Dr Tom Webb - Publications
An assessment of the state of nature in the United Kingdom: A review of findings, methods and impact. Ecological Indicators, 94, 226-236. View this article in WRRO
Abundance–occupancy relationships in deep sea wood fall communities. Ecography, 40(11), 1339-1347. View this article in WRRO
Functional, size and taxonomic diversity of fish along a depth gradient in the deep sea. PeerJ, 4. View this article in WRRO
Conservation: Threatened by Luxury.. Current Biology, 26(12), R498-R500. View this article in WRRO
Quantifying heterogeneous responses of fish community size structure using novel combined statistical techniques. Global Change Biology, 22(5), 1755-1768. View this article in WRRO
A trait-based metric sheds new light on the nature of the body size–depth relationship in the deep sea. Journal of Animal Ecology, 85(2), 427-436. View this article in WRRO
New Approaches to Marine Conservation Through the Scaling Up of Ecological Data. Annual Review of Marine Science, 8(1), 435-461. View this article in WRRO
Global Patterns of Extinction Risk in Marine and Non-marine Systems. Current Biology, 25(4), 506-511. View this article in WRRO
Direct and indirect effects of climate and fishing on changes in coastal ecosystem services: a historical perspective from the North Sea. Regional Environmental Change. View this article in WRRO
Marine and terrestrial ecology: unifying concepts, revealing differences.. Trends Ecol Evol, 27(10), 535-541.
The birds and the seas: body size reconciles differences in the abundance-occupancy relationship across marine and terrestrial vertebrates. OIKOS, 120(4), 537-549.
Extensive gaps and biases in our knowledge of a well-known fauna: Implications for integrating biological traits into macroecology. Global Ecology and Biogeography.
Characterizing abundance-occupancy relationships: There is no artefact. Global Ecology and Biogeography.
Biodiversity's big wet secret: the global distribution of marine biological records reveals chronic under-exploration of the deep pelagic ocean.. PLoS One, 5(8), e10223. View this article in WRRO
Life history mediates large-scale population ecology in marine benthic taxa. MAR ECOL-PROG SER, 396, 293-306.
Macroecology of the European soft sediment benthos: insights from the MacroBen database. MAR ECOL-PROG SER, 382, 287-296.
Conversations in conservation: revealing and dealing with language differences in environmental conflicts. J APPL ECOL, 45(4), 1198-1204.
Only half right: species with female-biased sexual size dimorphism consistently break Rensch's rule.. PLoS One, 2(9), e897. View this article in WRRO
Abundance-occupancy dynamics in a human dominated environment: linking interspecific and intraspecific trends in British farmland and woodland birds.. J Anim Ecol, 76(1), 123-134.
Coincident scales of forest feedback on climate and conservation in a diversity hot spot. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 273(1587), 757-765. View this article in WRRO
Forest cover-rainfall relationships in a biodiversity hotspot: The Atlantic forest of Brazil. ECOL APPL, 15(6), 1968-1983.
Heritability of geographic range sizes revisited: A reply to Hunt et al.. AM NAT, 166(1), 136-143.
On the heritability of geographic range sizes.. Am Nat, 161(4), 553-566.
Geographic range size and evolutionary age in birds.. Proc Biol Sci, 267(1455), 1843-1850. View this article in WRRO