Richard John Walters
Richard John Walters
Centre for Environmental and Climate Science (CEC), Lund University, Sweden
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The temperature-size rule in ectotherms: may a general explanation exist after all?
RJ Walters, M Hassall
The American Naturalist 167 (4), 510-523, 2006
What limits insect fecundity? Body size‐and temperature‐dependent egg maturation and oviposition in a butterfly
D Berger, R Walters, K Gotthard
Functional Ecology 22 (3), 523-529, 2008
What keeps insects small? Time limitation during oviposition reduces the fecundity benefit of female size in a butterfly
K Gotthard, D Berger, R Walters
The American Naturalist 169 (6), 768-779, 2007
What keeps insects small?—Size dependent predation on two species of butterfly larvae
D Berger, R Walters, K Gotthard
Evolutionary Ecology 20 (6), 575-589, 2006
Forecasting extinction risk of ectotherms under climate warming: an evolutionary perspective
RJ Walters, WU Blanckenhorn, D Berger
Functional Ecology 26 (6), 1324-1338, 2012
Modelling dispersal of a temperate insect in a changing climate
RJ Walters, M Hassall, MG Telfer, GM Hewitt, JP Palutikof
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1597), 2017-2023, 2006
Quantitative genetic divergence and standing genetic (co) variance in thermal reaction norms along latitude
D Berger, E Postma, WU Blanckenhorn, RJ Walters
Evolution 67 (8), 2385-2399, 2013
Experimental evolution for generalists and specialists reveals multivariate genetic constraints on thermal reaction norms
D Berger, RJ Walters, WU Blanckenhorn
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27 (9), 1975-1989, 2014
Why does a grasshopper have fewer, larger offspring at its range limits?
M Hassall, RJ Walters, M Telfer, MRJ Hassall
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19 (1), 267-276, 2006
Plastic and evolutionary responses to heat stress in a temperate dung fly: negative correlation between basal and induced heat tolerance?
T Esperk, A Kjaersgaard, RJ Walters, D Berger, WU Blanckenhorn
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29 (5), 900-915, 2016
Cold spot microrefugia hold the key to survival for Brazil's Critically Endangered Araucaria tree
OJ Wilson, RJ Walters, FE Mayle, DV Lingner, AC Vibrans
Global change biology 25 (12), 4339-4351, 2019
Evaluating the effects of integrating trees into temperate arable systems on pest control and pollination
T Staton, RJ Walters, J Smith, RD Girling
Agricultural Systems 176, 102676, 2019
Elevated temperature increases genome-wide selection on de novo mutations
D Berger, J Stångberg, J Baur, RJ Walters
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1944), 20203094, 2021
Integrating the influence of weather into mechanistic models of butterfly movement
LC Evans, RM Sibly, P Thorbek, I Sims, TH Oliver, RJ Walters
Movement ecology 7 (1), 1-10, 2019
The importance of including habitat-specific behaviour in models of butterfly movement
LC Evans, RM Sibly, P Thorbek, I Sims, TH Oliver, RJ Walters
Oecologia 193 (2), 249-259, 2020
Host‐dependent differences in prey acquisition between populations of a kleptoparasitic spider Argyrodes kumadai (Araneae: Theridiidae)
YG Baba, RJ Walters, T Miyashita
Ecological Entomology 32 (1), 38-44, 2007
Productivity, biodiversity trade-offs, and farm income in an agroforestry versus an arable system
T Staton, TD Breeze, RJ Walters, J Smith, RD Girling
Ecological Economics 191, 107214, 2022
Implications of existing local (mal) adaptations for ecological forecasting under environmental change
RJ Walters, D Berger
Evolutionary Applications 12 (7), 1487-1502, 2019
Evaluating a trait‐based approach to compare natural enemy and pest communities in agroforestry vs. arable systems
T Staton, RJ Walters, J Smith, TD Breeze, RD Girling
Ecological Applications 31 (4), e02294, 2021
Management to promote flowering understoreys benefits natural enemy diversity, aphid suppression and income in an agroforestry system
T Staton, R Walters, J Smith, T Breeze, R Girling
agronomy 11 (4), 651, 2021
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