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Recent Publications

  • van der Heijden, G. M., Powers, J. S. and Schnitzer, S. A. (in press) Effect of lianas on forest‐level tree carbon accumulation does not differ between seasons: Results from a liana removal experiment in Panama. Journal of Ecology.
  • Schrodt F., Bailey J.J., Santos M.J. and Field R. (in press) Challenges and opportunities for biogeography - what can we still learn from von Humboldt? Journal of Biogeography
  • Ling, F. and Foody, G. (2019) Super-resolution land cover mapping by deep learning, Remote Sensing Letters, 10, 598-606.
  • Duong T.T., Yen N.H., Quynh L.T.P., Kien N.T., Huong T.T.T., Da L.N., Kim D.D., Nguyet V.T., Panizzo V., McGowan S. (in press) Transitions in diatom assemblages and pigments through dry and wet season conditions in the Red River, Hanoi (Vietnam). Plant Ecology and Evolution.
  • Roberts, S. L., Swann, G.E., McGowan, S., Panizzo, V.N., Vologina, E. G., Sturm, M., and Mackay, A. W. (2018). Diatom evidence of 20th century ecosystem change in Lake Baikal, Siberia. PLoS ONE, 13(12).
  • Schewe, J., Gosling, S. N., Reyer, C., Zhao, F., Ciais, P., Elliott, J., et al. (2019). State-of-the-art global models underestimate impacts from climate extremes. Nature Communications, 10(1), 1005.
  • Davies, T., Isakjee, A. and Dhesi, S., (2019). Informal migrant camps. In Mitchell K., Jones R., and Fluri J. [eds] Handbook on Critical Geographies of Migration. London: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp.220-231.
  • Dugdale, S.J., Kelleher, C.A., Malcolm, I.A., Caldwell, S.H., David M. (2019) Assessing the potential of drone-based thermal infrared imagery for quantifying river temperature heterogeneity. Hydrological Processes, 33(7), 1152-1163.
  • Mariani, M., Fletcher, M.-S., Haberle, S., Chin, H., Jacobsen, G., Zawadzki, A. - Climate change reduces resilience to fire in subalpine rainforests. Global Change Biology, 25, 2030– 2042.
  • Algar, A.C., Morley, K., and Boyd, D.S. (2018). Remote sensing restores predictability of ectotherm body temperature in the world’s forests. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 27(12), 1412-1425.
  • Roberts, N., Allcock, S. L., Barnett, H., Mather, A., Eastwood, W. J., Jones, M., et al. (2019). Cause-and-effect in Mediterranean erosion: The role of humans and climate upon Holocene sediment flux into a central Anatolian lake catchment. Geomorphology, 331, 36-48.

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