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Dove H, Milne JA.  2006.  Intake and productivity of lambs grazing leafy or stemmy forage rape and the effect of energy or protein supplements. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture. 46(7):763-769.
Rivington M, Matthews KB, Bellocchi G, Buchan K, Stockle CO, Donatelli M.  2006.  An integrated assessment approach to conduct analyses of climate change impacts on whole-farm systems. Environmental Modelling Software. 22(2):202-210.
Koo BK, O'Connell PE.  2006.  An integrated modeling and multicriteria analysis approach to managing nitrate diffuse pollution: 1. Framework and methodology. The Science of the Total Environment. 359(1-3):1-16.
Murray PJ, Cook R, Currie AF, Dawson LA, Gange AC, Grayston SJ, Treonis AM.  2006.  Interactions between fertilizer addition, plants and the soil environment: Implications for soil faunal structure and diversity. Applied Soil Ecology. 33(2):199-207.
Moir HJ, Gibbins CN, Soulsby C, Webb JH.  2006.  Interactions between stream discharge and hydraulic conditions in contrasting channel morphologies and their influence on site utilisation by spawning Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 63(11):2567-2585.
Weatherall A, Proe MF, Craig J, Cameron AD, Midwood AJ.  2006.  Internal cycling of nitrogen, potassium and magnesium in young Sitka spruce. Tree Physiology. 26:673-680.
Singh BK, Munro S, Reid E, Ord B, Potts JM, Paterson E, Millard P.  2006.  Investigating microbial community structure in soils by physiological, biochemical and molecular fingerprinting methods. European Journal of Soil Science. 57:72-82.
Izquierdo LR, Polhill JG.  2006.  Is your model susceptible to floating-point errors? Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 9(4):4.
Young KR, Aspinall RJ.  2006.  Kaleidoscoping landscapes, shifting perspectives. Professional Geographer. 58(4):436-447.
Matthews R, Selman P.  2006.  Landscape as a focus for integrating human and environmental processes. Journal of Agricultural Economics. 57(2):199-212.
Brown DG, Aspinall RJ, Bennett DA.  2006.  Landscape models and explanation in landscape ecology- A space for generative landscape science? Professional Geographer. 58(4):369-382.
Dawson JJC, Campbell CD, Towers W, Cameron CM, Paton GI.  2006.  Linking biosensor responses to Cd, Cu and Zn partitioning in soils. Environmental Pollution. 142(3):493-500.
Sherlock KL, Innes A, Cox S, Smith A, Mason A.  2006.  Living with dementia in rural and remote Scotland: Diverse experiences of people with dementia and their carers. Journal of Rural Studies. 22:161-176.
Hester AJ, Scogings PF, Trollope WSW.  2006.  Long-term impacts of goat browsing on bush-clump dynamics in a semi-arid subtropical savanna. Plant Ecology. 183(2):277-290.
Evans DM, Redpath SM, Evans SA, Elston DA, Gardner CJ, Dennis P, Pakeman RJ.  2006.  Low intensity, mixed livestock grazing improves the breeding abundance of a common insectivorous passerine. Biology Letters. 2(4):636-638.
Irvine RJ, Corbishley H, Pilkington JG, Albon SD.  2006.  Low level parasitic worm burdens reduce body condition in free ranging red deer (Cervus elaphus). Parasitology. 133(4):465-475.
Mills A, Morkel P, Runyoro V, Amiyo A, Borner M, Thirgood SJ.  2006.  Managing small populations in practice: black rhino in the Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania. Oryx. 40(3):319-323.
Gilbert L, Williamson KA, Hazon N, Graves JA.  2006.  Maternal effects due to male attractiveness affect offspring development in the zebra finch. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B. 273(1595):1765-1771.
Singh BK, Walker A.  2006.  Microbial degradation of organophosphorus compounds. FEMS Microbiology Review. 30(3):428-471.
Karpouzas DG, Singh BK.  2006.  Microbial degradation of organophosphorus xenobiotics: metabolic pathways and molecular basis. Advances in Microbial Physiology. 51:119-185.
Yuangen Y, Campbell CD, Clark L, Cameron CM, Paterson E.  2006.  Microbial indicators of heavy metal contamination in urban and rural soils. Chemosphere. 63(11):1942-1952.
Andrist-Rangel Y, Simonsson M, Andersson S, Oborn I, Hillier S.  2006.  Mineralogical budgeting of potassium in soil: a basis for understanding standard measures of reserve potassium. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science. 169:605-615.
Kaufmann K, Chapman SJ, Campbell CD, Harms H, Hohener P.  2006.  Miniaturized test system for soil respiration induced by volatile pollutants. Environmental Pollution. 140(2):269-278.
Wright RF, Aherne J, Bishop K, Camarero L, Cosby BJ, Erlandsson M, Evans CD, Forsius M, Hardekopf H, Helliwell RC et al..  2006.  Modelling the effect of climate change on recovery of acidified freshwaters: relative sensitivity of individual processes in the MAGIC model. The Science of the Total Environment. 365(1-3):154-166.
Littlewood NA, Dennis P, Pakeman RJ, Woodin SJ.  2006.  Moorland restoration aids the reassembly of associated phytophagous insects. Biological Conservation. 132(3):395-404.
Milner-Gulland EJ, Kerven C, Behnke R, Wright IA, Smailov A.  2006.  A multi-agent system model of pastoralist behaviour in Kazakhstan. Ecological Complexity. 3(1):23-36.
Kok K, Patel M, Rothman DS, Quaranta G.  2006.  Multi-scale narratives from an IA perspective: Part II. Participatory local scenario development. Futures. 38(3):285-311.
Singh BK, Thomas N.  2006.  Multiplex-terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism (M-TRFLP). Nature Protocols. 1(5):2428-2433.
Brown KM.  2006.  New challenges for old Commons: The role of historical common land in contemporary rural spaces. Scottish Geographical Journal. 122:109-129.
Fisher DO, Double MC, Moore B.  2006.  Number of mates and timing of mating affect offspring growth in the small marsupial, Antechinus agilis. Animal Behaviour. 71(2):289-297.
Goddard PJ, Waterhouse A, Dwyer CM, Stott A.  2006.  The perception of the welfare of sheep in extensive systems. Small Ruminant Research. 62(3):215-225.
Brooker RW.  2006.  Plant-plant interactions and environmental change. New Phytologist. 171:273-275.
Mather A, Hill G, Nijnik M.  2006.  Post-productivism and rural land use: cul de sac or challenge for theorization? Journal of Rural Studies. 22(4):441-455.
Artz RRE, Avery LM, Jones DL, Davey L, Killham K.  2006.  Potential pitfalls in the quantitative molecular detection of escherichia coli O157:H7 in environmental matrices. Canadian Journal of Microbiology. 52(5):482-488.
Robertson E, Gordon IJ, Perez-Barberia FJ.  2006.  Preferences of sheep and goats for straw pellets treated with different food-flavouring agents. Small Ruminant Research. 63(1-2):50-57.
Kamari J, Boorman D, Icke J, Perrin C, Candela L, Elorza FJ, Ferrier RC, Bakken TH, Hutchins M.  2006.  Process for benchmarking models: dialogue between water managers and modellers. Archiv fur Hydrologie, Large Rivers Supplement. 17(1-2):3-21.
Dunn SM, Vinogradoff SI, Thornton GJP, Bacon JR, Graham MC, Farmer JG.  2006.  Quantifying hydrological budgets and pathways in a small upland catchment using a combined modelling and tracer approach. Hydrological Processes. 20:349-368.
Roumet C, Cochard C, Dawson LA, Joffre R, Mayes RW, Brewer M, Blanchard M.  2006.  Quantifying species composition in root mixtures using two methods: near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy and plant wax markers. New Phytologist. 170(3):631-638.
Littlewood NA, Pakeman RJ, Woodin SJ.  2006.  The response of plant and insect assemblages to the loss of Calluna vulgaris from upland vegetation. Biological Conservation. 128(3):335-345.
Omotoso O, McCarty DK, Hillier S, Kleeberg R.  2006.  Results of the 3rd Reynolds Cup contest in quantitative mineral analysis. Clays and Clay Minerals. 54(6):748-760.

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