Publications about new native woodlands

Harmer, R. (2002). Creation of woodlands by natural colonisation in lowland England. In: Restocking of storm-felled forests: new approaches.  Proceedings of an International Workshop in Denmark, March 2001.  Ed. A. Brunner.  Danish Centre for Forest, Landscape and Planning Report No. 12, Hørsholm, 109-111.

Harmer, R., Peterken, G., Kerr, G. and Poulton, P. (2001). Vegetation changes during 100 years of development of two secondary woodlands on abandoned arable land. Biological Conservation 101, 291-304.

Kerr, G., Harmer, R. and Moss, S.R. (2000). A century of vegetation change at Broadbalk Wilderness. In Long-term studies in British Woodland (ed K. J. Kirby and M. D. Morecroft) English Nature Science 34, 41-47.

Harmer, R. (1999). Creating new native woodlands: turning ideas into reality. Forestry Commission Information Note 15 (PDF-92K)

Harmer, R. (1999). Using natural colonisation to create or expand new woodlands. Forestry Commission Information Note 23 (PDF-63K)

Hodge, S. J. and Harmer, R. (1996). Woody colonisation on unmanaged urban and ex-industrial sites. Forestry 69, 245-261.

Kerr, G., Harmer, R. and Moss, S.R. (1996). Natural colonisation: a study of Broadbalk Wilderness. Aspects of Applied Biology 44, Vegetation Management in Forestry, Amenity and Conservation Areas: Managing for Multiple Objectives, 25-32.

Harmer, R. and Kerr, G. (1995). Creating woodlands: to plant trees or not? In The ecology of woodland creation. (ed. R. Ferris-Kaan) John Wiley & Sons, 113 –128.

Hodge, S.J. and Harmer, R. (1995). The creation of woodland habitats in urban and post-industrial environments.  Land Contamination and Reclamation, 3, 86-88.


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