2012 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
2011 - Marsh Award for Climate Change Research, British Ecological Society
His main research concerns Ecology, Habitat, Climate change, Butterfly and Range. Chris D. Thomas interconnects Biological dispersal, Metapopulation and Extinction in the investigation of issues within Ecology. Chris D. Thomas has included themes like Grassland and Environmental resource management in his Habitat study.
His Climate change research focuses on Period and how it relates to Climatic warming, Cancer, Physiology and Physical geography. In the field of Butterfly, his study on Editha overlaps with subjects such as Speckled wood. His work carried out in the field of Range brings together such families of science as Habitat fragmentation, Abundance, Invertebrate and Taxon.
Chris D. Thomas mainly focuses on Ecology, Habitat, Butterfly, Climate change and Range. His research integrates issues of Biological dispersal, Metapopulation and Extinction in his study of Ecology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Colonisation and Hesperia comma in addition to Habitat.
His Butterfly research integrates issues from Zoology and Host. His specific area of interest is Climate change, where Chris D. Thomas studies Global warming. His Range research integrates issues from Abundance, Physical geography, Microclimate and Species distribution.
Ecology, Climate change, Range, Biodiversity and Habitat are his primary areas of study. His research in Butterfly, Environmental change, Species richness, Species distribution and Taxonomic rank are components of Ecology. Chris D. Thomas is interested in Global warming, which is a branch of Climate change.
The Range study combines topics in areas such as Genetic diversity and Nymphalidae. His research in Biodiversity intersects with topics in Extinction, Mammal, Protected area, Anthropocene and Socioeconomics. His Habitat study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Conservation biology and Biological dispersal, Metapopulation.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Climate change, Biodiversity, Range and Extinction. Chris D. Thomas studies Global warming, a branch of Climate change. His Biodiversity study frequently links to other fields, such as Butterfly.
The various areas that Chris D. Thomas examines in his Range study include Restoration ecology, Conservation biology, Generalist and specialist species and Bioindicator. Chris D. Thomas combines subjects such as Astrobiology, Earth and Environmental planning with his study of Extinction. His research investigates the connection between Habitat and topics such as Metapopulation that intersect with issues in Habitat destruction.
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Extinction risk from climate change
Chris D. Thomas;Alison Cameron;Rhys E. Green;Rhys E. Green;Michel Bakkenes.
Biodiversity Conservation: Uncertainty in predictions of extinction risk/Effects of changes in climate and land use/Climate change and extinction risk (reply).
Chris D. Thomas;Stephen E. Williams;Alison Cameron;Rhys E. Green.
Rapid Range Shifts of Species Associated with High Levels of Climate Warming
I-Ching Chen;I-Ching Chen;Jane K. Hill;Ralf Ohlemüller;David B. Roy.
Parallel Declines in Pollinators and Insect-Pollinated Plants in Britain and the Netherlands
J. C. Biesmeijer;S. P. M. Roberts;M. Reemer;R. Ohlemüller.
Poleward shifts in geographical ranges of butterfly species associated with regional warming
Camille Parmesan;Nils Ryrholm;Constantí Stefanescu;Jane K. Hill.
The distributions of a wide range of taxonomic groups are expanding polewards
Rachael Hickling;David B. Roy;Jane K. Hill;Richard Fox.
Global Change Biology (2006)
Rapid responses of British butterflies to opposing forces of climate and habitat change.
M. S. Warren;J. K. Hill;J. K. Hill;J. A. Thomas;J. Asher.
Birds extend their ranges northwards
Chris D. Thomas;Jack J. Lennon.
Ecological and evolutionary processes at expanding range margins
Chris D. Thomas;E.J. Bodsworth;Robert J. Wilson;A.D. Simmons.
Assisted colonization and rapid climate change.
Ove Hoegh-Guldberg;Laura Hughes;Sue McIntyre;David Lindenmayer.
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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