Browsing by Author "Doring, T. F."

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  • Storkey, Jonathan; Doring, T. F.; Baddeley, John; Collins, Rosemary Patricia; Roderick, Stephen; Jones, H.E.; Watson, C. (2015-06-01)
    The sustainable delivery of multiple ecosystem services requires the management of functionally diverse biological communities. In an agricultural context, where conflicting services often need to be reconciled on the same ...
  • Storkey, Jonathan; Doring, T. F.; Baddeley, John; Collins, Rosemary; Roderick, Stephen; Stobart, R; Jones, H.E.; Watson, C (2015-01)
    Cover crops are sown to provide a number of ecosystem services including nutrient management, mitigation of diffuse pollution, improving soil structure and organic matter content, weed suppression, nitrogen fixation and ...
  • Schaberg, P. G.; Archetti, Marco; Lev-Yadun, [No Value]; Manetas, [No Value]; S, Y.; Leather, S. R.; Ougham, Helen J.; Hughes, N. M.; Lee, D. W.; Doring, T. F.; Hagen, S. B.; Thomas, Howard (2009-03-25)
    Ultraviolet (UV) vision, first discovered in ants more than a century ago, is a major area of interest for behavioural ecology. Because, unlike humans, many animal species can see UV light, spectrometry in the UV has ...
  • Doring, T. F.; Lev-Yadun, S.; Ougham, Helen J.; Leather, S. R.; Schaberg, P. G.; Archetti, Marco; Manetas, Y.; Thomas, Howard; Lee, D. W.; Hagen, S. B.; Hughes, N. M. (2009-03-01)
    Leaf colour change is commonly observed in temperate deciduous forests in autumn. This is not simply a side effect of leaf senescence, and, in the past decade, several hypotheses have emerged to explain the evolution of ...