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54. N Koutsias, M Arianoutsou, AS Kallimanis, G Mallinis, JM Halley, P Dimopoulos (2012), "Where did the fires burn in Peloponnisos, Greece the summer of 2007? Evidence for a synergy of fuel and weather", Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 156, 41-53
53. JM Halley, D Kugiumtzis (2011), "Nonparametric testing of variability and trend in some climatic records", Climatic change, 1-20
52. KS Van Houtan, JM Halley (2011) "Long-term climate forcing in loggerhead sea turtle nesting" PloS one 6 (4), e19043
51. A Damialis, C Fotiou, JM Halley, D Vokou (2011), "Effects of environmental factors on pollen production in anemophilous woody species", Trees-Structure and Function 25 (2), 253-264
50. JM Halley, Y Iwasa (2011), "Neutral theory as a predictor of avifaunal extinctions after habitat loss", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (6), 2316-2321
49. C Fotiou, A Damialis, N Krigas, JM Halley, D Vokou (2011), "Parietaria judaica flowering phenology, pollen production, viability and atmospheric circulation, and expansive ability in the urban environment: impacts of environmental factors", International journal of biometeorology 55 (1), 35-50
48. V Kati, K Poirazidis, M Dufrêne, JM Halley, G Korakis, S Schindler, P Dimopoulos (2010), "Towards the use of ecological heterogeneity to design reserve networks: a case study from Dadia National Park, Greece", Biodiversity and conservation 19 (6), 1585-1597
47. KS Van Houtan, JM Halley, R Van Aarde, SL Pimm (2009), "Achieving success with small, translocated mammal populations", Conservation Letters 2 (6), 254-262
46. Halley J.M. (2009), "Using models with long-term persistence to interpret the rapid increase of Earth's temperature", Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 388 (12), 2492-2502
45. AS Kallimanis, AD Mazaris, J Tzanopoulos, JM Halley, JD Pantis, SP Sgardelis (2008), "How Does Habitat Diversity Affect the Species-Area Relationship?", Global Ecology and Biogeography 17, 532-538
44. Kallimanis A.S., Halley J.M., Vokou D. & Sgardelis S.P. (2008) The Scale of Analysis Determines the Spatial Pattern of Woody Species Diversity in the Mediterranean Environment. Plant Ecology 196, 143-151
43. Van Houtan K.S., Pimm S.L., Halley J.M., Bierregaard R.O. & Lovejoy T.E. (2007) Dispersal of Amazonian Birds in Continuous and Fragmented Forest. Ecology Letters 10, 219-229
42. Damialis A., Halley J.M., Gioulekas D. & Vokou D. (2007) Long-Term Trends in Atmospheric Pollen Levels in the City of Thessaloniki, Greece. Atmospheric Environment 41, 7011-7021
41. Halley, J.M., "How sampling resolution and scale affect the perceived redness of a time-series" in Vasseur, D. A., and McCann, K. S. (eds.) The impact of environmental variability on ecological systems. The Peter Yodzis Fundamental Ecology Series Vol 2. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. ISBN: 978-1-4020-5850-9.
40. A.S. Kallimanis, W.E. Kunin, J.M. Halley and S.P. Sgardelis, "Patchy disturbance favours longer dispersal distance" Evolutionary Ecology Research, 8, 529-541 (2006).
39. Halley, J.M., "Comparing aquatic and terrestrial variability: On what scale do ecologists communicate?", in "Bridging the Gap Between Aquatic and Terrestrial Ecology" Browman, H.I & Stergio u, K.I. (Eds) Theme Section Marine Ecology Progress Series, 304, 274-280 (2005).
38. Halley, J. M. & Stergiou, K.I., "The implications of increasing variability of fish landings". Fish and Fisheries, 6, 266-276 (2005).
37. Matthiopoulos, J.M., Halley, J.M. and Moss, R., "The Social Hypothesis for Red Grouse Population Cycles Relies on Abrupt Transitions from Tolerant to Aggressive Behaviour". Ecology 86 (7): 1883-1893, 2005.
36. Kosmidis, K., Argyrakis, P. & Halley, J.M., Language evolution and population dynamics in a system of two interacting species. Physica A, 353, 595-612, 2005.
35. Kallimanis, A, Kunin, W. Halley, J., and Sgardelis, S. "Metapopulation extinction risk under spatially autocorrelated disturbance". Conservation Biology, 19, 1-13 (2), 2005.
34. Arntzen, J. W., Goudie, I., Halley, J. and Jehle, R. "Costs and benefits of marking techniques for long-term population studies". Amphibia-Reptilia, 25, 305-315, 2004.
33. Yadav, R. K. P., Halley, J. M., Karamanoli, K., Constantinidou, H.-I. & Vokou, D., "Bacterial populations on the leaves of Mediterranean plants: quantitative features and testing of distribution models". Environmental and Experimental Botany, 52, 63-77, 2004.
32. Halley, J. M., Hartley, S., Kallimanis, A.S., Kunin, W.E., Lennon, J.J., Sgardelis, S.P. (Review), "Uses and Abuses of Fractal Methodology in Ecology". Ecology Letters, 7, 254-271, 2004.
31. Halley, J.M. & Inchausti, P. "The Increasing Importance of 1/f-noises as Models of Ecological Variability" (Review), Fluctuation and Noise Letters, 4, R1-R26, 2004.
30. Inchausti, P. and J.M. Halley, "On the relation between temporal variability and persistence time in animal populations", J. Animal Ecol., 72, 899-908, 2003.
29. Vokou, D., Douvli, P. and Halley, J.M., "Effects of monoterpenoids and of their combinations on seed germination and seedling growth", J. Chem. Ecol., 29 , 2281-2301, 2003.
28. Halley, J.M., "The initial-value spectrum of 1/f noise: Notes on its importance and its estimation". Proceedings of ICNF 2003: the 17th International Conference on Noise and Fluctuations, Prague. Published by CNRL, Brno, Czech Republic. ISBN 80-239-1005-1.
27. Akçakaya, H.R., Halley J.M., and Inchausti, P., "Population-level mechanisms for reddened spectra in ecological time series", J. Animal Ecol., 72, 698-702, 2003.
26. Halley, J.M. "Parameter drift stabilizes long-range extinction forecasts". Ecol. Lett., 6, 392-397, 2003.
25. Inchausti, P. and Halley, J. "The long-term temporal variability and the spectral color of ecological time series" Evolutionary Ecology Research, 4, pp1-16, 2002
24. Halley, J., and Inchausti, P. Lognormality in Ecological Time Series. Oikos 99, 518-530, 2002.
23. Kallimanis, A, Sgardelis, S. and Halley, J. "Accuracy of fractal dimension estimates for small samples of ecological distributions". Landscape Ecology, 17, 281-297, 2002.
22. Halley, J.M., and Inchausti, P. 1/f noise: an appropriate stochastic process for ecology. ICNF 2001: Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Noise in Physical Systems and 1/f Fluctuations. Ed. G. Bosman, pp797-800, 2001. World Scientific, New Jersey.
21. G.J Blionis, J.M. Halley and D. Vokou. "Flowering Phenology of Campanula Species on Mt. Olympos, Greece", Ecography, 24, pp. 696-706, 2001.
20. Inchausti P. and Halley J. "Investigating long-term ecological variability using the Global Population Dynamics Database", Science 293, pp.655-657, 2001.
19. J. M. Halley and W. E. Kunin. "Extinction Risk and the 1/f Family of Noise Models", Theor. Popul. Biol. 56, pp. 215-30, 1999.
18. D. Hewzulla, M.C. Boulter, M.J. Benton and J.M. Halley, "Evolutionary Patterns From Mass Originations and Mass Extinctions", Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B 354, pp 463-69, 1999.
17. J.M. Halley and Y. Iwasa, "Extinction rate of a population under both demographic and environmental stochasticity". Theor. Popul. Biol. 53, 1-15, 1998.
16. J. Halley, "Ecology, evolution and 1/f-noise", Trends Ecol. Evolution, 11, pp. 33-37, 1996.
15. J. Halley and A.R. Hoelzel, "Simulation models of bottleneck events in natural populations", in Molecular Genetic Approaches to Conservation, by T.B. Smith and R.K. Wayne (Eds.), Oxford University Press, New York, 1996.
14. J.M. Halley, C.H. Robinson, H.N. Comins and J. Dighton "Predicting straw decomposition by a four-species fungal community: a cellular automaton model", J. Appl. Ecol., 33, pp. 493-507, 1996.
13. J.M. Halley, C.F.G. Thomas, P.C. Jepson, "A model of the spatial dynamics of linyphiid spiders in farmland", J. Appl. Ecol., 33, pp. 471-492, 1996.
12. J.M. Halley, R.S. Oldham and J.W. Arntzen "Predicting the persistence of amphibian populations with the help of a spatial model", J. Appl. Ecol., 33, pp. 455-470, 1996.
11. J.M. Halley and J.P. Dempster, "The spatial population dynamics of insects exploiting a patchy food resource III: A model study of local persistence", J. Appl. Ecol., 33, pp. 439-454, 1996.
10. J.M. Halley and J.H. Lawton, "The JAEP ecology of farmland modelling initiative. Spatial models for farmland ecology", J. Appl. Ecol., 33, pp. 435-438, 1996.
9. J.M. Halley, H.N. Comins, J.H. Lawton, M.P. Hassell, "Competition, succession and pattern in fungal communities: Towards a cellular automaton model", Oikos, 70, pp. 435-442, 1994.
8. A.R. Hoelzel, J.M. Halley, C. Campagna, T. Arnbom, B. Le Boeuf, S.J. O'Brien, K. Ralls, G.A. Dover. "Elephant Seal Genetic Varition and the Use of Simulation Models to Investigate Historical Population Bottlenecks", J. Heredity, 84, pp.443-449, 1993.
7. J.M. Halley, R. Manasse, "A Population dynamics model for annual plants subject to inbreeding depression", Evolutionary Ecology, 7, pp. 15-24, 1993.
6. J.M. Halley, J. Midwinter, "Competitive instability in nonlinear Fabry-Perot etalons", in IEEE J. Quantum Electron., 26, pp.348-360, 1990.
5. J.M. Halley, J. Midwinter, "Pixellation of optically bistable elements", J. Optical and Quantum Electron., 21, pp. 191-203, 1989.
4. P. Bayvel, J.M. Halley, R. Kadiwar, I.P. Giles, "Theoretical and experimental investigation of an all-fibre Brillouin laser", ECOC '88, the Fourteenth European Conference on Optical Communication, 1988.
3. E. Abraham, J.M. Halley, "Some calculations of temperature profiles in thin films with laser heating", Appl. Phys. A, 42, 279, 1987.
2. J.M. Halley, Midwinter, J., "Thermal analysis of optical elements and arrays on thick substrates with convection cooling", J. Appl. Phys., 62, pp. 4055-4064, 1987.
1. J.M. Halley, J. Midwinter, "Thermo-optic bistable devices: theory of operation in freestanding films", J. Optical and Quantum Electron, 18, pp. 57-72, 1986.