The Flow Country Research Newsletter is a quarterly publication which provides updates on current research, opportunities and introduces new researchers, students and staff to the Flow Country Research Hub mailing list.
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Levy, P. E., & Gray, A. (2015). Greenhouse gas balance of a semi-natural peatbog in northern Scotland. Environmental Research Letters, 10(9), 094019.
Muller, F. L., & Tankéré-Muller, S. P. (2012). Seasonal variations in surface water chemistry at disturbed and pristine peatland sites in the Flow Country of northern Scotland. Science of the Total Environment, 435, 351-362.
Artz, R.R.E.; Donnelly, D.; Andersen, R.; Mitchell, R.; Chapman, S.J.; Smith, J.; Smith, P.; Cummins, R.; Balana, B.; Cuthbert, A., (2014). Managing and restoring blanket bog to benefit biodiversity and carbon balance - a scoping study. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report. 562
Bellamy, P.E., Stephen, L., Maclean, I.S., Grant, M.C. (2012). Response of blanket bog vegetation to drain blocking. Applied Vegetation Science 15: 129-135.
Hancock, M.H., Grant, M.C. & Wilson, J.D. (2009) Associations between distance to forest and spatial and temporal variation in abundance of key peatland breeding bird species. Bird Study, 55, 53–64.
Hancock, M.H., Robson, H.R., Smith, T.D., Douse, A. (2015). Correlates of lake use by breeding common scoters in Scotland. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshater Ecosystems. DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2606.
Wilkie, N.M., Mayhew, P.W. (2003). The management and restoration of damaged blanket bog in the north of Scotland. Botanical Journal of Scotland 55: 125-133.
Wilson, J.D., Anderson, R., Bailey, S., Chetcuti, J., Cowie, N.R., Hancock, M.H., Quine, C.P., Russell, N., Stephen, L., Thompson, D.B.A. (2014). Modelling edge effects of mature forest plantations on peatland waders informs landscape-scale conservation. Journal of Applied Ecology 51, 204-213.