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2014

Hughes, K.A., Convey, P. & Huiskes, A.H.L. Global movement and homogenisation of biota: challenges to the environmental management of Antarctica?. In: Tin, T., Liggett, D., Maher, P. & Lamers, M. (eds.), Antarctic Futures. Human engagement with the Antarctic environment. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 113-137. DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-6582-5_5

Coulson, S.J., Convey, P., Aakra, K., Aarvik, L., Ávila-Jiménez, M.L., Babenko, B., Biersma,E., Boström, S., Brittain, J., Carlsson, A., Christoffersen, K., De Smet, W., Fjellberg, A., Fuereder, L. Gustafsson, D., Gwiazdowizc, D.J., Hågvar, S., Hansen, L.O., Kaczmarek, L., Kuklin, V., Lakka, H-K., Lebedeva, N., Makarova, O., Maraldo, K., Melekhina, E., Ødegaard, F., Pilskog, H.E., Simon, J.C., Solenius, B., Solhøy, T., Søli, G., Stur. E.,Tanaevitch, A., Taskaeva, A., Velle, G. & Zmudczyńska, K. The terrestrial and freshwater invertebrate biodiversity of the archipelagoes of the Barents Sea; Svalbard, Franz Josef Land and Novaya Zemlya. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 68, 440-470.

Convey, P., Chown, S.L., Clarke, A., Barnes, D.K.A., Cummings, V., Ducklow, H., Frati, F., Green, T.G.A., Gordon, S., Griffiths, H., Howard-Williams, C., Huiskes, A.H.L., Laybourn-Parry, J., Lyons, B., McMinn, A., Peck, L.S., Quesada, A., Schiaparelli, S. & Wall, D. The spatial structure of Antarctic biodiversity. Ecological Monographs 84, 203-244.

Fraser, C.I., Terauds, A., Smellie, J., Convey, P. & Chown, S.L. Geothermal activity helps life survive ice ages. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 111, 5634-5639.

Roads, E., Longton, R.E. & Convey, P. Millenial timescale regeneration in a moss from Antarctica. Current Biology 24, R222-R223.

Kleinteich, J., Hildebrand, F., Wood, S.A, Cirés, S., Agha, R., Quesada, A., Pearce, D., Convey, P., Küpper, F.C. & Dietrich, D.R. Diversity of toxin and non-toxin containing cyanobacterial mats of meltwater ponds on the Antarctic Peninsula: A pyrosequencing approach. Antarctic Science doi:10.1017/S0954102014000145.

Pasotti, F. Convey, P. & Vanreusel, A. Potter Cove (west Antarctic Peninsula) shallow water meiofauna: a seasonal snapshot. Antarctic Science doi:10.1017/S0954102014000169.

Hughes, K.A. & Convey, P. Alien invasions in Antarctica – is anyone liable? Polar Research 33, 22103.

Everatt, M.J., Convey, P., Worland, M.R., Bale, J.S. & Hayward, S.A.L. Are the Antarctic dipteran, Eretmoptera murphyi, and Arctic collembolan, Megaphorura arctica, vulnerable to rising temperatures? Bulletin of Entomological Research 4, 494-503.

Everatt, M.J., Convey, P., Bale, J.S., Worland, M.R. & Hayward, S.A.L. Responses of invertebrates to temperature and water stress: A polar perspective. Journal of Thermal Biology DOI: 10.1016/j.jtherbio.2014.05.004

Tsujimoto, M., McInnes, S.J., Convey, P. & Imura, S. Preliminary description of tardigrade species diversity and distribution pattern around coastal Syowa Station and inland Sør Rondane Mountains, Dronning Maud Land, East Antarctica. Polar Biology DOI 10.1007/s00300-014-1516-8.

Everatt, M.J., Convey, P., Worland, M.R., Bale, J.S. & Hayward, S.A.L. Contrasting strategies of resistance vs. tolerance to desiccation in two polar dipterans. Polar Research 33, 22963.

Pisa, S., Biersma, E.M., Convey, P., Patiño, J., Vanderpoorten, A., Werner, O. & Ros, R.M. The cosmopolitan moss Bryum argenteum in Antarctica: recent colonization or in situ survival? Polar Biology DOI 10.1007/s00300-014-1537-3.

Convey, P., Abbandonato, H., Bergan, F., Beumer, L.T., Biersma, E.M., Bråthen, V.S., D'Imperio, L., Jensen, C.K., Nilsen, S., Paquin, K., Stenkewitz, U., Svoen, M.E., Winkler, J., Müller, E. & Coulson, S.J. Survival of rapidly fluctuating natural low winter temperatures by High Arctic soil invertebrates. Journal of Thermal Biology DOI: 10.1016/j.jtherbio.2014.07.009.


2013

Campos, L.S., Montone, R.C., Rafael B. de Moura, R.B., Yoneshigue-Valentin, Y., Kawall, H.G. & Convey, P. Anthropogenic impacts on sub-Antarctic and Antarctic islands and the adjacent marine environments. Adaptation and Evolution in Marine Environments, vol. 2, From Pole to Pole, eds. Verde, C. & di Prisco, G. Springer, Berlin, pp. 177-203.

Bokhorst, S., Huiskes, A., Aerts, R., Convey, P., Cooper, E.J., Dalen, L., Erschbamer, B., Gudmundsson, J., Hofgaard, A., Hollister, R.D., Johnstone, J., Jónsdóttir, I.S., Lebouvier, M., Van de Vijver, B., Wahren, C.-H. & Ellen Dorrepaal, E. Variable temperature effects of Open Top Chambers at polar and alpine sites explained by irradiance and snow depth. Global Change Biology 19, 64-74.

Cannone, N. Convey, P. & Guglielmin, M. Diversity trends of bryophytes in continental Antarctica. Polar Biology 36, 259-271.

Hughes, K.A., Worland, M.R., Thorne, M.A.S. & Convey, P. The non-native chironomid Eretmoptera murphyi in Antarctica: erosion of the barriers to invasion. Biological Invasions 15, 269-281.

Royles, J. Ogée, J., Wingate, L., Hodgson, D.A., Convey, P. & Griffiths, H. Temporal separation between CO2 assimilation and growth? Experimental and theoretical evidence from the desiccation-tolerant moss Syntrichia ruralis. New Phytologist 197, 1152-1160.

Convey, P. Antarctic Ecosystems. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, Vol. 1, 2nd edition, ed. S.A. Levin. Elsevier, San Diego, pp. 179-188.

Purvis, O.W, Convey, P., Flowerdew, M.J., Peat, H.J., Najorka J. & Kearsley, A. Iron localisation in Acarospora colonizing schist following glacial retreat on Signy Island. Antarctic Science 25, 24-30.

Ali, S.H., Alias, S.A., Siang, H.Y., Smykla, J., Pang, K.-L., Guo, S.Y. & Convey, P. Studies on diversity of soil microfungi in the Hornsund area, Spitsbergen. Polish Polar Research 34, 39-54.

Hermant, M., Prinzing, A., Vernon, P., Convey, P. & Hennion, F. Endemic species have highly integrated phenotypes, environmental distributions and phenotype-environment relationships. Journal of Biogeography 40, 1583-1594.

Convey, P., Brandt, A. & Nicols, S. Life in a cold environment. In Walton, D.W.H. (ed.), Antarctica – Global Science from a Frozen Continent. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 161-210.

Turner, J. Barrand, N.E., Bracegirdle, T.J., Convey, P., Hodgson, D., Jarvis, M., Jenkins, A., Marshall, G., Meredith, M.P., Roscoe, H., Shanklin, J., French, J., Goosse, H., Guglielmin, M.,Gutt, J., Jacobs, S., Kennicutt, M.C. II, Masson-Delmotte, V., Mayewski, P., Navarro, F., Robinson, S., Scambos, T., Sparrow, M., Speer, K., Summerhayes, C. & Klepikov, A. Antarctic Climate Change and the Environment – An Update. Polar Record doi:10.1017/S0032247413000296.

Caruso, T., Trokhymets, V., Bargagli, R. & Convey, P. Biotic interactions as a structuring force in soil communities: evidence from the micro-arthropods of an Antarctic moss model system. Oecologia 172, 495-503.

Volonterio, O., Ponce de León, R., Convey, P. & Krzeminska, E. First record of Trichoceridae (Diptera) in the maritime Antarctic. Polar Biology 36, 1125-1131.

Everatt, M.J., Convey, P., Worland, M.R., Bale, J.S. & Hayward, S.A.L. Heat tolerance and physiological plasticity in the Antarctic collembolan, Cryptopygus antarcticus, and mite, Alaskozetes antarcticus. Journal of Thermal Biology 38, 264-271.

Royles, J., Sime, L.C., Hodgson, D.A., Convey, P. & Griffiths, H. Differing source water inputs, moderated by evaporative enrichment, determine the contrasting δ18OCELLULOSE signals in maritime Antarctic moss peat banks. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 118, 184-194.

Chong, C.W., Goh, Y.S., Convey, P., Pearce, D.A. &Tan, I.K.P. Bacterial biogeography: what can we learn from Antarctic bacterial isolates? Extremophiles 17, 733-745.

Royles, J., Amesbury, M.J., Convey, P., Griffiths, H., Hodgson, D.A., Leng, M.J. & Charman, D.J. Plants and soil microbes respond to recent warming on the Antarctic Peninsula. Current Biology 23,1702-1706.

Everatt, M.J., Worland, M.R., Convey, P., Bale, J.S. & Hayward, S.A.L. The impact of salinity on survival and temperature tolerance in the Antarctic collembolan, Cryptopygus antarcticus. Physiological Entomology 38, 202-210.

Alias, S.A., Ming, C.Y., Smykla, J., Rizman-Idid, M. & Convey, P. Diversity of microfungi in ornithogenic soils from Beaufort Island, Continental Antarctic. Czech Polar Report 3, 144-156.

Everatt, M.J., Bale, J.S., Convey, P., Worland, M.R. & Hayward, S.A.L. The effect of acclimation on thermal activity thresholds in polar terrestrial invertebrates. Journal of Insect Physiology 59, 1057-1064.

Pan S.Y., Tan, G.Y.A., Convey, P., Pearce, D.A. & Tan, I.K.P. Diversity and bioactivity of actinomycetes from Signy Island terrestrial soils, maritime Antarctic. Advances in Polar Science 24, 208-212.

2012

Hughes, K.A. & Convey, P. Determining the native/non-native status of newly discovered terrestrial and freshwater species in Antarctica – current knowledge, methodology and management action. Journal of Environmental Management 93, 52-66.

Chong, C.W., Convey, P., Pearce, D.A., & Tan, I.K.P. Assessment of soil bacterial communities on Alexander Island (in the maritime and continental Antarctic transitional zone). Polar Biology 35, 387-399.

Greenslade, P. & Convey, P. Exotic Collembola on subantarctic islands: pathways, origins and biology. Biological Invasions 14, 405-417.

Chown, S.L. & Convey, P. Spatial and temporal variability in terrestrial Antarctic biodiversity. In: Antarctica: An Extreme Environment in a Changing World, Chapter 1, eds. Rogers, A.D., Johnston, N.M., Murphy, E. & Clarke, A., Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 13-43.

Convey, P., Barnes, D.K.A., Griffiths, H., Grant, S., Linse, K. & Thomas, D.N. Biogeography and regional classifications of Antarctica. In: Antarctica: An Extreme Environment in a Changing World, Chapter 15, eds. Rogers, A.D., Johnston, N.M., Murphy, E. & Clarke, A., Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 471-491.

Grant, S., Convey, P., Hughes, K.A., Phillips, R.A. & Trathan, P.N. Conservation and management of Antarctic ecosystems. In: Antarctica: An Extreme Environment in a Changing World, Chapter 16, eds. Rogers, A.D., Johnston, N.M., Murphy, E. & Clarke, A., Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 492-525.

Peeters, K., Verleyen, E., Hodgson, D.A., Convey, P., Ertz, D., Vyverman, W. & Willems, A. Heterotrophic bacterial diversity in terrestrial and aquatic microbial mat communities in Antarctica. Polar Biology 35, 543-554.

Chong, C.W., Pearce, D.A., Convey, P. & Tan, I.K.P. The identification of environmental parameters which could influence soil bacterial community composition on the Antarctic Peninsula – a statistical approach. Antarctic Science 24, 249-258.

Zmudczyńska, K., Olejniczak, I., Zwolicki, A., Iliszko, L., Convey, P. & Stempniewicz, L. Influence of allochtonous nutrients delivered by colonial seabirds on soil collembolan communities on Spitsbergen. Polar Biology 35, 1233-1245.

Convey, P. Life in the cold: polar terrestrial. In Bell, E. (ed.) Life at Extremes, Chapter 5. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, pp. 81-102.

Allegrucci, G., Carchini, G., Convey, P. & Sbordoni, V. Evolutionary geographic relationships among chironomid midges from maritime Antarctic and sub-Antarctic islands. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 106, 258-274.

Chong, C.W., Pearce, D.A., Convey, P., Yew, W.C. & Tan, I.K.P. Patterns in the distribution of soil bacterial 16S rRNA gene sequences from different regions of Antarctica. Geoderma 181, 45-55.

Guglielmin, M., Worland, R., Convey, P. & Cannone, N. Schmidt Hammer measurements to reconstruct the Holocenic deglaciation of the Marguerite Bay area, (Maritime Antarctic) and to estimate the effects of macrolichens on rock weathering. Geomorphology 155, 34-44.

Gutt, J., Zurell,D., Bracegridle, T.J., Cheung, W., Clark, M.S., Convey, P., Danis, B., David, B., De Broyer, C., di Prisco, G., Griffiths, H., Laffont, R., Peck, L.S., Pierrat, B., Riddle, M.J., Saucede, T., Turner, J., Verde, C., Wang, Z. & Grimm, V. The use of correlative and dynamic species distribution modelling for ecological predictions in the Antarctic: a cross-disciplinary concept. Polar Research 31, 11091, http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/polar.v31i0.11091

Terauds, A., Chown, S.L., Morgan, F., Peat, H.J., Watts, D., Keys, H., Convey, P. & Bergstrom, D.M. Conservation biogeography of the Antarctic. Diversity and Distributions 18, 726-741.

di Prisco, G. Convey, P., Gutt, J., Cowan, D., Conlan, K. & Verde, C. Understanding and protecting the world’s biodiversity: the role and legacy of the SCAR programme “Evolution and Biodiversity in the Antarctic”. Marine Genomics 8, 3-8.

Verde, C., Di Prisco, G. & Convey, P. 2012. Editors' comment. Molecular and genetic advances to understanding evolution and biodiversity in the polar regions. Marine Genomics, 8, 1-2.

Royles, J., Ogée, J., Wingate, L., Hodgson, D.A., Convey, P. & Griffiths, H. Carbon isotope evidence for recent climate-related enhancement of CO2 assimilation and peat accumulation rates in Antarctica. Global Change Biology 18, 3112-3124.

Parnikoza I., Dykyy I., Ivanets V., Kozeretska I., Kunakh V., Rozok A., Ochyra R., Convey P. Transfer of Antarctic herb tundra formation fragments by the kelp gull in the Argentine Islands area. Polar Biology 35, 1753-1758.

Convey, P., Hughes, K.A. & Tin, T. Continental governance and environmental management mechanisms under the Antarctic Treaty System: sufficient for the biodiversity challenges of the next century? Biodiversity 13, 234-248.

Chown, S.L., Lee, J.E., Hughes, K.A., Barnes, J., Barrett, P.J., Bergstrom, D.M., Convey, P., Cowan, D.A., Crosbie, K., Dyer, G., Frenot, Y., Grant, S.M., Herr, D., Kennicutt, M.C., Lamers, M., Murray, A., Possingham, H.P., Reid, K., Riddle, M., Ryan, P.G., Sanson, L., Shaw, J.D., Sparrow, M.D., Summerhayes, C., Terauds, A. & Wall, D.H. Challenges to the future conservation of the Antarctic. Science 337, 158-159.

Molina-Montenegro, M., Carrasco-Urra, F., Rodrigo, C., Convey, P., Valladares, F. & Gianoli, E. Occurrence of the non-native annual bluegrass (Poa annua) on the Antarctic mainland and its negative effects on native plants. Conservation Biology 26, 717-723.

Everatt, M.J., Worland, M.R., Bale, J.S., Convey, P. & Hayward, S.A.L. Pre-adapted to the maritime Antarctic? – Rapid cold hardening of the midge, Eretmoptera murphyi. Journal of Insect Physiology 58, 1104-1111.

Favero-Longo, S.E., Worland, M.R., Convey, P., Piervittori, R., Guglielmin, M. & Cannone, N. Primary succession of lichen and bryophyte communities following glacial recession on Signy Island, South Orkney Islands, maritime Antarctic. Antarctic Science 24, 323-336.

Hodgson, D.A., Bentley, M.J., Schnabel, C., Cziferszky, A., Fretwell, P., Convey, P. & Xu, S. Glacial geomorphology and cosmogenic 10Be and 26Al exposure ages in the northern Dufek Massif, Weddell Sea embayment, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 24: 377-394.

Kagoshima, H., Kito, K., Aizu, Y., Shin-i, T., Kanda, H., Kobayashi, S., Toyoda, A., Fujiyama, A., Kohara, Y., Convey, P. & Niki, H. Multi-decadal survival of an Antarctic nematode, Plectus murrayi, in a -20°C stored moss sample. Cryo-Letters 33, 280-288.

Cannone, N., Worland, M.R., Binelli, G., Convey, P. & Guglielmin, M. CO2 fluxes among different vegetation types during the growing season in Marguerite Bay (Antarctic Peninsula). Geoderma 189-190, 595-605.

Convey, P., Aitken, S., di Prisco, G., Gill, M.J., Coulson, S.J., Barry, T., Jónsdóttir, I.J., Dang, P.T., Hik, D., Kulkarni, T. & Lewis, G. The impacts of climate change on circumpolar biodiversity. Biodiversity 13, 134-143.

Greenslade, P., Potapov, M., Russel, D. & Convey, P. Lessons from history – global Collembola on Deception Island. Journal of Insect Science 12, Article 111.

Tejedo, P., Pertierra, L., Benayas, J., Convey, P., A. Justel, A. & Quesada, A. Trampling on Maritime Antarctica. Can soil ecosystems be effectively protected through existing codes of conduct? Polar Research 31, 10888, http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/polar.v31i0.10888.

Convey, P. 2012. Life on land. In: Fox, A., (ed.). Antarctic Peninsula. A visitor's guide. London, Natural History Museum, pp. 76-91.

Seydametova, E.A., Salihon, J., Zainol, N. & Convey, P. Screening for lovastatin production by Penicillium spp. soil microfungi. International Journal of Chemical Engineering and Application 3, 337-339.

Seydametova, E., Salihon, J., Zainol, N. & Convey, P. Screening for lovastatin production by Penicillium spp. soil microfungi. Proceedings of the International Conference on Drug Development from Natural Resources. Indonesia.

2011

Fretwell, P.T., Convey, P., Fleming, A.F., Peat, H.J, & Hughes, K.A. Detecting and mapping vegetation distribution on the Antarctic Peninsula from remote sensing data. Polar Biology 34, 273-281.

Ivar do Sul, J.A., Barnes, D.K.A., Costa, M.F., Convey, P., Costa, E.S. & Campos, L. Plastics in the Antarctic environment: are we looking only at the tip of the iceberg? Oecologia Australis 15, 150-170.

Peeters, K., Hodgson, D., Convey, P. & Willems. A. Culturable diversity of heterotrophic bacteria in Forlidas Pond (Pensacola Mountains) and Lundström Lake (Shackleton Range), Antarctica. Microbial Ecology 62, 399-413.

Convey, P., Key, R.S., Key, R.J.D, Belchier, M. & Waller, C.L. Recent range expansions in non-native predatory carabid beetles on sub-Antarctic South Georgia. Polar Biology 34, 597-602.

Favero-Longo, S.E., Cannone, N., Worland, M.R. Convey, P., Piervittori, R. & Guglielmin, M. Changes in lichen vegetation with fur seal population increase on Signy Island (South Orkney Islands, Maritime Antarctic). Antarctic Science 23, 65-77.

Mortimer, E., Jansen van Vuuren, B., Lee, J.E., Marshall, D.J., Convey, P., Daniels, S.R. & Chown, S.L. Mite dispersal among the Southern Ocean Islands and Antarctica before the last glacial maximum. Proceedings of the Royal Society, series B 278, 1247-1255.

Krishnan, A., Alias, S.A., Wong, C.M.V.L, Pang, K.-L. & Convey, P. Extracellular hydrolase enzyme production by soil fungi from King George Island, Antarctica. Polar Biology 34, 1535-1542.

Wall, D.H., Lyons, W. Berry, Convey, P., Howard-Williams, C., Quesada, A. & Vincent, W.F. Long term ecosystem networks to record change: an international imperative. Antarctic Science 23, 209.

Fernandez-Carazo, R., Hodgson, D.A., Convey, P. & Wilmotte, A. Low cyanobacterial diversity in biotopes of the Transantarctic Mountains and Shackleton Range (80-82ºS), Antarctica. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 77, 503-517.

Convey, P. Antarctic terrestrial biodiversity in a changing world. Polar Biology 34, 1629-1641.

McGaughran, A., Hogg, I.D. & Convey, P. Extended ecophysiological analysis of Gomphiocephalus hodgsoni (Collembola): flexibility in life history strategy and population response. Polar Biology 34, 1713-1725.

Bokhorst, S., Huiskes, A., Convey, P., Sinclair, B.J., Lebouvier, M., van de Vijver, B & Wall, D.H. Passive warming methods in Antarctica: implications for microclimate and terrestrial biota. Polar Biology 34, 1421-1435.

Convey, P., Hopkins, D.W, Roberts, S.J. & Tyler, A.N. Global southern limit for flowering plants and moss peat accumulation. Polar Research 30, 8929, DOI: 10.3402/polar.v30i0.8929.

Cowan, D.A., Chown, S.L., Convey, P., Tuffin, M., Hughes, K., Pointing, S. & Vincent, W. Non-indigenous microorganisms in the Antarctic: assessing the risks. Trends in Microbiology 19, 540-548.

2010

Torricelli, G., Carapelli, A., Convey, P., Nardi, F., Boore, J.L. & Frati, F. High divergence across the whole mitochondrial genome in the “pan-Antarctic” springtail Friesea grisea: evidence for cryptic species? Gene 449, 30-40.

McGaughran, A., Toricelli, G., Carapelli, A., Frati, F., Stevens, M.I., Convey, P. & Hogg, I.D. Contrasting phylogeographic patterns for springtails reflect different evolutionary histories between the Antarctic Peninsula and continental Antarctica. Journal of Biogeography 37, 103-119.

McGaughran, A., Convey, P., Redding, G.P. & Stevens, M.I. Temporal and spatial metabolic rate variation in the Antarctic springtail Gomphiocephalus hodgsoni. Journal of Insect Physiology 56, 57-64.

Burns, G., Thorne, M.A.S., Hillyard, G., Clark, M.S., Convey, P. & Worland, M.R. Gene expression associated with changes in cold tolerance levels of the Antarctic springtail, Cryptopygus antarcticus. Insect Molecular Biology 19, 113-120.

Chong, C.W., Pearce, D.A., Convey, P., Tan, G.Y.A., Wong, R.C.S. & Tan, I.K.P. High levels of spatial heterogeneity in the biodiversity of soil prokaryotes on Signy Island, Antarctica. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42, 601-610.

Hughes, K.A. & Convey, P. The protection of Antarctic terrestrial ecosystems from inter and intra-continental transfer of non-indigenous species by human activities: a review of current systems and practices. Global Environmental Change – Human and Policy Dimensions 20, 96-112.

Kozeretska I.А., Parnikoza I.Yu., Mustafa O., Tyschenko O.V., Korsun S.G. & Convey, P. Development of Antarctic herb tundra vegetation near Arctowski station, King George Island. Polar Science 3, 254-261.

McGaughran, A. Convey, P., Stevens, M.I. &.Chown, S.L. Metabolic rate, genetic and microclimate variation among springtail populations from sub-Antarctic Marion Island. Polar Biology 33, 909-918.

Convey, P. Life history adaptations to polar and alpine environments. In: Low temperature biology of insects, eds. Denlinger, D.L. & Lee, R.E., Jr., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 297-321.

Hughes, K.A., Convey, P., Maslen, N.R. & Smith, R.I.L. Accidental transfer of non-native soil organisms into Antarctica on construction vehicles. Biological Invasions 12, 875-891.

Engelen, A., Convey, P. & Ott, S. Life history strategy of Lepraria borealis at an Antarctic inland site, Coal Nunatak. The Lichenologist 42, 339-346.

Caruso, T., Garlaschelli, D., Bargagli, R. & Convey, P. Testing metabolic scaling theory using intraspecific allometries in Antarctic microarthropods. Oikos 119, 935-945.

Convey, P. Terrestrial biodiversity in Antarctica – recent advances and future challenges. Polar Science 4, 135-147.

Hodgson, D., Convey, P., Verleyen, E., Vyverman, W., McInnes, S., Sands, C.S., Fernández-Carazo, R. & Wilmotte, A. Observations on the limnology and biology of the Dufek Massif, Transantarctic Mountains 82° South. Polar Science 4, 197-214.

Mataloni, G., González Garraza, G., Bölter, M., Convey, P., Fermani, P. What shapes edaphic communities in mineral and ornithogenic soils of Cierva Point, Antarctic Peninsula? Polar Science 4, 405-419.

Convey, P. Key, R.S. & Key, R.J.D. The establishment of a new ecological guild of pollinating insects on sub-Antarctic South Georgia. Antarctic Science 22, 508-512.

Torricelli, G., Frati, F., Convey, P., Telford, M. & Carapelli, A. Population structure of Friesea grisea (Collembola, Neanuridae) in the Antarctic Peninsula and Victoria Land: evidence for local genetic differentiation of pre-Pleistocene origin Antarctic Science 22, 757-765.

2009

Tin, T., Fleming, Z., Hughes, K.A., Ainley, D., Convey, P., Moreno, C., Pfeiffer, S., Scott, J., & Snape, I. Impacts of local human activities on the Antarctic environment: a review. Antarctic Science 21, 3-33.

McGaughran, A., Redding, G.P., Stevens, M.I. & Convey, P. Temporal metabolic rate variation in a continental Antarctic springtail. Journal of Insect Physiology 55, 129-134.

Parnikoza, I., Convey, P., Dykyy, I., Trakhimets, V., Milinevsky, G., Tyschenko, O., Inozemtseva, D. & Kozeretska, I. Current status of the Antarсtic herb tundra formation in the central Argentine Islands. Global Change Biology 15, 1685-1693.

Tejedo, P. Justel, A., Benayas, J., Rico, E., Convey, P. & Quesada, A. Soil trampling in an Antarctic Specially Protected Area: tools to assess levels of human impact. Antarctic Science 21, 229-236.

Chong, C.W., Dunn, M.J., Convey, P., Tan, G.Y.A., Wong, R.C.S. & Tan, I.K.P. Influences on bacterial diversity of soils on Signy Island, maritime Antarctic. Polar Biology 32, 1571-1582.

Convey, P., Stevens, M.I., Hodgson, D.A., Smellie, J.L., Hillenbrand, C.-D., Barnes, D.K.A., Clarke, A., Pugh, P.J.A., Linse, K. & Cary, S.C. Exploring biological constraints on the glacial history of Antarctica. Quaternary Science Reviews 28, 3035-3048.

Snell, K.R.S., Kokubun, T., Griffiths, H., Convey, P., Hodgson, D.A. & Newsham, K.K. Quantifying the metabolic cost to an Antarctic liverwort of responding to UV-B radiation exposure. Global Change Biology 15, 2563-2573.

Convey, P., Bindschadler, R.A., di Prisco, G., Fahrbach, E., Gutt, J. Hodgson, D.A., Mayewski, P. Summerhayes, C.P. & Turner, J. Antarctic Climate Change and the Environment. Antarctic Science 21, 541-563.

Summerhayes, C., Ainsley, D., Barrett, P., Bindschadler, R., Clarke, A., Convey, P., Fahrbach, E., Gutt, J., Hodgson, D., Meredith, M., Murray, A., Pörtner, H.-O., di Prisco, G., Schiel, S., Speer, K., Turner, J., Verce, C. & Willems, A. The Antarctic Environment in the Global System. In: Turner, J., Bindschadler, R., Convey, P., di Prisco, G., Fahrbach, E., Gutt, J., Hodgson, D., Mayewski, P. & Summerhayes, C. (eds.) Antarctic Climate Change and the Environment. Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research, Cambridge, pp. 1-32.

Turner, J., Arbetter, T., Arthern, R., Barbante, C., Bargagli, R., Bergstrom, D., Bertler, N., Bindschadler, R., Bockheim, J., Boutron, C., Bromwich, D., Chown, S., Clarke, A., Comiso, J., Convey, P., Cook, A., di Prisco, G., Fahrbach, E., Fastook, J. Fleming, A., Gugliemin, M., Gutt, J., Hellmer, H., Hennion, F., Heywood, K., Holland, D., Huiskes, A., Jenkins, A., Jones, A., Lenton, A., Hodgson, D., Hong, S., Jacobs, S., Linse, K., Marshall, G., Mayewski, P., Meredith. M., Metzl, N., Monaghan, A., Naveira-Garabato, A., Rintoul, S., Roscoe, H., Shanklin, J., Scambos, T., Sparrow, M., Speer, K., Stevens, M., Summerhayes, C., Turner, J., van der Veen, K., Vaughan, D., Verde, C., Wang, Z., Webb, D., Woodworth, P., Worby, T., Worland, R. & Yamanouchi, T. Observations, Data Accuracy and Tools. Turner, J., Bindschadler, R., Convey, P., di Prisco, G., Fahrbach, E., Gutt, J., Hodgson, D., Mayewski, P. & Summerhayes, C. (eds.) Antarctic Climate Change and the Environment. Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research, Cambridge, pp. 33-32.

Hodgson, D.A., Abram, N., Anderson, J., Bargelloni, L., Barrett, .P, Bentley, M.J., Bertler, N.A.N., Chown, S., Clarke, A., Convey, P., Crame, .A, Crosta, X., Curran, M., di Prisco, G., Francis, J.E., Goodwin, I., Gutt, J., Massé, G., Masson-Delmotte, V., Mayewski, P.A., Mulvaney, .R, Peck, .L, Pörtner, H.-O., Röthlisberger, R., Stevens, M.I., Summerhayes, C.P., van Ommen, T., Verde, C., Verleyen, E., Vyverman, W., Wiencke, C. & Zane, L. Antarctic climate and environment history in the pre-instrumental period. In: Turner, J., Bindschadler, R., Convey, P., di Prisco, G., Fahrbach, E., Gutt, J., Hodgson, D., Mayewski, P. & Summerhayes, C. (eds.) Antarctic Climate Change and the Environment. Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research, Cambridge, pp. 115-181.

Turner, J., Adams, B., Arthern, R., Atkinson, A., Barbante, C., Bargagli, R., Bergstrom, D., Bertler, N., Bindschadler, R., Bockheim, J., Boutron, C., Bromwich, D., Chown, S., Comiso, J., Convey, P., Cook, A., di Prisco, G., Fahrbach, E. Fastook, J., Forcada, J., Gili, J.-M., Gugliemin, M., Gutt, J., Hellmer, H., Hennion, F., Heywood, K., Hodgson, D., Holland, D., Hong, S., Huiskes, A., Isla, E., Jacobs, S., Jones, A., Lenton, A., Marshall, G., Mayewski, P., Meredith, M., Metzl, N., Monaghan, A., Naveira-Garabato, A., Newsham, K., Orejas, C., Peck, L., Pörtner, H.-O., Rintoul, S., Robinson, S., Roscoe, H., Rossi, S., Scambos, T., Shanklin, J., Smetacek, V., Speer, K., Stevens, M., Summerhayes, C., Trathan, P., van der Veen, K., Vaughan, D., Verde, C., Webb, D., Wiencke, C., Woodworth, P., Worby, T., Worland, R. & Yamanouchi, T. The Instrumental Period. In: Turner, J., Bindschadler, R., Convey, P., di Prisco, G., Fahrbach, E., Gutt, J., Hodgson, D., Mayewski, P. & Summerhayes, C. (eds.) Antarctic Climate Change and the Environment. Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research, Cambridge, pp. 183-298.

Summerhayes, C., Barnes, D., Bergstrom, D., Bindschadler, R., Bockheim, J., Bopp, L., Bracegirdle, T., Chown, S., Convey, P., di Prisco, G., Fahrbach, E., Forcada, J., Frenot, Y., Goosse, H., Gutt, J., Hodgson, D., Huiskes, A., Jones, A., Leaper, R., Lefebvre, W., Lenton, A., Lynch, A., Metzl, N., Murray, A., O’Farrell, S., Peck, L., Pörtner, H.-O., Roscoe, H., Smale, D., Smetacek, V., Turner, J., Vanreusel, A., Vaughan, D., Verde, C., Wang, Z. The next 100 years. In: Turner, J., Bindschadler, R., Convey, P., di Prisco, G., Fahrbach, E., Gutt, J., Hodgson, D., Mayewski, P. & Summerhayes, C. (eds.) Antarctic Climate Change and the Environment. Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research, Cambridge, pp. 299-387.

Turner, J., Bindschadler, R., Convey, P., di Prisco, G., Fahrbach, E., Hodgson, D., Mayewski, P. & Summerhayes, C. Recommendations. In: Turner, J., Bindschadler, R., Convey, P., di Prisco, G., Fahrbach, E., Gutt, J., Hodgson, D., Mayewski, P. & Summerhayes, C. (eds.) Antarctic Climate Change and the Environment. Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research, Cambridge, pp. 389-393.

Convey, P. & Lebouvier, M. Environmental change and human impacts on terrestrial ecosystems of the sub-Antarctic islands between their discovery and the mid-Twentieth Century. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 143, 33-44.

Convey, P. Antarctic Biology, the International Polar Year, and Beyond. Academy of Sciences of Malaysia, Science Journal 3, 195-199.

2008

Convey, P. Non-native species in Antarctic terrestrial and freshwater environments: presence, sources, impacts and predictions. Non-native species in the Antarctic Proceedings, ed. M. Rogan-Finnemore, pp. 97-130. Gateway Antarctica, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Frenot, Y., Convey, P., Lebouvier, M., Chown, S.L., Whinam, J., Selkirk, P.M., Skotnicki, M. & Bergstrom, D.M. Antarctic biological invasions: sources, extents, impacts and implications. Non-native species in the Antarctic Proceedings, ed. M. Rogan-Finnemore, pp. 53-96. Gateway Antarctica, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Hawes, T.C., Worland, M.R., Bale, J.S. & Convey, P. Rafting in Antarctic Collembola. Journal of Zoology 274, 44-50.

Hawes, T.C., Bale, J.S., Worland, M.R. & Convey, P. Trade-offs between microhabitat selection and physiological plasticity in the Antarctic springtail, Cryptopygus antarcticus (Willem). Polar Biology 31, 681-689.

Convey, P., Gibson, J., Hillenbrand, C.-D., Hodgson, D.A., Pugh, P.J.A., Smellie, J.L. & Stevens, M.I. Antarctic terrestrial life – challenging the history of the frozen continent? Biological Reviews 83, 103-117.

Sands, C.J., Convey, P., Linse, K. & McInnes, S.J. Assessing meiofaunal variation among individuals: an example using Tardigrada. BMC Ecology 8, 7.

Bokhorst, S., Huiskes, A., Convey, P., van Bodegom, P.M. & Aerts, R. Climate change effects on soil arthropod communities from the Falkland Islands and the Maritime Antarctic. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40, 1547-1556.

Carapelli, A., Comandi, S., Convey, P., Nardi, F. & Frati, F. The complete mitochondrial genome of the Antarctic springtail Cryptopygus antarcticus (Hexapoda: Collembola). BMC Genomics 9, 315.

Engelen, A., Convey, P., Hodgson, D.A., Worland, M.R. & Ott. S. Soil properties of an Antarctic inland site: implications for ecosystem development. Polar Biology 12, 1453-1460.

Pugh, P.J.A. & Convey, P. Surviving out in the cold: Antarctic endemic invertebrates and their refugia. J. Biogeog. 35, 2176-2186.

Worland, M.R. & Convey, P. The significance of the moult cycle to cold tolerance in the Antarctic collembolan Cryptopygus antarcticus. Journal of Insect Physiology 54, 1281-1285.

Sands, C.J. McInnes, S.J., Marley, N., Goodall-Copestake, W.P., Convey, P. & Linse, K. Phylum Tardigrada: an “individual” approach. Cladistics 24, 861-871.

Hawes, T.C., Hines, A., Viant, M.R., Bale, J.S., Worland, M.R. & Convey, P. Metabolomic fingerprint of cryo-stress in a freeze tolerant insect. CryoLetters 29, 505-515.

Petit, J. & Prudent, G. (eds.) (Convey, P. amongst 64 co-editors and contributing authors). Climate Change and Biodiversity in the European Union Overseas Entities. International Union for the Conservation of Nature.

Convey, P. Non-native species in Antarctic terrestrial and freshwater environments. Proceedings of the Third Malaysian International Seminar on Antarctica (MISA 3) “From the Tropics to the Poles” (eds. Anton, A., Samah, A.A. & Wong, C.W.), pp. 53-62.

2007

Convey, P. Adaptation and evolution. In Encyclopedia of the Antarctic, ed. B. Riffenburg, Routledge, New York, pp. 1-5.

Convey, P. Biogeography. In Encyclopedia of the Antarctic, ed. B. Riffenburg, Routledge, New York, pp. 154-161.

Convey, P. Ecosystem functioning. In Encyclopedia of the Antarctic, ed. B. Riffenburg, Routledge, New York, pp. 371-372.

Convey, P. Heated Ground. In Encyclopedia of the Antarctic, ed. B. Riffenburg, Routledge, New York, pp. 483-484.

Convey, P. Seasonality. In Encyclopedia of the Antarctic, ed. B. Riffenburg, Routledge, New York, pp. 881-882.

Peat, H.J., Clarke, A. & Convey, P. Diversity and biogeography of the Antarctic flora. Journal of Biogeography 34, 132-146.

Hawes, T.C., Bale, J.S., Worland, M.R. & Convey, P. Plasticity and superplasticity in the acclimation potential of the Antarctic mite Halozetes belgicae (Michael). Journal of Experimental Biology 210, 593-601.

Hawes, T.C., Worland, M.R., Convey, P. & Bale, J.S. Aerial dispersal of springtails on the Antarctic Peninsula: implications for local distribution and demography. Antarctic Science 19, 3-10.

Snell, K.R.S., Convey, P. & Newsham, K.K. Metabolic recovery of the Antarctic liverwort Cephaloziella varians during spring snowmelt. Polar Biology 30, 1115-1122.

Bokhorst, S., Ronfort, C., Huiskes, A., Convey, P. & Aerts, R. Food choice of Antarctic soil arthropods clarified by stable isotope signatures. Polar Biology 30, 983-990.

Bokhorst, S., Huiskes, A., P. Convey, P. & Aerts, R. External nutrient inputs into terrestrial ecosystems of the Falkland Islands and the Maritime Antarctic. Polar Biology 30, 1315-1321.

Chown, S.L. & Convey, P. Spatial and temporal variability across life’s hierarchies in the terrestrial Antarctic. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, series B. 362, 2307-2331.

Hawes, T.C., Bale, J.S., Worland, M.R. & Convey, P. Moulting reduces freeze susceptibility in the Antarctic mite, Alaskozetes antarcticus (Michael). Physiological Entomology 32, 301-304.

Convey, P. & Stevens, M.I. Antarctic Biodiversity. Science 317, 1877-1878.

Convey, P., Barnes, D.K.A., Clark, M.S. Dominic A. Hodgson, D.A. & Peck, L.S. An holistic approach to understanding the biological impacts of climate change: Antarctica as a planetary warning system. Inside Agriculture 2, 16-39.

Bokhorst, S., Huiskes, A., Convey, P. & Aerts, R. Climate change effects on decomposition rates in ecosystems from the Maritime Antarctic and Falkland Islands. Global Change Biology 13, 2642-2653.

Brinkmann, M., Pearce, D.A., Convey, P. & Ott, S. The cyanobacterial community of polygon soils at an inland Antarctic nunatak. Polar Biology 30, 1505-1511.

Convey, P. Influences on and origins of terrestrial biodiversity of the sub-Antarctic islands. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 141, 83-93.

Bokhorst, S., Huiskes, A., Convey, P. & Aerts, R. The effect of environmental change on vascular plant and cryptogam communities along a latitudinal gradient from the Falkland Islands to the Maritime Antarctic. BMC Ecology 7, 15 doi:10.1186/1472-6785-7-15.

Convey, P. Antarctic Ecosystems. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, online edition, ed. S.A. Levin. Elsevier, San Diego. doi:10.1016/B0-12-226865-2/00014-6

2006

Hughes, K.A., Scherer, K., Svenøe, T., Rettburg, P., Horneck, G. & Convey, P. Tundra plants protect the soil surface from UV. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38, 1488-1490.

Allegrucci, G., Carchini, G., Todisco, V., Convey, P. & Sbordoni, V. A molecular phylogeny of Antarctic Chironomidae and its implications for biogeographical history. Polar Biology 29, 320-326.

Convey, P. & Smith, R.I.L. Responses of terrestrial Antarctic ecosystems to climate change. Plant Ecology 182, 1-10.

Peck, L.S., Convey, P. & Barnes, D.K.A. Environmental constraints on life histories in Antarctic ecosystems: tempos, timings and predictability. Biological Reviews 81, 75-109.

Barnes, D.K.A., Hodgson, D.A., Convey, P., Allen, C, & Clarke, A. Incursion and excursion of Antarctic biota: past, present and future. Global Ecology and Biogeography 15, 121-142.

Quayle, W.C. & Convey, P. Concentration, molecular weight distribution and carbohydrate composition of DOC in maritime Antarctic lakes of differing trophic status. Aquatic Geochemistry 12, 161-178.

Waller C.L., Worland M.R., Convey P. & Barnes D.K.A. Ecophysiological strategies of Antarctic intertidal invertebrates faced with freezing stress. Polar Biology 29, 1077-1083.

Waller, C., Barnes, D.K.A. & Convey, P. Ecological contrasts across an Antarctic land-sea interface. Austral Ecology, 31, 656-666.

Hawes, T.C., Couldridge, C., Bale, J.S., Worland, M.R. & Convey. P. Habitat temperature and the temporal scaling of cold hardening in the High Arctic collembolan, Hypograstrura tullbergi (Schäffer). Ecological Entomology 31, 450-459.

Adams, B., Bardgett, R.D., Ayres, E., Wall, D.H., Aislabie, J., Bamforth, S., Bargagli, R., Cary, C., Cavacini, P., Connell, L., Convey, P., Fell, J., Frati, F., Hogg, I., Newsham, N., O’Donnell, A., Russell, N., Seppelt, R. & Stevens, M.I. Diversity and distribution of Victoria Land biota. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38, 3003-3018.

Hogg, I.D., Cary, S.C., Convey, P., Newsham, K., O’Donnell, T., Adams, B.J., Aislabie, J., Frati, F.F., Stevens, M.I. & Wall, D.H. Biotic interactions in Antarctic terrestrial ecosystems: are they a factor? Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38, 3035-3040.

Maslen, N.R. & Convey, P. Nematode diversity and distribution in the southern maritime Antarctic – clues to history? Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38, 3141-3151.

Convey, P. & Smith, R.I.L. Thermal relationships of bryophytes from geothermal habitats in the South Sandwich Islands, maritime Antarctic. Journal of Vegetation Science 17, 529-538.

Hawes, T.C, Bale, J.S., Convey, P. & Worland, M.R. Ecologically realistic modalities in arthropod supercooling point distributions. European Journal of Entomology 103, 717-723.

Huiskes, A.H.L., Convey, P. & Bergstrom, D. 1. Trends in Antarctic terrestrial and limnetic ecosystems: Antarctica as a global indicator. Trends in Antarctic Terrestrial and Limnetic Ecosystems: Antarctica as a Global Indicator, eds. Bergstrom, D.M, Convey, P. & Huiskes, A.H.L. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 1-13.

Bergstrom, D., Hodgson, D.A. & Convey, P. 2. The physical setting of the Antarctic. Trends in Antarctic Terrestrial and Limnetic Ecosystems: Antarctica as a Global Indicator, eds. Bergstrom, D.M, Convey, P. & Huiskes, A.H.L. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 15-33.

Hughes, K., Ott, S., Bölter, M., & Convey, P. 3. Colonisation processes. Trends in Antarctic Terrestrial and Limnetic Ecosystems: Antarctica as a Global Indicator, eds. Bergstrom, D.M, Convey, P. & Huiskes, A.H.L. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 35-54.

Chown, S.L. & Convey, P. 4. Biogeography. Trends in Antarctic Terrestrial and Limnetic Ecosystems: Antarctica as a Global Indicator, eds. Bergstrom, D.M, Convey, P. & Huiskes, A.H.L. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 55-69.

Convey. P., Chown, S.L., Wasley, J. & Bergstrom, D.M. 6. Life history traits. Trends in Antarctic Terrestrial and Limnetic Ecosystems: Antarctica as a Global Indicator, eds. Bergstrom, D.M, Convey, P. & Huiskes, A.H.L. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 101-127.

Hennion, F., Huiskes, A., Robinson, S. & Convey, P. 7. Physiological traits of organisms in a changing environment. Trends in Antarctic Terrestrial and Limnetic Ecosystems: Antarctica as a Global Indicator, eds. Bergstrom, D.M, Convey, P. & Huiskes, A.H.L. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 129-159.

Convey, P., Frenot, F., Gremmen, N. & Bergstrom, D. 10. Biological invasions. Trends in Antarctic Terrestrial and Limnetic Ecosystems: Antarctica as a Global Indicator, eds. Bergstrom, D.M, Convey, P. & Huiskes, A.H.L. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 193-220.

Convey, P. 12. Antarctic climate change and its influences on terrestrial ecosystems. Trends in Antarctic Terrestrial and Limnetic Ecosystems: Antarctica as a Global Indicator, eds. Bergstrom, D.M, Convey, P. & Huiskes, A.H.L. Springer, Dordrecht, 253-272.

Bergstrom, D., Huiskes, A.H.L. & Convey, P. 16. The Antarctic: local signals, global messages. Trends in Antarctic Terrestrial and Limnetic Ecosystems: Antarctica as a Global Indicator, eds. Bergstrom, D.M, Convey, P. & Huiskes, A.H.L. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 341-347.

Convey, P. Antarctic terrestrial biodiversity – patterns and problems. In: Proceedings of Second Malaysian International Antarctic Seminar, eds. Tan, I.K.P., Azizan, A.S. & Tan, G.Y.A. Academy of Sciences Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, pp. 85-97.

Convey, P. Antarctic terrestrial ecosystems: responses to environmental change. Polarforschung 75 (2-3), 101-111.

2005

Frenot, Y., Chown, S.L., Whinam, J., Selkirk, P., Convey, P., Skotnicki, M. & Bergstrom, D. Biological invasions in the Antarctic: extent, impacts and implications. Biological Reviews 80, 45-72.

Convey, P. Recent lepidopteran records from sub-Antarctic South Georgia. Polar Biology 28, 108-110.

Hughes, K.A., Walsh, S., Convey, P., Richards, S. & Bergstrom, D. Alien fly populations established at two Antarctic research stations. Polar Biology 28, 568-570.

Convey, P. & McInnes, S.J. Exceptional, tardigrade dominated, ecosystems from Ellsworth Land, Antarctica. Ecology 86, 519-527.

Peck, L.S., Clark, M.S., Clarke, A., Cockell, C.S., Convey, P., Detrich III, H.W., Fraser, K.P.P., Johnston, I.A., Methe, B.A., Murray, A.E., Römisch, K. & Rogers, A.D. Genomics: applications to Antarctic Ecosystems. Polar Biology 28, 351-365.

Chapin, F.S., III, M. Berman, T.V. Callaghan, P. Convey, A.-S. Crepin, K. Danell, H. Ducklow, B. Forbes, G. Kofinas, A.D. McGuire, M. Nuttall, R. Virginia, O. Young, S. Zimov, Christensen, T., Godduhn, A., Murphy, E.J., Wall, D. & Zockler, C. Polar Systems. Chapter 25 in Millennium Ecosystem Assessment: Conditions and Trends. Island Press, Washington.

Hodgson, D.A. & Convey, P. A 7000 year record of the oribatid mite communities on a maritime-Antarctic island: responses to climate change. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 37, 239-245.

Barnes, D.K.A. & Convey, P. Odyssey of stow-away noctuid moths to southern polar islands. Antarctic Science 17, 307-311.

McInnes, S.J. & Convey, P. Tardigrade fauna of the South Sandwich Islands, maritime Antarctic. Zootaxa 1058, 43-49.

2004

Clark, M.S., Clarke, A., Cockell, C.S., Convey, P., Detrich III, H.W., Fraser, K.P.P., Johnston, I.A., Methe, B.A., Murray, A.E., Peck, L.S., Römisch, K. & Rogers, A.D. Antarctic genomics. Comparative and Functional Genomics 5, 230-238.

Hayward, S.A.L., Worland, M.R., Convey, P. & Bale, J.S. Effects of moisture on the local distribution of the Antarctic Collembola Cryptopygus antarcticus and Friesea grisea. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 36, 927-934.

Lawley, B., Ripley, S., Bridge, P. & Convey, P. Molecular analysis of geographic patterns of eukaryotic diversity in Antarctic soils. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 70, 5963-5972.

Marshall, D.J. & Convey, P. Latitudinal variation in habitat specificity of ameronothroid mites. Experimental and Applied Acarology 34, 21-35.

2003

Coulson, S.J., Hodkinson, I.D. Webb, N.R. & Convey, P. A high Arctic population of Pyla fusca (Lepidoptera, Pyralidae) on Svalbard? Polar Biol. 26, 283-285.

Convey, P. Soil faunal community response to environmental manipulation on Alexander Island, southern maritime Antarctic. VIII SCAR International Biology Symposium: Antarctic Biology in a Global Context, ed. A.H.L. Huiskes, W.W.C. Gieskes, J. Rozema, R.M.L. Schorno, S. van der Vies & W.J. Wolff, pp. 74-78 Backhuys, Leiden.

Convey, P., Scott, D. & Fraser, W.R. Biophysical and habitat changes in response to climate alteration in the Arctic and Antarctic. In: Climate Change and Biodiversity: Synergistic Impacts, eds. T.E. Lovejoy & L. Hannah, Conservation International, Center for Applied Biodiversity Science. Advances in Applied Biodioversity Science 4, 79-84.

Hayward, S.A.L., Worland, M.R., Convey, P. & Bale, J.S. Temperature preference of the mite, Alaskozetes antarcticus (Michael), and collembolan, Cryptopygus antarcticus (Willem) from the maritime Antarctic. Phys. Entomol. 28, 114-121.

Arnold, R.J., Convey, P., Hughes, K.A. & Wynn-Williams, D.D. Seasonal periodicity of physical and edaphic factors, and microalgae in Antarctic fellfields. Polar Biol. 26, 396-403.

Convey, P., Block, W. & Peat, H.J. Soil arthropods as indicators of water stress in Antarctic terrestrial habitats? Global Change Biol. 9, 1718-1730.

Convey, P. Maritime Antarctic climate change: signals from terrestrial biology. In: Antarctic Peninsula Climate Variability: Historical and Palaeoenvironmental Perspectives, eds. E. Domack, A. Burnett, A. Leventer, P. Convey, M. Kirby & R. Bindschadler, pp. 145-158. Antarctic Research Series vol. 79, American Geophysical Union.

Quayle, W.C, Convey, P., Peck, L.S., Ellis-Evans, J.C., Butler, H.G. & Peat, H.J. Ecological responses of maritime Antarctic lakes to regional climate change. In: Antarctic Peninsula Climate Variability: Historical and Palaeoenvironmental Perspectives, eds. E. Domack, A. Burnett, A. Leventer, P. Convey, M. Kirby & R. Bindschadler, pp. 159-170. Antarctic Research Series vol. 79, American Geophysical Union.

2002

Walther, G.-R., Post, E., Convey, P., Parmesan, C., Menzel, M., Beebee, T.J.C., Fromentin, J.-M., Hoegh-Guldberg, O. & Bairlein, F. Ecological responses to recent climate change. Nature 416, 389-395.

Smith, R.I.L. & Convey, P. Enhanced sexual reproduction in bryophytes at high latitudes in the maritime Antarctic. J. Bryol. 24, 107-117.

Convey, P., Barnes, D.K.A. & Morton, A. Artefact accumulation on Antarctic oceanic island shores. Polar Biol. 25, 612-617.

Convey, P. & Wynn-Williams, D.D. Antarctic soil nematode response to artificial environmental manipulation. Eur. J. Soil Biol. 38, 255-259

Convey, P., Pugh, P.J.A., Jackson, C., Murray, A.W., Ruhland, C.T., Xiong, F.S. & Day, T.A. Response of Antarctic terrestrial arthropods to long-term climate manipulations. Ecology 83, 3130-3140.

2001

Hayward, S.A.L., Bale, J.S., Worland, M.R. & Convey, P. Influence of temperature on the hygropreference of the collembolan Cryptopygus antarcticus and the mite Alaskozetes antarcticus from the maritime Antarctic. J. Insect Physiol. 47, 11-18.

Convey, P. Antarctic Ecosystems. In: Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, ed. S.A. Levin. Academic Press, San Diego, Vol. 1, pp. 171-184.

Worland, M.R. & Convey, P. Rapid cold hardening in Antarctic microarthropods. Funct. Ecol. 15, 515-525.

Convey, P. Terrestrial ecosystem response to climate changes in the Antarctic. In: “Fingerprints” of climate change - adapted behaviour and shifting species ranges, G.-R. Walther, C.A. Burga & P.J. Edwards (eds.), Kluwer, New York, pp 17-42.

Block, W. & Convey, P. Seasonal and long-term variation in body water content of an Antarctic springtail - a response to climate change? Polar Biol. 24, 764-770.

Rozema, J., Noordijk, A.S.J., Broekman, R.A., van Beem, A., Meijkamp, B.M., de Bakker, N.V., van de Staaij, J.W.M., Stroetenga, M., Bohncke, S.J.P., Konert, M., Kars, S., Peat, H.J., Smith, R.I.L. & Convey, P. (Poly)phenolic compounds in pollen and spores of Antarctic plants as indicators of solar UV-B: a new proxy for the reconstruction of past solar UV-B? Plant Ecol. 154, 9-25.

2000

Convey, P. How does cold constrain life cycles of terrestrial plants and animals? Cryo-Lett. 21, 73-82.

Convey, P., Greenslade, P. & Pugh, P.J.A. Terrestrial fauna of the South Sandwich Islands. J. Nat. Hist. 34, 597-609.

Downie, R.H., Convey, P., McInnes, S.J. & Pugh, P.J.A. The non-marine invertebrate fauna of Deception Island (Maritime Antarctic): a baseline for a comprehensive biodiversity database. Polar Record 36 (199), 297-304.

Hayward, S.A.L., Worland, M.R., Bale, J.S. & Convey, P. Temperature and the hygropreference of the Arctic collembolan Onychiurus arcticus and mite Lauroppia translamellata. Physiol. Entomol. 25, 266-272.

Convey, P., Smith, R.I.L., Peat, H.J. & Pugh, P.J.A. The terrestrial biota of Charcot Island, eastern Bellingshausen Sea, Antarctica an example of extreme isolation. Antarct. Sci. 12, 406-413.

Worland, M.R., Convey, P. & Lukešová, A. Rapid cold hardening: a gut feeling. Cryo-Lett. 21, 315-324.

Pugh, P.J.A. & Convey, P. Scotia Arc Acari: antiquity and origin. Zool. J. Linn. Soc. 130, 309-328.

Convey, P. & Worland, M.R. Refining the risk of freezing mortality for Antarctic terrestrial microarthropods. Cryo-Lett. 21, 333-338.

Convey, P. & Worland, M.R. Survival of freezing by free-living Antarctic soil nematodes. Cryo-Lett. 21, 327-332

Convey, P. Environmental change and Antarctic terrestrial life histories: fact and prediction. In: Antarctic ecosystems: models for wider ecological understanding (ed. W. Davison, C. Howard-Williams, P. Broady), pp. 243-251. New Zealand Natural Sciences, Christchurch.

Convey, P., Smith, R.I.L., Hodgson, D.A & Peat, H.J. The flora of the South Sandwich Islands, with particular reference to the influence of geothermal heating. J. Biogeog. 27, 1279-1295.

1999

Convey, P., Morton, A. & Poncet, J. Survey of marine birds and mammals of the South Sandwich Islands. Polar Record 35 (193), 107-124.

Marshall, D.J. & Convey, P. Compact aggregation and life history strategy in a continental Antarctic mite. In: Evolution and Ecology of Acari (J. Bruin, L.P.S. van der Geest and M.W. Sabelis, editors), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp. 557-567.

Convey, P., Greenslade, P., Arnold, R.J. & Block, W. Collembola of sub-Antarctic South Georgia. Polar Biol. 22, 1-6.

1998

Arnold, R.J. & Convey, P. The life history of the world’s most southerly diving beetle, Lancetes angusticollis (Curtis) (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae), on sub-Antarctic South Georgia. Polar Biol. 20, 153-160.

Convey, P. Latitudinal variation in allocation to reproduction by the Antarctic oribatid mite, Alaskozetes antarcticus. Appl. Soil Ecol. 9, 93-99.

1997

Convey, P. Comparative studies of Antarctic arthropod and bryophyte life cycles: do they have a common strategy? In: Antarctic communities: species, structure and survival, Chapter 45, (eds. B. Battaglia, J. Valencia & D.W.H. Walton). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 321-327.

Convey, P. & Smith, R.I.L. The terrestrial arthropod fauna and its habitats in northern Marguerite Bay and Alexander Island, maritime Antarctic. Antarct. Sci. 9, 12-26.

Dózsa-Farkas, K. & Convey, P. Christensenia, a new enchytraeid genus from Antarctica. Polar Biol. 17, 482-486. [nb this paper subsequently modified - see Erratum, Polar Biol. 20, 292 (1998)]

Marshall, W.A. & Convey, P. Dispersal of moss propagules in the maritime Antarctic. Polar Biol. 18, 376-383.

Convey, P. & Quintana, R.D. The terrestrial arthropod fauna of Cierva Point SSSI, Danco Coast, northern Antarctic Peninsula. Eur. J. Soil Biol. 33, 19-29.

Convey, P. Environmental change: possible consequences for the life histories of Antarctic terrestrial biota. Korean J. Polar Res. 8, 127-144.

Convey, P. How are the life history strategies of Antarctic terrestrial invertebrates influenced by extreme environmental conditions? J. Thermal Biol. 22, 429-440.

1996

Convey, P. The influence of environmental characteristics on the life history attributes of Antarctic terrestrial biota. Biol. Rev. 71, 191-225.

Convey, P., Greenslade, P., Richard, K.J. & Block, W. The terrestrial arthropod fauna of the Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands - Collembola. Polar Biol. 16, 257-259.

Convey, P. & Block, W. Antarctic dipterans: ecology, physiology and distribution. Eur. J. Entomol. 93, 1-13.

Convey, P. Overwintering strategies of terrestrial invertebrates from Antarctica - the significance of flexibility in extremely seasonal environments. Eur. J. Entomol. 93, 489-505.

Convey, P. Reproduction of Antarctic flowering plants. Antarct. Sci. 8, 127-134.

1995

Block, W. & Convey, P. The biology, life cycle and ecophysiology of the Antarctic mite Alaskozetes antarcticus (Michael). J. Zool. 236, 431-449.

1994

Convey, P. The influence of temperature on individual growth rates of the Antarctic mite Alaskozetes antarcticus. Acta Oecologica 15, 43-53.

Convey, P. Photosynthesis and dark respiration in Antarctic mosses an initial comparative study. Polar Biol. 14, 65-70.

Convey, P. The use of field enclosures to measure growth and mortality rates in an Antarctic collembolan. Acta Zool. Fenn. 195, 18-22.

Convey, P. Growth and survival strategy of the Antarctic mite Alaskozetes antarcticus. Ecography 17, 97-107.

Richard, K.J., Convey, P. & Block, W. The terrestrial arthropod fauna of the Byers Peninsula, South Shetland Islands. Polar Biol. 14, 371-379.

Convey, P. Sex ratio, oviposition and early development of the Antarctic oribatid mite Alaskozetes antarcticus (Acari: Cryptostigmata) with observations on other oribatids. Pedobiologia 38, 161-168.

Convey, P. Modelling reproductive effort in sub- and maritime Antarctic mosses. Oecologia 100, 45-53.

1993

Convey, P. & Smith, R.I.L. Investment in sexual reproduction by Antarctic mosses. Oikos 68, 293-302.

1992

Convey, P. Predation risks associated with mating and oviposition for female Crocothemis erythraea Brullé (Odonata: Libellulidae). Odonatologica 21, 343 350.

Convey, P. Aspects of the biology of the midge, Eretmoptera murphyi Schaeffer, introduced to Signy Island, maritime Antarctic. Polar Biol. 12, 653 657.

Convey, P. Seasonal lipid contents of Antarctic micro arthropods. Exp. Appl. Acarol. 15, 219 231.

1990

Convey, P. Butterflies of the Paria Peninsula, NE Venezuela. Br. J. Entomol. Nat. Hist. 3, 167 171.

1989

Convey, P. Post copulatory guarding strategies in the non territorial dragonfly Sympetrum sanguineum (Müller) (Odonata: Libellulidae). Anim. Behav. 37, 56 63.

Convey, P. Influences on the choice between territorial and satellite behaviour in male Libellula quadrimaculata Linn. (Odonata: Libellulidae). Behaviour 109, 125 141.

Convey, P. Odonata from the Paria Peninsula, in the eastern coastal cordillera of Venezuela. Notul. Odonatol. 3, 55 59.

1988

Convey, P. Influences on mating behaviour and reproductive success in the Odonata. PhD Thesis, University of Cambridge.

Convey, P. Competition for perches between larval damselflies: the influence of perch use on feeding efficiency, growth rate and predator avoidance. Freshwater Biol. 19, 15 28.

1982

Convey, P. Successful rearing of the Dotted Rustic: Rhyacia simulans (Hufnagel) (Lep.:Noctuidae). Ent. Rec. J. Var. 94, 207 208.