Julie Lockwood’s research explores the interaction between biodiversity and climate change. She has published on the role of climate change on the number and distribution of invasive species, and how to conduct conservation planning for coastal birds in the context of sea level rise. Her most recent research considers the influence of warming temperatures and green energy installations on migratory birds.
Allen, M.C. and J.L. Lockwood. 2021. Mapping shifts in spatial synchrony in North American grassland birds to inform conservation planning. Conservation Biology 35: 1029-1038
Ricciardi, A., D.C. Aldridge, T.M. Blackburn, J.T. Carlton, J.A. Catford, J.T.A. Dick, P.E. Hulme, J.C. Iacarella, J.M. Jeschke, A.M. Liebhold, J.L. Lockwood, H.J. MacIsaac, L. Meyerson, P. Pyšek, D.M. Richardson, G.M. Ruiz, D. Simberloff, M. Vilà, And D.A. Wardle. 2021. How should invasion science adapt to the Anthropocene? Environmental Reviews https://doi.org/10.1139/er-2020-0088
Gilroy, J.J., J.A. Avery and J.L. Lockwood. 2017. Seeking international agreement on what it means to be 'native'. Conservation Letters 10: 238-247.