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  1. Advantages and disadvantages of the bracken habitat. (1991)
Pakeman R J, Marrs R H
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  2. An assessment of aerially applied asulam as a method of long-term bracken control. (1998)
Pakeman R J, LeDuc M G et al
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  3. Bracken control and heathland restoration in Breckland. (1995)
Marrs R H, Pakeman R J et al
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  4. Bracken control and vegetation restoration: a literature review. Interim report. (1993)
Pakeman R J, Marrs R H et al
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  5. Bracken control and vegetation restoration: literature review. Final report. (1994)
Pakeman R J, Marrs R H et al
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  6. Bracken distribution and management. Final report. (1993)
Pakeman R J, Marrs R H et al
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  7. Bracken invasion - lessons from the past and prospects for the future. (1995)
Marrs R H, Pakeman R J
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  8. Bracken invasion in Scotland (1997)
Marrs R H, Pakeman R J
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  9. The bracken problem in Great Britain: its present extent and future changes. (1996)
Pakeman R J, Marrs R H et al
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  10. Bracken spread in Great Britain and the fate of sites after control. (1995)
Pakeman R J
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  11. Bracken. (Infamous plants). (1993)
Pakeman R J, Marrs R H
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  12. Bracken. (1993)
Marrs R H, Pakeman R J
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  13. A comparison of regeneration dynamics following gap creation at two geographically contrasting heathland sites (2000)
Britton A J, Carey P D et al
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  14. Comparison of techniques to increase Calluna vulgaris cover on heathland invaded by grasses in Breckland, south east England. (2000)
Britton A J, Marrs R H et al
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  15. The conservation value of bracken Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn-dominated communities in the UK, and an assessment of the ecological impact of bracken expansion or its removal. (1992)
Pakeman R J, Marrs R H
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  16. Control of bracken and the restoration of heathland. V. Effects of bracken control treatments on the rhizome and its relationship with frond performance. (1993)
Marrs R H, Pakeman R J et al
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  17. The control of bracken with asulam - environmental implications and alternatives. (1994)
Pakeman R J
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  18. A decision support system for habitat restoration. First report. (1996)
Pywell R.F., Cox R et al
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  19. The Department of the Environment Core Model project: the impacts of climate change on natural and semi-natural ecosystems. 2nd interim report. (1992)
Bull K R, Brown N J et al
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  20. Describing vegetation succession after bracken control: Evaluation of the REBRA model (2000)
Paterson S, Pakeman R J et al
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  21. Development and validation of a biomonitoring expert system. First interim report. (1996)
Hankard P K, Osborn D et al
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  22. Development of a moorland scenario model (2003)
Palmer S C F, Hester A J et al
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  23. Development of a Spatial Decision Support System for the Biological Influences on Inter-Tidal Areas (BIOTA) project within the Land Ocean Interaction Study. (1997)
Brown N J, Cox R et al
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  24. Do assembly rules for bird communities operate in small, fragmented woodlands in an agricultural landscape? (2000)
Pakeman R J, Hinsley S A et al
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  25. The ecology of bracken: its role in succession and implications for control (2000)
Marrs R H, Le Duc M G et al
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  26. The ecology of the strandline annuals Cakile maritima and Salsola kali. I. Environmental factors affecting plant performance. (1991)
Pakeman R J, Lee J.A.
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  27. The ecology of the strandline annuals Cakile maritima and Salsola kali. II. The role of nitrogen in controlling plant performance. (1991)
Pakeman R J, Lee J.A.
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Reserve a copy 28. Effect of environmental change on European salt marshes: structure, functioning and exchange potentialities with marine coastal waters. Vol. 5: Results of the Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, England. (1996)
Boorman, L A (Laurence); Pakeman, R J (Robin); Garbutt, R A (Angus); Barratt, D
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  29. The effects of climate change on bracken and its control. (1992)
Pakeman R J, Marrs R H
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  30. The effects of control on the biomass, carbohydrate content and bud reserves of bracken (Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn), and an evaluation of a bracken growth model. (1994)
Pakeman R J, Marrs R H
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  31. Effects of environmental change on European salt marshes: results from the UK sites at Old Hall Marshes, Essex and Stiffkey Marshes, Norfolk. Final Report. (1995)
Boorman L A, Pakeman R J et al
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  32. The effects of environmental change on European salt marshes: results of vegetation, water and sediment studies from the UK sites. Progress report. (1993)
Boorman L A, Pakeman R J et al
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  33. Effects of grazing management on upland bird populations: disentangling habitat structure and arthropod food supply at appropriate spatial scales (GRUB). Final report (2005)
Dennis P, Elston D et al
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  34. An environmental balance sheet for bracken and its control. (1991)
Pakeman R J, Marrs R H et al
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  35. Experimental habitat restoration of arable land. (1995)
Manchester S J, Mountford J.O. et al
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  36. An expert system for assessing special conservation interest: feasibility phase. Final report. (1997)
Pakeman R J, Eversham B.C. et al
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  37. Grazing of lowland heath in England: management methods and their effects on heathland vegetation. (1997)
Bullock J M, Pakeman R J
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  38. Habitat recreation study: the Stiperstones. (1997)
Pywell R.F., Pakeman R J et al
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  39. Habitat, climate envelope and process models. In: The Department of the Environment Core Model project: the impacts of climate change on natural and semi-natural ecosystems, 36-49 + 12 figs. 2nd interim report. (1992)
Bull K R, Brown N J et al
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  40. Heathland and grassland management for conservation. (1995)
Pakeman R J
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  41. Heathland seedbanks under bracken Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn and their importance for re-vegetation after bracken control. (1996)
Pakeman R J, Hay E
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  42. Impacts of climate, management and nitrogen deposition on the dynamics of lowland heathland (2001)
Britton A J, Pakeman R J et al
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  43. Influence of soil-type, drought and nitrogen addition on interactions between Calluna vulgaris and Deschampsia flexuosa: implications for heathland regeneration (2003)
Britton A, Marrs R H et al
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  44. Influences of habitat fragmentation on bird species distributions and regional population sizes. (1996)
Hinsley S A, Pakeman R J et al
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  45. Initial attempts to assess the importance of the distribution of saltmarsh communities on the sediment budget of the North Norfolk coast. (1997)
Brown N J, Cox R et al
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  46. Initial attempts to assess the importance of the distribution of saltmarsh communities on the sediment budget of the North Norfolk coast. (2003)
Brown N J, Cox R et al
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  47. Integrated bracken control and vegetation restoration. Final report. (1996)
Le Duc M G, Pakeman R J et al
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Le Duc, M G (Michael) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  48. Integrated bracken control and vegetation restoration. Interim report. (1994)
Le Duc M G, Pakeman R J et al
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  49. Introducing spatial grazing impacts into the prediction of moorland vegetation dynamics (2004)
Palmer S C F, Gordon I J et al
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  50. Long-term recovery of bracken (Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn) after asulam spraying. (1993)
Pakeman R J, Marrs R H
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  51. Management techniques to promote Calluna vulgaris cover on heathland invaded by grasses (2000)
Britton A, Marrs R H et al
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  52. A model of bracken (Pteridium aquilinum) growth and the effects of control strategies and changing climate. (1994)
Pakeman R J, Marrs R H et al
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  53. A model of bracken growth and its use in vegetation management. (1994)
Pakeman R J
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  54. Modelling species changes during ecological succession. (1993)
Hill M.O., Pakeman R J
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  55. Modelling the effect of climate on bracken growth and spread. In: The Department of the Environment Core Model project: the impacts of climate change on natural and semi-natural ecosystems, 46-49. 2nd interim report. (1992)
Pakeman R J, Department of the Environment
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  56. Modelling the effects of climate change on the growth of bracken (Pteridium aquilinum) in Britain. (1996)
Pakeman R J, Marrs R H
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  57. Modelling the responses of bracken stands to cutting, herbicide spray and climate change. (1992)
Pakeman R J, Marrs R H
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  58. Modelling vegetation succession after bracken control. (1995)
Pakeman R J, Hill M.O. et al
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  59. Moorland vegetation succession after the control of bracken with asulam. (1997)
Pakeman R J, Le Duc M G et al
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  60. Opportunities for habitat reconstruction on farmland in lowland Britain. (1994)
Pywell R.F., Pakeman R J et al
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  61. Plants as biomonitors of atmospheric pollution. (1997)
Pakeman R J, Hankard P K et al
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  62. Plants as biomonitors of atmospheric pollution: a review of their potential use in integrated pollution control (1999)
Pakeman R J, Osborn D et al
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  63. Plants as biomonitors of atmospheric pollution: a review of their potential use in integrated pollution control. (1998)
Pakeman R J, Hankard P K et al
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  64. Plants as biomonitors of atmospheric pollution: their potential for use in pollution regulation. (1998)
Pakeman R J, Hankard P K et al
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  65. Potential climatic control of seedbank density. (1999)
Pakeman R J, Cummins R P et al
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  66. Potential effects of climate change on bracken and its control. (1993)
Pakeman R J, Marrs R H
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  67. The potential for lowland heath regeneration following plantation removal (2002)
Pywell R.F., Pakeman R J et al
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  68. Predicting the effects of climate and land-use change on the spread of bracken. (1995)
Pakeman R J, Marrs R H et al
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  69. Recreating lowland heath on ex-arable land in the Breckland Environmentally Sensitive Area. (1996)
Chambers B J, Cross R B et al
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  70. Review of calcareous grassland and heathland management. Final report. (1995)
Pywell R.F., Bullock J M et al
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  71. Salt marsh functioning. (1994)
Boorman L A, Pakeman R J et al
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  72. Salt marsh processes in four European countries. (1994)
Boorman L A, Pakeman R J et al
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  73. Sediment fluxes in intertidal biotopes: BIOTA II. (1999)
Brown S L, Warman E A et al
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  74. The seedbanks of the Breckland heaths and heath grasslands, eastern England, and their relationship to the vegetation and the effects of management. (1997)
Pakeman R J, Marshall A G
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  75. Sources of plants colonizing experimentally disturbed patches in an acidic grassland, in eastern England. (1998)
Pakeman R J, Attwood J P et al
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  76. A spatial simulation model of vegetation change on British heathlands (1998)
Britton A J, Marrs R H et al
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  77. A spatial simulation model of vegetation change on British heathlands (2000)
Britton A J, Marrs R H et al
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  78. Species spread and persistence: implications for experimental design and habitat re-creation (2002)
Pakeman R J, Pywell R.F. et al
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  79. Vegetation development on moorland after control of Pteridium aquilinum with asulam. (1992)
Pakeman R J, Marrs R H
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