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Hawes C, Squire GR, Hallett PD, Watson CA, Young MW.  2010.  Arable plant communities as indicators of farming practice. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 138:17-26.
Hillier J, Hawes C, Squire GR, Hilton A, Wale S, Smith P.  2009.  The carbon footprints of food crop production. International Journal of Agicultural Sustainability. 7:107-118.
Hawes C, Haughton AJ, Bohan DA, Squire GR.  2009.  Functional approaches for assessing plant and invertebrate abundance patterns in arable systems. Basic and Applied Ecology. 10:34-42. Abstract
Caron-Lormier G, Bohan DA, Hawes C, Raybould A, Haughton AJ, Humphry RW.  2009.  How might we model an ecosystem? Ecological Modelling. 220:1935-1949.
Bohan DA, Hawes C, Haughton AJ, Denholm I, Champion GT, Perry JN, Clark SJ.  2007.  Statistical models to evaluate invertebrate-plant trophic interactions in arable systems. Bulletin of Entomological Research. 97:265-280. Abstract
Heard MS, Clark SJ, Rothery P, Perry JN, Bohan DA, Brooks DR, Champion GT, Dewar AM, Hawes C, Haughton AJ et al..  2006.  Effects of successive seasons of genetically modified herbicide-tolerant maize cropping on weeds and invertebrates. Annals of Applied Biology. 149:249-254. Abstract
Bohan DA, Boffey CWH, Brooks DR, Clark SJ, Dewar AM, Firbank LG, Haughton AJ, Hawes C, Heard MS, May MJ et al..  2005.  Effects on weed and invertebrate abundance and diversity of herbicide management in genetically modified herbicide-tolerant winter-sown oilseed rape. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B. 272:463-474. Abstract
Brooks DR, Clark SJ, Perry JN, Bohan DA, Champion GT, Firbank LG, Haughton AJ, Hawes C, Heard MS, Woiwod IP.  2005.  Invertebrate biodiversity in maize following withdrawal of triazine herbicides. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B. 272:1497-1502. Abstract

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