Jeremy J D Greenwood


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Jeremy J D

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Greenwood

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2017-12 An experiment on the impact of a neonicotinoid pesticide on honeybees: the value of a formal analysis of the data in ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES EUROPE
  • 2007-12 Citizens, science and bird conservation in JOURNAL OF ORNITHOLOGY
  • 2005 Science With a Team of Thousands: The British Trust for Ornithology in PARTICIPATING IN THE KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY
  • 1997-10 Avian sex-ratios: Pretty Polly, Polly, Polly, Polly, Polly ⃛ in NATURE
  • 1995-12 Predation risk and the cost of being fat in NATURE
  • 1995-10 Predation risk and the cost of being fat in NATURE
  • 1994-09 Evolution in real time in NATURE
  • 1994-04 Trust the wildlife volunteers in NATURE
  • 1993-06 Overstuffed in NATURE
  • 1993-04 Theory fits the bill in the Galápagos Islands in NATURE
  • 1993 Integrated population monitoring: detecting the effects of diverse changes in BIRDS AS MONITORS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE
  • 1992-05 In the pink (and yellow) in NATURE
  • 1992-01 Language gap in NATURE
  • 1991-05 The relationship between abundance and body size in British birds in NATURE
  • 1991-05 Flights of the season in NATURE
  • 1991-02 Marine quick-change acts in NATURE
  • 1990-09 Watching brief in NATURE
  • 1990-05 Changing migration behaviour in NATURE
  • 1990-01 What the little birds tell us in NATURE
  • 1989-04 Bird population densities in NATURE
  • 1987-11 Red Queen versus Tangled Bank models in NATURE
  • 1986-11 Occam and mankind's genetic bottleneck in NATURE
  • 1981-08 Apostatic selection of distasteful prey in HEREDITY
  • 1978-04 Shining light on intelligence in NATURE
  • 1974-08 Visual and other selection in Cepaea: A further example in HEREDITY
  • 1969-02 Apostatic selection and population density in HEREDITY
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