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  1. The assessment of frost hardiness in woody plants. (1996)
Deans J D, Sheppard L.J. et al
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  2. Assimilation and stomatal conductance responses of Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis (Bong.) Carr.) to elevated CO2 fumigation. In: Carbon sequestration in vegetation and soils, edited by M.G.R. Cannell. (1997)
Murray M B, Smith R I et al
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  3. Autumn frost damage on young Picea sitchensis. 2. Shoot frost hardening, and the probability of frost damage in Scotland. (1985)
Cannell M G R, Sheppard L.J. et al
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  4. Carbon sequestration by vegetation in the UK (second report). (1993)
Milne R, Cannell M G R et al
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  5. Carbon sequestration by vegetation in the UK. (1992)
Milne R, Dewar R C et al
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  6. Carbon sequestration by vegetation in the UK. Final report. (1994)
Milne R, Cannell M G R et al
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  7. Carbon sequestration in vegetation and soils. (1995)
Cannell M G R, Milne R et al
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  8. Carbon stocks and sinks in forestry for the United Kingdom greenhouse gas inventory (2000)
Milne R, Hargreaves K J et al
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  9. The CEH O3GRASSLAND Project: flux measurements at the field scale (2003)
Coyle M, Fowler D. et al
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  10. The CEH O3GRASSLAND Project: modelling ozone fluxes and damage (2003)
Van Oijen M A, Coyle M et al
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  11. Compression wood in conifers - the characterisation of its formation and its relevance to timber quality. 2nd Interim report: 1st June 2002 - 30th November 2002 (2002)
Gardiner B A, Macdonald E J et al
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  12. Compression wood in conifers - the characterisation of its formation and its relevance to timber quality. 3rd Progress report (2004)
Gardiner B A, Macdonald E J et al
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  13. Compression wood in conifers - the characterisation of its formation and its relevance to timber quality. Final report (2004)
Gardiner B A, Macdonald E J et al
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  14. Compression wood in conifers - the characterisation of its formation and its relevance to timber quality. Interim report: 1st June 2001 - 30th November 2001 (2001)
Gardiner B A, Macdonald E J et al
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  15. Compression wood in conifers - the characterisation of its formation and its relevance to timber quality. Progress report: 1st June 2002 - 31st May 2002 (2002)
Gardiner B A, Macdonald E J et al
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  16. Compression wood in conifers - the characterisation of its formation and its relevance to timber quality. Progress report: 1st June 2002 - 31st May 2003 (2003)
Gardiner B A, Macdonald E J et al
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  17. Date of budburst of fifteen tree species in Britain following climatic warming. (1989)
Murray M B, Cannell M G R et al
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  18. Diameters and dry weights of tree shoots: effects of Young's modulus, taper, deflection and angle. (1988)
Cannell M G R, Morgan J et al
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  19. Do elevated CO2 concentrations and nutrients interact? (1998)
Linder S, Murray M B
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  20. Effect of elevated [CO2] and varying nutrient application rates on physiology and biomass accumulation of Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis) (2000)
Murray M B, Smith R I et al
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  21. The effect of long term CO2 enrichment on the growth, biomass partitioning and mineral nutrition of Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis (Bong) Carr). (1996)
Murray M B, Leith I D et al
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  22. Effects of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide and nutrients on the growth, phenology and physiology of Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis (Bong.) Carr.). (1997)
Murray M B
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Reserve a copy 23. Effects of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide and nutrients on the growth, phenology and physiology of Sitka spruce [Picea sitchensis (Bong.) Carr.]
Murray, M B (Maureen)
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  24. Effects of elevated CO2 on Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis (Bong.) Carr). (1994)
Murray M B, Friend A D et al
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  25. Effects of elevated CO2 on Sitka spruce seedlings. [poster]. (1993)
Lee H S J, Murray M B et al
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  26. Effects of elevated CO2 on the growth, phenology, and physiology of Pice a sitchensis. In: Carbon sequestration by vegetation in the UK (second report). (1993)
Friend A D, Murray M B et al
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  27. Effects of elevated CO2 on the growth, phenology, and physiology of Picea sitchensis. (1992)
Friend A D, Murray M B et al
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  28. The effects of simulated acid mist on the frost hardiness of red spruce seedlings. [abstract]. (1990)
Sheppard L.J., Cape J N et al
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  29. Elevated [CO2] effects on stomatal conductance of Fagus sylvatica and its subsequent impact on forest yield class. (2000)
Murray M B, Mobbs D C et al
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  30. Emissions to and removals from the atmosphere as a result of deforestation and afforestation in developing countries. (2000)
Milne R, Murray M B et al
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  31. Frost avoidance by selection for late budburst in Picea sitchensis. (1985)
Cannell M G R, Murray M B et al
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  32. Frost hardiness and visible injury of spruce seedlings subjected to simulated acid mist. (1989)
Leith I D, Cape J N et al
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  33. Frost hardiness in red alder (Alnus rubra) provenances in Britain. (1987)
Cannell M G R, Murray M B et al
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  34. Frost hardiness of Nothofagus procera and Nothofagus obliqua in Britain. (1986)
Murray M B, Cannell M G R et al
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  35. Frost hardiness of red spruce in relation to forest decline. Final report. (1990)
Cannell M G R, Fowler D. et al
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  36. Genetic improvement of tea. Interim report. (1988)
Cannell M G R, Harvey F J et al
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  37. Genetic improvement of tea. Interim report. (1989)
Cannell M G R, Harvey F J et al
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  38. Growth and nutrition of Sitka spruce and beech seedlings grown at three relative nutrient addition rates under ambient and elevated CO2 concentrations. (1995)
Murray M B, Leith I D et al
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  39. The impact of constituent ions of acid mist on assimilation and stomatal conductance of Norway spruce prior and post mid-winter freezing. (1992)
Eamus D, Murray M B
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  40. Impacts of climate change on cold hardiness of conifers (2000)
Hanninen H E, Beuker E et al
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  41. Impacts of NH4+ and NH3 on Calluna vulgaris water loss and photosynthesis (2003)
Carfrae J A, Sheppard L.J. et al
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  42. The influence of desiccation, rough handling and cold storage on the quality and establishment of Sitka spruce planting stock. (1990)
Deans J D, Lundberg C et al
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  43. An investigation of the impact of elevated CO2 on the responses of European forests. In: Annual report for Project EPOC-13. (1993)
Friend A D, Murray M B et al
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  44. Lignification in beech (Fagus sylvatica) grown at elevated CO2 concentrations: interaction with nutrient availability and leaf maturation (2002)
Blaschke L, Forstreuter M et al
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  45. The likely impacts of rising CO2 and temperature on European forests. 6-month ECOCRAFT report. (1995)
Friend A D, Murray M B et al
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  46. Part II: Interaction of elevated [CO2], nutrients and temperature regime on growth and physiology of a broadleaved and a coniferous temperate tree species. (1998)
Murray M B, Harvey F J et al
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  47. Part1: Influence of nutrients, elevated CO2 and temperature on growth and gas exchange of beech seedlings. (1998)
Dick J McP, Harvey F J et al
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  48. Photosynthetic and stomatal conductance responses of Norway spruce and beech to ozone, acid mist and frost - a conceptual model. (1991)
Eamus D, Murray M B
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  49. Pollution studies using open-top chambers 1989-1990. Interim report. (1991)
Cape J N, Leith I D et al
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Cape, J N (Neil) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  50. Pollution studies using open-top chambers. Interim report. (1991)
Fowler D., Cape J N et al
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  51. Potential mechanisms of acid mist injury to red spruce. (1995)
Leith I D, Sheppard L.J. et al
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  52. Predicted impacts of rising carbon dioxide and temperature on forests in Europe at stand scale (ECOCRAFT). Interim report. (1997)
Dick J McP, Murray M B et al
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  53. Predicted impacts of rising carbon dioxide and temperature on forests in Europe at stand scale. ECOCRAFT - partner 4. Annual report (1999)
Murray M B, Harvey F J et al
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  54. Probability of frost damage on Sitka spruce. (1985)
Cannell M G R, Sheppard L.J. et al
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  55. The response of Norway spruce seedlings to simulated acid mist. (1998)
Sheppard L.J., Leith I D et al
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  56. Responses of antioxidative enzymes to elevated CO2 in leaves of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) seedlings grown under a range of nutrient regimes. (1997)
Polle A, Eiblmeier M et al
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  57. Root system fibrosity of Sitka spruce transplants: relationship with root growth potential. (1990)
Deans J D, Lundberg C et al
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  58. Sitka spruce and Douglas fir seedlings in the nursery and in cold storage: root growth potential, carbohydrate content, dormancy, frost hardiness and mitotic index. (1990)
Cannell M G R, Tabbush P M et al
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  59. UK emissions by sources and removals by sinks due to land use, land use change and forestry activities (2003)
Milne R, Tomlinson R W et al
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  60. Will tree foliage be larger and live longer? (1998)
Murray M B, Ceulemans R
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