Publications

Published:

Early, Sax, D. (Online Early) “Climatic niche shifts between species native and naturalised ranges raise concern for ecological forecasts during invasions and climate change”. Global Ecology and Biogeography. Abstract.

Bradshaw, C.J.A., Brook, B.W., Fordham, D.A., Herrando-Pérez, S., Cassey, P., Early, R., Sekercioglu, C.H., Araújo, M.B.A. 2014. “Range-restricted and sparsely distributed birds demonstrate highest temporal range-size lability”. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 281(1786)

Ibáñez,I., Diez, J.M., Miller, L.P., Olden, J.D, Sorte, C.J.B., Blumenthal, D.M., Bradley, B.A. D’Antonio, C.M., Dukes, J.S, Early, R., Grosholz, E.D., Lawler, J.L. (In press) “Integrated Assessment of Biological Invasions” Ecological Applications

Sax, D. F., Early, R.,  Bellemare, J. 2013 “Niche syndromes, extinctions and management under climate change.” Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 28: 517-523.

Dawson, M.N., Algar, A.C., Antonelli, A., Dávalos, L.M., Davis, E., Early, R., Guisan, A., Jansson, R., Lessard. J-P., Marske, K.A., McGuire, J., Stigall, A.L., Swenson, N.G., Niklaus E., N.E. and Gavin, D.G. 2013 “A horizon scan of Biogeography”. Frontiers of Biogeography 5(2)

Schwartz, M.W., Hellmann, J.J., McLachlan, J.M., Sax D.F., Borevitz, J.O., Brennan, J. Camacho, A.E., Ceballos, G, Clark, J.R, Doremus, H., Early, R. (21 others). “Managed Relocation: integrating the scientific, regulatory and ethical challenges”. Accepted: Bioscience

Diez, J.M., D’Antonio, D.M., Dukes, J.S., Grosholz, E.D., Olden, J.D., Sorte, C.J.B., Blumenthal, D.M., Bradley, B.A., Early, R., Ibáñez, I., Jones, S., Lawler, J.L., Miller, L.P. “Will Extreme Climatic Events Facilitate Biological Invasions?” In Press: Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

Bradley, B.A. Blumenthal, D.M., Early, R., Grosholz, T.D., Lawler, J.L., Miller, L.P.,  Sorte, C.J.B, D’Antonio, C.M., Diez, J.M., Dukes, J.S., Ibáñez, I., Olden, J.D. 2012. “Global change, global trade, and the next wave of plant invasions”.  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 10 (1) 20-28.

Early, R. & Sax, D. “Climate-path analysis reveals potential limitations on species range shifts”. 2011. Ecology Letters. 14 125-1133. (Faculty of 1000 recommended, 21 Oct 2011. http://F1000.com/13357032)

Guo, Q., Sax, D., Qian, H. & Early, R. 2012. “Latitudinal shifts of introduced species: possible causes and implications”. Biological Invasions 14: 547-556.

Richardson, D.M., Hellmann, J.J., McLachlan, J., Sax, D.F., Schwartz, M.W., Brennan, J., Gonzalez, P., Root, T., Sala, O., Schneider, S.H., Ashe, D., Camacho, A, Rappaport, J., Clark, Early, R., Etterson, J., Fielder, D., Gill, J., Minteer, B.A., Polasky, S., Safford, H., Thompson, A., & Vellend, M. 2009. “Multidimensional evaluation of managed relocation”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 106(24): 9721-9724. [pdf]

Early, R., Anderson, B. & Thomas, C.D. 2008. “Using habitat distribution models to evaluate large-scale landscape priorities for spatially dynamic species”. Journal of Applied Ecology 45(1): 228-238. [pdf]

Bulman, C.R., Wilson, R., Holt, A.R., Galvez Bravo, L., Early, R.I., Warren, M.S. & Thomas, C.D. 2007. “Minimum viable metapopulation size, extinction debt and the conservation of a declining species”. Ecological Applications 17(5): 1460-1473. [pdf]

Early, R. & Thomas, C.D. 2006. “Multi-species conservation planning: identifying landscapes for the conservation of viable populations using local and continental species priorities”. Journal of Applied Ecology. 44(2): 253-262. [pdf]

Moilanen, A., Franco, A.M.A., Early, R.I., Fox, R., Wintle, B.A. & Thomas, C.D. 2005. “Prioritizing multiple-use landscapes for conservation: Methods for large multi-species planning problems”. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 272(1575): 1885–1891. [pdf]

In submission / revision:

Early, R., Sax, D. (In review) “Species’ native and naturalised ranges inform invasion potential abroad and conservation concern at home”. Global Change Biology

Bradshaw, C.J.A., Brook, B.W., Fordham, D.A., Herrando-Pérez, S., Cassey, P., Early, R., Sekercioglu, C.H., Araújo, M.B.A. (In revision) “Range-restricted and sparsely distributed birds demonstrate highest temporal range-size lability”. Proc. Roy. Soc. B.