Stephen Rushton
Stephen Rushton
Professor of Biological Modelling, Newcastle University
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New paradigms for modelling species distributions?
SP Rushton, SJ Ormerod, G Kerby
Journal of applied ecology 41 (2), 193-200, 2004
Biodiversity in urban habitat patches
PG Angold, JP Sadler, MO Hill, A Pullin, S Rushton, K Austin, E Small, ...
Science of the Total environment 360 (1-3), 196-204, 2006
Trophic control of mesopredators in terrestrial ecosystems: top‐down or bottom‐up?
B Elmhagen, SP Rushton
Ecology letters 10 (3), 197-206, 2007
Exploitation and habitat degradation as agents of change within coral reef fish communities
SK Wilson, R Fisher, MS Pratchett, NAJ Graham, NK Dulvy, RA Turner, ...
Global Change Biology 14 (12), 2796-2809, 2008
Systematic review and economic modelling of the relative clinical benefit and cost-effectiveness of laparoscopic surgery and robotic surgery for removal of the prostate in men …
C Ramsay, R Pickard, C Robertson, A Close, L Vale, N Armstrong, ...
Health technology assessment (Winchester, England) 16 (41), 1, 2012
The impacts of network topology on disease spread
MDF Shirley, SP Rushton
Ecological Complexity 2 (3), 287-299, 2005
Spread of the Chinese mitten crab (Eriocheir sinensis H. Milne Edwards) in Continental Europe: analysis of a historical data set
LM Herborg, SP Rushton, AS Clare, MG Bentley
Migrations and Dispersal of Marine Organisms: Proceedings of the 37 th …, 2003
Top predators, mesopredators and their prey: interference ecosystems along bioclimatic productivity gradients
B Elmhagen, G Ludwig, SP Rushton, P Helle, H Lindén
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (4), 785-794, 2010
Disease threats posed by alien species: the role of a poxvirus in the decline of the native red squirrel in Britain
SP Rushton, PWW Lurz, J Gurnell, P Nettleton, C Bruemmer, MDF Shirley, ...
Epidemiology & Infection 134 (3), 521-533, 2006
Impact of landscape management on the genetic structure of red squirrel populations
ML Hale, PWW Lurz, MDF Shirley, S Rushton, RM Fuller, K Wolff
Science 293 (5538), 2246-2248, 2001
The effects of grazing management on the vegetation of mesotrophic (meadow) grassland in Northern England
RS Smith, SP Rushton
Journal of Applied Ecology, 13-24, 1994
Modelling the spatial dynamics of parapoxvirus disease in red and grey squirrels: a possible cause of the decline in the red squirrel in the UK?
SP Rushton, PWW Lurz, J Gurnell, R Fuller
Journal of Applied Ecology 37 (6), 997-1012, 2000
Classification and ordination of habitats of ground beetles (Coleoptera, Carabidae) in north-east England
ML Luff, MD Eyre, SP Rushton
Journal of Biogeography, 121-130, 1989
Visualization, modelling and prediction in soil microbiology
AG O'Donnell, IM Young, SP Rushton, MD Shirley, JW Crawford
Nature Reviews Microbiology 5 (9), 689-699, 2007
Actinobacterial community dynamics in long term managed grasslands
SN Jenkins, IS Waite, A Blackburn, R Husband, SP Rushton, DC Manning, ...
Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek 95, 319-334, 2009
Resurgence of scarlet fever in England, 2014–16: a population-based surveillance study
T Lamagni, R Guy, M Chand, KL Henderson, V Chalker, J Lewis, V Saliba, ...
The Lancet Infectious Diseases 18 (2), 180-187, 2018
Soil, vegetation and space: an analysis of their effects on the invertebrate communities of a moorland in north-east England
RA Sanderson, SP Rushton, AJ Cherrill, JP Byrne
Journal of Applied Ecology, 506-518, 1995
Effects of pasture improvement and management on the ground beetle and spider communities of upland grasslands
SP Rushton, ML Luff, MD Eyre
Journal of Applied Ecology, 489-503, 1989
Ambient air pollution and congenital heart disease: a register-based study
P Dadvand, J Rankin, S Rushton, T Pless-Mulloli
Environmental research 111 (3), 435-441, 2011
Modelling the distribution of the red and grey squirrel at the landscape scale: a combined GIS and population dynamics approach
SP Rushton, PWW Lurz, R Fuller, PJ Garson
Journal of applied ecology, 1137-1154, 1997
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