Topping, Christopher John
Topping, Christopher John
Aarhus University, Department of Bioscience
Verified email at bios.au.dk
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Limitations to the use of pitfall traps in ecological studies exemplified by a study of spiders in a field of winter wheat
CJ Topping, KD Sunderland
Journal of applied ecology, 485-491, 1992
4861992
ALMaSS, an agent-based model for animals in temperate European landscapes
CJ Topping, TS Hansen, TS Jensen, JU Jepsen, F Nikolajsen, ...
Ecological Modelling 167 (1), 65-82, 2003
1842003
Representing the acquisition and use of energy by individuals in agent‐based models of animal populations
RM Sibly, V Grimm, BT Martin, ASA Johnston, K Kułakowska, CJ Topping, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4 (2), 151-161, 2013
1292013
A spider population in flux: selection and abandonment of artificial web-sites and the importance of intraspecific interactions in Lephthyphantes tenuis (Araneae: Linyphiidae …
F Samu, KD Sunderland, CJ Topping, JS Fenlon
Oecologia 106 (2), 228-239, 1996
1051996
The science and non-science of conservation (Reprinted from Oikos, vol 79, pg 3-5, 1997)
J Lawton, CJ Topping, GL Lovei, S Walker, RJ Moorhouse, AB Freeman, ...
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 21 (2), 117-120, 1997
94*1997
Opening the black box—Development, testing and documentation of a mechanistically rich agent-based model
CJ Topping, TT Høye, CR Olesen
Ecological Modelling 221 (2), 245-255, 2010
912010
Behavioural responses of three linyphiid spiders to pitfall traps
CJ Topping
Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 68 (3), 287-293, 1993
861993
Modelling roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) in a gradient of forest fragmentation: behavioural plasticity and choice of cover
JU Jepsen, CJ Topping
Canadian journal of zoology 82 (9), 1528-1541, 2004
772004
Ground beetles and weevils (Carabidae and Curculionoidea) as indicators of grassland management practices
MD Eyre, ML Luff, SP Rushton, CJ Topping
Journal of Applied Entomology 107 (1‐5), 508-517, 1989
761989
The influence of landscape diversity and heterogeneity on spatial dynamics of agrobiont linyphiid spiders: An individual-based model
P Thorbek, CJ Topping
Biocontrol 50 (1), 1-33, 2005
752005
Spider density and diversity in relation to disturbance in agroecosystems in New Zealand, with a comparison to England
CJ Topping, GL LÖVEI
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 121-128, 1997
711997
Overhaul environmental risk assessment for pesticides
CJ Topping, A Aldrich, P Berny
Science 367 (6476), 360-363, 2020
662020
Biodiversity and the mitigation of climate change through bioenergy: impacts of increased maize cultivation on farmland wildlife
J Gevers, TT Høye, CJ Topping, M Glemnitz, B Schroeder
GCB Bioenergy 3 (6), 472-482, 2011
662011
Modeling the influence of temporal and spatial factors on the assessment of impacts of pesticides on skylarks
CJ Topping, P Odderskær
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 23 (2), 509-520, 2004
662004
A Bayesian sensitivity analysis applied to an Agent-based model of bird population response to landscape change
HR Parry, CJ Topping, MC Kennedy, ND Boatman, AWA Murray
Environmental Modelling & Software 45, 104-115, 2013
652013
Population-level impacts of pesticide-induced chronic effects on individuals depend more on ecology than toxicology
T Dalkvist, CJ Topping, VE Forbes
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 72 (6), 1663-1672, 2009
652009
Risk assessment of UK skylark populations using life-history and individual-based landscape models
CJ Topping, RM Sibly, HR Akcakaya, GC Smith, DR Crocker
Ecotoxicology 14 (8), 925-936, 2005
622005
The habitat preferences of grassland spiders as identified using Detrended Correspondence Analysis(DECORANA).
SP Rushton, CJ Topping, MD Eyre
Bulletin of the British Arachnological Society 7 (6), 165-170, 1987
611987
Scientific Opinion addressing the state of the science on risk assessment of plant protection products for in‐soil organisms
C Ockleford, P Adriaanse, P Berny, T Brock, S Duquesne, S Grilli, ...
Efsa Journal 15 (2), 2017
582017
Scientific Opinion on good modelling practice in the context of mechanistic effect models for risk assessment of plant protection products
CJ Topping
The EFSA Journal 12 (3), 1-92, 2014
582014
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