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.
Field Botany and natural history papers:
Pescott O. & Baker A.G. (2015) Alien grasses in urban Sheffield: An update on Water Bent and some predicted colonists. The Sorby Record, 50, 62-65
Baker A.G. (2014) How does our society deal with your biological records? The Sorby Newsletter, no 566, p.8-9.
Baker A.G. & Pescott O. (2014) How did Polypogon viridis (Water Bent) find itself on the streets of the British Isles? BSBI news, no 125.
Baker A.G. (2014) Cymbalaria hepaticifolia (Corsican Toadflax) and Cotula squalida (Leptinella) newly recorded naturalised in vc 57, Derbyshire. BSBI news, no 125.
Pescott O & Baker A.G. (2013) Water bent (Polypogon viridis) new to Sheffield and South Yorkshire. The Sorby Newsletter, no 552, p.8-9
Baker A.G. & Southon G.E. (2013) Malling Toadflax Population New to Oxfordshire. BSBI News, no: 123, p.64.
Baker A.G. & Southon G.E. (2012) Moor Copse extension Site Flora: http://www.bsbi.org.uk/site_floras.html