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Category: "Refereed journal"

Hester, A.J., Hewison, R.L., Ross, L.C. and Potts, J.M. Drivers of long-term vegetation change in Scotland's fragmented native forests. Biological Conservation.


Category: "Refereed journal"

Mitchell, R.J., Hewison, R.L., Fielding, D.A., Fisher, J.M., Gilbert, D.J., Hurskainen, S., Pakeman, R.J., Potts, J.M. and Riach, D. (2018). Decline in atmospheric sulphur deposition and changes in climate are the major drivers of long-term change in grassland plant communities. Environmental Pollution 235, 956-964. Elsevier.

Baggaley, N.J. and Potts, J.M. (2017). Sensitivity of the PESERA soil erosion model to terrain and soil inputs. Geoderma Regional 11, 104-112. Elsevier.

Britton, A.J., Hester, A.J., Hewison, R.L., Potts, J.M. and Ross, L.C. (2017). Climate, pollution and grazing drive long-term change in moorland habitats. Applied Vegetation Science 20(2), 194-203. Wiley.

Mitchell, R.J., Hewison, R.L., Britton, A.J., Brooker, R.W., Cummins, R., Fielding, D.A., Fisher, J.M., Gilbert, D.J., Hester, A.J., Hurskainen, S., Pakeman, R.J., Potts, J.M. and Riach, D. (2017). Forty years of change in Scottish grassland vegetation: Increased richness, decreased diversity and increased dominance. Biological Conservation 212, 327-336. Elsevier.

Stutter, M., Dawson, J.J.C., Glendell, M., Napier, F., Potts, J.M., Vinten, A.J.A. and Watson, H. (2017). Evaluating the use of in-situ turbidity measurements to quantify fluvial sediment and phosphorus concentrations and fluxes in agricultural streams. Science of the Total Environment 607-608, 391-402. Elsevier.

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.

Glenk, K., Martin-Ortega, J., Pulido-Velazquez, M. and Potts, J.M. (2015). Inferring attribute non-attendance from stated choice data: implications for benefit transfer. Environmental and Resource Economics 60(4), 497-520.

Anderson, H.B., Evans, P.G., Potts, J.M., Harris, M.P. and Wanless, S. (2014). The diet of common guillemot (Uria aalge) chicks provides evidence of changing prey communities in the North Sea. Ibis 156(1), 23-34.

Britton, A.J., Mitchell, R.J., Potts, J.M. and Genney, D.R. (2014). Developing monitoring protocols for rapid surveillance of priority lichen species in Scotland. The Lichenologist 46(3), 471-482.

Dunn, S.M., Sample, J., Potts, J.M., Abel, C., Cook, Y., Taylor, C., Napier, F. and Vinten, A.J.A. (2014). Recent trends in catchment water quality in Eastern Scotland: elucidating the roles of hydrology and land use. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts 16(7), 1659-1675.

Helliwell, R., Wright, R.F., Jackson-Blake, L., Ferrier, R.C., Aherne, J., Cosby, B.J., Evans, C.D., Forsius, M., Hruska, J., Jenkins, A., Kram, P., Kopáček, J., Majer, V., Moldan, F., Posch, M., Potts, J.M., Rogora, M. and Schöpp, W. (2014). Assessing recovery from acidification of European surface waters in the year 2010: an evaluation of projections made with the MAGIC model in 1995. Environmental Science and Technology 48(22), 13280-13288. American Chemical Society (ACS), Washington, DC.

Mitchell, R.J., Beaton, J.K., Bellamy, P.E., Broome, A., Chetcuti, J., Eaton, S., Ellis, C., Gimona, A., Harmer, R., Hester, A.J., Hewison, R.L., Hodgetts, N.G., Iason, G.R., Kerr, G., Littlewood, N.A., Newey, S., Potts, J.M., Pozsgai, G., Ray, D., Sim, D.A., Stockan, J.A., Taylor, A.F.S., Taylor, P. and Woodward, S. (2014). Ash dieback in the UK: a review of the ecological and conservation implications. Biological Conservation 175, 95-109.

Chapman, S.J., Bell, J.S., Campbell, C.D., Hudson, G., Lilly, A., Nolan, A.J., Robertson, J., Potts, J.M. and Towers, W. (2013). Comparison of soil carbon stocks in Scottish soils between 1978 and 2009. European Journal of Soil Science 64, 455-465.

Demars, B.O.L., Potts, J.M., Trémolières, M., Thiébaut, G., Gougelin, N. and Nordmann, V. (2012). River macrophyte indices: not the Holy Grail!. Freshwater Biology 57(8), 1745-1759.

Mitchell, R.J., Hester, A.J., Campbell, C.D., Chapman, S.J., Cameron, C.M., Hewison, R.L. and Potts, J.M. (2012). Explaining the variation in the soil microbial community: do vegetation composition and soil chemistry explain the same or different parts of the microbial variation. Plant and Soil 351, 355-362.

Mitchell, R.J., Keith, A.M., Potts, J.M., Ross, J.M., Reid, E.J. and Dawson, L.A. (2012). Overstory and understory vegetation interact to alter soil community composition and activity. Plant and Soil 352, 65-84.

Vinten, A.J.A., Artz, R.R.E., Thomas, N., Potts, J.M., Avery, L., Langan, S.J., Watson, H., Cook, Y., Taylor, C., Abel, C., Reid, E.J. and Singh, B.K. (2011). Comparison of microbial community assays for the assessment of stream biofilm ecology. Journal of Microbiological Methods 85(3), 190-198.

Helliwell, R., Britton, A.J., Gibbs, S., Fisher, J.M. and Potts, J.M. (2010). Interactive effects of N deposition, land management and weather patterns on soil solution chemistry in a Scottish alpine heath. Ecosystems 13(5), 696-711.

Mitchell, R.J., Hester, A.J., Campbell, C.D., Chapman, S.J., Cameron, C.M., Hewison, R.L. and Potts, J.M. (2010). Is vegetation composition or soil chemistry the best predictor of the soil microbial community. Plant and Soil 333(1-2), 417-430.

Pickles, B.J., Genney, D., Potts, J.M., Lennon, J.J., Anderson, I.C. and Alexander, I.J. (2010). Spatial and temporal ecology of Scots pine ectomycorrhizas. New Phytologist 186(3), 755-768.

Baggaley, N.J., Langan, S.J., Futter, M.N., Potts, J.M. and Dunn, S.M. (2009). Long term trends in hydro-climatology of a major Scottish mountain river. Science of the Total Environment 407(16), 4633-4641.

Potts, J.M., Chapman, S.J., Towers, W. and Campbell, C.D. (2009). Comments on 'Baseline values and change in the soil, and implications for monitoring' by R.M. Lark, P.H. Bellamy and G.J.D. Kirk. European Journal of Soil Science 60(3), 481-483.

Vinten, A.J.A., Potts, J.M., Avery, L. and Strachan, N.J.C. (2009). Microbial pollution of water by livestock: approaches to risk assessment and mitigation. Animal 3(5), 744-752.

Artz, R.R.E., Chapman, S.J., Robertson, J., Potts, J.M., Laggoun-Défarge, F., Gogo, S., Comont, L., Disnar, J.-R. and Francez, A.J. (2008). FTIR spectroscopy can be used as a screening tool for organic matter quality in regenerating cutover peatlands. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40(2), 515-527.

Artz, R.R.E., Anderson, I.C., Campbell, C.D., Hagn, A., Schloter, M., Potts, J.M. and Chapman, S.J. (2007). Changes in fungal community composition in response to vegetational succession during the natural regeneration of cutover peatlands. Microbial Ecology 54(3), 508-522.

Singh, B.K., Munro, S., Potts, J.M. and Millard, P. (2007). Influence of grass species and soil type on rhizosphere microbial community structure in grassland soils. Applied Soil Ecology 36(2-3), 147-155.

Singh, B.K., Munro, S., Reid, E.J., Ord, B.G., Potts, J.M., Paterson, E. and Millard, P. (2006). Investigating microbial community structure in soils by physiological, biochemical and molecular fingerprinting methods. European Journal of Soil Science 57, 72-82.

Webster, R., Welham, S.J., Potts, J.M. and Oliver, M.A. (2006). Estimating the spatial scales of regionalized variables by nested sampling, hierarchical analysis of variance and residual maximum likelihood. Computers and Geosciences 32, 1320-1333.

Campbell, C.D., Chapman, S.J., Cameron, C.M., Davidson, M.S. and Potts, J.M. (2003). A rapid microtiter plate method to measure carbon dioxide evolved from carbon substrate amendments so as to determine the physiological profiles of soil microbial communities by using whole soil. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69, 3593-3599.

Potts, J.M., Hirst, D.J., Miller, J.D., Edwards, A.C. and Elston, D.A. (2003). Comparison of trends in stream water quality. Hydrological Processes 17, 2449-2462.

Wynn, G., Crabtree, R. and Potts, J.M. (2001). Modelling farmer entry into the Environmentally Sensitive Area Scheme. Journal of Agricultural Economics 52, 65-82.

Crabtree, R., Potts, J.M. and Smart, T.S. (2000). Statistical modelling of incentive design under limited information - the case of public access to farmland. Journal of Agricultural Economics 51, 239-251.

Category: "Book Chapter"

Potts, J.M. (2011). Basic Concepts. In "Forecast Verification: A Practitioner's Guide in Atmospheric Science, 2nd Edition", 11-28. Eds. Jolliffe, I.T. and Stephenson, D.B.. Wiley, Chichester.

MacMillan, D., Leinhoop, N., Potts, J.M. and Philip, L. (2005). New approaches to valuing environmental benefits using contingent valuation. In "Environment, Information and Consumer Behaviour", 249-262. Eds. C.S. Russell and S. Krarup. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Potts, J.M. (2003). Basic concepts. In "Forecast Verification: A Practitioner's Guide in Atmospheric Science", 13-36. Eds. Jolliffe I.T. and Stephenson D. Wiley, Chichester.

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