publications

Parida, M., Hoffmann, A. A., & Hill, M. P. (2015). Climate change expected to drive habitat loss for two key herbivore species in an alpine environment. Journal of Biogeography.

Hill MP, Terblanche JS (2014) Niche overlap of congeneric invaders supports a single-species hypothesis and provides insight into future invasion risk: implications for global management of the Bactocera dorsalis complex. PLoSone DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0090121

Hill MP, Axford JK, Hoffmann AA (2014) Predicting the spread of Aedes albopictus in Australia under current and future climates: multiple approaches and data sets to incorporate evolutionary divergence. Austral Ecology DOI: 10.1111/aec.12105

Hill MP, Chown, SL, Hoffmann AA (2013) A predicted niche shift corresponds with increased thermal resistance in an invasive mite, Halotydeus destructor. Global Ecology & Biogeography 22, 942-951.

Hill MP, Hoffmann AA, Macfadyen S, Umina, PA, Elith J (2012) Understanding niche shifts: using current and historical data to model the invasive redlegged earth mite, Halotydeus destructor. Diversity & Distributions 18, 191–203

Hill MP, Umina PA, McColl S, Hoffmann AA (2012) Distribution of cryptic blue oat mite species (Penthaleus spp.) in Australia: current and future climate conditions. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 14, 127–137

Arthur AL, Weeks AR, Hill MP, Hoffmann AA (2011) The distribution, abundance and life cycle of the pest mites Balaustium medicagoense (Prostigmata: Erythraeidae) and Bryobia spp. (Prostigmata: Tetranychidae) in Australia. Australian Journal of Entomology 50, 22–36

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