Literature

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Boddy, L, Swift, MJ1984Wood decomposition in an abandoned beech and oak coppiced woodland in SE England
Blower, JGordon1985Synopses of the British fauna: New series Millipedes: Keys and Notes for the Identification of the Species
Scheller, U1990A list of the British Pauropoda with description of a new species of Eurypauropodidae (Myriapoda)
Hopkin, S1991A Key to the Woodlice of Britain and Ireland AIDGAP (Aids to the Identification of Difficult Groups of Animals and Plants)
Tapper, PG1992Demography of persistent juveniles in Fraxinus excelsior
Jones, CG, Lawton, JH, Shachak, M1994Organisms as ecosystem engineers
Giller, PS1996The diversity of soil communities, the 'poor man's tropical rainforest'
Skinner, GJ, Allen, GW1996Ants. Naturalists' Handbook 24
Morris, MG1997Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects Vol 5 Part 17a Broad-nosed Weevils Coleoptera:Curculionidae (Entiminae)
Rodwell, JS1998British Plant Communities Vol. 1: Woodlands and Scrub
Pyle, C, Brown, MM1999Heterogeneity of wood decay classes within hardwood logs
Alexander, KNA2002The Invertebrates of Living & Decaying Timber in Britain and Ireland: Provisional Annotated Checklist
Morris, MG2002Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects Vol. 5 Part 17b True Weevils (Part 1) Coleoptera: Curculionidae (Subfamilies Raymondionyminae to Smicronychinae)
Leps, J, Smilauer, P, Lepš, J, milauer, PŠ2003Multivariate analysis of ecological data using CANOCO
Hall, JE, Kirby, KJ, Whitbread, AM2004National vegetation classification field guide to woodland
Jabin, M, Mohr, D, Kappes, H, Topp, W2004Influence of deadwood on density of soil macro-arthropods in a managed oak–beech forest
Hillyard}, {PD2005Synopsis of the British Fauna New Series Harvestmen: Keys and Notes for the Identification of the Species
Eggleton, P, Vanbergen, AJ, Jones, DT, Lambert, MC, Rockett, C, Hammond, PM, Beccaloni, J, Marriott, D, Ross, E, Giusti, A2005Assemblages of soil macrofauna across a Scottish land-use intensification gradient: influences of habitat quality, heterogeneity and area
Krell, F-T, Chung, AYC, DeBoise, E, Eggleton, P, Giusti, A, Inward, K, Krell-Westerwalbesloh, S2005Quantitative extraction of macro-invertebrates from temperate and tropical leaf litter and soil: efficiency and time-dependent taxonomic biases of the Winkler extraction
Topp, W, Kappes, H, Kulfan, J, Zach, P2006Distribution pattern of woodlice (Isopoda) and millipedes (Diplopoda) in four primeval forests of the Western Carpathians (Central Slovakia)
Lavelle, P, Decaëns, T, Aubert, M, Barot, S, Blouin, M, Bureau, F, Margerie, P2006Soil invertebrates and ecosystem services
Luff, ML2007The Carabidae (ground Beetles) of Britain and Ireland (Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects)
Cesarz, S, Fahrenholz, N, Migge-Kleian, S, Platner, C, Schaefer, M2007Earthworm communities in relation to tree diversity in a deciduous forest
Barber, AD2008Key to the Identification of British Centipedes (Aids to the Identification of Difficult Groups of Animals and Plants)
Wight, GWild on2008Isle of Wight Biodiversity Opportunity Areas Northeastern Woods
Lott, DA2009The Staphylinidae (Rove Beetles) of Britain and Ireland: Scaphidiinae, Piestinae, Oxytelinae Pt. 5 (Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects)
Eggleton, P, Inward, K, Smith, J, Jones, DT, Sherlock, E2009A six year study of earthworm (Lumbricidae) populations in pasture woodland in southern England shows their responses to soil temperature and soil moisture
Jeffery, S, Gardi, C2009Life Beneath Our Feet: Research Challenges in Soil Biodiversity
2010UK climate - Averages - Solent MRSC
Telfer, MG2010Joy’s keys to Elateridae, Eucnemidae and Throscidae
Telfer, MG2010Joy’s keys to Elateridae, Eucnemidae and Throscidae
Jeffrey, S, Gardi, C, Jones, A, Montanarella, L, Jeffery, S2010European atlas of soil biodiversity
Lott, DA, Anderson, R2011The Staphylinidae (Rove Beetles) of Britain and Ireland: Oxyporinae, Steninae, Euaesthetinae, Pseudopsinae, Paederinae, Staphylininae Part 7 and 8 (Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects)
Carpenter, D, Sherlock, E, Jones, DT, Chiminoides, J, Writer, T, Neilson, R, Boag, B, Keith, AM, Eggleton, P2011Mapping of earthworm distribution for the British Isles and Eire highlights the under-recording of an ecologically important group
Krogh, PHenning, Jones, A, Montanarella, L, Gardi, C, Jeffery, S2011Soil biodiversity
2012Ancient Woodland (England)
Braak, CJFTer, Smilauer, P2012Canoco reference manual and user's guide: software for ordination, version 5.0.
Sherlock, E2012A Key to the Earthworms of the UK and Ireland. AIDGAP (Aids to the Identification of Difficult Groups of Animals and Plants)
Hubble, D2012Keys to the adults of Seed and Leaf Beetles of the British Isles AIDGAP (Aids to the Identification of Difficult Groups of Animals and Plants)
Carpenter, D, Hammond, PM, Sherlock, E, Lidgett, A, Leigh, K, Eggleton, P2012Biodiversity of soil macrofauna in the New Forest: a benchmark study across a national park landscape
2013Geology of Britain viewer
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De Caceres, M, Jansen, F2013Package 'indicspecies'
Institute, NSoil Resou2013Academic Soils Site Report for location 453011E, 92625N, 1km x 1km, National Soil Resources
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