Kirsty Park
Kirsty Park
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Public attitudes to the management of invasive non-native species in Scotland
A Bremner, K Park
Biological conservation 139 (3-4), 306-314, 2007
3472007
Field realistic doses of pesticide imidacloprid reduce bumblebee pollen foraging efficiency
H Feltham, K Park, D Goulson
Ecotoxicology 23 (3), 317-323, 2014
2012014
Torpor, arousal and activity of hibernating greater horseshoe bats (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum)
KJ Park, G Jones, RD Ransome
Functional ecology, 580-588, 2000
1622000
Assessment and management of invasive alien predators
K Park
Ecology and Society 9 (2), 2004
1142004
Fragmented woodlands in agricultural landscapes: The influence of woodland character and landscape context on bats and their insect prey
E Fuentes-Montemayor, D Goulson, L Cavin, JM Wallace, KJ Park
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 172, 6-15, 2013
942013
The effectiveness of agri‐environment schemes for the conservation of farmland moths: assessing the importance of a landscape‐scale management approach
E Fuentes‐Montemayor, D Goulson, KJ Park
Journal of Applied Ecology 48 (3), 532-542, 2011
942011
Assessing the value of Rural Stewardship schemes for providing foraging resources and nesting habitat for bumblebee queens (Hymenoptera: Apidae)
G Lye, K Park, J Osborne, J Holland, D Goulson
Biological Conservation 142 (10), 2023-2032, 2009
892009
Pipistrelle bats and their prey do not benefit from four widely applied agri-environment management prescriptions
E Fuentes-Montemayor, D Goulson, KJ Park
Biological Conservation 144 (9), 2233-2246, 2011
852011
Experimental evidence that wildflower strips increase pollinator visits to crops
H Feltham, K Park, J Minderman, D Goulson
Ecology and evolution 5 (16), 3523-3530, 2015
812015
Using citizen science to monitor Bombus populations in the UK: nesting ecology and relative abundance in the urban environment
GC Lye, JL Osborne, KJ Park, D Goulson
Journal of Insect Conservation 16 (5), 697-707, 2012
782012
The role of invertebrates in the diet, growth and survival of red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scoticus) chicks
KJ Park, PA Robertson, ST Campbell, R Foster, ZM Russell, D Newborn, ...
Journal of Zoology 254 (2), 137-145, 2001
782001
Mitigating the impacts of agriculture on biodiversity: bats and their potential role as bioindicators
KJ Park
Mammalian Biology 80 (3), 191-204, 2015
752015
Loss of heather Calluna vulgaris moorland in the Scottish uplands: the role of red grouse Lagopus lagopus scoticus management
PA Robertson, KJ Park, AF Barton
Wildlife Biology 7 (3), 11-16, 2001
682001
Flight kinematics of the barn swallow (Hirundo rustica) over a wide range of speeds in a wind tunnel
KJ Park, M Rosén, A Hedenström
Journal of Experimental Biology 204 (15), 2741-2750, 2001
652001
Martens in the matrix: the importance of nonforested habitats for forest carnivores in fragmented landscapes
FM Caryl, CP Quine, KJ Park
Journal of Mammalogy 93 (2), 464-474, 2012
632012
Social structure of three sympatric bat species (Vespertilionidae)
KJ Park, E Masters, JD Altringham
Journal of Zoology 244 (3), 379-389, 1998
591998
Guidelines for consideration of bats in wind farm projects: Revision 2014
L Rodrigues, L Bach, MJ Dubourg-Savage, B Karapandža, D Kovač, ...
UNEP/EUROBATS, 2015
572015
Choosing rewarding flowers; perceptual limitations and innate preferences influence decision making in bumblebees and honeybees
D Goulson, JL Cruise, KR Sparrow, AJ Harris, KJ Park, MC Tinsley, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61 (10), 1523-1529, 2007
562007
Factors influencing moth assemblages in woodland fragments on farmland: Implications for woodland management and creation schemes
E Fuentes-Montemayor, D Goulson, L Cavin, JM Wallace, KJ Park
Biological Conservation 153, 265-275, 2012
542012
Detection of endocrine disrupting chemicals in aerial invertebrates at sewage treatment works
KJ Park, CT Müller, S Markman, O Swinscow-Hall, D Pascoe, ...
Chemosphere 77 (11), 1459-1464, 2009
542009
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