 2012
372012
Rapid deforestation threatens mid‐elevational endemic birds but climate change is most important at higher elevations
JBC Harris, D Dwi Putra, SD Gregory, BW Brook, DM Prawiradilaga, ...
Diversity and Distributions 20 (7), 773-785, 2014
322014
Allee effects in social species
E Angulo, GM Luque, SD Gregory, JW Wenzel, C Bessa‐Gomes, L Berec, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (1), 47-58, 2018
302018
Eradications of vertebrate pests in Australia: A review and guidelines for future best practice
S Gregory, W Henderson, E Smee, P Cassey
Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, 2014
25*2014
Prickly coexistence or blunt competition? Opuntia refugia in an invaded rodent community
SD Gregory, DW Macdonald
Oecologia 159 (1), 225-236, 2009
232009
Safety in numbers: extinction arising from predator‐driven Allee effects
SD Gregory, F Courchamp
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (3), 511-514, 2010
222010
Is bigger really better? Towards improved models for testing how Atlantic salmon Salmo salar smolt size affects marine survival
SD Gregory, JD Armstrong, JR Britton
Journal of Fish Biology 92 (3), 579-592, 2018
162018
Patterns on a parr: Drivers of long‐term salmon parr length in UK and French rivers depend on geographical scale
SD Gregory, M Nevoux, WD Riley, WRC Beaumont, N Jeannot, ...
Freshwater Biology 62 (7), 1117-1129, 2017
162017
Forecasts of habitat suitability improve habitat corridor efficacy in rapidly changing environments
SD Gregory, M Ancrenaz, BW Brook, B Goossens, R Alfred, LN Ambu, ...
Diversity and Distributions 20 (9), 1044-1057, 2014
162014
Atlantic salmon return rate increases with smolt length
SD Gregory, AT Ibbotson, WD Riley, M Nevoux, RB Lauridsen, IC Russell, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 76 (6), 1702-1712, 2019
112019
The effects of flow on Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) redd distribution in a UK chalk stream between 1980 and 2015
ES Parry, SD Gregory, RB Lauridsen, SW Griffiths
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 27 (1), 128-137, 2018
112018
The influence of non‐climate predictors at local and landscape resolutions depends on the autecology of the species
DB Harris, SD Gregory, BW Brook, EG Ritchie, DB Croft, G Coulson, ...
Austral Ecology 39 (6), 710-721, 2014
112014
Working group on North Atlantic salmon (WGNAS)
I Ahlbeck-Bergendahl, J April, H Bardarson, GH Bolstad, I Bradbury, ...
Inconnu, 2019
102019
Scale dependency of metapopulation models used to predict climate change impacts on small mammals
NA Haby, TAA Prowse, SD Gregory, MJ Watts, S Delean, DA Fordham, ...
Ecography 36 (7), 832-841, 2013
72013
Bats and Allee effects: when social behaviours go batty
SD Gregory, G Jones
Institute of Biology, 2010
72010
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