Somerford Mead bibliography
Woodcock, Ben., McDonald, A. W., & Pywell, R. F., (2011) Can long-term floodplain meadow recreation replicate species composition and functional characteristics of target grasslands? Journal of Applied Ecology, 48 (5): 1070-1078.
McDonald, A.W. (2010) The effect of management on the biodiversity of a recreated flood-plain meadow in the upper Thames valley: a case study of Somerford Mead. Fritillary, 5: 79-95. www.fritillary.org.uk
Woodcock B. A . & McDonald A. W. (2010) What goes wrong? Why the restoration of beetle assemblages lags behind plants during the restoration of a species rich floodplain meadow. Fritillary, 5: 25-34. www.fritillary.org.uk
Woodcock, B. A., Lawson, C., Mann, D.J. and McDonald, A.W. (2006) Effects of grazing management on beetle and plant assemblages during the re-creation of a flood-plain meadow. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 116: 225-234.
Woodcock, B.A., Mann, D. J., Mirrieless, D., McGavin, G.C., McDonald, A.W. (2005) Re-creation of a lowland flood-plain meadow: management implications for invertebrate communities. Journal of Insect Conservation, 3: 207-218.
McDonald, A.W. (2001) Succession during the re-creation of a flood-meadow 1985 - 1999. Journal of Applied Vegetation Science, 4: 167-176.
McDonald, A. W., Bakker, J. & Vigelen, K. (1996) Seed bank classification and its importance for the restoration of species-rich flood-meadows. Journal of Vegetation Science, 7, 157-164.
McDonald, A.W. (1993) The role of seedbank and sown-seeds in the restoration of an English flood-meadow. Journal of Vegetation Science, 4: 395-400.
McDonald, A.W. (1992) Succession in a three-year-old flood-meadow near Oxford. Aspects of Applied Biology, 29: 345-351.