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Riparian buffers in tropical agriculture: Scientific support, effectiveness and directions for policy
SH Luke, EM Slade, CL Gray, KV Annammala, J Drewer, J Williamson, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (1), 85-92, 2019
1322019
Adaptive responses to cool climate promotes persistence of a non-native lizard
GM While, J Williamson, G Prescott, T Horváthová, B Fresnillo, NJ Beeton, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1803), 20142638, 2015
572015
A research agenda for microclimate ecology in human-modified tropical forests
T Jucker, TD Jackson, F Zellweger, T Swinfield, N Gregory, J Williamson, ...
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 2, 92, 2020
412020
Riparian buffers act as microclimatic refugia in oil palm landscapes
J Williamson, EM Slade, SH Luke, T Swinfield, AYC Chung, DA Coomes, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology, 431–442, 2020
402020
Positive selection and inactivation in the vision and hearing genes of cetaceans
MR McGowen, G Tsagkogeorga, J Williamson, PA Morin, SJ Rossiter
Molecular Biology and Evolution 37 (7), 2069-2083, 2020
312020
Dung beetles as samplers of mammals in Malaysian Borneo—A test of high throughput metabarcoding of iDNA
R Drinkwater, J Williamson, EL Clare, AYC Chung, SJ Rossiter, E Slade
PeerJ 9, e11897, 2021
272021
Occurrence of blood‐feeding terrestrial leeches (Haemadipsidae) in a degraded forest ecosystem and their potential as ecological indicators
R Drinkwater, J Williamson, T Swinfield, NJ Deere, MJ Struebig, EL Clare, ...
Biotropica 52 (2), 302-312, 2020
132020
Riparian buffers can help mitigate biodiversity declines in oil palm agriculture
NJ Deere, JE Bicknell, SL Mitchell, A Afendy, EL Baking, H Bernard, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 20 (8), 459-466, 2022
122022
Microclimate, an important part of ecology and biogeography
J Kemppinen, JJ Lembrechts, K Van Meerbeek, J Carnicer, NI Chardon, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography, e13834, 2024
9*2024
Local‐scale temperature gradients driven by human disturbance shape the physiological and morphological traits of dung beetle communities in a Bornean oil‐palm‐forest mosaic
J Williamson, E Teh, T Jucker, M Brindle, E Bush, AYC Chung, J Parrett, ...
Functional Ecology, 2022
92022
Convergent phenotypic evolution of rhodopsin for dim-light sensing across deep-diving vertebrates
Y Xia, Y Cui, A Wang, F Liu, H Chi, JHT Potter, J Williamson, X Chen, ...
Molecular Biology and Evolution 38 (12), 5726-5734, 2021
92021
Variable responses of individual species to tropical forest degradation
RM Ewers, WD Pearse, CDL Orme, P Amarasekare, T De Lorm, ...
bioRxiv, 2024.02. 09.576668, 2024
2024
Competition and co-association, but not phosphorous availability, shape the benefits of phosphate solubilising root bacteria for maize (Zea mays).
J Williamson, AC Matthews, B Raymond
Access Microbiology, 000543. v1, 2023
2023
The evolution of masturbation is associated with postcopulatory selection and pathogen avoidance in primates
M Brindle, H Ferguson-Gow, J Williamson, R Thomsen, V Sommer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 290 (2000), 20230061, 2023
2023
The Impacts of Microclimate on the Diversity, Community Composition, and Physiology of Dung Beetles in Lowland, Malaysian Borneo
J Williamson
Queen Mary University of London, 2021
2021
Disentangling the Roots: An Analysis of PGPR in Phosphate Deficient Soils
J Williamson
Department of Life Sciences, Silwood Park, Imperial College London, 2015
2015
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