Richard Bradshaw
Richard Bradshaw
Emeritus Professor of Physical Geography, University of Liverpool
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The Selection of Sites for Paleovegetational Studies1
GL Jacobson, RHW Bradshaw
Quaternary research 16 (1), 80-96, 1981
Forecasting the effects of global warming on biodiversity
DB Botkin, H Saxe, MB Araújo, R Betts, RHW Bradshaw, T Cedhagen, ...
Bioscience 57 (3), 227-236, 2007
Changes in fire regimes since the Last Glacial Maximum: an assessment based on a global synthesis and analysis of charcoal data
MJ Power, J Marlon, N Ortiz, PJ Bartlein, SP Harrison, FE Mayle, ...
Climate dynamics 30 (7-8), 887-907, 2008
Plant migration and climate change: a more realistic portrait of plant migration is essential to predicting biological responses to global warming in a world drastically …
LF Pitelka, Plant Migration Workshop Group
American Scientist, 464-473, 1997
Relationships between contemporary pollen and vegetation data from Wisconsin and Michigan, USA
RHW Bradshaw, T Webb III
Ecology 66 (3), 721-737, 1985
Modern pollen-representation factors for woods in south-east England
RHW Bradshaw
The Journal of Ecology, 45-70, 1981
Holocene biomass burning and global dynamics of the carbon cycle
C Carcaillet, H Almquist, H Asnong, RHW Bradshaw, JS Carrion, ...
Chemosphere 49 (8), 845-863, 2002
A long-term perspective on ungulate–vegetation interactions
RHW Bradshaw, GE Hannon, AM Lister
Forest Ecology and Management 181 (1-2), 267-280, 2003
Challenges of ecological restoration: lessons from forests in northern Europe
P Halme, KA Allen, A Auniņš, RHW Bradshaw, G Brūmelis, V Čada, ...
Biological Conservation 167, 248-256, 2013
Estimating plant abundances from pollen percentages: the use of regression analysis
T Webb III, SE Howe, RHW Bradshaw, KM Heide
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 34 (3-4), 269-300, 1981
Towards an understanding of the Holocene distribution of Fagus sylvatica L.
T Giesecke, T Hickler, T Kunkel, MT Sykes, RHW Bradshaw
Journal of biogeography 34 (1), 118-131, 2007
Spatially-precise studies of forest dynamics
RHW Bradshaw
Vegetation history, 725-751, 1988
Regional spread and stand‐scale establishment of Fagus sylvatica and Picea abies in Scandinavia
RHW Bradshaw, M Lindbladh
Ecology 86 (7), 1679-1686, 2005
The immigration of Fagus sylvatica L. and Picea abies (L.) Karst. into a natural forest stand in southern Sweden during the last 2000 years
L Björkman, R Bradshaw
Journal of Biogeography 23 (2), 235-244, 1996
Exploring climatic and biotic controls on Holocene vegetation change in Fennoscandia
PA Miller, T Giesecke, T Hickler, RHW Bradshaw, B Smith, H Seppä, ...
Journal of Ecology 96 (2), 247-259, 2008
2000 years of forest dynamics in southern Sweden: suggestions for forest management
G Björse, R Bradshaw
Forest Ecology and Management 104 (1-3), 15-26, 1998
Climatic change, human influence and disturbance regime in the control of vegetation dynamics within Fiby Forest, Sweden
R Bradshaw, G Hannon
Journal of Ecology, 625-632, 1992
A two thousand year history of a northern Swedish boreal forest stand
RHW Bradshaw, O Zackrisson
Journal of Vegetation Science 1 (4), 519-528, 1990
Patterns and dynamics of European vegetation change over the last 15,000 years
T Giesecke, S Brewer, W Finsinger, M Leydet, RHW Bradshaw
Journal of Biogeography 44 (7), 1441-1456, 2017
Past anthropogenic influence on European forests and some possible genetic consequences
RHW Bradshaw
Forest Ecology and Management 197 (1-3), 203-212, 2004
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