Rob H. Marrs
Rob H. Marrs
School of Environmental Sciences, University of Liverpool
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Soil fertility and nature conservation in Europe: theoretical considerations and practical management solutions
RH Marrs
Advances in ecological research 24, 241-300, 1993
Biotic homogenization and changes in species diversity across human-modified ecosystems
SM Smart, K Thompson, RH Marrs, MG Le Duc, LC Maskell, LG Firbank
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1601), 2659-2665, 2006
Changes in soil nitrogen-mineralization and nitrification along an altitudinal transect in tropical rain forest in Costa Rica
RH Marrs, J Proctor, A Heaney, MD Mountford
The Journal of Ecology, 466-482, 1988
A comparison of soil fertility between semi-natural and agricultural plant communities: Implications for the creations of species-rich grassland on abondoned agricultural land
MW Gough, RH Marrs
Biological Conservation 51 (2), 83-96, 1990
Do restored calcareous grasslands on former arable fields resemble ancient targets? The effect of time, methods and environment on outcomes
KC Fagan, RF Pywell, JM Bullock, RH Marrs
Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (4), 1293-1303, 2008
Biological flora of the British isles: Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn
RH Marrs, AS Watt
Journal of Ecology 94 (6), 1272-1321, 2006
Assessment of the effects of herbicide spray drift on a range of plant species of conservation interest
RH Marrs, CT Williams, AJ Frost, RA Plant
Environmental Pollution 59 (1), 71-86, 1989
Ecological restoration and land reclamation in open-cast mines in Shanxi Province, China
Z Miao, R Marrs
Journal of Environmental Management 59 (3), 205-215, 2000
A study of succession on lowland heaths in Dorset, southern England: changes in vegetation and soil chemical properties
RJ Mitchell, RH Marrs, MG Le Duc, MHD Auld
Journal of applied ecology, 1426-1444, 1997
Large-scale changes in the abundance of common higher plant species across Britain between 1978, 1990 and 1998 as a consequence of human activity: tests of hypothesised changes …
SM Smart, RGH Bunce, R Marrs, M LeDuc, LG Firbank, LC Maskell, ...
Biological Conservation 124 (3), 355-371, 2005
Influence of environmental factors on the growth and interactions between salt marsh plants: effects of salinity, sediment and waterlogging
JM Huckle, JA Potter, RH Marrs
Journal of Ecology 88 (3), 492-505, 2001
Ecosystem stability and resilience: a review of their relevance for the conservation management of lowland heaths
RJ Mitchell, MHD Auld, MG Le Duc, MH Robert
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 3 (2), 142-160, 2000
Techniques for reducing soil fertility for nature conservation purposes: a review in relation to research at Roper's Heath, Suffolk, England
RH Marrs
Biological Conservation 34 (4), 307-332, 1985
Determination of buffer zones to protect seedlings of non-target plants from the effects of glyphosate spray drift
RH Marrs, AJ Frost, RA Plant, P Lunnis
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 45 (3-4), 283-293, 1993
The ecology of bracken: its role in succession and implications for control
RH Marrs, MG Le Duc, RJ Mitchell, D Goddard, S Paterson, RJ Pakeman
Annals of Botany 85, 3-15, 2000
The conservation value of bracken Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn-dominated communities in the UK, and an assessment of the ecological impact of bracken expansion or its removal
RJ Pakeman, RH Marrs
Biological Conservation 62 (2), 101-114, 1992
Altitudinal Trends in Leaf Nutrient Contents, Leaf Size and| delta 13 C of Alchemilla alpina
MD Morecroft, FI Woodward, RH Marris
Functional Ecology, 730-740, 1992
Ecosystem development on naturally colonized china clay wastes: I. Vegetation changes and overall accumulation of organic matter and nutrients
RD Roberts, RH Marrs, RA Skeffington, AD Bradshaw
The Journal of Ecology, 153-161, 1981
A microcosm approach to the detection of the effects of herbicide spray drift in plant communities
RH Marrs, AJ Frost
Journal of Environmental Management 50 (4), 369-388, 1997
Nitrogen and the development of ecosystems
RH Marrs, RD Roberts, RA Skeffington, AD Bradshaw
Symposium of the British Ecological Society, 1983
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