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  1. Litter Inputs, but Not Litter Diversity, Maintain Soil Processes in Degraded Tropical Forests—A Cross-Continental Comparison

    Kerdraon-Byrne, D., Drewer, J., Chung, A. Y. C., Majalap-Lee, N., Slade, E., Brechet, L., Wallwork, A., Castro-Trujillo, B. & Sayer, E., 14/01/2020, In : Frontiers in Forests and Global Change. 2, 14 p., 90.

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  2. Simulating long-term carbon nitrogen and phosphorus biogeochemical cycling in agricultural environments

    Janes-Bassett, V. & Davies, J., 11/01/2020, In : Science of the Total Environment.

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  3. 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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  4. Using avian functional traits to assess the impact of land-cover change on ecosystem processes linked to resilience in tropical forests

    Bregman, T. P., Lees, A. C., MacGregor, H. E. A., Darski, B., de Moura, N. G., Aleixo, A., Barlow, B. J. & Tobias, J. A., 14/12/2016, In : Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 283, 1844, 10 p., 20161289.

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  5. Simulation of greenhouse gases following land-use change to bioenergy crops using the ECOSSE model. a comparison between site measurements and model predictions

    Dondini, M., Richards, M. I. A., Pogson, M., McCalmont, J., Drewer, J., Marshall, R., Morrison, R., Yamulki, S., Harris, Z. M., Alberti, G., Siebicke, L., Taylor, G., Perks, M., Finch, J., McNamara, N., Smith, J. U. & Smith, P., 2016, In : GCB Bioenergy. 8, 5, p. 925-940 16 p.

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  6. Diversity and composition of Amazonian moths in primary, secondary and plantation forests.

    Hawes, J., da Silva Motta, C., Overal, W. L., Barlow, J., Gardner, T. A. & Peres, C. A., 05/2009, In : Journal of Tropical Ecology. 25, 3, p. 281-300 20 p.

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