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2008Above- and below-ground competition effects of two heathland species: implications for growth and response to herbivory in birch saplingsMillett, Jonathan; Hester, A.J.; Millard, P.; McDonald, A.J.S.
2016Bed disturbance via foraging fish increases bedload transport during subsequent high flows and is controlled by fish size and speciesPledger, Andrew G.; Rice, Stephen P.; Millett, Jonathan
2018Direct observations of the effect of fine sediment deposition on the vertical movement of Gammarus pulex (Amphipoda: Gammaridae) during substratum dryingVadher, Atish N.; Millett, Jonathan; Wood, Paul J.
2005Do competition and herbivory alter the internal nitrogen dynamics of birch saplings?Millett, Jonathan; Millard, P.; Hester, A.J.; McDonald, A.J.S.
2018Drying duration and stream characteristics influence macroinvertebrate survivorship within the sediments of a temporary channel and exposed gravel bars of a connected perennial streamVadher, Atish N.; Millett, Jonathan; Stubbington, Rachel; Wood, Paul J.
2018The duration of channel drying affects survival of Gammarus pulex (Amphipoda: Gammaridae) within subsurface sediments: an experimental flume studyVadher, Atish N.; Millett, Jonathan; Stubbington, Rachel; Wood, Paul J.
2018Environmental differences between sites control the diet and nutrition of the carnivorous plant Drosera rotundifoliaCook, Joni L.; Newton, Jason; Millett, Jonathan
2014Faunal response to benthic and hyporheic sedimentation varies with direction of vertical hydrological exchangeMathers, Kate L.; Millett, Jonathan; Robertson, Anne L.; Stubbington, Rachel; Wood, Paul J.
2016Faunal response to fine sediment deposition in urban riversWood, Paul J.; Armitage, Patrick D.; Hill, Matthew J.; Mathers, Kate L.; Millett, Jonathan
2017Foraging fish as zoogeomorphic agents: An assessment of fish impacts at patch, barform, and reach scalesPledger, Andrew G.; Rice, Stephen P.; Millett, Jonathan
2017Geographic variation in Sundew (Drosera ) leaf colour: plant-plant interactions counteract expected effects of abiotic factorsMillett, Jonathan; Foot, G.W.; Thompson, Julia C.; Svensson, B.M.
2006How do different competing species influence the response of Betula pubescens Ehrh. to browsing?Millett, Jonathan; Hester, A.J.; Millard, P.; McDonald, A.J.S.
2015The impact of 36 years of grazing management on soil nitrogen (N) supply rate and Salix repens N status and internal cycling in dune slacksMillett, Jonathan; Edmondson, Sally
2013The impact of 36 years of grazing management on vegetation dynamics in dune slacksMillett, Jonathan; Edmondson, Sally
2012N2 fixation and cycling in Alnus glutinosa, Betula pendula and Fagus sylvatica woodland exposed to free air CO2 enrichmentMillett, Jonathan; Godbold, Douglas; Smith, Andrew R.; Grant, Helen
2015Nitrogen deposition and prey nitrogen uptake control the nutrition of the carnivorous plant Drosera rotundifoliaMillett, Jonathan; Foot, G.W.; Svensson, B.M.
2019Post-storm geomorphic recovery and resilience of a prograding coastal dune systemBullard, Joanna E.; Ackerley, David; Millett, Jonathan; Chandler, Jim H.; Montreuil, Anne-Lise
2014Red trap colour of the carnivorous plant Drosera rotundifolia does not serve a prey attraction or camouflage functionFoot, G.W.; Rice, Stephen P.; Millett, Jonathan
2014Reduced bed material stability and increased bedload transport caused by foraging fish: a flume study with juvenile Barbel (Barbus barbus)Pledger, Andrew G.; Rice, Stephen P.; Millett, Jonathan
2012Reliance on prey-derived nitrogen by the carnivorous plant Drosera rotundifolia decreases with increasing nitrogen depositionMillett, Jonathan; Svensson, B.M.; Rydin, H.; Newton, Jason
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