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Article

Gozlan, R. E., 2008. Correspondence: When Human Understanding of Fish Invasion is Blurred. PLoS Biology, 6 (2), p. 28.

Cantarello, E. and Newton, A., 2008. Identifying cost-effective indicators to assess the conservation status of forested habitats in Natura 2000 sites. Forest Ecology and Management, 256, pp. 815-826.

Book Section

Baker, R.H.A., Black, R., Copp, G.H., Haysom, K.A., Hulme, P.E., Thomas, M.B., Brown, A., Brown, M., Cannon, R.J.C., Ellis, J., Ellis, M., Ferris, R., Glaves, P., Gozlan, R. E., Holt, J., Howe, L., Knight, J.D., MacLeod, A., Moore, N.P., Mumford, J. D., Murphy, S.T., Parrott, D., Sansford, C.E., Smith, G.C., St-Hilaire, S. and Ward, N.L., 2008. The UK risk assessment scheme for all non-native species. In: Biological Invasions – from Ecology to Conservation. Berlin: NEOBIOTA, pp. 46-57.

Monograph

Davy-Bowker, J., Clarke, R. T., Corbin, T.A., Vincent, H.M., Pretty, J., Hawczak, A., Murphy, J.F. and Jones, I., 2008. River Invertebrate Classification Tool. Technical Report. Edinburgh, Scotland: SNIFFER.

Conference or Workshop Item

Green, I. D., Shepherd, R., Tibbett, M., Diaz, A. and Smith, M. T.E., 2008. Heathland restoration by soil acidification – determining phytoavailable aluminium levels. In: British Ecological Society Annual Meeting, 3 - 5 September 2008, Imperial College London, UK. (Unpublished)

Moody, C. and Green, I. D., 2008. Trace metal transfer through a novel food chain: Cd and Cu transfer from insect to carnivorous plant. In: British Ecological Society Annual Meeting, 3 - 5 September 2008, Imperial College London, UK. (Unpublished)

Thesis

Brouwers, N., 2008. Analysis of the ecological principles underpinning forest landscape restoration: a case study of wood cricket (Nemobius sylvestris) on the Isle of Wight (UK). PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.

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