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List of cited references (but also see Biography section for project related publications and open access download links)
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Ashby M.A. & A. Heinemeyer (2019a) Prescribed burning impacts on ecosystem services in the British uplands: a methodological critique of the EMBER project. Journal of Applied Ecology, 00:1-9. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13476 

Ashby M.A. & A. Heinemeyer (2019b) Whither scientific debate? A rebuttal of “Contextualising UK moorland burning studies: geographical versus potential sponsorship-bias effects on research conclusions” by Brown and Holden (bioRxiv 2019; 731117). https://ecoevorxiv.org/68h3w/ 

Anderson B.J., P.R. Armsworth, F. Eigenbrod, C.D. Thomas, S. Gillings, A. Heinemeyer, D.B. Roy & K.J. Gaston (2009) Spatial covariance between biodiversity and other ecosystem services. Journal of Applied Ecology 46: 888-896.

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Briones M.J.I., P. Ineson & A. Heinemeyer (2007) Predicting potential impacts of climate change on the geographical distribution of enchytraeids: a meta-analysis approach. Global Change Biology 13: 2252–2269.

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Carroll M., A. Heinemeyer, J. Pearce-Higgins, P. Dennis, C. West, J. Holden, Z. Wallage & C. Thomas (2015) Hydrologically-driven ecosystem processes determine the distribution and persistence of ecosystem-specialist predators under climate change. Nature Communication, 6: 7851. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms8851 

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Eigenbrod F., B.J. Anderson, P.R. Armsworth, A. Heinemeyer, S.F. Jackson, M. Parnell, C.D. Thomas & K.J. Gaston (2009) Ecosystem service benefits of contrasting conservation strategies in a human-dominated region. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 276, 2903–2911, doi: 10.1098/rspb.2009.0528.

Eigenbrod F., B.J.Anderson, P.R.Armsworth, A.Heinemeyer, S.Gillings, C.D.Thomas & K.J.Gaston (2010) Representation of ecosystem services by tiered conservation strategies. Conservation Letters 3: 184–191.

Eigenbrod F., P.R.Armsworth, B.J.Anderson, A.Heinemeyer, S.Gillings, D.B.Roy, C.D.Thomas & K.J.Gaston (2010) The impact of proxy-based methods on mapping the distribution of ecosystem services. Journal of Applied Ecology 47: 377-385.

Eigenbrod F., P.R.Armsworth, B.J.Anderson, A.Heinemeyer, S.Gillings, D.B.Roy, C.D.Thomas & K.J.Gaston (2010) Error propagation associated with benefits transfer based mapping of ecosystem. Biological Conservation, 143: 2487-2493.

Eigenbrod F., V.A. Bell, H.N. Davies, A. Heinemeyer, P.R. Armsworth & K.J. Gaston (2011) Impact of projected increases in urbanization on ecosystem services. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 278: 3201-3208.

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Garnett M. (1998) PhD thesis "Carbon storage in Pennine moorland and response to change". University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

Garnett, M.H., Ineson. P. and Stevenson, A.C. 2000. Effects of burning and grazing on carbon sequestration in a Pennine blanket bog, UK. The Holocene, 10, 729–736.

Hartley I.P., A. Heinemeyer & P. Ineson (2007a) Effects of three years of soil warming and shading on the rate of soil respiration: substrate availability and not thermal acclimation mediates observed response. Global Change Biology 13: 1761-1770.

Hartley I.P., A. Heinemeyer, S.P. Evans & P. Ineson (2007b) The effect of soil warming on bulk soil versus rhizosphere respiration. Global Change Biology 13: 2654-2667.

Heinemeyer A., S. Croft, M.H. Garnett, M. Gloor, J. Holden, M.R. Lomas & P. Ineson (2010) The MILLENNIA peat cohort model, predicting past, present and future soil carbon budgets and fluxes under changing climates in peatlands. Climate Research (Special Issue: Climate Change and the British Uplands) 45: 207–226.

Heinemeyer A., C. Di Bene, A.R. Lloyd, D. Tortorella, R. Baxter, B. Huntley, A. Gelsomino &  P. Ineson (2011) Soil respiration: implications of the plant-soil continuum and respiration chamber collar-insertion depth on measurement and modelling of soil CO2 efflux rates in three ecosystems. European Journal of Soil Sciences 62: 82-94.

Heinemeyer A. & McNamara N.P. (2011) Comparing the closed static versus the closed dynamic chamber flux methodology: implications for soil respiration studies. Plant and Soil, 346: 145–151.

Heinemeyer A., Gruber V. & Bahn M. (2012a) The ‘Gas-Snake’: Design and validation of a versatile membrane-based gas flux measurement system in a grassland soil respiration study. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 154-155: 166-173.

Heinemeyer A., Tortorella D., Petrovicová B., Gelsomino A. (2012b) Partitioning of soil CO2 flux components in a grassland ecosystem, European Journal of Soil Science, 63, 249–260.

Heinemeyer A., Wilkinson M., Vargas R., Subke J.-A. , Casella E. ,Morison J.I.L.  & Ineson  P. (2012c) Exploring the “overflow tap” theory: linking forest soil CO2 fluxes and individual mycorrhizosphere components to photosynthesis. Biogeosciences, 9, 79–95, 2012.

Heinemeyer A. & G.T. Swindles (2018) Unraveling past impacts of climate change and land management on historic peatland development using proxy-based reconstruction, monitoring data and process modeling. Global Change Biology, 24(9): 4131-4142. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14298

Heinemeyer A., Q. Asena, W.L. Burn & A.L. Jones (2018) Peatland carbon stocks and burn history: blanket bog peat core evidence highlights charcoal impacts on peat physical properties and long-term carbon storage. GEO: Geography and Environment 5(2), e00063. https://doi.org/10.1002/geo2.63 

Heinemeyer A.,  Q. Asena, W.L. Burn, A.L. Jones & M.A. Ashby (2019) Response to: Comment on “Peatland carbon stocks and burn history: Blanket bog peat core evidence highlights charcoal impacts on peat physical properties and long-term carbon storage by Evans et al. GEO: Geography and Environment. https://doi.org/10.1002/geo2.78 

Heinemeyer A., T.J. Sloan & R. Berry (2019) Assessing soil compaction and micro-topography impacts of alternative heather cutting as compared to burning as part of grouse moor management on blanket bog. PeerJ. https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.7298 

Heinemeyer A., Vallack H.W., Morton P.A., Pateman R., Dytham C., Ineson P., McClean C., Bristow C. and Pearce-Higgins J.W. (2019) with an Appendix by Richard A. Lindsay. Restoration of heather-dominated blanket bog vegetation on grouse moors for biodiversity, carbon storage, greenhouse gas emissions and water regulation: comparing burning to alternative mowing and uncut management. Final Report to Defra on Project BD5104, Stockholm Environment Institute at the University of York, York,  UK. 

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