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Skelsey, P., Kettle, H., Blok, V. and MacKenzie, K. Potential impacts of climate change on the threat of potato cyst nematode species in Great Britain. Plant Pathology. Wiley.

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Category: "Refereed journal"

Kettle, H., Holtrop, G., Louis, P. and Flint, H.J. (2017). microPop: Modelling microbial populations in R. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.

Widder, S., Allen, R., AL, ET., Kettle, H. and Flint, H.J. (2016). Challenges in microbial ecology: building predictive understanding of community function and dynamics. The ISME Journal 10, 2557-2568. Nature Publishing Group.

Elston, D.A., Rivington, M., Topp, C., Muhammed, S., Potts, J.M., Butler, A., Kettle, H., Baggaley, N.J., Rees, R.M. and Matthews, R. (2015). Stratification of climate projections for efficient estimation of uncertainty and variation using weather-driven models. Climate Research 66, 1-12.

Kettle, H. and Nutter, D. (2015). stagePop: Modelling stage-structured populations in R. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6(12), 1484-1490. Wiley.

Kettle, H., Louis, P., Duncan, S.H., Flint, H.J. and Holtrop, G. (2015). Modelling the emergent dynamics of communities of human colonic microbiota. Environmental Microbiology 17(5), 1615-1630. Wiley.

Kaczmarek, A., MacKenzie, K., Kettle, H. and Blok, V. (2014). Influence of temperature on the plant parasitic nematodes Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida: assessing the impact of soil temperature. Phytopathologia Mediterranea 53(3), 396-405.

Kettle, H., O'Donnelly, R., Marion, G. and Flint, H.J. (2014). pH feedback and phenotypic diversity within bacterial functional groups of the human gut. Journal of Theoretical Biology 342(7), 62-69.

Scott, V., Kettle, H. and Merchant, C.J. (2011). Sensitivity analysis of an ocean carbon cycle model in the North Atlantic: an investigation of parameters affecting the air-sea CO2 flux, primary production and export of detritus. Ocean Science 7(3), 405-419.

Kettle, H. (2009). Using satellite-derived backscattering coefficients in addition to chlorophyll data to constrain a simple marine biogeochemical model. BioGeosciences 6, 1591-1601.

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