Alan Puttock
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Eurasian beaver activity increases water storage, attenuates flow and mitigates diffuse pollution from intensively-managed grasslands
A Puttock, HA Graham, AM Cunliffe, M Elliott, RE Brazier
Science of the total environment 576, 430-443, 2017
Beaver: Nature's ecosystem engineers
RE Brazier, A Puttock, HA Graham, RE Auster, KH Davies, CML Brown
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 8 (1), e1494, 2021
Aerial photography collected with a multirotor drone reveals impact of Eurasian beaver reintroduction on ecosystem structure
AK Puttock, AM Cunliffe, K Anderson, RE Brazier
Journal of Unmanned Vehicle Systems 3 (3), 123-130, 2015
Sediment and Nutrient Storage in a Beaver Engineered Wetland
A Puttock, HA Graham, D Carless, RE Brazier
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 2018
Beaver dams attenuate flow: a multi‐site study
A Puttock, HA Graham, J Ashe, DJ Luscombe, RE Brazier
Hydrological Processes, e14017, 2021
Unravelling perceptions of Eurasian beaver reintroduction in Great Britain
RE Auster, A Puttock, R Brazier
Area 52 (2), 364-375, 2020
Changes in ecosystem structure, function and hydrological connectivity control water, soil and carbon losses in semi‐arid grass to woody vegetation transitions
A Puttock, CJA Macleod, R Bol, P Sessford, J Dungait, RE Brazier
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 38 (13), 1602-1611, 2013
Woody plant encroachment into grasslands leads to accelerated erosion of previously stable organic carbon from dryland soils
A Puttock, JAJ Dungait, CJA Macleod, R Bol, RE Brazier
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 119 (12), 2345-2357, 2014
River otter beaver trial: Science and evidence report
RE Brazier, M Elliott, E Andison, RE Auster, S Bridgewater, P Burgess, ...
University of Exeter, Exeter, UK, 2020
Modelling Eurasian beaver foraging habitat and dam suitability, for predicting the location and number of dams throughout catchments in Great Britain
HA Graham, A Puttock, WW Macfarlane, JM Wheaton, JT Gilbert, ...
European Journal of Wildlife Research 66, 1-18, 2020
Stable carbon isotope analysis of fluvial sediment fluxes over two contrasting C4‐C3 semi‐arid vegetation transitions
A Puttock, JAJ Dungait, R Bol, ER Dixon, CJA Macleod, RE Brazier
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 26 (20), 2386-2392, 2012
Survey of the Tayside area beaver population 2017-2018
R Campbell-Palmer
Scottish Natural Heritage, 2018
Using field sign surveys to estimate spatial distribution and territory dynamics following reintroduction of the Eurasian beaver to British river catchments
R Campbell‐Palmer, A Puttock, KA Wilson, A Leow‐Dyke, HA Graham, ...
River Research and Applications 37 (3), 343-357, 2021
Dryland, calcareous soils store (and lose) significant quantities of near‐surface organic carbon
AM Cunliffe, AK Puttock, L Turnbull, J Wainwright, RE Brazier
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 121 (4), 684-702, 2016
Beaver: Nature’s ecosystem engineers. WIREs Water 8 (1): 1–29
RE Brazier, A Puttock, HA Graham, RE Auster, KH Davies, CML Brown
The study of land degradation in drylands: state of the art
T Hochstrasser, JDA Millington, VP Papanastasis, AJ Parsons, ...
Patterns of Land Degradation in Drylands: Understanding Self-Organised …, 2014
Quantifying the multiple, environmental benefits of reintroducing the Eurasian Beaver
R Brazier, A Puttock, H Graham, K Anderson, A Cunliffe, M Elliott
EGU general assembly conference abstracts, EPSC2016-7243, 2016
Exploring the dynamics of flow attenuation at a beaver dam sequence
HA Graham, AK Puttock, M Elliott, K Anderson, RE Brazier
Hydrological Processes 36 (11), e14735, 2022
Learning to Live with Reintroduced Species: Beaver Management Groups are an Adaptive Process
RE Auster, AK Puttock, SW Barr, RE Brazier
Restoration Ecology, e13899, 2023
Changes in ecosystem structure, function and hydrological connectivity in semi-arid grass to woody vegetation transitions
A Puttock, CJA Macleod, R Bol, JAJ Dungait, RE Brazier
Earth Surf. Process. Landf 38 (13), 1602-1611, 2013
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