Chris Quine, MA, MSc, FICFor, PhD

Head of Centre for Ecosystems, Society and Biosecurity

Chris Quine

Email: chris.quine@forestry.gsi.gov.uk

Tel: +44 (0)300 067 5900
Tel direct: +44 (0)300 067 5976
Fax: +44 (0)131 445 5124

Address:
Forest Research
Northern Research Station
Roslin
Midlothian EH25 9SY
UK

Prof Chris Quine studied for a first degree in geography at Cambridge University, followed by a Masters in Forestry at Oxford University, and then joined the Forestry Commission in South Scotland. After five years of forest management he moved to Forest Research, and has since conducted research in several fields of forestry research. He obtained a PhD in forest ecology from Edinburgh University and has been awarded an Honorary Professorship by the University of Stirling.

Current role

Head of Centre for Ecosystems, Society and Biosecurity

Provides strategic leadership and directs the work of the Centre, ensuring a sound scientific approach is adopted and that organisational objectives with regard to winning new grants/contracts, working in partnership with other organisations and achieving innovation and scientific excellence are achieved. Additional responsibilities include membership of Forest Research's Executive Board, representation and co-ordination of Forest Research's facilities and staff as Head of Station at the Northern Research Station (NRS) and active involvement in several research projects.

Current programmes

  • Co-investigator LWEC Tree Health and Plant Biosecurity Initiative Phase 2 Project “Understanding Public Risk Concerns: An investigation into the social perception, interpretation and communication of tree health risks” - The UNPICK website, hosted by Imperial College, is now live: http://www.imperial.ac.uk/unpick
  • Collaborator in LWEC Tree Health and Plant Biosecurity Initiative Phase 2 Project “Modelling economic impact and strategies to increase resilience against tree disease outbreaks” – see FOREMOD website
  • Work package leader ‘Resilience’ in Defra ‘Future Proofing Plant Health’ programme

Recent programmes

Affiliations and achievements

  • Co-ordinating lead author of Woodlands chapter for UK National Ecosystem Assessment
  • Trustee and Chair of the projects committee of the Scottish Forestry Trust
  • Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Foresters
  • Member of Scottish Natural Heritage’s Expert Panel to the Scientific Advisory Committee
  • Member of the Scientific and Technical Group of the Scottish Biodiversity Strategy
  • Member of editorial panel of the OUP journal 'Forestry'
  • Founder and Past leader of IUFRO Unit 8.08.02 'Impact of winds on forests'.
  • Member of the Advisory Panel for the National School of Forestry, University of Cumbria

Research areas

  • Interface between ecological and social studies
  • Risk communication
  • Ecosystem services and integrated land use
  • Biodiversity of managed forests
  • Interdisciplinary approaches to land management
  • Resilience and tree health

Main recent publications

Fuller, L. & Quine, C. P. 2015. Resilience and tree health: a basis for implementation in sustainable forest management. Forestry. doi:10.1093/forestry/cpv046

Kubasiewicz, L. M., Bunnefeld, N., Tulloch, A. I. T., Quine, C. P. & Park, K. J. 2015. Diversionary feeding: an effective management strategy for conservation conflict? Biodiversity And Conservation, 25, 1-22.

Quine, C.P. 2015. The curious case of the even-aged plantation: wretched, funereal or misunderstood? Chapter 15 in Kirby, K. and Watkins, C. (eds)  Europe’s Changing Woods and Forests: From Wildwood to Managed Landscape. CABI. 207-223.

Brown, I., Berry, P., Everard, M., Firbank , L., Harrison, P., Lundy, L., Quine, C., Rowan, J., Wade, R. & Watts, K. 2015. Identifying robust response options to manage environmental change using an Ecosystem Approach: A stress-testing case study for the UK. Environmental Science and Policy, 52, 74-88.

Brown, I., Harrison, P., Ashley, J., Berry, P., Everard, M., Firbank, L., Hull, S., Lundy, L., Quine, C., Rowan, J., Wade, R., Walmsley, S., Watts, K., & Kass, G. (2014) UK National Ecosystem Assessment Follow-on. Work Package Report 8: Robust response options: What response options might be used to improve policy and practice for the sustainable delivery of ecosystem services? UNEP-WCMC, LWEC, UK.

Marzano, M., Quine, C. P. and N. Dandy. 2014. Forests for all? Considering the conservation implications of human-species interactions in the context of multifunctional forestry.in T. Fenning, editor. Challenges and Opportunities for the World’s Forests in the 21st Century. Springer.

Broome, A. C., Connolly, T. & Quine, C. P. 2014. Does variable intensity thinning enhance capercaillie brood habitat in Scots pine plantations? Forest Ecology and Management, 314.

Wilson, J. D., Anderson, R., Bailey, S., Chetcuti, J., Cowie, N. R., Hancock, M. H., Quine, C. P., Russell, N., Stephen, L. & Thompson, D. B. A. 2014. Modelling edge effects of mature forest plantations on peatland waders informs landscape-scale conservation. Journal of Applied Ecology, 51, 204-213.

Marzano, M., K. Blennow, and Quine, C. P., 2013. Risk management and risk perception – understanding the social dimensions in responding to storm damage.in B. A. Gardiner, editor. Living with Storm Damage to Forests. EFI, Joensuu.

Quine, C.P., Bailey, S.A. and Watts, K. 2013.  Sustainable forest management in a time of ecosystem services frameworks: common ground and consequences.  Journal of Applied Ecology, 50, 863-867

Caryl, F. M., C.P.Quine, and K. J. Park. 2012. Marten in the matrix: the importance of non-forested habitats for forest carnivores in fragmented landscapes. Journal of Mammalogy, 93, 464-474.

Twiddle, C. L. and C.P.Quine. 2012. Revealing the vegetation history of Inshriach Forest:  application of new quantitative reconstruction techniques to pollen records covering 3000 years. Scottish Forestry 65:19-27.

Caryl, F. M., R. Raynor, C.P.Quine, and K. J. Park. 2012. The seasonal diet of British pine marten determined from genetically identified scats. Journal of Zoology doi:10.1111/j.1469-7998.2012.00951.x

Dandy, N., S. Ballantyne, D. Moseley, R. Gill, C.P.Quine, and R. Van Der Wal. 2012. Exploring beliefs behind support for and opposition to wildlife management methods: a qualitative study. European Journal of Wildlife Research:1-12.

Marzano, M., D. Moseley, C.P.Quine, and J. Barnett. 2012. Organisational intentions and responses: presenting the risk of Lyme disease to countryside users. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management:1-24.

Quine, C. P., C. Cahalan, A. Hester, J. Humphrey, K. Kirby, A. Moffat, and G. Valatin. (2011). Ch 8 Woodlands.in R.Watson and S.Albon, editors. UK National Ecosystem Assessment. UNEP & Defra.

Quine, C. P., J. Barnett, A. D. M. Dobson, A. Marcu, M. Marzano, D. Moseley, L. O'Brien, S. E. Randolph, J. L. Taylor, and D. Uzzell. (2011). Frameworks for risk communication and disease management: the case of Lyme disease and countryside users. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 366, 2010-2022.

Moffat, A. J., and C. P. Quine. (2011). The ecosystem services framework: a new opportunity for UK forestry? . Pages 55-62 in Landscape Ecology and Ecosystem Services, Proceedings of the 18th Annual Conference of the International Association of Landscape Ecologists (UK). ialeUK, University of Wolverhampton.

Quine, C. P. (2011). Protecting countryside users against zoonotic diseases by influencing their behaviour. RELU Policy and Practice Note 27, Newcastle.

Quine, C. P., and D. Edwards. (2011). Why do woodlands matter to Scotland? The source of the fifth element and more. Pages 341-354 in S.J. Marrs, S. Foster, C. Hendrie, E.C.Mackey, and D. B. A. Thompson (editors) The Changing Nature of Scotland. TSO and SNH, Edinburgh.

Dandy, N., Ballantyne, S., Moseley, D., Gill, R., Peace, A. and Quine, C. (2011). Preferences for wildlife management methods among the peri-urban public in Scotland. European Journal of Wildlife Research, Volume 57, Issue 6 (2011), Page 1213-1221. [DOI: 10.1007/s10344-011-0534-x]

Caryl, F.M., C. P. Quine, and K. J. Park. (In press). Marten in the matrix: the importance of non-forested habitats for forest carnivores in fragmented landscapes. Journal of Mammalogy.

Twiddle, C. L., and C. P. Quine. (In press). Revealing the vegetation history of Inshriach Forest:  application of new quantitative reconstruction techniques to pollen records covering 3000 years. Scottish Forestry.

Young, J. C., M. Marzano, R. White, D. McCracken, S. Redpath, D. Carss, C. P. Quine, and A. Watt. (2010). The emergence of biodiversity conflicts from biodiversity impacts: characteristics and management strategies. Biodiversity and Conservation 19:3973-3990.

Moffat, A. J., C. P. Quine, and H. McKay. (2010). The state of the natural environment:  Land use and the future of forestry Government Office for Science, London.

Quine, C. P., and D. Ray. (2010). Sustainable forestry - which species for which site for which world? In J. Baxter and C. A. Galbraith, editors. Species Management; Challenges and Solutions for the 21st Century. TSO and SNH, Edinburgh.

Quine, C. P., and J. W. Humphrey. (2010). Plantations of exotic tree species in Britain: irrelevant for biodiversity or novel habitat for native species? Biodivers Conserv 19:1503-1512.

Watts, K., A. E. Eycott, P. Handley, D. Ray, J. W. Humphrey, and C. Quine. (2010). Targeting and evaluating biodiversity conservation action within fragmented landscapes: An approach based on generic focal species and least-cost networks. Landscape Ecology 25:1305-1318.

Quine, C.P., and Watts, K. (2009). Successful de-fragmentation of woodland by planting in an agricultural landscape? An assessment based on landscape indicators. Journal of Environmental Management. 90, 251-259.

Brockerhoff, E.G., Jactel, H., Parrotta, J.A., Quine, C.P. and Sayer, J. (2008). Plantation forests and biodiversity: Oxymoron or opportunity? Biodiversity & Conservation 17:925-951.

Quine, C.P., and Malcolm, D.C. (2007). Wind-driven gap development in Birkley Wood, a long-term retention of planted spruce in upland Britain. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37.1787-1796.

Quine, C.P., Fuller, R.J., Smith, K. and Grice, P. (2007). Stand level management in British woodlands: consequences for woodland structure and bird populations. Ibis On-line. 149, 161-174.

Fuller, R.J., Gaston, K.J., and Quine, C.P. (2007). Living in the edge: British and Irish woodland birds in a European context. Ibis On-line. 149, 53-63.

Fuller, R. J., Smith, K.W., Grice, P.V., Currie, F.A. and Quine, C.P. (2007). Habitat change and woodland birds in Britain: implications for management and future research. Ibis On-line. 149, 261-268.

Brockerhoff, E.G., Jactel, H., Parrotta, J.A., Quine, C.P. and Sayer, J. (2007). Evaluating biodiversity in fragmented landscapes: applications of landscape ecology tools. Information Note 85, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh.

Humphrey, J. W., Quine, C.P. and Watts, K. (2006). The influence of forest and woodland management on biodiversity in Scotland: recent findings and future prospects. Pages 59-75 in R. Davison and C. A. Galbraith, editors. Farming, Forestry and the Natural Heritage: towards a more integrated approach. Scottish Natural Heritage, Edinburgh.

Quine, C.P., and Gardiner, B.A. (2006). Understanding how the interaction of wind and trees results in windthrow, stem breakage and gap formation. Pages 103 – 155 in E. A. Johnson and K. Miyanishi, editors. Plant disturbance ecology: the process and the response. Academic Press (Elsevier), New York.

Quine, C.P., Watts, K., Ray, D. and Humphrey, J.W. (2006). Landscape ecology: emerging approaches for planning and management of forests and woodlands within Britain. Pages 54-61 in Forest Research Annual Report and Accounts: 2004 - 2005. The Stationery Office, Edinburgh.

Bryce, J., Cartmel, S. and Quine, C.P. (2005). Habitat use by red and grey squirrels: results of two recent studies and implications for management. Information Note 74, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh.

Watts, K., Humphrey, J.W., Griffiths, M.W., Quine, C.P. and Ray, D. (2005). Evaluating biodiversity in fragmented forest landscapes: principles. Information Note 73, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh.

Watts, K., Griffiths, M.W., Quine, C.P. and Ray, D. (2005). Towards a Woodland Habitat Network for Wales. Countryside Council for Wales, Bangor.

Quine, C.P., Humphrey, J.W. and Watts, K. (2004). Biodiversity in the UK's forests - recent policy developments and future research challenges. Pages 237-248 in R. Paivanen and A. Franc, editors. Towards the Sustainable Use of Europe's forests - forest ecosystem and landscape research: scientific challenges and opportunities. European Forest Institute, Joensuu.

Quine, C.P. (2004). Integrating indicators of biodiversity into a tool to enhance participatory planning of landscape change: a component of the VisuLands project. Pages 321-324 in Landscape Ecology of trees and forests. IALE UK, Cirencester.

Quine, C.P., Shore, R.C. and Trout, R.C. editors. (2004). Woodland management and woodland mammals - proceedings of a joint Forestry Commission/Mammal Society symposium. Forestry Commission, Edinburgh.

Quine, C.P. (2004). Development of epicormic sprouts on Sitka spruce stems in response to windthrown gap formation, Forestry, 77 225-233. 

Quine, C.P. and Freer-Smith, P. (2004). Woodland birds in the UK - report and recommendations, FRCC, Edinburgh.

Ruck, B., Kottmeier, C., Mattheck, C., Quine, C.P. and Wilhelm, G., (eds) (2003). Wind effects on trees: proceedings of the international conference, University of Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, pp. 375.

Quine, C.P. (2003). Wind-driven gap formation and expansion in spruce forests of upland Britain, in 'Wind effects on trees' International Conference, Ruck, B., Kottmeier, C., Mattheck, C., Quine, C. P., and Wilhelm, G., Eds., University of Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, pp. 101-108.

Quine, C.P. (2003). Wind as a forest disturbance agent - and its implications for forest landscape patterns at Glen Affric, in The potential of applied landscape ecology to forest design planning, Bell, S., Ed., Forestry Commission, Edinburgh, pp. 55.

Pyatt, D.G., Fletcher, J., Rayner, W. and Quine, C.P. (2003). The natural forest mosaic: constructing the landscape pattern of potential woodland types using ESC [for Glen Affric], in The potential of applied landscape ecology to forest design planning, Bell, S., Ed., Forestry Commission, Edinburgh, pp. 47.

Moore, J., Mitchell, S.J., Maguire.D.A. and Quine, C.P. (2003). Wind damage in alternative silvicultural systems: review and synthesis of previous studies, in 'Wind effects on trees' International Conference, Ruck, B., Kottmeier, C., Mattheck, C., Quine, C. P., and Wilhelm, G., Eds., University of Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, pp. 191-198.

Humphrey, J.W., Ferris, R. and Quine, C.P. (eds) (2003). Biodiversity in Britain's Planted Forests: Results from the Forestry Commission's Biodiversity Assessment Project, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh, pp. vi + 118.

Humphrey, J.W., Newton, A.C., Latham, J., Gray, H., Kirby, K., Poulsom, E. and Quine, C. P.(eds) (2003). The restoration of wooded landscapes, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh, pp. vi+158.

Hanson, C., Palutikof, J., Osborn, T., Davies, T., Holt, T. and Quine, C.P. (2003). An integrated assessment of the potential for change in storm activity over Europe: implications for forestry in the UK, in 'Wind effects on trees' International Conference, Ruck, B., Kottmeier, C., Mattheck, C., Quine, C. P., and Wilhelm, G., Eds., University of Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, pp. 129-136.

Gardiner, B.A., Suarez, J. and Quine, C.P. (2003). Development of a GIS-based wind risk system for British forestry, in 'Wind effects on trees' International Conference, Ruck, B., Kottmeier, C., Mattheck, C., Quine, C. P., and Wilhelm, G., Eds., University of Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, pp. 145-150.

Gardiner, B.A. and Quine, C.P. (2003). Understanding wind damage to trees as an ecological disturbance: the British experience, in Biomechanics, Michigan.

Foody, G.M., Jackson, R.G. and Quine, C.P. (2003). Potential improvements in the characterization of forest canopy gaps caused by windthrow using fine spatial resolution multispectral data: comparing hard and soft classification techniques, Forest Science, 49, 444.

Quine, C.P., Humphrey, J.W., Purdy, K. and Ray, D. (2002). An approach to predicting the potential forest composition and disturbance regime for a highly modified landscape: a pilot study of Strathdon in the Scottish Highlands, Silva Fennica, 36, 233.

Trout, R.C., Quine, C.P., Dugan, D. and Summers, R.W. (2001). Alternative deer fences in core capercaillie and black grouse habitats, Forestry Commission Highland and Islands Conservancy, Dornoch.

Towers, W., McKeen, M., Hester, A.J., Malcolm, A., Ray, D., Quine, C.P., Gray, H. and Stone, D. (2001). A preliminary comparison of outputs from the Ecological Site Classification (ESC) and the Native Woodland Model (NWM), Scottish Natural Heritage, Edinburgh.

Quine, C.P. (2001). A preliminary survey of regeneration of Sitka spruce in wind-formed gaps in British planted forests, Forest Ecology and Management, 151, 37.

Humphrey, J.W. and Quine, C.P. (2001). Sitka spruce plantations in Scotland: friend or foe to biodiversity?, Glasgow Naturalist, 23, 66.

Ruel, J.-C., Quine, C.P., Meunier, S. and Suárez, J.C. (2000). Estimating windthrow risk in balsam fir stands with the ForestGales model, For. Chron., 76, 329.

Quine, C.P. (2000). Estimation of mean wind climate and probability of strong winds from assessments of relative windiness, Forestry, 73, 247.

Peltola, H., Gardiner, B., Kellomäki, S., Kolstrom, T., Lässig, R., Moore, J., Quine.C. and Ruel, J.-C. (eds) (2000). Wind and other abiotic risks to forests, in Forest Ecology and Management Volume 135.

Moore, J. and Quine, C.P. (2000). A comparison of the relative risk of wind damage to planted forests in Border Forest Park, Great Britain, and the Central North Island, New Zealand, Forest Ecology and Management, 135, 345-351.

Miller, D.R., Quine, C.P. and Hadley, W. (2000). An investigation of the potential of digital photogrammetry to provide measurements of forest characteristics and abiotic damage, Forest Ecology and Management, 135, 279-288.

Jackson, R.G., Foody, G.M. and Quine, C.P. (2000). Characterising windthrown gaps from fine spatial resolution remotely sensed data, Forest Ecology and Management, 135, 253-259.

Gardiner, B.A. and Quine, C.P. (2000). Management of forests to reduce the risk of abiotic damage - a review with particular reference to the effects of strong winds, Forest Ecology and Management, 135, 261-273.

Ferris, R., Purdy, K., Humphrey, J.W. and Quine, C.P. (2000). An introduction to new landscape ecology research in British forests., Forestry Commission.

Dunham, R., Gardiner, B., Quine, C. and Suárez, J. (2000). ForestGALES: a PC-based wind risk model for British forests - User's Guide, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh.

Suárez, J C., Gardiner, B.A. and Quine, C.P. (1999). A comparison of three methods for predicting wind speeds in complex forested terrain, Meteorological Applications, 6, 1.

Quine, C.P., Humphrey, J.W. and Ferris, R. (1999). Should the wind disturbance patterns observed in natural forests be mimicked in planted forests in the British uplands?, Forestry, 72, 337.

Quine, C.P. and Gardiner, B.A. (1998). FORESTGALES - replacing the Windthrow Hazard Classification, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh, pp. 26.

Quine, C.P. (1998). Strong winds forecast! A job for you and the new windthrow risk model FORESTGALES, Forestry  and British Timber, February, 12.

Quine, C.P. and Bell, P.D. (1998). Monitoring of windthrow occurrence and progression in spruce forests in Britain., Forestry, 71, 87.

Quine, C.P. and White, I.M.S. (1998). The potential of distance-limited topex in the prediction of site windiness, Forestry, 71, 325.

Hale, S.E., Quine, C.P. and Suárez, J.C. (1998). Climatic conditions associated with treelines of Scots Pine and Birch in Highland Scotland, Scottish Forestry, 52, 70.

Quine, C.P. and Sharpe, A.L. (1997). Evaluation of exposure and the effectiveness of shelterbelts on the Western and Northern isles of Scotland., Scottish Forestry, 51, 210.

Quine, C.P., Mackie, A.L. and Bell, P.D. (1997). In the woods with GPS, Mapping Awareness, 11, 28.

Nykänen, M.-L., Peltola, H., Quine, C.P., Kellomäki, S. and Broadgate, M. (1997). Factors affecting snow damage of trees with particular reference to European conditions, Silva Fennica, 31, 192.

Miller, D., Quine, C.P. and Broadgate, M. (1997). The application of digital photogrammetry for monitoring forest stands, in Applications of Remote Sensing in European Forest Monitoring, Kennedy, P., Ed., EUR 17685, Vienna, October 14-16 1996., pp. 57.

Quine, C.P. and Humphrey, J.W. (1996). The potential role of wind in contributing to the floral and structural diversity of planted coniferous forests in Britain, in The Spatial Dynamics of Biodiversity: towards an understanding of spatial patterns and processes in the landscape. (Proceedings of the fifth annual conference of IALE UK, University of Stirling, 9-12 September 1996), I.A.Simpson, and P.Dennis, Eds., IALE UK, pp. 183.

Quine, C.P. (1996). The chance of a windfall., Forestry and British Timber,, August 1996, 17.

Quine, C.P. (1996). The role of wind as disturbance in planted coniferous forests in Britain., in Second International workshop on disturbance dynamics in the boreal forest., Vol. Abstracts, Bergeron, Y., and Frisque, G., Eds., Universite du Quebec,, Rouyn-Noranda., pp. 201.

Mackie, A.L., Bell, P.D. and Quine, C.P. (1996). Where on earth are we with GPS?, Forestry and British Timber, 25, 39.

Quine, C.P., Coutts, M.P., Gardiner, B.A. and Pyatt, D.G. (1995). Forests and wind: management to minimise damage, HMSO, London, pp. 24.

Quine, C.P. (1995). Assessing the risk of wind damage to forests: practice and pitfalls, in Wind and Trees, Coutts, M. P., and Grace, J., Eds., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 379.

Mason, W.L. and Quine, C.P. (1995). Silvicultural possibilities for increasing structural diversity in British spruce forests: the case of Kielder forest., Forest Ecology and Management, 79(1/2), 13.

Hannah, P., Palutikof, J.P. and Quine, C.P. (1995). Predicting windspeeds for forest areas in complex terrain, in Wind and Trees, Coutts, M. P., and Grace, J., Eds., Cambridge University Press, pp. 113.

Bell, P.D., Quine, C.P. and Wright, J.A. (1995). The use of digital terrain models to calculate windiness scores for the windthrow hazard classification., Scottish Forestry, 49, 217.

Quine, C.P. and Gardiner, B.A. (1994). Could irregular forests be the stable alternative?, Continuous Cover Forestry Group Newsletter, 6, 3.

Quine, C.P. and Bell, P.D. (1994). Digital terrain models in windthrow research., Forestry and British Timber,, May 1994, 28.

Quine, C.P. (1994). Windthrow - classified information., Timber Grower, 130, 23.

Quine, C.P., and White, I. M. S. (1994). Using the relationship between rate of tatter and topographic variables to predict site windiness in upland Britain., Forestry, 67, 245.

Quine, C.P. (1994). An improved understanding of windthrow - moving from hazard towards risk, in Forestry Commission Research Information Note, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh, pp. 6.

Gardiner, B.A. and Quine, C.P. (1994). Wind damage to forests, Biomimetics, 2, 139.

Wright, J.A. and Quine, C.P. (1993). The use of a geographical information system to investigate storm damage to trees at Wykeham Forest, North Yorkshire., Scottish Forestry, 47, 166.

Quine, C.P. and Wright, J.A. (1993). The effects of the revised windiness scores on the calculation and distribution of windthrow hazard classes, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh.

Quine, C.P. and White, I.M.S. (1993). Revised windiness scores for the windthrow hazard classification: the revised scoring method, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh, pp. 6.

Quine, C.P. (1992). Windthrow as a constraint on silviculture., in Whither Silviculture, Vol. Proceedings of the ICF Wales and Marches Region Discussion Meeting, R.E. Stumbles, Ed., pp. 21.

Quine, C.P. and Gardiner, B.A. (1992). Incorporating the threat of windthrow into forest design plans., Forestry Commission Research Division, Farnham.

Hannah, P., Palutikof, J.P. and Quine, C.P. (1992). The use of statistical modelling techniques in the prediction of windspeed time-series., in Wind Energy Conversion 1992.  Proceedings of the 14th British Wind Energy Association Conference., Clayton, B. R., Ed., Mechanical Engineering Publications Ltd, London, Nottingham, pp. 267.

Gardiner, B.A., Quine, C.P., Hannah, P. and Inglis, D.W.F. (1992). Airflow over complex terrain in the West of Scotland, in European Geophysical Society XVII Assembly, Vol. Poster, Edinburgh.

Quine, C.P. and Burnand, A.C. (1991). Early growth and root architecture of Sitka spruce in relation to cultivation of a peaty ironpan afforestation site., Scottish Forestry,, 45, 175.

Quine, C.P. Burnand, A.C., Coutts, M.P. and Reynard, B.R. (1991). Effects of mounds and stumps on the root architecture of Sitka spruce on a peaty gley restocking site., Forestry, 64, 385.

Quine, C.P. and Miller, K.F. (1991). Windthrow - A factor in the choice of Silvicultural Systems., in Institute of Chartered Foresters Discussion meeting Published in , Ed., Vol. Proceedings, P. Gordon, Ed., ICF, York, pp. 71.

Quine, C.P. and Burnand, A.C. (1991). Early growth and root architecture of Sitka spruce in relation to cultivation of a peaty ironpan afforestation site., Scottish Forestry,, 45, 175.

Quine, C.P. and Gardiner, B.A. (1991). Storm damage to forests: an abiotic threat with global occurrence, in Tenth World Forestry Congress, Vol. 2, Paris, pp. 339.

Quine, C.P. (1991). Recent storm damage to trees and woodlands in southern Britain, in Research for Practical Arboriculture, Forestry Commission Bulletin 93, Vol. Forestry Commission Bulletin 93, Hodge, S. J., Ed., HMSO, London, pp. 83.

Prest, G.I., Quine, C.P. and Cameron, A.D. (1991). Windthrow of five year old Sitka spruce on an upland restocking site., Scottish Forestry, 45, 120.

Hannah, P., Palutikof, J.P., Quine, C.P. and Guo, X. (1991). Reconstruction of windspeed time series in complex terrain.  In Wind Energy Conversion 1991., in 13th British Wind Energy Association, Quarton, D. C., and Fenton, V. C., Eds., Mechanical Engineering Publications Ltd, London, Swansea, pp. 281.

Quine, C.P. (1990). Planting at stump - preliminary evidence of its effect on root architecture and tree stability., Forestry Commission.

Quine, C.P. and Reynard, B.R. (1990).  A new series of windthrow monitoring areas in upland Britain, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh, pp. 11.

Quine, C.P. (1989). Topographical exposure in forestry; letter to the Editor., Weather, 44, 267.

Quine, C.P., Gardiner, B.A. and Hill, M.K., (1989). Measurements of wind climate in upland Britain., in International Conference on Mountain Meteorology and ALPEX,, Vol. preprints, Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Quine, C.P. (1988). Damage to trees and woodlands in the storm of 15-16 October 1987, Weather, 43, 114.

Miller, K.F., Quine, C.P. and Hunt, J. (1987). The assessment of wind exposure for forestry in upland Britain., Forestry, 60, 179.