Items where Department is "Forestry and Conservation" and Year is 2021

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Bendell, Jem and Carr, Katie (2021) Group facilitation on societal disruption and collapse: insights from Deep Adaptation. Sustainability, 13 (11). e6280.

Bendell, Jem and Read, Rupert (2021) Deep Adaptation: navigating the realities of climate chaos. Wiley, London.

Briggs, Alexander J. A., Robstad, Christian A. and Rosell, Frank (2021) Using radio‐frequency identification technology to monitor Eurasian Beavers. Wildlife Society Bulletin .

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Carr, Andrew, Weatherall, Andrew, Fialas, Penelope, Zeale, Matt R. K., Clare, Elizabeth L. and Jones, Gareth (2021) Moths consumed by the Barbastelle Barbastella barbastellus require larval host plants that occur within the bat's foraging habitats. Acta Chiropterologica, 22 (2).

Carver, S. and Convery, Ian (2021) Rewilding: time to get down off the fence. British Wildlife, 32 (4).

Carver, Steve, Convery, Ian, Hawkins, Sally, Beyers, Rene, Eagle, Adam, Kun, Zoltan, Van Maanen, Erwin, Cao, Yue, Fisher, Mark, Edwards, Stephen R., Nelson, Cara, Gann, George D., Shurter, Steve, Aguilar, Karina, Andrade, Angela, Ripple, Bill, Davis, John, Sinclair, Anthony, Bekoff, Marc, Noss, Reed, Foreman, Dave, Pettersson, Hanna, Root‐Bernstein, Meredith, Svenning, Jens‐Christian, Taylor, Peter, Wynne‐Jones, Sophie, Featherstone, Alan Watson, Fløjgaard, Camilla, Stanley‐Price, Mark, Navarro, Laetitia M., Aykroyd, Toby, Parfitt, Alison and Soulé, Michael (2021) Guiding principles for rewilding. Conservation Biology .

Chirol, Clementine, Carr, Simon, Spencer, Kate L. and Moeller, Iris (2021) Pore, live root and necromass quantification in complex heterogeneous wetland soils using X-ray computed tomography. Geoderma, 387 . p. 114898.

Chirol, Clementine, Spencer, Kate L., Carr, Simon, Möller, Iris, Evans, Ben, Lynch, Jason, Brooks, Helen and Royse, Katherine R. (2021) Effect of vegetation cover and sediment type on 3D subsurface structure and shear strength in saltmarshes. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms .

Convery, Ian (2021) IUCN Rewilding Principles. In: International Meeting on Rewilding and Ecological Restoration, 9th January 2021, . Tsinghau University, Sub-committee of Landscape Architecture Teaching Guidance, the Architecture Teaching Guidance Committee of the Ministry of Education, China.. (Unpublished)

Convery, Ian and Carver, S. (2021) Knowledge dialogue rewilding: A contribution to tackling the triple crisis of biodiversity loss, climate change, and pandemic disease. In: Virtual Event on Earth Day, 22nd April 2021, UN New York. (Unpublished)

Convery, Ian and Carver, S. (2021) Restoration and rewilding: A bold, optimistic vision for conservation. In: Big Issues in Biodiversity Science Seminar Series, 21st April 2021, Western Australia Biodiversity Science Institute. (Unpublished)

Coomes, David, Bowditch, Euan, Burton, Vanessa, Chamberlain, Bethany, Donald, Flora, Egedusevic, Martina, Fuentes-Montemayor, Elisa, Hall, Jeanette, Jones, Alan G., Lines, Emily, Waring, Bonnie, Warner, Emily and Weatherall, Andrew (2021) Nature-based solutions for climate change in the UK: a report by the British Ecological Society. British Ecological Society, London.

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Deecke, Volker and Ford, J.K.B. (2021) Killer whales – a case study into the ecological and social influences on acoustic communication [In review]. In: Janik, V.M. and Sayigh, L., (eds.) Acoustic Communication in Cetaceans. Springer. (Submitted to Publisher)

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FINDLAY-ROBINSON, RACHEL (2021) Blame it on the weatherman? Investigating effects of weather on dormouse lifecycles. In: Essex and Suffolk Dormouse Group AGM, 9th February 2021, Online. (Unpublished)

FINDLAY-ROBINSON, RACHEL (2021) If you go down to the woods today…. People’s Trust for Endangered Species’ Dormouse Tales newsletter .

Ford, C., Hart, C., Hallam, S. and Convery, Ian (2021) Enhancing the value of rural towns through ecosystem interventions: A report for the Local Enterprise Partnerships of Lancashire and Cumbria, to inform ecosystem approaches to place-based policy(Phase II of III).

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Hawkins, Sally (2021) Reintroducing lynx to the UK [In press]. Le Courrier de la Nature . (Submitted to Publisher)

Hawkins, Sally (2021) A history of rewilding from the Wildlands Network to the Lifescape Project. In: Lifescape Project Thoughtscape Series, April 2021, Online. (Unpublished)

Hawkins, Sally, Convery, Ian and Smith, D. (2021) A rewilding theory of change. In: Society for Ecological Restoration conference, 21st-24th June 2021, Online. (Unpublished)

Hawkins, Sally and Gianferrera, E. (2021) Rewilding and the Natural Capital laboratory. In: Yorkshire Rewilding Network, March 2021, Online. (Unpublished)

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Iversen, S., Holt, Claire, Van derVelden, N., Mansfield, Lois and Convery, Ian (2021) Why understanding stakeholder perspectives and emotions is important in upland woodland creation – a case study from Cumbria, UK. [In review]. Landscape Planning . (Submitted to Publisher)

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Jørgensen, Kristina Sand, Melzer, Alistair, Harper, Dave and Nevin, Owen (2021) Observations on the behaviour of the northern hairy-nosed wombat (Lasiorhinus krefftii) in a translocated population. Australian Mammalogy .

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LEMMEY, TANIA (2021) Connecting with nature in 2020: who did, who didn’t, and why it matters. A review of recent evidence from the UK and insights from nature engagement practitioners in Cumbria. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.

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Mansfield, Lois (2021) Japanese Forests: Diversification in a traditional place-based system. Quarterly Journal of Forestry .

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Tennessen, J.B., Holt, M.M., Wright, B.M., Hanson, M.B., Emmons, C.K., Giles, D.A., Hogan, J.T., Thornton, S.J. and Deecke, Volker (2021) Divergent foraging strategies between populations of sympatric matrilineal killer whales are mismatched to population recovery [In review]. (Submitted to Publisher)

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Wright, B.M., Deecke, Volker, Ellis, G.M., Trites, A.W. and Ford, J.K.B. (2021) Behavioral context of echolocation and prey-handling sounds produced by killer whales (Orcinus orca) during pursuit and capture of Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.). Marine Mammal Science, 37 (4). pp. 1428-1453.

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