Christopher J. Ellis
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Lichen epiphyte diversity: A species, community and trait-based review
CJ Ellis
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 2011
The great American biotic interchange revisited
S Cody, JE Richardson, V Rull, C Ellis, RT Pennington
Ecography 33 (2), 326-332, 2010
Response of British lichens to climate change scenarios: trends and uncertainties in the projected impact for contrasting biogeographic groups
CJ Ellis, BJ Coppins, TP Dawson, MRD Seaward
Biological Conservation 140 (3-4), 217-235, 2007
DNA barcoding of lichenized fungi demonstrates high identification success in a floristic context
LJ Kelly, PM Hollingsworth, BJ Coppins, CJ Ellis, P Harrold, J Tosh, ...
New Phytologist 191 (1), 288-300, 2011
Ash dieback in the UK: a review of the ecological and conservation implications and potential management options
RJ Mitchell, JK Beaton, PE Bellamy, A Broome, J Chetcuti, S Eaton, ...
Biological conservation 175, 95-109, 2014
Contrasting functional traits maintain lichen epiphyte diversity in response to climate and autogenic succession
CJ Ellis, BJ Coppins
Journal of biogeography 33 (9), 1643-1656, 2006
Evaluating wider benefits of natural flood management strategies: an ecosystem-based adaptation perspective
O Iacob, JS Rowan, I Brown, C Ellis
Hydrology Research 45 (6), 774-787, 2014
19th century woodland structure controls stand‐scale epiphyte diversity in present‐day Scotland
CJ Ellis, BJ Coppins
Diversity and distributions 13 (1), 84-91, 2007
Predicted response of the lichen epiphyte Lecanora populicola to climate change scenarios in a clean-air region of Northern Britain
CJ Ellis, BJ Coppins, TP Dawson
Biological Conservation 135 (3), 396-404, 2007
Climatic control of blanket mire development at Kentra Moss, north‐west Scotland
CJ Ellis, JH Tallis
Journal of Ecology 88 (5), 869-889, 2000
Changing climate and historic‐woodland structure interact to control species diversity of the ‘Lobarion’epiphyte community in Scotland
CJ Ellis, BJ Coppins
Journal of Vegetation Science 18 (5), 725-734, 2007
Reproductive strategy and the compositional dynamics of crustose lichen communities on aspen (Populus tremula L.) in Scotland
CJ Ellis, BJ Coppins
The Lichenologist 39 (4), 377-391, 2007
Local extent of old‐growth woodland modifies epiphyte response to climate change
CJ Ellis, R Yahr, BJ Coppins
Journal of biogeography 36 (2), 302-313, 2009
Integrating multiple landscape‐scale drivers in the lichen epiphyte response: climatic setting, pollution regime and woodland spatial‐temporal structure
CJ Ellis, BJ Coppins
Diversity and Distributions 16 (1), 43-52, 2010
A risk-based model of climate change threat: hazard, exposure, and vulnerability in the ecology of lichen epiphytes
CJ Ellis
Botany 91 (1), 1-11, 2013
Climate change, bioclimatic models and the risk to lichen diversity
CJ Ellis
Diversity 11 (4), 54, 2019
Collapsing foundations: The ecology of the British oak, implications of its decline and mitigation options
RJ Mitchell, PE Bellamy, CJ Ellis, RL Hewison, NG Hodgetts, GR Iason, ...
Biological Conservation 233, 316-327, 2019
Response of epiphytic lichens to 21st Century climate change and tree disease scenarios
CJ Ellis, S Eaton, M Theodoropoulos, BJ Coppins, MRD Seaward, ...
Biological Conservation 180, 153-164, 2014
Functional traits in lichen ecology: a review of challenge and opportunity
CJ Ellis, J Asplund, R Benesperi, C Branquinho, L Di Nuzzo, P Hurtado, ...
Microorganisms 9 (4), 766, 2021
Century‐scale development of polygon‐patterned tundra wetland, Bylot Island (73 N, 80 W)
CJ Ellis, L Rochefort
Ecology 85 (4), 963-978, 2004
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