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Sample JE, Duncan N, Ferguson M, Cooksley S.  2015.  Scotland's hydropower: Current capacity, future potential and the possible impacts of climate change. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 52:111-122.
Albert A, Auffret AG, Cosyns E, Cousins SAO, D'Hondt B, Eichberg C, Eycott AE, Heinken T, Hoffmann M, Jaroszewicz B et al..  2015.  Seed dispersal by ungulates as an ecological filter: a trait-based meta-analysis. Oikos. 124:1109-1120.
Bartley DJ, Devin L, Nath M, Morrison AA.  2015.  Selection and characterisation of monepantel resistance in Teladorsagia circumcincta isolates. International Journal for Parasitology - Drugs and Drug Resistance. 5:69-76.
Igartua E, Mansour E, Cantalapiedra CP, Contreras-Moreira B, Gracia MP, Fuster P, Escribano J, Molina-Cano JL, Moralejo M, Ciudad FJ et al..  2015.  Selection footprints in barley breeding lines detected by combining genotyping-by-sequencing with reference genome information. Molecular Breeding. 35:Article11.
Poggio L, Gimona A.  2015.  Sequence-based mapping approach to spatio-temporal snow patterns from MODIS time-series applied to Scotland. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation. 34:122-135.
Chowdappa P, Nirmal Kumar BJ, Madhura S, Mohan Kumar SP, Myers KL, Fry WE, Cooke DEL.  2015.  Severe outbreaks of late blight on potato and tomato in South India caused by recent changes in the Phytophthora infestans population. Plant Pathology. 64:191-199.
Echavarri-Bravo V, Paterson L, Aspray TJ, Porter JS, Winson MK, Thornton B, Hartl MG.  2015.  Shifts in the metabolic function of benthic estuarine microbial community following a single pulse exposure to silver nanoparticles. Environmental Pollution. 201:91-99.
Nazaries L, Tottey W, Robinson LJ, Khachane A, Al-Soud WA, Sorensen S, Singh BK.  2015.  Shifts in the microbial community structure explain the response of soil respiration to land-use but not to climate warming. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 89:123-134.
Bird DM, Jones JT, Opperman CH, Kikuchi T, Danchin EGJ.  2015.  Signatures of adaptation to plant parasitism in nematode genomes. Parasitology. 142:S71-S84.
Pangbourne K, Roberts D.  2015.  Small towns and agriculture: understanding the spatial pattern of farm linkages. European Planning Studies. 23:494-508.
Wipf S, Sommerkorn M, Stutter MI, Wubs ERJ, van der Wal R.  2015.  Snow cover, freeze-thaw, and the retention of nutrients in an oceanic mountain ecosystem. Ecosphere. 6:ArticleNo.207.
Hill R, Dyer GA, Lozada-Ellison LM, Gimona A, Martin-Ortega J, Munoz-Rojas J, Gordon IJ.  2015.  A social-ecological systems analysis of impediments to delivery of the Aichi 2020 Targets and potentially more effective pathways to the conservation of biodiversity. Global Environmental Change, Human and Policy Dimensions. 34:22-34.
Nocita M, Stevens A, van Wesemael B, Aitkenhead M, Bachmann M, Barthes B, Dor EB, Brown DJ, Clairotte M, Csorba A et al..  2015.  Soil spectroscopy: an alternative to wet chemistry for soil monitoring. Advances in Agronomy. 132:139-159.
Young EJ, McKenzie BM, McNicol JW, Robertson J, Wendler R, Dawson, L.A.; Hillier S.  2015.  Spatial trends in the wind abrasion resistance of cultivated machair soil, South Uist, Scottish Outer Hebrides. Catena. 135:1-10.
Kerschner C, Wachter P, Nierling L, Ehlers MH.  2015.  Special volume: technology and degrowth. Journal of Cleaner Production. 108:31-33.
Gustavo Schlaen R, Mancini E, Sanchez SE, Perez-Santangelo S, Rugnone ML, Simpson CG, Brown JWS, Zhang X, Chernomoretz A, Yanovsky MJ.  2015.  The spliceosome assembly factor GEMIN2 attenuates the effects of temperature on alternative splicing and circadian rhythms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). 112:9382-9387.
Kettle H, Nutter D.  2015.  stagePop: modelling stage-structured populations in R. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 6:1484-1490.
Moro M, Fischer A, Milner-Gulland EJ, Lowassa A, Naiman LC, Hanley ND.  2015.  A stated preference investigation of household demand for illegally hunted bushmeat in the Serengeti, Tanzania. Animal Conservation. 18:377-386.
Perez-Barberia FJ, Small M, Hooper RJ, Aldezabal A, Soriguer-Escofet R, Bakken GS, Gordon IJ.  2015.  State-space modelling of the drivers of movement behaviour in sympatric species. PLoS ONE. 10:e0142707.
Makowski D, Asseng S, Ewert F, Bassu S, Durand JL, Li T, Martre P, Adam M, Aggarwal PK, Angulo C et al..  2015.  A statistical analysis of ensembles of crop model responses to climate change factors. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 214:483-493.
Fenton B, Salter WT, Malloch G, Begg G, Anderson E.  2015.  Stopped in its tracks: how -cyhalothrin can break the aphid transmission of a potato potyvirus. Pest Management Science. 71:1611-1616.
Demars BOL, Thompson JJD, Manson JR.  2015.  Stream metabolism and the open diel oxygen method: principles, practice and perspectives. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. 13:356-374.
Roberts A, Philip L, Currie M, Mort A.  2015.  Striking a balance between in-person care and the deployment of eHealth to support the older rural population with chronic pain. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-Being. 10
Jarvis SG, Woodward S, Taylor AFS.  2015.  Strong altitudinal partitioning in the distributions of ectomycorrhizal fungi along a short (300 m) elevation gradient. New Phytologist. 206:1145-1155.
Zhang Z, Le Velly M, Rhind SM, Kyle CE, Hough RL, Duff EI, McKenzie C.  2015.  A study on temporal trends and estimates of fate of Bisphenol A in agricultural soils after sewage sludge amendment. Science of the Total Environment. 515-516:1-11.
Arts K, Ioris AAR, Macleod CJA, Han XW, Sripada S, Braga JRZ, van der Wal R.  2015.  Supply of online environmental information to unknown demand: the importance of interpretation and liability related to a national network of river level data. Scottish Geographical Journal. 131:245-252.
Forgan DH, Mead A, Cockell CS, Raven JA.  2015.  Surface flux patterns on planets in circumbinary systems and potential for photosynthesis. International Journal of Astrobiology. 14:465-478.
Naz I, Saifullah, Palomares-Rius JE, Blok V, Khan SM, Ali S, Baig A.  2015.  Sustainable management of the Southern root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita (Kofoid and White) Chitwood, by means of amendments of Fumaria parviflora. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology. 17:289-296.
Smith JU, Fischer A, Hallett PD, Homans HY, Smith P, Abdul-Salam Y, Emmerling HH, Phimister E.  2015.  Sustainable use of organic resources for bioenergy, food and water provision in rural Sub-Saharan Africa. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 50:903-917.
Lemaire B, Dlodlo O, Chimphango S, Stirton C, Schrire B, Boatwright JS, Honnay O, Smets E, Sprent JI, James EK et al..  2015.  Symbiotic diversity, specificity and distribution of rhizobia in native legumes of the Core Cape Subregion (South Africa). FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 91:1-17.
Munoz-Rojas Morenes J, Nijnik M, Gonzalez-Puente M, Cortines-Garcia F.  2015.  Synergies and conflicts in the use of policy and planning instruments for implementing forest and woodland corridors and networks; a case study in NE Scotland. Forest Policy and Economics. 57:47-64.
Lau MSY, Marion G, Streftaris G, Gibson G.  2015.  A systematic bayesian integration of epidemiological and genetic data. PLoS Computational Biology. 11:e1004633.
Tilsner J.  2015.  Techniques for RNA in vivo imaging in plants. Journal of Microscopy. 258:1-5.
Pirttioja N, Carter TR, Fronzek S, Bindi M, Hoffmann H, Palosuo T, Ruiz-Ramos M, Tao F, Trnka M, Acutis M et al..  2015.  Temperature and precipitation effects on wheat yield across a European transect: a crop model ensemble analysis using impact response surfaces. Climate Research. 65:87-105.
Barraclough D, Smith P, Worrall F, Black HIJ, Bhogal A.  2015.  Is there an impact of climate change on soil carbon contents in England and Wales? European Journal of Soil Science. 66:451-462.
Kamoun S, Furzer O, Jones JDG, Judelson HS, Ali GS, Dalio RJD, Roy SG, Schena L, Zambounis A, Panabieres F et al..  2015.  The top 10 oomycete pathogens in molecular plant pathology. Molecular Plant Pathology. 16:413-434.
Graham J, Smith K, McCallum S, Hedley PE, Cullen DW, Dolan A, Milne L, McNicol JW, Hackett CA.  2015.  Towards an understanding of the control of 'crumbly' fruit in red raspberry. SpringerPlus. 4:223.
Mason S, Dubey JP, Smith JE, Boag B.  2015.  Toxoplasma gondii coinfection with diseases and parasites in wild rabbits in Scotland. Parasitology. 142:1415-1421.
Pakeman RJ, Karley AJ, Newton AC, Morcillo L, Brooker RW, Schob C.  2015.  A trait-based approach to crop-weed interactions. European Journal of Agronomy. 70:22-32.
Wiesel L, Davis JL, Milne L, Fernandez VR, Herold MB, Williams JM, Morris J, Hedley PE, Harrower B, Newton AC et al..  2015.  A transcriptional reference map of defence hormone responses in potato. Scientific Reports. 5
Martin-Ortega J, Perni A, Jackson-Blake L, Balana BB, Dunn SM, McKee A, Helliwell RC, Psaltopoulos D, Skuras D, Cooksley S et al..  2015.  A transdisciplinary approach to the economic analysis of the European Water Framework Directive. Ecological Economics. 116:34-45.
Batson WG, Gordon IG, Fletcher DB, Manning AD.  2015.  Translocation tactics: a framework to support the IUCN guidelines for wildlife translocations and improve the quality of applied methods. Journal of Applied Ecology. 52:1598-1607.
Fischer A, Weldesemaet YT, Czajkowski M, Tadie D, Hanley N.  2015.  Trophy hunters' willingness to pay for wildlife conservation and community benefits. Conservation Biology. 29:1111-1121.

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