The Eye Brook - a multifunctional approach to catchment management.
2007. British Wildlife, 18: 240-247.
Food, fibre, fuel and fauna - can we have it all?
2007. British Wildlife, 19: 102-108.
Does farmers' knowledge of birds influence their conservation of them?
Stoate, C. & Bird, D.P.
2007. Aspects of Applied Biology, 81: 227-230.
Multifunctional benefits of an agri-environment scheme option: Riparian buffer strip pools within 'Arable Reversion'.
Stoate, C., Whitfield, M., Williams, P., Szczur, J., & Driver, K.
2007. Aspects of Applied Biology, 81: 221-226.
Success of calcein marking via osmotic induction in brown trout fry, Salmo trutta.
Stubbing, D.N. & Moss, R.D.
2007. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 14: 231-233.
Singing Fields. Why Gamekeeping Helps Birds in the Countryside.
2007. Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust, Fordingbridge.
Brown hare and Irish hare.
Tapper, S.C. & McDonald, R.A.
2007. In: Winspear, R. (ed.) The Farm Wildlife Handbook: 18-22. Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, Sandy.
The Fate and Management of Pheasants (Phasianus colchicus) Released in the UK.
2007. Unpublished Ph.D thesis. Imperial College, University of London, London.
Dispersal distances of juvenile radiotagged Red Grouse Lagopus lagopus scoticus on moors in northern England.
Warren, P.K. & Baines, D.
2007. Ibis, 149: 758-762.
Impacts of agricultural land-use practices upon in-stream ecological structure and processes.
Wasiak, P.H., Wasiak, K.A., Harper, D.M., Withers, P.J.A., Jarvie, H.P., Sutton, E.J. & Stoate, C.
2007. In: Heckrath, G., Rubaek, G.H. & Kronvang, B. (eds) Diffuse Phosphorus Loss: Risk Assessment, Mitigation Options and Ecological Effects in River Basins; Danmarks JordbrugsForskning Plant Science: 325-328. University of Aarhus, Denmark.
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