Publications

Grau-Andrés Roger; Gray Alan; Davies G. Matt; Scott E. Marian; Waldron Susan; , 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 Roger; Davies G. Matt; Waldron Susan; Scott E. Marian; Gray Alan; , 2019, Increased fire severity alters initial vegetation regeneration across Calluna-dominated ecosystems. Journal of Environmental Management, 231, 1004-1011

Levy Peter; van Dijk Netty; Gray Alan; Sutton Mark; Jones Matthew; Leeson Sarah; Dise Nancy; Leith Ian; Sheppard Lucy; , 2018, Response of a peat bog vegetation community to long-term experimental addition of nitrogen. Journal of Ecology

Craine Joseph M.; Elmore Andrew J.; Wang Lixin; Aranibar Julieta; Bauters Marijn; Boeckx Pascal; Crowley Brooke E.; Dawes Melissa A.; Delzon Sylvain; Fajardo Alex; Fang Yunting; Fujiyoshi Lei; Gray Alan; Guerrieri Rossella; Gundale Michael J.; Hawke David J.; Hietz Peter; Jonard Mathieu; Kearsley Elizabeth; Kenzo Tanaka; Makarov Mikhail; Marañón-Jiménez Sara; McGlynn Terrence P.; McNeil Brenden E.; Mosher Stella G.; Nelson David M.; Peri Pablo L.; Roggy Jean Christophe; Sanders-DeMott Rebecca; Song Minghua; Szpak Paul; Templer Pamela H.; Van der Colff Dewidine; Werner Christiane; Xu Xingliang; Yang Yang; Yu Guirui; Zmudczyńska-Skarbek Katarzyna; , 2018, Isotopic evidence for oligotrophication of terrestrial ecosystems. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2, 1735-1744

Gray Alan; Wilkins Vicky; Pryce David; Fowler Liza; Key Roger S.; Mendel Howard; Jervois Michael; Hochkirch Axel; Cairns-Wicks Rebecca; Dutton Amy-Jayne; Malan Lourens; , 2018, The status of the invertebrate fauna on the South Atlantic island of St Helena: problems, analysis, and recommendations. Biodiversity and Conservation

Gray Alan; , 2018, The ecology of plant extinction: rates, traits and island comparisons. Oryx

Grau-Andrés Roger; Davies G. Matt; Waldron Susan; Scott E. Marian; Gray Alan; , 2017, Leaving moss and litter layers undisturbed reduces the short-term environmental consequences of heathland managed burns. Journal of Environmental Management, 204, 102-110

Vanbergen Adam J.; Woodcock Ben A.; Gray Alan; Andrews Christopher; Ives Stephen; Kjeldsen Thomas R.; Laize Cedric L.R.; Chapman Daniel S.; Butler Adam; O'Hare Matthew T.; , 2017, Dispersal capacity shapes responses of river island invertebrate assemblages to vegetation structure, island area, and flooding. Insect Conservation and Diversity

Davies G. Matt; Kettridge Nicholas; Stoof Cathelijne R.; Gray Alan; Marrs Rob; Ascoli Davide; Fernandes Paulo M.; Allen Katherine A.; Doerr Stefan H.; Clay Gareth D.; McMorrow Julia; Vandvik Vigdis; , 2016, Informed debate on the use of fire for peatland management means acknowledging the complexity of socio-ecological systems. Nature Conservation, 16, 59-77

Davies G. Matt; Kettridge Nicholas; Stoof Cathelijne R.; Gray Alan; Marrs Rob; Ascoli Davide; Fernandes Paulo M.; Allen Katherine A.; Doerr Stefan H.; Clay Gareth D.; McMorrow Julia; Vandvik Vigdis; , 2016, The peatland vegetation burning debate: keep scientific critique in perspective. A response to Brown et al. and Douglas et al.. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 371

Gray Alan; Perry Annika; Cavers Stephen; Eastwood Antonia; Biermann Michelle; Darlow Andrew; Thomas Vanessa; Lambdon Phil; , 2016, Hybrid plants preserve unique genetic variation in the St Helena endemic trees Commidendrum rotundifolium DC Roxb. and C. spurium (G.Forst.) DC.

Davies G. Matt; Kettridge Nicholas; Stoof Cathelijne R.; Gray Alan; Ascoli Davide; Fernandes Paulo M.; Marrs Rob; Allen Katherine A.; Doerr Stefan H.; Clay Gareth D.; McMorrow Julia; Vandvik Vigdis; , 2016, The role of fire in UK peatland and moorland management: the need for informed, unbiased debate. , 371

Davies G. Matt; Stoof Cathelijne R.; Kettridge Nicholas; Gray Alan; , 2016, Comment on: Vegetation burning for game management in the UK uplands is increasing and overlaps spatially with soil carbon and protected areas. , 195, 293-294

Davies G.M.; Domènech R.; Gray A.; Johnson P.C.D.; , 2016, Vegetation structure and fire weather influence variation in burn severity and fuel consumption during peatland wildfires. , 13, 389-398

Davies G. Matt; Gray Alan; , 2015, Don't let spurious accusations of pseudoreplication limit our ability to learn from natural experiments (and other messy kinds of ecological monitoring).

Levy P.E.; Gray A.; , 2015, Greenhouse gas balance of a semi-natural peatbog in northern Scotland. , 10

Cooper, Mark D.A.; Evans, Christopher D.; Zieliński, Piotr; Levy, Peter E.; Gray, Alan; Peacock, Mike; Norris, David; Fenner, Nathalie; Freeman, Christopher, 2014, Infilled ditches are hotspots of landscape methane flux following peatland re-wetting. Ecosystems, 17, 1227-1241

Vanbergen, Adam J.; Woodcock , Ben A.; Gray, Alan; Grant, Fiona; Telford, Annika; Lambdon, Phil; Chapman, Dan S.; Pywell, Richard F.; Heard, Matt S.; Cavers, Stephen, 2014, Grazing alters insect visitation networks and plant mating systems. Functional Ecology, 28, 178-189

Gray, Alan; Cavers, Stephen, 2014, Island biogeography, the effects of taxonomic effort and the importance of island niche diversity to single-island endemic spec. Systematic Biology, 63, 55-65

Davies, G. Matt; Gray, Alan; Rein, Guillermo; Legg, Colin J., 2013, Peat consumption and carbon loss due to smouldering wildfire in a temperate peatland. Forest Ecology and Management, 308, 169-177