PUBLICATIONS:

Book Chapters:

Beaumont LJ (ed. Beggs P). Cambridge University Press.Impacts of Climate Change on Allergens and Allergic Diseases, Duursma D (2016) Impacts of climate change on the distributions of allergenic species. In Impacts of Climate Change on Allergens and Allergic Diseases (ed. Beggs P). Cambridge University Press

Journal articles:

Ofori B, Beaumont LJ, Stow A (in press) Cunningham’s skinks show low genetic connectivity and signatures of divergent selection across its distribution. Ecology and Evolution

Beaumont LJ, Graham E, Duursma DE, Wilson PD, Cabrelli A, Baumgartner JB, Hallgren W, Esperón-Rodríguez M, Nipperess DA, Warren DL. (2016) Which species distribution models are more (or less) likely to project broad-scale, climate-induced shifts in species ranges? Ecological Modelling 342, 135-146.

Beaumont LJ, Duursma D, Kemp DJ, Wilson PD, Evans JP. (2016) Potential impacts of a future persistent El Nino or La Nina on three subspecies of Australian butterflies. Biotropica. DOI: 10.1111/btp.12356

Mizerek TL, Baird AH, Beaumont LJ, Madin JS. (2016) Physical tolerance governs the presence of reef corals in high latitude communities. Global Ecology and Biogeography. DOI: 10.1111/geb.12459

Hallgren W, Beaumont L, Bowness A, Chambers L, Graham E, Holewa H, Laffan S, Mackey B, Nix H, Price J, VanDerWal J, Warren R, Weis G (2016) The Biodiversity and Climate Change Virtual Laboratory: where ecology meets big data. Environmental Modelling & Software. 76:182-186.

Beaumont LJ, Hartenthaler T, Keatley MR, Chambers LE (2015) Shifting time: a review of recent changes to the phenology of Australian species. Climate Research, 63: 203-214.

              

Delport TC, Asher AJ, Beaumont LJ, Webster KN, Harcourt RG, Power ML (2014) Giardia duodenalis and Cryptosporidium occurrence in Australian sea lions (Neophoca cinerea) exposed to varied levels of human interaction. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife, 3:269-275.

Larson ER, Gallagher RV, Beaumont LJ, Olden JD (2014) Generalized “avatar” niche shifts improve distribution models for invasive species. Diversity and Distributions, 20: 1296-1306.

Beaumont LJ, Gallagher RV, Leishman MR, Hughes L, Downey PO (2014) How can knowledge of the climate niche inform the weed risk assessment process? A case-study of Chrysanthemoides monilifera in Australia. Diversity and Distributions, 20: 613-625.

Chambers LE, Altwegg R, Barbraud, R, Barnard P, Beaumont L, Crawford RJM, Durant JM, Hughes L, Keatley MR, Low M, Morellato LPC, Poloczanska E, Ruoppolo V, Vanstreels RET, Woehler EJ, Wolfaardt A (2013) Changes in Southern Hemisphere phenology. PLoS OneDOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0075514

Chambers LE, Beaumont LJ, Hudson IL (2013) Continental scale analysis of bird migration timing: influences of climate and life history traits - a generalized mixture model clustering approach. International Journal of Biometeorology. DOI 10.1007/s00484-013-0707-2

Beaumont LJ, Duursma D (2012) Global projections of 21st century land-use changes in regions adjacent to protected areas. PLoS ONE 7(8): e43714. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0043714

Beaumont LJ, Pitman A, Perkins S, Zimmermann NE, Yoccoz NG, Thuiller W (2011) Impacts of climate change on the world’s most exceptional ecoregions, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 108: 2306-2311. ISI Hot Paper

Gallagher RV, Beaumont LJ, Hughes L, Leishman MR (2010) Evidence for climatic niche and biome shifts between native and novel ranges in plant species introduced to Australia, Journal of Ecology 98: 790-799.

-Roubicek A, VanDerWal J, Beaumont LJ, Pitman A, Wilson P, Hughes L (2010) Does the choice of climate baseline matter in ecological niche modeling? Ecological Modelling, 221: 2280-2286

-Beaumont LJ, Gallagher RV, Thuiller W, Downey PI, Leishman MR, Hughes L (2009) Modelling the impacts of Hieracium spp. on protected areas in Australia under climate change, Ecography, 32:757-764.

-Beaumont LJ, Gallagher RV, Thuiller W, Downey P, Leishman MR, Hughes L (2009) Different climatic envelopes among invasive populations may lead to underestimations of current and future biological invasions, Diversity and Distributions 15: 409-420. ISI Highly Cited Paper

-Beaumont LJ, Hughes L, Pitman A (2008) Why is the choice of future climate scenarios for species distribution modelling important? Ecology Letters 11: 1135-1146

-Beaumont LJ, Pitman A, Hughes L, Poulsen M (2007) Where will species go? Improved projections of species future distributions using new modelling techniques. Global Change Biology, 13, 1368-1385.

-Beaumont LJ, McAllan IW, Hughes L (2006) A matter of timing: changes in the first date of arrival and last date of departure of Australian migratory birds. Global Change Biology 12: 1339-1354.

-Beaumont LJ, Hughes L, Poulsen M (2005) Predicting species distributions: use of climatic parameters in BIOCLIM and its impact on predictions of species’ current and future distributions. Ecological Modelling 186: 250-269.

-Thomas CD, Williams SE, Cameron A, Green RE, Bakkenes M, Beaumont LJ, Collingham YC, Erasmus BFN, de -Siqueira MF, Grainger A, Hannah L, Hughes L, Huntley B, Jaarsveld AS, Midgley GF, Miles L, Ortega-Huerta MA, Peterson AT, Phillips OL. (2004) Extinction risk from climate change: reply Nature 430: U4-5.

-Thomas CD, Cameron A, Green RE, Bakkenes M, Beaumont LJ, Collingham YC, Erasmus BFN, de Siqueira MF, Grainter A, Hannah L, Hughes L, Huntley B, van Jaarsveld AS, Midgley GF, Miles L, Ortega-Huerta MA, Peterson AT, Phillips OL, Williams SE (2004) Extinction risk from climate change. Nature 427: 45-48. ISI Highly Cited Paper

-Cameron A, Thomas CD, Green RE, Bakkenes M, Beaumont LJ, Collingham YC, Erasmus BFN, de Siqueira MF, Grainter A, Hannah L, Hughes L, Huntley B, van Jaarsveld AS, Midgley GF, Miles L, Ortega-Huerta MA, Peterson AT, Phillips OL, Williams SE (2004) Will climate catch us off guard? Conservation in Practice 5: 28-29.

-Johns CV, Beaumont LJ, Hughes LA (2003) Effects of CO2 and temperature on development and consumption rates of Octotoma championi and O. scabripennis feeding on Lantana camara. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 108: 169-178.

-Beaumont LJ, Hughes L (2002) Potential changes in the distributions of latitudinally restricted Australian butterfly species in response to climate change. Global Change Biology 8: 954-971.


Refereed Conference Proceedings:

-Gallagher RV, Beaumont L, Downey PO, Hughes L, Leishman MR (2008) Weeds in a warmer climate: a tool for assessing tolerance to changing temperatures. In Proceedings of the 16th Australian Weeds Conference, May 2008 (van Klinken RD, Osten VA, Panetta FD, Scanlan JC eds). p42, Queensland Weeds Society, Brisbane.

-Gallagher RV, Beaumont L, Downey PO, Hughes L, Leishman MR (2008) Predicting the potential for hawkweed range expansion in Australia: climate change projections for 2030. In Proceedings of the 16th Australian Weeds Conference, May 2008 (van Klinken RD, Osten VA, Panetta FD, Scanlan JC eds). Queensland Weeds Society, Brisbane.

-Gallagher R, Beaumont L, Downey PO, Hughes L, Leishman MR (2008) Projecting the impact of climate change on bitou and boneseed distributions in Australia. National Bitou and Boneseed Forum Proceedings, Plant Protection Quarterly 23: 37.

-Downey PO, Gallagher RV, Beaumont L, Leishman MR, Hughes L (2007) Weeds and climate change: what do we know and where to from here. 14th NSW Weeds Conference, University of Wollongong, September 2007.

-Gallagher R, Beaumont L, Downey PO, Hughes L, Leishman MR (2006) Assessing the potential impacts of climate change on weeds in New South Wales: establishing priorities. In The Proceedings of the 15th Australian Weeds Conference, Adelaide, September 2006 (C Preston, JH Watts & ND Crossman eds). pp. 35-39, Weed Management Society of South Australia, Adelaide.


Presentations

-Wilson PD, Beaumont L, Downey PO, Gallagher R, Hughes L & Leishman, M (2009) Weeds in warmer world: Understanding the implications of climate change for Australia's weeds. Ecology and Management of Alien Plant Invasion 10 Conference, Stellenbosch, South Africa. (presentation delivered by Downey, PO).

-Gallagher RV, Beaumont LJ, Downey PO, Hughes L & Leishman MR (2008) Predicting the potential for hawkweed range expansion in Australia: climate change projections for 2030 16 the Annual Australian Weeds Conference, Cairns (presentation).

-Downey PO, Gallagher RV, Beaumont LJ, Hughes L & Leishman MR (2008) Assessing the impact of climate change on invasive weeds and pests. NSW Government Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Research Summit, Sydney (presentation).

-Gallagher RV, Beaumont LJ, Downey PO, Hughes L & Leishman MR (2007) Climate change and alien plant invasions: predicting future impacts to biodiversity Ecology & Management of Alien Plant Invasions 9, Perth.

-Downey PO, Gallagher RV, Beaumont LJ, Hughes L & Leishman MR (2007) Weeds and climate change: what do we know and where to from here? NSW Weeds Society Conference, Wollongong (presentation).

-Gallagher RV, Beaumont LJ, Hughes L, Leishman MR & Downey PO (2007) Projecting the impact of climate change on bitou bush distributions in Australia National Bitou Bush and Boneseed Forum - Geelong, Victoria (poster).

-Gallagher RV, Beaumont LJ, Downey PO, Hughes L & Leishman MR (2006) Assessing the potential impacts of climate change on weeds in New South Wales: establishing priorities. 15 the Annual Australian Weeds Conference, Adelaide (presentation).


Theses

-Beaumont LJ (2008) Detected and predicted impacts of climate change on Australia’s biodiversity. PhD Thesis. Macquarie University.

-Beaumont L (2000) Potential changes in the distributions of endemic Australian butterfly species in response to climate change. Honours Thesis. Macquarie University.

-Beaumont L (2000) GIS analysis of the distribution of shorebirds in Botany Bay, Australia. Honours Thesis. Macquarie University.

 

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Ooi MKJ, Auld TD, Beaumont LJ, Bradstock RA. (in press) Climatic influence over vegetation pattern and process. In Vegetation of Australia (Ed. D Keith).

 

Cabrelli A, Beaumont LJ, Hughes L (2015). The impacts of climate change on Australian and New Zealand Flora and Fauna. In Austral Ark: The State of Wildlife in Australia and New Zealand (eds. Stow A, Howell G, Maclean N). Cambridge University Press.