Publications

PAPERS

linkSeltman, A., Czirjak, G.A., Courtiol, A., Bernard, H., Struebig, M.J. & Voigy, C. (2017) Habitat disturbance results in chronic stress and impaired health status in forest-dwelling paleotropical bats. Conservation Physiology, 5, doi: https://doi.org/10.1093/conphys/cox020.

linkBeiroz, W., Slade, E.M., Barlow, J., Silveira, J.M., Louzada, J. & Sayer, E. (2017) Dung beetle community dynamics in undisturbed tropical forests: implications for ecological evaluations of land-use change. Insect Conservation and Diversity, 10, 94-106.

linkGray, C.L., Simmons, B.I., Fayle, T.M., Mann, D.J. & Slade, E.M. (2016) Are riparian forest reserves sources of invertebrate biodiversity spillover and associated ecosystem functions in oil palm landscapes? Biological Conservation, 194, 176-183.

linkTao, H-H., Slade, E.M., Willis, K.J., Caliman, J-P., Snaddon, J.L. (2016) Effects of soil management practices on soil fauna feeding activity in an Indonesian oil palm plantation. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 218, 133-140.

linkStruebig, Matthew J. et al. (2015). Targeted Conservation to Safeguard a Biodiversity Hotspot from Climate and Land-Cover Change. Current Biology, 25, 372 – 378.

linkSchilthuizen, M., Vairappan, C.S., Slade, E.M., Mann, D.J.& Miller, J.A. (2015) Specimens as primary data: museums and “open science”. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 30(5), 237-238, doi:10.1016/j.tree.2015.03.002.

 

THESES

Katherine Mullin (2015) Investigating the importance of riparian reserves for insectivorous bat species in oil palm and forest estates in Sabah, Malaysia. link