Holder Amanda J.; Rowe Rebecca; McNamara Niall P.; Donnison Iain S.; McCalmont Jon P.; , 2019, Soil Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) simulated hydrological impacts of land use change from temperate grassland to energy crops: a case study in western UK. Global Change Biology Bioenergy

Ledo Alicia; Hillier Jonathan; Smith Pete; Aguilera Eduardo; Blagodatskiy Sergey; Brearley Francis Q.; Datta Ashim; Diaz-Pines Eugenio; Don Axel; Dondini Marta; Dunn Jennifer; Feliciano Diana Marisa; Liebig Mark A.; Lang Rong; Llorente Mireia; Zinn Yuri Lopes; McNamara Niall; Ogle Stephen; Qin Zhangcai; Rovira Pere; Rowe Rebecca; Vicente-Vicente José Luis; Whitaker Jeanette; Yue Qian; Zerihun Ayalsew; , 2019, A global, empirical, harmonised dataset of soil organic carbon changes under perennial crops. Scientific Data, 6

Holder Amanda J.; Clifton‐Brown John; Rowe Rebecca; Robson Paul; Elias Dafydd; Dondini Marta; McNamara Niall P.; Donnison Iain S.; McCalmont Jon P.; , 2019, Measured and modelled effect of land‐use change from temperate grassland to Miscanthus on soil carbon stocks after 12 years. Global Change Biology Bioenergy

Morrison Ross; Rowe Rebecca L.; Cooper Hollie M.; McNamara Niall P.; , 2019, Multi‐year carbon budget of a mature commercial short rotation coppice (SRC) willow plantation. Global Change Biology Bioenergy

Burns R.; Wynn P.M.; Barker P.; McNamara N.; Oakley S.; Ostle N.; Stott A.W.; Tuffen H.; Zhou Zheng; Tweed F.S.; Chesler A.; Stuart M.; , 2018, Direct isotopic evidence of biogenic methane production and efflux from beneath a temperate glacier. Scientific Reports, 8

Holder Amanda J.; McCalmont Jon P.; Rowe Rebecca; McNamara Niall P.; Elias Dafydd; Donnison Iain S.; , 2018, Soil N2O emissions with different reduced tillage methods during the establishment of Miscanthus in temperate grassland. Global Change Biology Bioenergy

Nottingham Andrew T.; Fierer Noah; Turner Benjamin L.; Whitaker Jeanette; Ostle Nick J.; McNamara Niall P.; Bardgett Richard D.; Leff Jonathan W.; Salinas Norma; Silman Miles; Kruuk Loeske; Meir Patrick; , 2018, Microbes follow Humboldt: temperature drives plant and soil microbial diversity patterns from the Amazon to the Andes. Ecology

Zani Caio F.; Barneze Arlete S.; Robertson Andy D.; Keith Aidan M.; Cerri Carlos E.P.; McNamara Niall P.; Cerri Carlos C.; , 2018, Vinasse application and cessation of burning in sugarcane management can have positive impact on soil carbon stocks. PeerJ, 6

McCalmont Jon P; Rowe Rebecca; Elias Dafydd; Whitaker Jeanette; McNamara Niall P.; Donnison Iain S.; , 2018, Soil nitrous oxide flux following land-use reversion from Miscanthus and SRC willow to perennial ryegrass. Global Change Biology Bioenergy

Whitaker Jeanette; Field John L.; Bernacchi Carl J.; Cerri Carlos E.P.; Ceulemans Reinhart; Davies Christian A.; DeLucia Evan H.; Donnison Iain S.; McCalmont Jon P.; Paustian Keith; Rowe Rebecca L.; Smith Pete; Thornley Patricia; McNamara Niall P.; , 2017, Consensus, uncertainties and challenges for perennial bioenergy crops and land use. Global Change Biology Bioenergy

Elias Dafydd M.O.; Rowe Rebecca L.; Pereira M. Gloria; Stott Andrew W.; Barnes Christopher J.; Bending Gary D.; McNamara Niall P.; , 2017, Functional differences in the microbial processing of recent assimilates under two contrasting perennial bioenergy plantations. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 114, 248-262

McCalmont Jon P.; McNamara Niall P.; Donnison Iain S.; Farrar Kerrie; Clifton-Brown John C.; , 2017, Partitioning of ecosystem respiration of CO2 released during land-use transition from temperate agricultural grassland to Miscanthus × giganteus. Global Change Biology Bioenergy, 9, 710-724

McCalmont Jon P.; Hastings Astley; McNamara Niall P.; Richter Goetz M.; Robson Paul; Donnison Iain S.; Clifton-Brown John; , 2017, Environmental costs and benefits of growing Miscanthus for bioenergy in the UK. Global Change Biology Bioenergy, 9, 489-507

Richards Mark; Pogson Mark; Dondini Marta; Jones Edward O.; Hastings Astley; Henner Dagmar N.; Tallis Matthew J.; Casella Eric; Matthews Robert W.; Henshall Paul A.; Milner Suzanne; Taylor Gail; McNamara Niall P.; Smith Jo U.; Smith Pete; , 2017, High-resolution spatial modelling of greenhouse gas emissions from land-use change to energy crops in the United Kingdom. Global Change Biology Bioenergy, 9, 627-644

Drewer J.; Yamulki S.; Leeson S.R.; Anderson M.; Perks M.P.; Skiba U.M.; McNamara N.P.; , 2017, Difference in soil methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) fluxes from bioenergy crops SRC willow and SRF Scots pine compared with adjacent arable and fallow in a temperate climate. BioEnergy Research

Harris Zoe M.; Alberti Giorgio; Viger Maud; Jenkins Joe R.; Rowe Rebecca; McNamara Niall P.; Taylor Gail; , 2017, Land-use change to bioenergy: grassland to short rotation coppice willow has an improved carbon balance. Global Change Biology Bioenergy, 9, 469-484

Maddison Anne L.; Camargo-Rodriguez Anyela; Scott Ian M.; Jones Charlotte M.; Elias Dafydd M.O.; Hawkins Sarah; Massey Alice; Clifton-Brown John; McNamara Niall P.; Donnison Iain S.; Purdy Sarah J.; , 2017, Predicting future biomass yield in Miscanthus using the carbohydrate metabolic profile as a biomarker. Global Change Biology Bioenergy

Robertson Andy D.; Whitaker Jeanette; Morrison Ross; Davies Christian A.; Smith Pete; McNamara Niall P.; , 2016, A Miscanthus plantation can be carbon neutral without increasing soil carbon stocks. Global Change Biology Bioenergy

Dondini Marta; Richards Mark I.A.; Pogson Mark; McCalmont Jon; Drewer Julia; Marshall Rachel; Morrison Ross; Yamulki Sirwan; Harris Zoe M.; Alberti Giorgio; Siebicke Lukas; Taylor Gail; Perks Mike; Finch Jon; McNamara Niall P.; Smith Joanne U.; Smith Pete; , 2016, Simulation of greenhouse gases following land-use change to bioenergy crops using the ECOSSE model: a comparison between site measurements and model predictions. , 8, 925-940

Thomson Amanda; Misselbrook Tom; Moxley Janet; Buys Gwen; Evans Chris; Malcolm Heath; Whitaker Jeanette; McNamara Niall; Reinsch Sabine; , 2018, Quantifying the impact of future land use scenarios to 2050 and beyond. Final report.