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Professor B. Huntley - all publications

Authored book

  • Huntley, B., Green, Rhys E., Collingham, Yvonne C. & Willis, Stephen G. (2007). A climatic atlas of European breeding birds. Barcelona: Lynx Edicions.
  • B. Huntley & H.J.B. Birks (1983). An atlas of past and present pollen maps for Europe: 0-13000 B.P. Cambridge University Press.

Chapter in book

  • B. Huntley (2019). Consequences of climatic change for distributions. In Effects of climate change on birds. Peter O. Dunn & Anders Pape Møller Oxford: Oxford University Press. 165-183.
  • B. Huntley, Y. Collingham, S. Willis & D. Hole (2012). Protected Areas and Climatic Change in Europe: Introduction. In Natura 2000 and Climate Change – a Challenge. Götz Ellwanger, Axel Ssymank & Cornelia Paulsch Federal Agency for Nature Conservation. Heft 118: 7-27.
  • Huntley, B & Baxter, R (2012). Vegetation ecology and global change. In Vegetation Ecology. van der Maarel, E & Franklin, J Wiley-Blackwell. 509-525.
  • Huntley, B., Hole, D.G. & Willis, S.G. (2011). Assessing the effectiveness of a protected area network in the face of climatic change. In Climate change, ecology, and systematics. Hodkinson, Trevor R. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 345-362.
  • B. Huntley & R.E. Green (2011). Bioclimatic models of the distributions of Gyrfalcons and ptarmigan. In Gyrfalcons and Ptarmigan in a Changing World. R.T. Watson, T.J. Cade, M. Fuller, G. Hunt & E. Potapov The Peregrine Fund. 10.
  • B. Huntley & R.E. Green (2011). The utility of bioclimatic models for projecting future changes in the distribution of birds in response to climate change. In Gyrfalcons and Ptarmigan in a Changing World. R.T. Watson, T.J. Cade, M. Fuller, G. Hunt & E. Potapov The Peregrine Fund. 7.
  • Willis, S.G., Hole, D.G. & Huntley, B. (2010). Climate change and conservation. In Trade-offs in conservation: Deciding what to save. Leader-Williams, N., Adams, B. & Smith, R. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. 331-348.
  • T.V. Callaghan, L.O. Björn, F.S. Chapin III., Y. Chernov, T.R. Christensen, B. Huntley, R. Imms, M. Johansson, D.J. Riedlinger, S. Jonasson, N. Matveyeva, W. Oechel, N. Panikov & G. Shaver (2005). Arctic tundra and polar desert ecosystems. In Arctic Climate Impact Assessment. Carolyn Symon, Lelani Arris & Bill Heal Cambridge University Press. 243-352.
  • A.T. Peterson, H. Tian, E. Martinez-Meyer, J. Soberón, V. Sánchez-Cordero & B. Huntley (2005). Modeling Distributional Shifts of Individual Species and Biomes. In Climate change and Biodiversity. T.E. Lovejoy & L. Hannah Yale University Press. 211-228.
  • B. Huntley (2005). North temperate responses. In Climate change and biodiversity. T.E. Lovejoy & L. Hannah Yale University Press. 109-124.
  • B. Huntley & R. Baxter (2005). Vegetation ecology and global change. In Vegetation Ecology. Eddy van der Maarel Blackwell Science Ltd. 356-372.
  • Stringer, C., Pälike, H., van Andel, T. H., Huntley, B., Valdes, P. & Allen, J.R.M. (2003). Climatic stress and the extinction of the Neanderthals. In Neanderthals and modern humans in the European landscape during the last glaciation: Archaeological results of the Stage 3 Project. van Andel, T. H. & Davies, W. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. 233-240.
  • B. Huntley & J.R.M. Allen (2003). Glacial environments III: Palaeo-vegetation patterns in late glacial Europe. In Neanderthals and modern humans in the European landscape during the last glaciation: Archaeological results of the Stage 3 Project. Tjeerd H. van Andel & William Davies McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. 79-102.
  • Huntley, B & Baxter, R (2003). Insights on Synergies: Models and Methods. In Climate Change and Biodiversity: Synergistic Impacts. Hannah, L & Lovejoy, TE Washington: CABS. 4: 15-23.
  • J.K. Hill, C.D. Thomas & B. Huntley (2003). Modelling present and potential future ranges of European butterflies using climate response surfaces. In Butterflies: Ecology and evolution taking flight. Carol L. Boggs, Ward B. Watt & Paul R. Ehrlich University of Chicago Press. 149-167.
  • J. Overpeck, C. Whitlock & B. Huntley (2003). Terrestrial biosphere dynamics in the climate system: Past and future. In Palaeoclimate, global change and the future. Keith D. Alverson, Raymond S. Bradley & Thomas F. Pedersen Springer. 81-103.
  • B. Huntley & R. Baxter (2002). Climate change and wildlife conservation in the British uplands. In The British uplands: Dynamics of change. JNCC Report No. 319. T.P. Burt, D.B.A. Thompson & J. Warburton JNCC. 41-47.
  • B. Huntley (2002). Holocene climatic history of northern Europe as recorded by vegetation changes: possible influences upon human activity. In Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. G. Wefer, W.H. Berger, K.-E. Behre & E. Jansen Springer-Verlag. 223-232.
  • B. Huntley, M. Baillie, J.M. Grove, C.U. Hammer, S.P. Harrison, S. Jacomet, E. Jansen, W. Karlén, N. Koç, J. Luterbacher, J. Negendank & J. Schibler (2002). Holocene palaeoenvironmental changes in north-west Europe: Climatic implications and the human dimension. In Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. G. Wefer, W.H. Berger, K.-E. Behre & E. Jansen Springer-Verlag. 259-298.
  • J.K. Hill, C.D. Thomas, R. Fox, D. Moss & B. Huntley (2001). Analysing and modelling range changes in UK butterflies. In Insect movement: Mechanisms and consequences. I.P. Woiwood, D.R. Reynolds & C.D. Thomas CABI Publishing. 415-441.
  • J.K. Hill, C.D. Thomas & B. Huntley (2001). Climate and recent range changes in butterflies. In "Fingerprints" of climate change: Adapted behaviour and shifting species ranges. G.-R. Walther, C.A. Burga & P.J. Edwards Kluwer Academic. 77-88.
  • B. Huntley, R. Baxter, R.H.W. Bradshaw, W. Cramer, A.M. Dean, M. Eronen, S.P. Evans, A. Hofgaard, P.E. Hulme, H. Hytteborn, U. Molau, L. Oksanen, J. Olofsson, N.-R. Sælthun, H. Seppä, S. Sjogersten, C.J. Thomas, S. Venevski & P. Wookey (2000). DART: Dynamic response of the forest–tundra ecotone to environmental change. In Terrestrial ecosystem research in Europe: successes, challenges and policy. M.A. Sutton, J.M. Moreno, W.H. van der Putten & S. Struwe European Communities. 162-165.
  • P. Hulme, M. Crawley, A. Hofgaard, B. Huntley, P. Lurz, M. O'Connell, S. Rushton, U. Schaffner, M. Sykes, M. Vila, A. Watt & S. Willis (2000). TERICA Working Group 3: Alien species and outbreaking species in ecosystems. In Terrestrial ecosystem research in Europe: successes, challenges and policy. M.A. Sutton, J.M. Moreno, W.H. van der Putten & S. Struwe European Communities. 44-48.
  • R. Baxter, S.P. Evans, B. Emmett, H. Harmsen, B. Huntley, A. Kjöller, R. Milne, J. Mulder, A. O'Donnell, E.-D. Schulze, S. Struwe, M.A. Sutton, E.W. Tipping & P.A. Wookey (2000). TERICA Working Group 5: European carbon budgets / Linking carbon & nitrogen cycles. In Terrestrial ecosystem research in Europe: successes, challenges and policy. M.A. Sutton, J.M. Moreno, W.H. van der Putten & S. Struwe European Communities. 54-64.
  • A. Cernusca, W. Cramer, G. Grabherr, B. Huntley, F. Mouillot, B. Smith, M. Sykes, J. Tenhunen & S. Venevsky (2000). TERICA Working Group 7: Understanding ecosystems at the landscape scale. In Terrestrial ecosystem research in Europe: successes, challenges and policy. M.A. Sutton, J.M. Moreno, W.H. van der Putten & S. Struwe European Communities. 75-93.
  • B. Huntley & R. Bradshaw (1999). Palaeoecological evidence and opportunities in determining environmental change and ecological responses. In A terrestrial transect for Scandinavia/Northern Europe: Proceedings of the international Scantran conference. M. Turunen, J. Hukkinen, O.W. Heal, N.-R. Sælthun & J.I. Holten European Commission. 153-157.
  • B. Huntley (1999). Species distribution and environmental change: considerations from the site to the landscape scale. In Ecosystem Management: Questions for science and society. E. Maltby, M. Holdgate, M. Acreman & A.G. Weir Royal Holloway Institute for Environmental Research, Royal Holloway, University of London. 115-129.
  • B. Huntley (1999). The influence of a changing climate. In Ecology and landscape development: A History of the Mersey basin. E.F. Greenwood Liverpool University Press. 3-11.
  • B. Huntley, M. Eronen, K.F. Helmens, A.J. Kirchhefer & L. Serebryanny (1999). Working Group Report: Past Changes. In A terrestrial transect for Scandinavia/Northern Europe: Proceedings of the international Scantran conference. M. Turunen, J. Hukkinen, O.W. Heal, N.-R. Sælthun & J.I. Holten European Commission. 145-150.
  • B. Huntley (1998). The Post-glacial History of British Woodlands. In Woodlands in the Landscape: Past and Future Perspectives. M.A. Atherden & R.A. Butlin Leeds University Press. 9-25.
  • Y.C. Collingham, B. Huntley & P.E. Hulme (1997). A spatially-explicit model to simulate the spread of a riparian weed. In Species dispersal and land use processes. A. Cooper & J Power University of Ulster. 45-52.
  • B. Huntley & W. Cramer (1997). Arctic ecosystems and environmental change: Perceptions from the past and predictions for the future. In Disturbance and Recovery in Arctic lands: an ecological perspective. R.M.M. Crawford Kluwer Academic Publishers. 1-24.
  • Willis, SG., Hulme, PE. & Huntley, B. (1997). Habitat suitability and the distribution of alien weeds of riparian ecosystems. In Species dispersal and land-use processes. A. Cooper & J. Power IALE (UK). 37-44.
  • Huntley, B., Cramer, W., Morgan, A.V., Prentice, H. & Allen, J.R.M. (1997). Predicting the response of terrestrial biota to future environmental changes. In Past and future rapid environmental changes: The spatial and evolutionary responses of terrestrial biota. Huntley, B., Cramer, W., Morgan, A.V., Prentice, H. & Allen, J.R.M. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. 487-504.
  • B. Huntley (1997). The responses of vegetation to past and future climate changes. In Global Change and Arctic Terrestrial Ecosystems. Walter C. Oechel, Terry Callaghan, Tagir Gilmanov, Jarle I. Holten, Barrie Maxwell, Ulf Molau & Bjartmar Sveinbjörnsson Springer. 290-311.
  • B. Huntley (1995). How vegetation responds to climate change: evidence from palaeovegetation studies. In The impact of climate change on ecosystems and species: Environmental context. John Pernetta, Rik Leemans, Danny Elder & Sarah Humphrey IUCN. 43-63.
  • B. Huntley & I.C. Prentice (1993). Holocene vegetation and climates of Europe. In Global Climates since the Last Glacial Maximum. H.E. Wright, Jr., J.E. Kutzbach, T. Webb, III., W.F. Ruddiman, F.A. Street-Perrott & P.J. Bartlein University of Minnesota Press. 136-168.
  • B. Huntley (1993). Morrone. In Quaternary of Scotland. J. Gordon Nature Conservancy Council. Volume 37.
  • B. Huntley (1993). Rapid early-Holocene migration and high abundance of hazel (Corylus avellana L.): alternative hypotheses. In Climate change and human impact on the landscape. F.M. Chambers Chapman and Hall. 205-215.
  • B. Huntley (1992). How ecosystems respond to environmental change: evidence from late-Quaternary palaeoecological records. In Responses of Forest Ecosystems to Environmental Changes. A. Teller, P. Mathy & J.N.R. Jeffers Elsevier. 45-54.
  • B. Huntley (1991). Historical lessons for the future. In The scientific management of temperate communities for conservation. I.F. Spellerberg, F.B. Goldsmith & M.G. Morris Blackwell Scientific Publications. 473-503.
  • D. Anderson, J. Andrews, A. Arquit, P.J. Bartlein, J.-C. Duplessy, S.P. Harrison, B. Huntley, L. Keigwin, J. Kutzbach, C. Lorius, S. Manabe, V. Markgraf, P. McDowel, M. McGlone, H. Oesher, D. Oppo, W.F. Ruddiman, U. Siegenthaler & L. Thompson (1991). Major perturbations of the hydrosphere-atmoshere-biosphere system. In Global Changes of the Past. Raymond S. Bradley UCAR/Office for Interdisciplinary Earth Studies. 43-59.
  • B. Huntley (1990). Lessons from climates of the past. In Global Warming: the Greenpeace report. J. Leggett Oxford University Press. 133-148.
  • B. Huntley (1989). European post-glacial vegetation history: a new perspective. In Proceedings of the XIX International Ornithological Congress. H. Ouellet University of Ottawa Press. 1: 1060-1077.
  • B. Huntley, T. Webb & III (1988). Discussion. In Vegetation History. Brian Huntley, Thompson Webb & III Kluwer Academic Publishers. 7: 779-785.
  • B. Huntley (1988). Glacial and Holocene vegetation history: Europe. In Vegetation History. Brian Huntley, Thompson Webb & III Kluwer Academic Publishers. 341-383.
  • B. Huntley, T. Webb & III (1988). Introduction. In Vegetation History. Brian Huntley, Thompson Webb & III Kluwer Academic Publishers. 7: xv-xx.
  • J. Hughes & B. Huntley (1988). Upland hay meadows in Britain – their vegetation, management and future. In The cultural landscape – Past, present and future. Hilary H. Birks, H.J.B. Birks, Peter Emil Kaland & Dagfinn Moe Cambridge University Press. 91-110.
  • B. Huntley (1986). Vegetational History. In NERC Radiocarbon Dating: 1975-1985. D.Q. Bowen & D.D. Harkness Natural Environment Research Council. 15.

Conference Paper

Conference Proceeding

  • B. Huntley, J.R.M. Allen & W.A. Watts (1996). Glacial, late-glacial and Holocene environment and vegetation at Lago Grande di Monticchio (southern Italy). Modificazioni Climatiche ed Ambeintali tra il Tardiglaciale e l'Olocene antico in Italia, Trento (Italy), AIQUA-MTSN Conference Abstracts.
  • B. Huntley, Y.C. Collingham & M.O. Hill (1996). Spatially-explicit modelling of plant migration. Modificazioni Climatiche ed Ambeintali tra il Tardiglaciale e l'Olocene antico in Italia, Trento (Italy), AIQUA-MTSN Conference Abstracts.

Edited book

  • Huntley, B., Cramer, W., Morgan, A.V., Prentice, H.C. & Allen, J.R.M. (1997). Past and future rapid environmental changes: The spatial and evolutionary responses of terrestrial biota. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
  • Huntley, Brian & Webb, Thompson, III (1988). Vegetation History. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Journal Article

Newspaper/Magazine Article

  • B. Huntley (1995). Palaeoclimate and the British Scene. (5): 7.

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