||Citations in WoS July-19
|Law A., A. Baker, C. Sayer, G. Foster, I.D.M. Gunn, P. Taylor, Z. Pattison, J. Blaikie, N.J. Willby (2019) The effectiveness of aquatic plants as surrogates for wider biodiversity in standing fresh waters. Freshwater Biology.
|Salgado J, Sayer CD, Brooks SJ, Davidson TA, Baker AG, Willby N, Patmore IR, Goldsmith B, Bennion H, Okamura B (2019) Connectivity and zebra mussel invasion offer short‐term buffering of eutrophication impacts on floodplain lake landscape biodiversity. Diversity and Distributions.
|Salgado, J., C. D. Sayer, S. J. Brooks, T. A. Davidson, B. Goldsmith, I. R. Patmore, A. G. Baker, and B. Okamura (2018) Eutrophication homogenizes shallow lake macrophyte assemblages over space and time. Ecosphere.
|Baird, D., Fairbairn, A., Jenkins, E., Martin, L, Middleton, C., Pearson, J., Asouti, E., Edwards, Y., Kabukcu, C., Mustafaoğlu, G., Nerissa Russell, N., Bar-Yosef, O., Jacobsen, G., Wu, X, Baker, A., Elliott, S. (2018) Agricultural origins on the Anatolian plateau. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
|Nogué, S., Whicher, K., Baker, A.G., Bhagwat, S.A. & Willis, K.J. (2017) Phytolith analysis reveals the intensity of past land use change in the Western Ghats biodiversity hotspot. Quaternary International.
|Baker, A.G., Cornelissen, P., Bhagwat, S.A., Vera, F.W.M. & Willis, KJ. (2016) Quantification of population sizes of large herbivores and their long-term functional role in ecosystems using dung fungal spores. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.
|Baker, A.G., Zimny, M., Keczyński, A., Bhagwat, S.A., Willis, K.J., Latałowa, M. (2016) Pollen productivity estimates from old-growth forest strongly differ from those obtained in cultural landscapes: Evidence from the Białowieża National Park, Poland. The Holocene.
|Seddon A.W.R., Mackay A.W., Baker, A.G., et al. (66 other authors) (2014) Looking forward through the past. Identification of fifty priority research questions in palaeoecology. Journal of Ecology.
|Baker, A.G., Bhagwat, S.A., Willis, K.J. (2013) Do dung fungal spores make a good proxy for past distribution of large herbivores? Quaternary Science Reviews.
Other research papers:
Sayer, C.D., Salgado, J., Goldsmith, B. & Baker, A. (2019) Upper Lough Erne Wetland Landscape. In: Roe, H., Whitehouse, N. and Knight, J. (eds) 2019. Late Quaternary Landscape Evolution, Palaeoenvironments and Human Occupation in the North of Ireland. QRA, London. pp. 175-183.
Kirby, K.J. & Baker, A.G. (2013) The dynamics of pre-Neolithic landscapes and their relevance to modern conservation. In Trees, forested landscapes and grazing animals, edited by I.D. Rotherham, Earthscan, Routledge, Abingdon, pp 87-98.
Jenkins E.L., Baker A.G., Elliot S. (2011) Archaeological and ethnographic studies of plant use in Jordan using phytolith analysis. In Water, Life and Civilisation, edited by Mithen S. and Black E., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Delabays, N., Bohren, C., Mermillod, G., Baker, A., and Vertenten, J. (2008) Breaking the life cycle of the Common Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) to exhaust the seed bank. I. Efficiency and optimisation of various mowing schemes. Revue Suisse d’Agriculture, 40, 143-149. (Publication in French with English abstract).
Delabays, N., Bohren, C., Mermillod, G., Baker, A., and Vertenten, J. (2008) Breaking the life cycle of the Common Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) to exhaust the seed bank. II. Efficiency of herbicides, used singly or in combination with mowing. Revue Suisse d’Agriculture, 40, 191-198. (Publication in French with English abstract).
Guest blog posts:
Baker A.G. (2016) Hydroscape’s field work is the cherry on my research cake! Hydroscape blog, research project blog for NERC’s Highlight Topic project Hydroscape.
Baker A.G. (2016) European Bison, Rewilding and Dung Fungal Spore. methods.blog, Official Blog of Methods in Ecology and Evolution.