Publications from the AIR3 Project "Field Boundary Habitats for Wildlife, Crop and Environmental Protection"

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Field Boundary Habitats For Wildlife, Crop And Environmental Protection

AIR3 - CT 920476

Publications

Baudry, J., Morvan, N., Thenail, C., Denis, D., Burel, F., Le Coeur, D. & Dubs, F. (1995) Comparison of the ecology and the agriculture of three bocage landscapes in Brittany (France). Structural analysis. Congress of the International Association for Landscape Ecology "The Future of our Landscapes", Toulouse.

Booij, C.J.H., W. van der Werf, W. Joenje & J. Theunissen. (1995) Architectuur van agroecosystemen; consequenties voor plagen, ziekten, antagonisten en onkruiden. In: Hoe ecologisch kan de landbouw worden? A.J. Haverkort & P.A. van der Werff (eds.) AB-DLO Thema's 3, Wageningen, pp.81-95.

Burel, F. (1996) Hedgerows and their role in agricultural landscapes. Critical Review in Plant Sciences, 15, 169-190.

Burel, F., Baudry, J., Butet, A., Clergeau, P., Delettre, Y., Le Coeur, D., Dubs, F., Morvan, N., Paillet, G., Petit, S., Thenail, C., Brunel, E. & Lefeuvre, J.-C. (1998) Comparative biodiversity along a gradient of agricultural landscapes. Acta Oecologia, 19(1), 47-60.

Denis, D., Thenail, C., Petit, S., Morvan, N., Mérot, Ph., Le Coeur, D., Dubs, F., Burel, F. & Baudry, J. (1995) A Method for Analyzing Field Boundaries. Computerized management of data. INRA-SAD et Universite de Rennes.

Dorp van, D., Schippers, P., Groenendael van, J.M. (1997). Migration rates of grassland plants along corridors in fragmented landscapes assessed with a cellular automaton model. Landscape Ecology 12, 39-50.

Dubs, F. & Burel, F. (1995) Relationships between bird assemblages and landscape hedgerow network: a multiscale approach. Congress of the International Association for Landscape Ecology "The Future of our Landscapes", Toulouse.

Gerowitt, B. (1995) INTEX - An interdisciplinary project combining farming system development with applied research. European Journal of Plant Pathology, XIII. International Plant Protection Conference, The Hague, 1995, pp. 38.

Jansen, R. 1995. Plant competition at an individual level: the testing of a spatial competition model. Internal report, Dept. TPE-AUW, pp.27 (in Dutch).

Joenje, W., & Kleijn, D. (1994) Plant distribution across arable field ecotones in the Netherlands. Field Margins Integrating Agriculture and Conservation, Monograph No. 58. pp. 323-328. British Crop Protection Council, Thornton Heath, Surrey, UK, Warwick, UK.

Joenje, W. (1995) No-input crop edge management: five years of practice in cereals. European Journal of Plant Pathology Abstracts of the XIII International Plant Protection Congress, The Hague, no.447.

Joenje, W. & G.R. de Snoo (1995) Akkerranden-beheer: kansen voor flora en fauna. Proceedings Studiedag "Akkerranden", pp.15-24.

Kleijn, D. (1996) The use of nutrient resources from arable fields by plants in field boundaries Journal of Applied Ecology, 33, 1433-1440.

Kleijn, D. (1997) Species richness and weed abundance in the vegetation of arable field boundaries. PhD, Agricultural University, Wageningen.

Kleijn, D., Joenje, W. & Kropff, M.J. (1997) Patterns in species composition of arable field boundary vegetation. Acta Botanica Neerlandica, 46(2), 175-192.

Kleijn, D., Joenje, W., Le Coeur, D. & Marshall, E.J.P. (1998) Similarities in vegetation development of newly established herbaceous strips along contrasted European field boundaries. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 68, 13-26.

Kleijn, D. & Snoeijing, G.I.J. (1997) Field boundary vegetation and the effects of agrochemical drift: botanical change caused by low levels of herbicide and fertilizer. Journal of Applied Ecology, 34(6), 1413-1425.

Kleijn, D. & van der Voort, L.A.C. (1997) Conservation headlands for rare arable weeds: the effects of fertilizer application and light penetration on plant growth. Biological Conservation, 81, 57-67.

Le Coeur, D. (1996) La végétation des éléments linéaires non cultivés des paysages agricoles: identification ŕ plusieurs échelles spatiales, des facteurs de la richesse et de la composition floristiques des peuplements. PhD Thesis, 251 pp. Sciences Biologiques. Université de Rennes 1.

Le Coeur, D., Moonen, C., Baudry, J. & Burel, F. (1994). How do field margin plants experience landscape features? In Tallis, J.H., Norman, H.J. & Benton, R.A. (eds) Progress to meet the Challenge of Environmental Change, Proceedings of the VI International Congress of Ecology, Manchester, UK.

Le Coeur, D., Moonen, C., Baudry, J & Burel, F. (1995) Can we predict field margin flora from landscape structure. Congress of the International Association for Landscape Ecology "The Future of our Landscapes", Toulouse.

Le Coeur, D., Baudry, J. & Burel, F. (1997) Field margins plant assemblages: variation partitioning between local and landscape factors. Landscape & Urban Planning, 37, 57-71.

Marshall, E. J. P. (1995) Research on Field Margin Boundary Strips: Identifying Goals and Developing Appropriate Techniques. Field Margin Strip Programmes. Proceedings of a Technical Seminar. (ed E. Jörg), pp. 16 26. Landesanstalt für Pflanzenbau und Pflanzenschutz, Mainz, Germany.

Marshall, E. J. P. (1995) Political aspects and economics of field margin strips. Field Margin Strip Programmes. Proceedings of a Technical Seminar. (ed E. Jörg), pp. 147 150. Landesanstalt für Pflanzenbau und Pflanzenschutz, Mainz, Germany.

J. Marshall, J. Baudry, F. Burel, W. Joenje, B. Gerowitt, M. Paoletti, G. Thomas, D. Kleijn, D. Le Coeur, C. Moonen. (2002) Field boundary habitats for wildlife, crop and environmental protection. In: Landscape Ecology in Agroecosystems Management, (ed) L. Ryszkowski. pp. 219-247. CRC Press, Boca Raton.

Marshall, E. J. P., Joenje, W., & Burel, F. (1994) European Research Network on Field Margin Ecology. Field Margins Integrating Agriculture and Conservation, Monograph No. 58 pp. 403 404. British Crop Protection Council, Thornton Heath, Surrey, UK, Warwick, UK.

Marshall, E.J.P. & Moonen, C. (1997) Patterns of plant colonisation in extended field margin strips and their implications for nature conservation. Species Dispersal and Land Use Processes, (ed Cooper, A. & Power, J.), pp. 221-228. IALE(UK).

Marshall, E.J.P. & Moonen, C. (1998). A review of field margin conservation strips in Europe. A report for the UK Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. 92 pp No. IACR - Long Ashton Research Station.

Marshall, E. J. P., Thomas, C. F. G., Joenje, W., Kleijn, D., Burel, F., & Le Coeur, D. (1994) Establishing vegetation strips in contrasted European farm situations. Field Margins Integrating Agriculture and Conservation, Monograph No. 58 pp. 335 340. British Crop Protection Council, Farnham, Surrey, UK, Warwick, UK.

Marshall, E. J. P., Thomas, C. F. G., Joenje, W., Kleijn, D., Schippers, P., Burel, F., & Le Coeur, D. (1994) Extending field boundary habitats to enhance farmland wildlife and improve crop and environmental protection in arable farming systems. 3rd European Society of Agronomy Congress, pp. 820 821. ESA, Padova, Italy.

Marshall, E. J. P., West, T. M., & Winstone, L. (1994) Extending field boundary habitats to enhance farmland wildlife and improve crop and environmental protection. Arable Farming under CAP Reform. Aspects of Applied Biology No. 40, (ed J. Clarke, A. Lane, A. Mitchell, M. Ramans, & P. Ryan), pp. 387 391. Association of Applied Biologists, Wellesbourne, UK.

Marshall, E.J.P., Baudry, J., Moonen, C., Fevre, E. & Thomas, C.F.G. (1996) Factors affecting the floral diversity in European field margin networks. The Spatial Dynamics of Biodiversity. Proceedings 5th Annual IALE(UK) Conference., (ed Simpson, I. & Dennis, P.), pp. 97 104. IALE(UK).

Moonen, C. (1995) The factors influencing field margin vegetation in two contrasted agricultural landscapes: bocage and polder. MSc thesis. INRA-SAD, Rennes and Dept. of Physical Planning & Rural Development, Wageningen. 118 pp. & 10 App.

Moonen, C. (1995) Farming systems, field margins and landscape: a case study of 13 farms in De Achterhoek. MSc Thesis, report of the Dept. of Theoretical Production Ecology, Agric.University Wageningen, 52 pp. & 11 App.

Moonen, C., Thenail, C. & Volland, D. (1995) Farm management diversity and its effects on field boundary vegetation in two contrasted agricultural landscapes in Brittany (France). Congress of the International Association for Landscape Ecology "The Future of our Landscapes", Toulouse.

Paoletti M.G., Sommaggio D. Petruzzelli G., Pezzarossa B. and M. Barbafieri, 1995. Soil Invertebrates as Monitoring Tools for Agricultural
Sustainability. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne, 64:113-122.

Paoletti M. G. and M.Bressan, 1996. Soil Invertebrates as bioindicators of Human Disturbance. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences, 15(1): 21-62.

Paoletti M.G., Sommaggio D., M. Bressan and E. Celano, 1996. Can sustainable agriculture practices affect biodiversity in agricultural
landscapes? A case study concerning orchards in Italy. Acta Jutlandica, 71(2): 241-254.

Paoletti M.G., P. Boscolo and D. Sommaggio, 1997. Predators-parasitoids and beneficial insects in fields sorrounded by hedgerows in North Eastern
Italy. Entomological Research in Organic Agriculture. Biological Agriculture and Horticulture, 15(1-4): 311-323.

Schippers, P. 1995. The effect of measures to improve plant diversity on the species survival in the field margin: a model approach. Proceedings studiedag 'Akkerranden' (in press).

Thomas, C. F. G. (1995) A rapid method for handling and marking carabids in the field. Acta Jutlandica, 70(2), 57 59.

Thomas, C. F. G., Cooke, H., Bauly, J., & Marshall, E. J. P. (1994) Invertebrate colonisation of overwintering sites in different field boundary habitats. Arable Farming under CAP Reform. Aspects of Applied Biology No. 40, (ed J. Clarke, A. Lane, A. Mitchell, M. Ramans, & P. Ryan), pp. 229 232. Association of Applied Biologists, Wellesbourne, UK, Cambridge, UK.

Thomas, C.F.G. & Marshall, E.J.P. (1999) Arthropod abundance and diversity in differently vegetated margins of arable fields. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 72, 131-144.

Thomas, C.F.G., Parkinson, L. & Marshall, E.J.P. (1998) Isolating the components of activity-density for the carabid beetle Pterostichus melanarius in farmland. Oecologia, 116, 103-112.

Thomas, C.F.G., Parkinson, L., Griffiths, G.J.K., Fernandez Garcia, A., Marshall, E.J.P. (2001) Aggregation and temporal stability of carabid beetle distributions in field and hedgerow habitats. Journal of Applied Ecology, 38, 100-109.

Tsiouris, S. & Marshall, E.J.P. (1998) Observations on patterns of granular fertiliser deposition beside hedges and its likely effects on the botanical composition of field margins. Annals of Applied Biology, 132, 115-127.

Voort, L.van der (1995) De invloed van bemesting en lichtintensiteit op de concurrentiekracht van vijf zeldzame akkeronkruiden. MSc Thesis, Dept. Theor. Production Ecology, Wageningen Agricultural University, 34 pp.

 


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