Nash’s Field Bibliography

Heyburn, J., McKenzie, P., Crawley, M.J., & Fornara, D.A. (2017) Effects of grassland management on plant C:N:P stoichiometry: implications for soil element cycling and storage. Ecosphere 8(10) e01963.

Macdonald, C.A., Crawley, M.J., Wright, D.J., Kuczynski, J., Robinson, L., Knight, R., Al-Soud, W.A., Sørensen, S.J., Deng, Y., Zhou, J., & Singh, B. (2015) Identifying qualitative effects of different grazing types on below-ground communities and function in a long-term field experiment. Environmental Microbiology 17(3): 841–854.

Cenini, V.L., Fornara, D.A., McMullan, G., Ternan, N., Lajtha, K., & Crawley, M.J. (2015) Chronic nitrogen fertilization and carbon sequestration in grassland soils: evidence of a microbial enzyme linkBiogeochemistry 126(3): 301-313.

Fornara, D.A., Banin, L., & Crawley, M.J.  (2013) Multi-nutrient vs. nitrogen-only effects on carbon sequestration in grassland soilsGlobal Change Biology 19(12): 3848–3857.

Allan, E., & Crawley, M.J. (2011) Contrasting effects of insect and molluscan herbivores on plant diversity in a long-term field experimentEcology Letters 14(12): 1246–1253.

Crawley, M.J. (2005) Silwood Park and its history. In: Crawley, M.J., ed. The Flora of Berkshire. Harpenden, Hertfordshire, UK: Brambleby Books, 215–253.

Del-Val, E., & Crawley, M.J. (2005) What limits herb biomass in grasslands: competition or herbivory? Oecologia 142(2): 202–211.

Rees, M., Condit, R., Crawley, M., Pacala, S. & Tilman D (2001) Long-term studies of vegetation dynamics. Science 293(5530): 650–655.

Edwards, G.R., Bourdôt, G.W. & Crawley, M.J. (2000) Influence of herbivory, competition and soil fertility on the abundance of Cirsium arvense in acid grasslandJournal of Applied Ecology 37(2): 321–334.

Edwards, G.R. & Crawley, M.J. (1999) Herbivores, seed banks and seedling recruitment in mesic grasslandJournal of Ecology 87(3): 423–435.

Edwards, G.R., Crawley, M.J. & Heard, M.S. (1999) Factors influencing molehill distribution in grassland: Implications for controlling the damage caused by molehillsJournal of Applied Ecology 36(3): 434–442.