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Beale CM, Dodd S, Pearce-Higgins JW.  2006.  Wader recruitment indices suggest nesting success is temperature-dependent in Dunlin. Ibis. 148:406-410.
Marselle MR, Irvine KN, Warber SL.  2013.  Walking for well-being: are group walks in certain types of natural environments better for well-being than group walks in urban environments? International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 10:5603-5628.
Dahlin AS, Ramezanian A, Campbell CD, Hillier S, Oborn I.  2015.  Waste recovered by-products can increase growth of grass-clover mixtures in low fertility soils and alter botanical and mineral nutrient composition. Annals of Applied Biology. 166:105-117.
Schaaf W, Pohle I, Maurer T, Gerwin W, Hinzz BCA.  2017.  Water balance dynamics during ten years of ecological development at ChickenCreek catchment. Vadose Zone Journal. 16:1-14.
Machell J, Prior K, Allan R, Andersen JM.  2015.  The water energy food nexus - challenges and emerging solutions. Environmental Science: Water Research and Technology. 1:15-16.
Vinten AJA, Kuhfuss L, Shortall O, Stockan J, Ibiyemi A, Pohle I, Addy S, Gabriel M, Gunn I, May L.  2019.  Water for all: towards an integrated approach to wetland conservation and flood risk reduction in a lowland catchment in Scotland. Journal of Environmental Management. 246:881-896.
Gunnarsdottir MJ, Gardarsson SM, Figueras MJ, Puigdomènech C, Juárez R, Saucedo G, Arnedo MJ, Santos R, Monteiro S, Avery LM et al..  2020.  Water safety plan enhancements with improved drinking water quality detection techniques. Science of the Total Environment. 698:ArticleNo.134185.
Erbilgin N, Cale JA, Lusebrink I, Najar A, Klutsch JG, Sherwood P, Bonello P, Evenden ML.  2017.  Water-deficit and fungal infection can differentially affect the production of different classes of defense compounds in two host pines of mountain pine beetle. Tree Physiology. 37:338-350.
Dullinger S, Kleinbauer I, Pauli H, Gottfried M, Brooker RW, Nagy L, Theurillat JP, Holten JI, Abdaladze O, Benito JL et al..  2007.  Weak and variable relationships between environmental severity and small-scale co-occurrence in alpine plant communities. Journal of Ecology. 95(6):1284-1295.
González-Díaz P, Cavers S, Iason GR, Booth A, Russell J, Jump AS.  2018.  Weak isolation by distance and geographic diversity gradients persist in Scottish relict pine forest, linked to flowering asynchrony and effective gene flow. iForest - Biogeosciences and Forestry. 11:449-458.
Baxter E, Jarvis S, Palarea-Albaladejo J, Edwards SA.  2012.  The weaker sex? The propensity for male-biased piglet mortality PLoS ONE. 7:e30318.
Upton B, Odling N, Kirstein LA, Underhill JR, Hillier S, Puziewicz J, Ntaflos T, Baginski B, Perrillat JP.  2019.  The Weaklaw Vent, SE Scotland: Metasomatism of eruptive products by carbo-hydro-fluids of probable mantle origin. Mineralogical Magazine. 83:855-867.
Perez-Barberia FJ, Carranza J, Sanchez-Prieto C.  2015.  Wear fast, die young: more worn teeth and shorter lives in Iberian compared to Scottish red deer. PLoS ONE. 10:e0134788.
Wilson MJ.  2006.  Weathering of the primary rock-forming minerals: processes, products and rates. Clay Minerals. 39(3):233-266.
Vitolo C, Elkhatib Y, Reusser D, Macleod CJA, Buytaert W.  2015.  Web technologies for environmental Big Data. Environmental Modelling and Software. 63:185-198.
Turicchi J, O'Driscoll R, Horgan G, Duarte C, Palmeira AL, Larsen SC, Heitmann BL, Stubbs J.  2020.  Weekly, seasonal and holiday body weight fluctuation patterns among individuals engaged in a European multi-centre behavioural weight loss maintenance intervention. PLoS ONE. 15:ArticleNo.e0232152.
Stubbs RJ, Morris L, Pallister C, Horgan G, Lavin JH.  2015.  Weight outcomes audit in 1.3 million adults during their first 3 months' attendance in a commercial weight management programme. BMC Public Health. 15
Duarte C, Stubbs JR, Gilbert P, Stalker C, Catarino F, Basran J, Horgan G, Morris L.  2019.  The weight-focused forms of self-criticising/attacking and self-reassuring scale: confirmatory factor analysis and associations with control, loss of control of eating and weight in overweight and obese women. Psychology and Psychotherapy-Theory Research and Practice. 92:539-553.
Brendel M, Janssen A, Mayer CD, Pauly M.  2014.  Weighted logrank permutation tests for randomly right censored life science data. Scandinavian Journal of Statistics. 41:742-761.
Goddard PJ.  2011.  Welfare assessment in sheep. In Practice. 33:508-516.
Sprent JI.  2005.  West African legumes: the role of nodulation and nitrogen fixation. New Phytologist. 167:326-330. Abstract
Langan C, Farmer JA, Rivington M, Novo P, Smith J.  2019.  A wetland ecosystem service assessment tool; Development and application in a tropical peatland in Uganda. Ecological Indicators. 103:434-445.
Maund PR, Irvine KN, Reeves J, Strong E, Cromie R, Dallimer M, Davies ZG.  2019.  Wetlands for wellbeing: Piloting a nature-based health intervention for the management of anxiety and depression. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 16:ArticleNo.4413.
Dicks LV, Rose DC, Ang F, Aston S, Birch ANE, Boatman N, Bowles EL, Chadwick D, Dinsdale A, Durham S et al..  2018.  What agricultural practices are most likely to deliver ‘sustainable intensification’ in the UK? Food and Energy Security. Published online..
Dicks LV, Rose DC, Ang F, Aston S, Birch ANE, Boatman N, Bowles EL, Chadwick D, Dinsdale A, Durham S et al..  2019.  What agricultural practices are most likely to deliver ‘sustainable intensification’ in the UK? Food and Energy Security. 8:ArticleNo.e00148.
Dicks LV, Rose DC, Ang F, Aston S, Birch ANE, Boatman N, Bowles EL, Chadwick D, Dinsdale A, Durham S et al..  2019.  What agricultural practices are most likely to deliver ‘sustainable intensification’ in the UK? Food and Energy Security. 8:ArticleNo.e00148.
Brown LK, George TS, Thompson JA, Wright GM, Lyon J, Dupuy L, Hubbard SF, White PJ.  2012.  What are the implications of variation in root hair length on tolerance to phosphorus deficiency in combination with water stress in barley (Hordeum vulgare)? Annals of Botany. 110:319-328.
van Veelen B, Pinker A, Tingey M, Taylor Aiken G, Eadson W.  2019.  What can energy research bring to social science? Reflections on 5 years of Energy Research and Social Science and beyond Energy Research and Social Science. 57:ArticleNo.101240.
Mudge SM, Meier-Augenstein W, Eadsforth C, DeLeo P.  2010.  What contribution do detergent fatty alcohols make to sewage discharges and the marine environment? Journal of Environmental Monitoring. 12:1846-1856.
Koichi K, Cottrell A, Sangha KK, Gordon IJ.  2013.  What determines the acceptability of wildlife control methods? A case of feral pig management in the wet tropics world heritage area, Australia Human Dimensions of Wildlife. 18:97-108.
Zasada I, Piorr A, Novo P, Villanueva AJ, Valanszki I.  2017.  What do we know about decision support systems for landscape and environmental management? A review and expert survey within EU research projects Environmental Modelling and Software. 98:63-74.
Mezeli MM, Page S, George TS, Neilson R, Mead R, Blackwell MSA, Haygarth PM.  2020.  What do we know about soil biological interactions and phosphorus acquisition in plants? Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 142
Polhill JG, Izquierdo LR, Gotts NM.  2006.  What every agent-based modeller should know about floating point arithmetic. Environmental Modelling and Software. 21(3):283-309.
Flynn KJ, Raven JA.  2017.  What is the limit for photoautotrophic plankton growth rates? Journal of Plankton Research. 39:13-22.
Payne RJ, Campbell C, Britton AJ, Mitchell RJ, Pakeman RJ, Jones L, Ross LC, Stevens C, Field C, Caporn SJM et al..  2019.  What is the most ecologically-meaningful metric of nitrogen deposition? Environmental Pollution. 247:319-331.
Smith J, Abegaz A, Matthews RB, Subedi M, Orskov ER, Tumwesige V, Smith P.  2014.  What is the potential for biogas digesters to improve soil carbon sequestration in Sub-Saharan Africa? Comparison with other uses of organic residues Biomass and Bioenergy. 70:73-86.
Smith J, Abegaz A, Matthews RB, Subedi M, Orskov ER, Tumwesige V, Smith P.  2014.  What is the potential for biogas digesters to improve soil fertility and crop production in Sub-Saharan Africa? Biomass and Bioenergy. 70:58-72.
Dawson IK, Guariguata MR, Loo J, Weber JC, Lengkeek A, Bush D, Cornelius J, Guarino L, Kindt R, Orwa C et al..  2013.  What is the relevance of smallholders' agroforestry systems for conserving tropical tree species and genetic diversity in circa situm, in situ and ex situ settings? A review Biodiversity and Conservation. 22:301-324.
Maund PR, Irvine KN, Lawson B, Steadman J, Risely K, Cunningham AA, Davies ZG.  2020.  What motivates the masses: Understanding why people contribute to conservation citizen science projects. Biological Conservation. 246:ArticleNo.UNSP108587.
Dallimer M, Davies ZG, Irvine KN, Maltby L, Warren PH, Gaston KJ, Armsworth PR.  2014.  What personal and environmental factors determine frequency of urban greenspace use? International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 11:7977-7992.
Gordon IJ, Acevedo-Whitehouse K, Altwegg R, Garner TWJ, Gompper ME, Katzner TE, Pettorelli N, Redpath S.  2012.  What the "food security" agenda means for animal conservation in terrestrial ecosystems. Animal Conservation. 15:115-116.
Gill N, Allsopp J, Burridge A, Fisher D, Griffiths M, Hambly H, Hoellerer N, Paszkiewicz N, Rotter R.  2020.  What’s missing from legal geography and materialist studies of law? Absence and the assembling of asylum hearings in Europe Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.
Newton AC, Guy DC, Preedy K.  2017.  Wheat cultivar yield response to some organic and conventional farming conditions and the yield potential of mixtures. Journal of Agricultural Science. 155:1045-1060.
Gotts NM, Polhill JG.  2009.  When and how to imitate your neighbours: lessons from and for FEARLUS. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 12(3):2.

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