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  1. Soil nitrous oxide flux following land-use reversion from Miscanthus and SRC willow to perennial ryegrass

    McCalmont, J. P., Rowe, R., Elias, D., Whitaker, J., McNamara, N. P. & Donnison, I. S., 12/2018, In : GCB Bioenergy. 10, 12, p. 914-929 16 p.

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  2. Spatial and temporal shifts in functional and taxonomic diversity of dung beetles in a human-modified tropical forest landscape

    Beiroz, W., Sayer, E. J., Slade, E. M., Audino, L., Braga, R. F., Louzada, J. N. & Barlow, B. J., 12/2018, In : Ecological Indicators. 95, Part 1, p. 518-526 9 p.

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  3. 150 years of macronutrient change in unfertilized UK ecosystems: observations vs simulations

    Davies, J. A. C., Tipping, E. & Whitmore, A. P., 1/12/2016, In : Science of the Total Environment. 572, p. 1485-1495 11 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

  4. A quantitative baseline of ants and orchid bees in human-modified Amazonian landscapes in Paragominas, Pará, Brazil

    Ribeiro de Castro Solar, R., Chaul, J. C. M., Maues, M. M. & Schoereder, J. H., 25/10/2016, In : Sociobiology. 63, 3, p. 925-940 16 p.

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  5. Drivers of vegetation change in grasslands of the Sheffield region, northern England, between 1965 and 2012/13

    Stevens, C. J., Ceulemans, T., Hodgson, J. G., Jarvis, S., Grime, J. P. & Smart, S. M., 04/2016, In : Applied Vegetation Science. 19, 2, p. 187-195 9 p.

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  6. A multi-region assessment of tropical forest biodiversity in a human-modified world.

    Gardner, T. A., Barlow, J., Sodhi, N. & Peres, C. A., 10/2010, In : Biological Conservation. 143, 10, p. 2293-2300 8 p.

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  7. Litter fall and decomposition in primary, secondary and plantation forests in the Brazilian Amazon.

    Barlow, J., Jos Barlowa, b, , , , Toby A. Gardner, T. A., Ferreira, L. V. & Peres, C. A., 15/08/2007, In : Forest Ecology and Management. 247, 1-3, p. 91-97 7 p.

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  8. The value of primary, secondary and plantation forests for Amazonian birds.

    Barlow, J., Mestre, L. A. M., Gardner, T. A. & Peres, C. A., 04/2007, In : Biological Conservation. 136, 2, p. 212-231 20 p.

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