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Stratford, Charlie; Jones, Laurence; Mountford, Owen; Amy, Sam; Peyton, Jodey; Hulmes, Lucy; Hulmes, Sarah; Redhead, John. 2014 Survey and analysis of vegetation and hydrological change in English dune slack habitats. [Impact (Summary)]

Roy, Helen; Hyman, Roselle; Botham, Marc; Amy, Sam; Staley, Joanna; Savage, Joanna; Comont, Richard; Ball, Sara; Hulmes, Lucy; Redhead, John; Dean, Hannah; Peyton, Jodey. 2012 Open Farm Sunday, Pollinator Survey. [Dissemination / Communication]

Staley, Joanna; Amy, Sam; Facey, Sarah; Pywell, Richard. 2012 Hedgerow conservation and management: a review of 50 years of applied research in the UK. In: Dover, John W., (ed.) Hedgerow Futures: Proceedings of the 1st International Hedgelink Conference. Published for Hedgelink by the Tree Council, 111-133.

Staley, Joanna T.; Sparks, Tim H.; Croxton, Philip J.; Baldock, Katherine C.R.; Heard, Matthew S.; Hulmes, Sarah; Hulmes, Lucy; Peyton, Jodey; Amy, Sam R.; Pywell, Richard F.. 2012 Long-term effects of hedgerow management policies on resource provision for wildlife. Biological Conservation, 145 (1). 24-29. 10.1016/j.biocon.2011.09.006

Wagner, M.; Peyton, J.; Hulmes, S.; Hulmes, L.; Amy, S.; Savage, J.; Heard, M.S.; Bullock, J.M.; Pywell, R.F.. 2012 Species-specific establishment requirements in calcareous grassland restoration. In: Peele, Steve; Chesterton, Chris; Cooke, Andrew; Jefferson, Richard; Martin, David; Smith, Barbara; Smith, Stuart; Tallowin, Jerry, (eds.) Restoring diverse grassland: what can be achieved where, and what will it do for us? Wellesbourne, Association of Applied Biologists, 23-30. (Aspects of Applied Biology, 115).

Mountford, J.O.; Amy, S.; Carey, P.D.; Cooke, A.I.; Radley, G.P.. 2010 Higher Level Stewardship (HLS) – developing a standard method for evaluation of agreements against objectives. In: Agri-environment schemes – what have they achieved and where do we go from here? Association of Applied Biologists, 27-33. (Aspects of Applled Biology, 100).

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