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Markings next to publications have the following meanings:

$ publications relate to the project Optimal Design of Conservation Investments.

% publications relate to the project Conservation Investment in Practice.

# publications relate to the project Natural Resource Management.


Journal Articles

  1. Crain, B., Sanchirico, J.N., Kroetz, K., Benefield, A., Armsworth, P.R. 2020. Species protection on areas conserved through community-driven direct democracy as compared with a large private land trust – a case study of California. Environmental Conservation, 47, 30-38. %

  2. Segovia, A.R., Romano, D. & Armsworth, P.R. 2020. Who studies where? Boosting tropical conservation research where it is most needed. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, in press, doi:10.1002/fee.2146. %

  3. Armsworth, P.R., Benefield, A. Dilkina, B. Fovargue, R., Jackson, H., Le Bouille, D. Nolte, C. 2020. Allocating resources for land protection using continuous optimization: an application to US biodiversity conservation. Ecological Applications, in press, doi:10.1002/eap.2118. $

  4. Gammans, M. Sanchirico, J.N., Kroetz, K., Armsworth, P.R., Swiedler, E.W. 2020. Are simultaneously-decided referenda substitutable? Evidence from municipal land use ballot measures. Land Economics, in press. %

  5. Briggs, H.M., Ayers, C.A., Armsworth, P.R., Brosi, B.J. 2019. Not all interactions are positive: testing how antagonistic interactions impact the robustness of plant-pollinator networks. Journal of Pollination Ecology, in press.

  6. Cho, S.-H., Thiel, K.M.S., Armsworth, P.R., Sharma, B.P. 2019. Effects of protected area size on conservation return on investment. Environmental Management, 63, 777-788. 

  7. Daniels, M. Iacona, G.D., Armsworth, P.R. Larson, E.R. 2019. Do road or stream networks explain plant invasions in forested protected areas? Biological Invasions, in press. %

  8. Fovargue, R., Fisher, M., Harris, J., Armsworth, P.R. 2019. The landscape of conservation philanthropy. Conservation Biology, 33, 176-184. %

  9. Liu, X., Cho, S.-H., Hayes, D., Armsworth, P.R. 2019 Potential efficiency gains in payment programs from resolving spatial and temporal heterogeneity in the cost of supplying forest carbon. Journal of Environmental Management, 250, 109421. #

  10. Segovia, A.R., Romano, D. & Armsworth, P.R. 2019. Who studies where? Boosting tropical conservation research where it is most needed. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, in press.

  11. Simpson, K., de Vries, F., Armsworth, P.R., Hanley, N. 2019. Designing markets for biodiversity offsets: lessons from tradable pollution permits. Journal of Applied Ecology, 56, 1429-1435. $

  12. Armsworth, P.R. 2018. Time discounting and the decision to protect areas that are near and threatened or remote and cheap to acquire. Conservation Biology, in press. $

  13. Armsworth, P.R., Jackson, H.B., Cho, S.H., Clark, M., Fargione, J.E., Iacona, G.D., Kim, T., Larson, E.R., Minney, T., Sutton, N. 2018. Is conservation right to go big? protected area size and conservation return-on-investment. Biological Conservation, 225, 229-236. %

  14. Ayers, C., Armsworth, P.R., Brosi, B. 2018. Statistically testing the role of individual learning and decision-making in trapline foraging. Behavioral Ecology, 29, 885-893.

  15. Cho, S.H., Lee, J, Roberts, R.K., English, B.C., Yu, T.E., Kim, T. Y., Armsworth, P.R. 2018. Impact of market conditions on the effectiveness of payments for forest-based carbon sequestration. Forest Policy & Economics, 92, 33-42. #

  16. Fovargue, R., Bode, M., Armsworth, P.R. 2018. Size and spacing rules can balance conservation and fishery management objectives for marine protected areas. Journal of Applied Ecology, 55, 1050-1059. #

  17. Fovargue, R., Fisher, M., Harris, J., Armsworth, P.R. 2018. The landscape of conservation philanthropy. Conservation Biology, in press.

  18. Iacona, G.D., Sutherland, W., Mappin, B., Adams, V., Armsworth, P.R., Coleshaw, T., Cook, C., Craigie, I., Dicks, L., Fitzsimons, J.A., McGowan, J., Plumptre, A., Polak, T., Pullin, A., Ringma, J., Rushworth, I., Santangeli, A., Stewart, A., Tulloch, A., Walsh, J., Possingham, H.P. 2018. Standardized accounting of the costs of management interventions for biodiversity conservation. Conservation Biology, in press.

  19. Armsworth, P.R., Jackson, H.B., Cho, S.H., Clark, M., Fargione, J.E., Iacona, G.D., Kim, T., Larson, E.R., Minney, T., Sutton, N. 2017. Factoring economic costs into conservation planning may not improve agreement over which areas should be priorities for protection Nature Communications, 8, 2253. DOI:10.1038/s41467-017-02399-y. $

  20. Baker, C.M., Armsworth, P.R., Lenhart, S. 2017. Handling overheads: optimal multi-method invasive species control. Theoretical Ecology, 10, 493-501. $

  21. Cho, S.H., Lee, J., Roberts, R.K., English, B.C., Yu, T.E., Armsworth, P.R. 2017. Evaluating a county-level tax-based subsidy approach for forest carbon sequestration. Environmental Conservation, 44, 234-243. 

  22. Cho, S.H., Kim, T., Larson, E.R., Armsworth, P.R. 2017. Economies of scale in costs of land acquisition for nature conservation. Forest Policy & Economics, 75, 73-82.

  23. Lennox, GD, Fargione, JM, Spector, S, Williams, G, Armsworth, P.R. 2017. The value of flexibility in conservation financing. Conservation Biology, 31, 666-674. $

  24. Milt, A.W., Armsworth, P.R. 2017. Performance of a cap and trade system for managing environmental impacts of shale gas surface infrastructure. Ecological Economics, 131, 399-406. #

  25. Rieb, J.T., Chaplin-Kramer, R., Daily, G.C., Armsworth, P.R., Böhning-Gaese, K., Bonn, A., Cumming, G.S., Eigenbrod, F., Grimm, V., Jackson, B.M., Marques, A., Pattanayak, S.K., Pereira, H.M., Peterson, G.D., Ricketts, T.H., Robinson, B.E., Schröter, M., Schulte, L.A., Seppelt, R., Turner, M.G., & Bennett, E.M. 2017. When, where, and how nature matters for ecosystem services: Challenges for the next generation of ecosystem service models. BioScience, 67, 820-833. Related correspondence: Rieb et al. [inc. PRA] 2018 BioScience, 68, Pages 167–168.

  26. Ryan, D., Sanchirico, J.N., Toews, C., Armsworth P.R. 2017. Implications of policy adjustment costs for fisheries management. Natural Resources Modeling, 30, 74-90. #

  27. Bode, M., Sanchirico, J.N., Armsworth, P.R. 2016. Returns from matching management resolution to ecological variation in a coral reef fishery. Proc R Soc Lond B, 283, 20152828. 

  28. Boettiger C., Bode M., Sanchirico J., LaRiviere J., Hastings A., Armsworth P.R. 2016. Optimal management of a stochastically varying population when policy adjustment is costly. Ecological Applications, 26, 808-817. 

  29. Iacona, GD, Bode, M, Armsworth, P.R. 2016. Limitations of outsourcing on-the-ground biodiversity conservation. Conservation Biology, 30, 1245-1254. 

  30. Iacona, G., Price, F.D., Armsworth, P.R. 2016. Predicting the presence and cover of management relevant invasive plant species on protected areas. Journal of Environmental Management, 166, 537-543.

  31. Larson E.R., Howell S., Kareiva P., Armsworth P.R. 2016. Constraints of philanthropy on determining the distribution of biodiversity conservation funding. Conservation Biology, 30, 206-215. 

  32. Milt, A.W., Gagnolet, T., Armsworth, P.R. 2016. Synergies and tradeoffs among environmental impacts under conservation planning of shale gas surface infrastructure. Environmental Management, 57, 21-30.

  33. Milt, A.W., Gagnolet, T.D., Armsworth, P.R. 2016. The costs of avoiding environmental impacts from shale gas surface infrastructure. Conservation Biology, 30, 1151-1158. 

  34. Sutton, N.J., Cho, S., Armsworth, P.R. 2016. A reliance on agricultural land values in conservation planning alters the spatial distribution of priorities and overestimates the acquisition costs of protected areas. Biological Conservation, 194, 2-10.

  35. Armsworth, P.R., Larson, E.R., Jackson, S.T., Sax, D.F., Simonin, P., Blossey, B., Green, N., Klein, M.L., Lester, L., Ricketts, T.H., Runge, M.C., Shaw, M.R. 2015. Are conservation organizations configured for effective adaptation to global change? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 13, 163-169.

  36. Ayers, C., Armsworth, P.R., Brosi, B. 2015. Determinism as a statistical metric for ecologically important recurrent behaviors with trapline foraging as a case study. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 69, 1395-1404.

  37. Dallimer, M., Davies, Z.G., Diaz-Porras, D.F., Irvine, K.N., Maltby, L., Warren, P.H., Armsworth, P.R., Gaston, K.J. 2015. Historical influences on the current provision of multiple ecosystem services: is there a legacy of past landcover? Global Environmental Change. 31, 307-317.

  38. Preston, M.D., Forister, M.L., Pitchford, J.W., Armsworth, P.R. 2015. Impact of individual movement and changing resource availability on male-female encounter rates in an herbivorous insect. Ecological Complexity, 24, 1-13.

  39. Armsworth, P.R. 2014. Inclusion of costs in conservation planning depends on limited datasets and hopeful assumptions. Annals of the New York Academy of the Sciences: Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology 2014, 1322, 61-76.

  40. Dallimer, M., Davies, Z.G., Irvine, K.N., Maltby, L., Warren, P.H., Gaston, K.J., Armsworth, P.R. 2014. What personal and environmental factors determine frequency of urban greenspace use? International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 11, 7977-7992.

  41. Dallimer, M., Tinch, D., Hanley, N., Irvine, K.N., Rouquette, J.R., Warren, P.H., Maltby, L., Gaston, K.J., Armsworth, P.R. 2014. Quantifying preferences for the natural world using monetary and non-monetary assessments of value. Conservation Biology, 28, 404-413.

  42. Dumoulin, C., McMillan, T., Stoneman, R., Armsworth P.R. 2014 Locating human resources to reduce the cost of managing networks of protected areas. Conservation Letters, 7, 553-560.

  43. Hughes, M.J., Johnson, E.G., Armsworth P.R. 2014. Optimal spatial management of an invasive plant using a model with above- and below-ground components. Biological Invasions, 16, 1009-1020.   

  44. Iacona, G.D., Price, F.D., Armsworth, P.R. 2014. Predicting the invadedness of protected areas. Diversity and Distributions, 20, 430-439.

  45. Kim, T., Cho, S., Larson, E.R., Armsworth, P.R. 2014. Protected are acquisition costs show economies of scale with area. Ecological Economics, 107, 122-132.

  46. Kroetz, K., Sanchirico, J.N., Armsworth P.R., Banzhaf, H.S. 2014. Benefits of the ballot box for species conservation. Ecology Letters, 17, 294-302.

  47. Larson, E., Boyer, A., Armsworth, P.R. 2014. A lack of response of the financial behaviors of biodiversity conservation nonprofits to changing economic conditions. Ecology and Evolution, 4, 4429-443.     

  48. Milt, A., Palmer, S. & Armsworth P.R. 2014. Updating conservation priorities over 111 years of species observations. Journal of Applied Ecology, 51, 1515-1524.

  49. Sutton N.J., Armsworth P.R. 2014 The grain of spatially referenced economic cost and biodiversity benefit data and the effectiveness of a cost targeting strategy. Conservation Biology, 28, 1451-1461.

  50. Armsworth, P.R., Cantu-Salazar, L., Parnell, M., Booth, J.E., Davies, Z.G., Stoneman, R. 2013. Opportunities for cost-sharing in conservation: variation in volunteering effort across protected areas. PLoS One, 8, e55395.

  51. Bewick, S., Brosi, B., Armsworth, P.R. 2013. Predicting the effect of competition on secondary plant extinctions in plant-pollinator networks. Oikos, 122, 1710-1719.

  52. Fishburn, I.S., Boyer, A., Kareiva, P., Gaston, K.J., Armsworth, P.R. 2013. Changing spatial patterns of conservation investment by a major land trust. Biological Conservation, 161, 223-229.

  53. Lennox, G.D., Armsworth, P.R. 2013 The ability of landowners and their cooperatives to leverage payments greater than opportunity costs from conservation contracts. Conservation Biology, 27, 625-634.

  54. Lennox, G.D., Gaston, K.J., Acs, S., Dallimer, M., Hanley, N., Armsworth P.R. 2013. Continuous conservation investments and the ability of landowners to gain surplus from conservation contracts. Ecological Economics, 93, 69-78.

  55. Rouquette, J.R., Dallimer, M., Maltby, L., Armsworth, P.R., Gaston, K.J. & Warren, P.H. 2013. Species turnover and geographic distance in an urban river network. Diversity and Distributions, 19, 1429-1439.

  56. Thomas, C.D., Anderson, B.J., Moilanen, A., Eigenbrod, F., Heinemeyer, A., Quaife, T., Roy, D.B., Gillings, S., Armsworth, P.R., Gaston, K.J. 2013. Reconciling biodiversity and carbon conservation. Ecology Letters, 16, 39-47.

  57. Armsworth, P.R., Acs, S., Dallimer, M., Gaston, K.J., Hanley, N.D., Wilson, P. 2012. The cost of policy simplification in conservation incentive programs. Ecology Letters, 15, 406-414.

  58. Armsworth, P.R., Fishburn, I.S., Davies, Z.G., Gilbert, J., Leaver, N., Gaston, K.J. 2012. The size, concentration and growth of biodiversity conservation nonprofits. BioScience, 62, 271-281.

  59. Bode, M., Armsworth, P.R., Fox, H.E., Bode, L. 2012. Surrogates for reef fish connectivity when designing marine protected area networks. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 466, 155-166.

  60. Dallimer, M., Skinner, A.M.J., Davies, Z.G., Armsworth, P.R., Gaston, K.J. 2012. Multiple habitat associations: the role of offsite habitat in determining onsite avian density and species richness. Ecography, 35, 134-145.

  61. Dallimer, M., Irvine, K., Skinner, A., Rouquette, J., Davies, Z.G, Armsworth P.R., Maltby, L.M., Warren, P., Gaston, K.J. 2012. Biodiversity and the feel-good factor: understanding associations between self-reported human well-being and species richness. BioScience, 62, 47-55.

  62. Dallimer, M., Rouquette, J., Skinner, A., Armsworth, P.R., Maltby, L., Warren, P. & Gaston, K.J. 2012. Contrasting patterns in species richness of birds, butterflies and plants along riparian corridors in an urban landscape. Diversity and Distributions 18, 742-753.

  63. Fuller, R.A., Irvine, K.N., Davies, Z.G., Armsworth, P.R. & Gaston, K.J. 2012. Interactions between people and birds in urban landscapes. Studies in Avian Biology, 45, 249-266.

  64. Hanley, N., Acs, S., Dallimer, M., Gaston, K.J., Graves, A., Morris, J., Armsworth, P.R. 2012. Farm-scale ecological and economic impacts of agricultural change in the uplands. Land Use Policy, 29, 587-597.

  65. Hanley, N., Banerjee, S., Lennox, G.D., Armsworth, P.R. 2012. How should we incentivize private landowners to “produce” more biodiversity? Oxford Review of Economic Policy. , 28, 93-113.

  66. Lennox, G., Dallimer, M., Armsworth, P.R. 2012. Landowner’s ability to leverage in negotiations over habitat conservation. Theoretical Ecology, 5, 115-128.

  67. Armsworth, P.R., Block, B., Eagle, J., Roughgarden, J.E. 2011. The role of discounting and dynamics in determining the economic efficiency of time-area closures for managing fishery bycatch. Theoretical Ecology, 4, 513-526.

  68. Armsworth, P.R., Cantu-Salazar, L., Parnell, M., Davies, Z.G., Stoneman, R. 2011. Management costs for small protected areas and economies of scale in habitat conservation. Biological Conservation, 141, 423-429.

  69. Bode, M., Bode, L. & Armsworth, P.R. 2011. Different dispersal abilities allow reef fish to coexist. Proceedings of the National Academy of the Sciences, USA. 108, 16317-16321.

  70. Booth, J., Gaston, K.J., Evans, K.L., Armsworth, P.R. 2011. The value of species rarity in biodiversity recreation: a birdwatching example. Biological Conservation, 144, 2728–2732.

  71. Eigenbrod, F., Bell, V., Davies, H., Heinemeyer, A., Armsworth, P.R., Gaston, K.J. 2011. The impact of projected increases in urbanization on ecosystem services. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B, 278:3201-3208.

  72. Holland, R.A., Eigenbrod, F., Armsworth, P.R., Anderson, B.J., Thomas, C.D., Gaston, K.J. 2011. The influence of temporal variation on relationships between ecosystem services. Biodiversity and Conservation, 20, 3285–3294.

  73. Holland, R.A., Eigenbrod, F., Armsworth, P.R., Anderson, B.J., Thomas, C.D., Heinemeyer, A., Gillings, S., Roy, D.B., Gaston, K.J. 2011. Spatial covariation between freshwater and terrestrial ecosystem services. Ecological Applications, 21:2034-2048.

  74. Lennox, G.D., Armsworth. P.R. 2011. Suitability of short or long conservation contracts under ecological and socio-economic uncertainty. Ecological Modeling, 222: 2856-2866.

  75. Moilanen, A., Anderson, B.J., Eigenbrod, F., Heinemeyer, A., Roy, D.B., Gillings, S., Armsworth, P.R., Gaston, K.J., Thomas, C.D. 2011. Balancing alternative land uses in conservation prioritization. Ecological Applications, 21:14-19-1426.

  76. Acs, S., Hanley, N., Dallimer, M., Gaston, K.J., Robertson, P., Wilson, P. & Armsworth, P.R. 2010. The effect of decoupling on marginal agricultural systems: Implications for farm incomes, land use, and upland ecology. Land Use Policy, 27, 550-563.

  77. Armsworth, P.R., Armsworth, A.N., Compton, N., Cottle, P., Davies, I., Emmett, B.A., Fandrich, V., Foote, M., Gaston, K.J., Hess, T., Hopkins, J., Horsley, P.N., Leaver, N., Maynard, T. & Shannon, D. 2010. The ecological research needs of business. Journal of Applied Ecology, 47, 235-243.

  78. Armsworth, P.R., Block, B.A., Eagle, J. & Roughgarden, J.E. 2010. The economic efficiency of a time-area closure to protect spawning bluefin tuna. Journal of Applied Ecology, 47, 36-46.

  79. Booth, J.E., Gaston, K.J. & Armsworth, P.R. 2010. Who benefits from recreational use of protected areas? Ecology and Society, 15, 19.

  80. Dallimer, M., Gaston K.J., Skinner, A.M.J., Hanley, N., Acs, S., Armsworth, P.R. 2010. Field-level bird abundances are enhanced by landscape-scale agri-environment scheme uptake. Biology Letters, 6, 643-646.

  81. Dallimer, M., Marini, L., Skinner, A.M.J., Hanley, N., Armsworth, P.R., Gaston, K.J. 2010. Agricultural land use in the surrounding landscape affects moorland bird diversity. Agriculture, Ecosystems and the Environment, 139, 578-583.

  82. Davies, Z.G. & Armsworth, P.R. 2010. The influence of policies to reduce emissions from aviation on the business travel patterns of individual corporations. Energy Policy, 38, 7634-7638.

  83. Davies, Z.G., Kareiva, P. & Armsworth, P.R. 2010. Temporal patterns in the size of conservation land transactions. Conservation Letters, 3, 29-37.

  84. Eigenbrod, F., Anderson, B.J., Armsworth, P.R., Heinemeyer, A., Gillings, S., Roy, D.B., Thomas, C.D., Gaston, K.J. 2010. Representation of ecosystem services by tiered conservation strategies. Conservation Letters, 3, 184-191.

  85. Eigenbrod, F., Armsworth, P.R., Anderson, B.J., Heinemeyer, A., Gillings, S., Roy, D.B., Thomas, C.D., Gaston, K.J. 2010. Error propagation associated with benefits transfer based mapping of ecosystem services. Biological Conservation, 143, 2487-2493.

  86. Eigenbrod, F., Armsworth, P.R., Anderson, B.J., Heinemeyer, A., Thomas, C.D. & Gaston, K.J. 2010. The impact of proxy based methods on mapping the distribution of ecosystem services. Journal of Applied Ecology, 47, 377-385.

  87. Anderson, B., Armsworth, P.R., Eigenbrod, F., Thomas, C.D., Gillings, S., Heinemeyer, A., Roy, D.B. & Gaston, K.J. 2009. Spatial covariance between biodiversity and other ecosystem services. Journal of Applied Ecology, 46, 888-896.

  88. Armsworth, P.R. 2009. Conditional dispersal, clines and the evolution of dispersiveness. Theoretical Ecology, 2, 105-117.

  89. Armsworth, P.R., Gaston, K.J., Hanley, N.D. & Ruffell, R.J. 2009. Contrasting approaches to statistical regression in ecology and economics. Journal of Applied Ecology, 46, 265-268.

  90. Booth, J.E., Gaston, K.J. & Armsworth, P.R. 2009. Public understanding of protected area designation. Biological Conservation, 142, 3196-3200.    

  91. Dallimer, M., Acs, S., Hanley, N., Wilson, P., Gaston, K.J. & Armsworth, P.R. 2009. What explains property-level variation in avian diversity? An inter-disciplinary approach. Journal of Applied Ecology, 46, 647-656.

  92. Dallimer, M., Acs, S., Tinch, D., Hanley, N., Gaston, K.J. & Armsworth, P.R. 2009. 100 years of change: Examining agricultural trends, habitat change and stakeholder perceptions through the 20th century. Journal of Applied Ecology, 46, 334-343.

  93. Eigenbrod, F., Anderson, B., Armsworth, P.R., Heinemeyer, A., Jackson, S.F., Parnell, M., Thomas, C.D. & Gaston, K.J. 2009. Ecosystem service benefits of conservation strategies in a human-dominated region. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B, 276, 2903-2911.

  94. Fishburn, I.S., Kareiva, P., Gaston, K.J. & Armsworth, P.R. 2009. The growth of easements as a conservation tool. PLoS One, 4, e4996.

  95. Fishburn, I.S., Kareiva, P., Gaston, K.J. & Armsworth, P.R. 2009. State level variation in conservation investment by a major non-governmental organisation. Conservation Letters, 2, 74-81.

  96. Nicholson, E., Mace, G.M., Armsworth, P.R., et al. 2009. Priority research areasfor ecosystem services in a changing world. Journal of Applied Ecology, 46, 1139-1144.

  97. Sachs, J.D., Baillie, J., Sutherland, W.J., Armsworth, P.R. et al. 2009. Biodiversity conservation and the Millennium Development Goals. Science, 325, 1502-1503.

  98. Armsworth, P.R. 2008. The evolution of nonrandom movement along clines. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 10, 967-985.

  99. Armsworth, P.R. & Roughgarden, J.E. 2008. The structure of clines with fitness dependent dispersal. American Naturalist, 172, 648-657.

  100. Armsworth, P.R. & Sanchirico, J.N. 2008. The effectiveness of buying easements as a conservation strategy. Conservation Letters, 1, 182-189.

  101. Brosi, B.J., Armsworth, P.R. & Daily, G.C. 2008. The optimal design of agricultural landscapes for pollination services. Conservation Letters, 1, 27-36.

  102. Fuller, R.A., Warren, P.H., Armsworth, P.R., Barbosa, O. & Gaston, K.J. 2008. Garden bird feeding predicts the structure of urban avian assemblages. Diversity and Distributions, 14, 131-137.

  103. Armsworth, P.R., Chan, K.M.A., Daily, G.C., Ehrlich, P.R., Kremen, C. Ricketts, T.H. & Sanjayan, M.A. 2007. Ecosystem service science and the way forward for conservation. Conservation Biology, 21, 1383-1384.

  104. Barbosa, O., Tratalos, J.A., Armsworth, P.R., Davies, R.G., Fuller, R.A., Johnson, P. & Gaston, K.J. 2007. Who benefits from access to green space? A case study from Sheffield, UK. Landscape and Urban Planning, 83, 187-195.

  105. Hartman, K., Bode, L. & Armsworth, P. 2007. The economic optimality of learning from marine protected areas. Australian & New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics Journal, 48, C307-C329.

  106. Armsworth, P.R., Daily, G.C., Kareiva, P. & Sanchirico, J.N. 2006. Land market feedbacks can undermine biodiversity conservation. Proceedings of the National Academy of the Sciences, USA, 103, 5403-5408.

  107. Bode, M., Bode, L. & Armsworth, P.R. 2006. Larval dispersal reveals regional sources and sinks in the Great Barrier Reef. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 308, 17-25.

  108. Gaston, K.J., Charman, K., Jackson, S.F., Armsworth, P.R., et al. 2006. The ecological effectiveness of protected area: The United Kingdom. Biological Conservation, 132, 76-87.

  109. Sutherland, W.J., Armstrong-Brown, S., Armsworth, P.R., et al. 2006. The identification of 100 ecological questions of high policy relevance in the UK. Journal of Applied Ecology, 43, 617-627.

  110. Armsworth, P.R. & Roughgarden, J.E. 2005. Disturbance induces the contrasting evolution of reinforcement and dispersiveness in directed and random movers. Evolution, 56, 2083-2096.

  111. Armsworth, P.R. & Roughgarden, J.E. 2005. The impact of directed versus random movement on population dynamics and biodiversity patterns. American Naturalist, 165, 449-465.

  112. Armsworth, P.R., Kendall, B.E. & Davis, F.W. 2004. An introduction to biodiversity concepts for environmental economists. Resource and Energy Economics, 26, 115-136.

  113. Armsworth, P.R. & Roughgarden, J.E. 2003. The economic value of ecological stability. Proceedings of the National Academy of the Sciences, USA 100, 7147-7151.

  114. Armsworth, P.R. 2002. Recruitment limitation, population regulation and larval connectivity in reef fish metapopulations. Ecology 83, 1092-1104.

  115. James, M.K., Armsworth, P.R., Mason, L.B. & Bode, L. 2002. The structure of reef fish metapopulations: modelling larval dispersal and retention patterns. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B. 269, 2079-2086.

  116. Armsworth, P.R. & Roughgarden, J.E. 2001. An invitation to ecological economics. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 16, 229-234.

  117. Armsworth, P.R., James, M.K. & Bode, L. 2001. When to press on or turn back: dispersal strategies for reef fish larvae. American Naturalist 157, 434-450.

  118. Armsworth, P.R. 2001. Directed motion in the sea: efficient swimming by reef fish larvae. Journal of Theoretical Biology 210, 81-91.

  119. Armsworth, P.R. 2001. Effects of fishing on a protogynous hermaphrodite. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58, 568-578.

  120. Armsworth, P.R. 2000. Modelling the swimming response of late stage larval reef fish to different stimuli. Marine Ecology Progress Series 195, 231-247.

  121. Armsworth, P.R. & Bode, L. 1999. The consequences of non-passive advection and directed motion for population dynamics. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, A 455, 4045-4060.


Book Chapters

  1. Armsworth, P.R., Larson, E.R., Boyer, A.G. 2018. Adaptability as important in conservation organizations as it is in species. In: Marvier, M., Kareiva, P., Silliman, B. (eds.). Effective Conservation Science: Data Not Dogma. Oxford University Press, pp. 58-63.

  2. Hanley, N., Banerjee, S., Lennox, G.D., Armsworth, P.R. 2014. How should we incentivize private landowners to “produce” more biodiversity? In: Biodiversity: Economics and Policy. Eds. Helm, D., Hepburn, C. Oxford University Press, UK, pp. 315-240.

  3. Pascual, U., Muradian, R. et al. [inc. PRA] 2010. The economics of valuing ecosystem services and biodiversity. In: The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity: Ecological and Economics Foundations. Kumar, P. (ed.). Earthscan, London, UK, pp. 183-256.

  4. Tinch, D., Hanley, N., Dallimer, M., Posen, P., Acs, S., Gaston, K.J. & Armsworth, P.R. 2009. Historical perspectives on the development of multifunctional landscapes: a case study from the UK uplands. In: Multifunctional Rural Land Management: Economics and Policies. Brouwer, F. & van der Heide, M. (eds.). Earthscan, London, UK, pp. 277-294.

  5. Armsworth, P.R., Kappel, C.V., Micheli, F. & Bjorkstedt, E.P. 2006. Marine species. In: The Endangered Species Act at Thirty, Vol. 1: Renewing the Conservation Promise. Goble, D.D., S., J.M. & Davis, F.W. (eds.) Island Press, Washington, DC, pp. 36-44.

  6. Armsworth, P.R., Kappel, C.V., Micheli, F. & Bjorkstedt, E.P. 2006. Working seascapes. In: The Endangered Species Act at Thirty, Vol. 2: Conserving Biodiversity in Human Dominated Landscapes. S., J.M., Goble, D.D. & Davis, F.W. (eds.) Island Press, Washington, DC, pp. 244-255.

  7. Roughgarden, J. & Armsworth, P.R. 2001. Ecological economic theory for managing ecosystem services. In: Ecology: Achievement and Challenge. Press, M.C., Huntly, N., & Levin, S. (eds.) Blackwell Science, Oxford, UK, pp. 337-356.

Other Notable Publications

  1. Davies, Z.G., & Armsworth, P.R. 2008. Corporate Aviation Travel and Climate Change: Opportunities and Challenges for the Corporate Travel Industry. ACTE Global Centre for Research and Education Industry White Paper. Alexandra, VA. [Board Reviewed]

  2. Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, Business and Industry Synthesis Panel [inc. PRA] 2005. Ecosystems and Human Well-being: Opportunities and Challenges for Business and Industry. World Resources Institute, Washington, DC. [Peer and Board Reviewed]

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