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Gray A., Davies G.M., Domenech R., Taylor E. & Levy P. (2020). Peatland wildfire severity and post-fire gaseous carbon fluxes. Ecosystems, doi.org/10.1007/s10021-020-00545-0.
Wainwright C., Davies G.M., Dettweiler-Robinson E., Dunwiddie P.W., Wilderman D. & Bakker J.D. (2020). Methods for tracking sagebrush-steppe community trajectories and quantifying resilience in relation to disturbance and restoration. Restoration Ecology, 28, 115-126.
Grau-Andrés R., Davies G.M., Rey-Sanchez C. & Slater J. (2019). Bryophyte community composition and diversity are indicators of hydrochemical and ecological gradients in temperate kettle hole mires in Ohio, USA. Mires and Peat, 24, 37.
Rey-Sanchez C., Bohrer G., Slater J., Li Y-F., Grau-Andrés R., Hao Y., Rich V.I. & Davies G.M. (2019). The ratio of methanogens to methanotrophs and water-level dynamics drive methane transfer velocity in a temperate kettle-hole peat bog. Biogeosciences, 16, 3207- 3231.
Davies G.M., Legg C.J., Smith A.A. & McDonald A.J. (2019). Development and participatory evaluation of fireline intensity and flame property models for managed burns on Calluna-dominated heathlands. Fire Ecology, 15, 30.
Grau-Andrés R., Gray A., Davies G.M., Scott M. & Waldron S. (2019). Burning increases post-fire carbon emissions in a heathland and a raised bog, but experimental manipulation of fire severity has no effect. Journal of Environmental Management, 233, 321-328.
Grau-Andrés R., Davies G.M., Waldron S., Scott M. & Gray A. (2019). Increased fire severity alters initial vegetation regeneration across Calluna-dominated ecosystems. Journal of Environmental Management, 231, 1004-1011.
Johnston J.M., Wheatley M.J., Wooster M.J., Paugam R., Davies G.M., DeBoer K.A. (2018). Flame-front rate of spread estimates for moderate scale experimental fires are strongly influenced by measurement approach. Fire, 1, 1.
Grau-Andrés R., Davies G.M., Gray A., Scott E.M. & Waldron S. (2018). Fire severity is more sensitive to low fuel moisture content on Calluna heathlands than on peat bogs. Science of the Total Environment, 616-617, 1261-1269.
Grau-Andrés R., Gray A. & Davies G.M. (2017). Sphagnum abundance and photosynthetic capacity show rapid short-term recovery following managed burning. Plant Ecology & Diversity, 10, 353-359.
Grau-Andrés R., Davies G.M., Waldron S., Scott M. & Gray A. (2017). Leaving moss and litter layers undisturbed reduces the short-term environmental consequences of heathland managed burns. Journal of Environmental Management 204, 102-110.