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Williams, Paul H., David Gibbons, Chris Margules, Anthony Rebelo, Chris Humphries, and Robert Pressey. 1996. "A Comparison of Richness Hotspots, Rarity Hotspots, and Complementary Areas for Conserving Diversity of British Birds." Conservation Biology 10(1):155-174. [abstract]

Williams, Paul H., Ghillean T Prance, Chris J. Humphries, and K.S. Edwards. 1996. "Promise and Problems in Applying Quantitative Complementary Areas for Representing the Diversity of some Neotropical Plants (Families Dichapetalaceae, Lecythidaceae, Caryocaraceae, Chrysobalanaceae and Proteaceae)." Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 58:125-157. [abstract]

Williams, Paul H., K.J. Gaston, and Chris J. Humphries. 1997. "Mapping Biodiversity Value Worldwide: Combining Higher-taxon Richness from Different Groups." Proceedings of the Royal Society B, Biological Sciences 264(1378):141-148. [PDF]

Williams, Ray. 2014. "The cult of ignorance in the United States: Anti-intellectualism and the dumbing down of America." Psychology Today 7 June.

Williams, Stephen (ed.). 2004. Tourism: Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences (Volume 3): Tourism, Development and Sustainability. Routledge, London.

Williams, W.D. 2001. "Anthropogenic Salinisation of Inland Waters." Hydrobiologia 466:329-337. [abstract]

Williamson, John. 2000. "What Should the World Bank Think about the Washington Consensus?" World Bank Research Observer 15(2):251-264. [PDF]

Williamson, Mark H. 1996. Biological Invasions. Chapman and Hall, London.

Williamson, Mark H. and Alastair H. Fitter. 1996. "The Characters of Successful Invaders." Biological Conservation 78:163-170. [PDF]

Williamson, Mark. 1999. "Invasions." Ecography 22:5-12. [PDF]

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