Katie Leach
Katie Leach
UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre
Verified email at unep-wcmc.org
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Combining global climate and regional landscape models to improve prediction of invasion risk
R Kelly, K Leach, A Cameron, CA Maggs, N Reid
Diversity and Distributions 20 (8), 884-894, 2014
Modelling the influence of biotic factors on species distribution patterns
K Leach, WI Montgomery, N Reid
Ecological Modelling 337, 96-106, 2016
Expertly validated models and phylogenetically-controlled analysis suggests responses to climate change are related to species traits in the order Lagomorpha
K Leach, R Kelly, A Cameron, WI Montgomery, N Reid
PLoS One 10 (4), e0122267, 2015
Egypt’s Protected Area network under future climate change
K Leach, S Zalat, F Gilbert
Biological Conservation 159, 490-500, 2013
A common framework of natural capital assets for use in public and private sector decision making
K Leach, A Grigg, B O'Connor, C Brown, J Vause, J Gheyssens, ...
Ecosystem Services 36, 100899, 2019
Biogeography, macroecology and species' traits mediate competitive interactions in the order L agomorpha
K Leach, WI Montgomery, N Reid
Mammal Review 45 (2), 88-102, 2015
Niche overlap of mountain hare subspecies and the vulnerability of their ranges to invasion by the European hare; the (bad) luck of the Irish
A Caravaggi, K Leach, F Santilli, J Rintala, P Helle, J Tiainen, F Bisi, ...
Biological invasions 19 (2), 655-674, 2017
Diversity, extinction, and threat status in Lagomorphs
LD Verde Arregoitia, K Leach, N Reid, DO Fisher
Ecography 38 (11), 1155-1165, 2015
Assessment of biodiversity measurement approaches for businesses and financial institutions
J Lammerant, A Grigg, J Dimitrijevic, K Leach, S Brooks, A Burns, J Berger, ...
European Commission: Brussels, Belgium, 2019
Characterizing biotic interactions within the Order Lagomorpha using Joint Species Distribution Models at 3 different spatial scales
K Leach, WI Montgomery, N Reid
Journal of Mammalogy 98 (5), 1434-1442, 2017
Expertly validated models suggest responses to climate change are related to species traits: a phylogenetically-controlled analysis of the Order Lagomorpha
K Leach, R Kelly, A Cameron, WI Montgomery, N Reid
bioRxiv, 001826, 2014
Global lagomorph macroecology: interspecific interactions and the impact of climate change
K Leach
Queen's University Belfast, 2015
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