Thursley Common Bibliography

Field, C.D., Dise, N.B., Payne, R.J., Britton, A.J., Emmett, B.A., Helliwell, R.C., Hughes, S., Jones, L., Lees, S., Leake, J.R., Leith, I.D., Phoenix, G.K., Power, S.A., Sheppard, L.J., Southon,G.E., Stevens, C.J. & Caporn, S.J.M. (2014). The role of nitrogen deposition in widespread plant community change across semi-natural habitats. Ecosystems 17(5): 864-877.

Jones, A.G. & Power, S.A. (2014). Functional relationships with N deposition differ according to stand maturity in Calluna-dominated heathland. AMBIO 44(2): 131-141.

Southon, G.E., Field, C.D., Caporn, S.J.M, Britton, A.J. & Power, S.A. (2013). Nitrogen deposition reduces plant diversity and alters ecosystem functioning: field-scale evidence from a nationwide survey of UK heathlands. PLoS ONE 8(4): e59031.

Green, E.R., Ellis, R.J., Gadsdon, S.R.M., Milcu, A. & Power, S.A. (2013). How does N deposition affect belowground heathland recovery following wildfire? Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57: 775-783.

Caporn, S.J.M., Field, C.D., Dise, N.B., Payne, R.J., Britton, A.J., Emmett, B.A., Helliwell, R., Hughes, S., Jones, L., Lees, S., Leith, I.D., Sheppard, L.J., Phoenix, G.K., Power, S.A., Southon, G.E & Stevens, C.J. (2012). Pollution and climate influences on plant communities across UK peatlands. In: Peatlands in Balance: Book of Abstracts from the 14th International Peat Congress, Stockholm, 3-8 June 2012. Extended Abstract No. 404. [Available online here].

Southon, G.E., Green, E.R., Jones, A.G., Barker, C.G. & Power, S.A. (2012). Long-term nitrogen additions increase likelihood of climate stress and affect recovery from wildfire in a lowland heath. Global Change Biology 18(9): 2824-2837.

Phoenix, G.K., Emmett, B.A., Britton, A.J., Caporn, S.J.M., Dise, N.B., Helliwell, R., Jones, L., Leake, J.R., Leith, I.D., Sheppard, L.J., Sowerby, A., Pilkington, M.G., Rowe, E.C., Ashmore, M.R. & Power, S.A. (2011). Impacts of atmospheric nitrogen deposition: responses of multiple plant and soil parameters across contrasting ecosystems in long-term field experiments. Global Change Biology 18(4): 1197-1215.

Jones, A.G. & Power, S.A. (2011). Field-scale evaluation of effects of nitrogen deposition on the functioning of heathland ecosystems. Journal of Ecology 100(2): 331-342.

Power, S.A., Green, E.R., Barker, C.G., Bell, J.N.B. & Ashmore, M.R. (2006). Ecosystem recovery: heathland response to a reduction in nitrogen deposition. Global Change Biology 12(7): 1241-1252.

Barker, C.G., Power, S.A., Bell, J.N.B. & Orme, C.D.L. (2004). Effects of habitat management on heathland response to atmospheric nitrogen deposition. Biological Conservation 120(1): 41-52.

Terry, A.C., Ashmore, M.R., Power, S.A., Allchin, E.A. & Heil, G.W. (2004). Modelling the impacts of atmospheric nitrogen deposition on Calluna-dominated ecosystems in the UK. Journal of Applied Ecology 41(5): 897-909.

Power, S.A., Ashmore, M.R., Terry, A.C., Caporn, S.J.M., Pilkington, M.G., Wilson, D.B., Barker, C.G., Carroll, J.A., Cresswell, N., Green, E.R. & Heil, G.W. (2004). Linking field experiments to long-term simulation of impacts of nitrogen deposition on heathlands and moorlands. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution: Focus 4(6): 259-267.

Power, S.A., Barker, C.G., Allchin, E.A., Ashmore, M.R. & Bell, J.N.B. (2001). Habitat management: a tool to modify ecosystem impacts of nitrogen deposition? In: Optimising Nitrogen Management in Food and Energy Production and Environmental Protection: Proceedings of the 2nd International Nitrogen Conference on Science and Policy. TheScientificWorld 1(S2): 714-721.

Power, S.A., Ashmore, M.R. & Cousins, D.A. (1998). Impacts and fate of experimentally-enhanced nitrogen deposition on a British lowland heath. Environmental Pollution 102(1): 27-34.

Power, S.A., Ashmore, M.R., Cousins, D.A. & Sheppard, L.J. (1998). Effects of nitrogen addition on the stress sensitivity of Calluna vulgaris. New Phytologist, 138(4): 663-673.

Power, S.A., Ashmore, M.R., Cousins, D.A. & Ainsworth, N. (1995). Long-term effects of enhanced nitrogen deposition on a lowland dry heath in southern Britain. Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 85(3): 1701-1706.