Duncan Ray
Duncan Ray
Principal Scientist, Forest Research Agency, UK
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Adaptive growth of tree root systems in response to wind action and site conditions
BC Nicoll, D Ray
Tree physiology 16 (11-12), 891-898, 1996
An ecological site classification for forestry in Great Britain
D Ray
Climate change and the future for broadleaved tree species in Britain
MSJ Broadmeadow, D Ray, CJA Samuel
Forestry 78 (2), 145-161, 2005
Are forest disturbances amplifying or canceling out climate change-induced productivity changes in European forests?
CPO Reyer, S Bathgate, K Blennow, JG Borges, H Bugmann, S Delzon, ...
Environmental research letters: ERL [Web site] 12 (3), 034027, 2017
Ash dieback in the UK: a review of the ecological and conservation implications and potential management options
RJ Mitchell, JK Beaton, PE Bellamy, A Broome, J Chetcuti, S Eaton, ...
Biological conservation 175, 95-109, 2014
The effect of soil water-table depth on root-plate development and stability of Sitka spruce
D Ray, BC Nicoll
Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 71 (2), 169-182, 1998
Targeting and evaluating biodiversity conservation action within fragmented landscapes: an approach based on generic focal species and least-cost networks
K Watts, AE Eycott, P Handley, D Ray, JW Humphrey, CP Quine
Landscape Ecology 25, 1305-1318, 2010
Decision support systems for forest management: A comparative analysis and assessment
M Segura, D Ray, C Maroto
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 101, 55-67, 2014
Decision support systems in forest management
KM Reynolds, M Twery, MJ Lexer, H Vacik, D Ray, G Shao, JG Borges
International Handbooks on Information Systems, 499-533, 2008
A framework for modeling adaptive forest management and decision making under climate change
R Yousefpour, C Temperli, JB Jacobsen, BJ Thorsen, H Meilby, MJ Lexer, ...
Ecology and Society 22 (4), 2017
Sensitivity and uncertainty analysis from a coupled 3-PG and soil organic matter decomposition model
G Xenakis, D Ray, M Mencuccini
ecological modelling 219 (1-2), 1-16, 2008
Climate change: impacts and adaptation in England’s woodlands
D Ray, J Morison, M Broadmeadow
Forestry 78, 145-167, 2010
A review of the effects of forest management intensity on ecosystem services for northern European temperate forests with a focus on the UK
L Sing, MJ Metzger, JS Paterson, D Ray
Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 91 (2), 151-164, 2018
Comparing the provision of ecosystem services in plantation forests under alternative climate change adaptation management options in Wales
D Ray, S Bathgate, D Moseley, P Taylor, B Nicoll, S Pizzirani, B Gardiner
Regional Environmental Change 15, 1501-1513, 2015
Climate change and British woodland.
M Broadmeadow, D Ray
Studies in physiological analysis of yield. 3. The rate of grain development in wheat in relation to photosynthetic surface and soil moisture.
RDEA Asana
An ecological site classification for forestry in Great Britain with special reference to Grampian, Scotland
DG Pyatt, JC Suárez
Technical Paper-Forestry Commission (United Kingdom), 1997
ClimateEU, scale-free climate normals, historical time series, and future projections for Europe
M Marchi, D Castellanos-Acuña, A Hamann, T Wang, D Ray, A Menzel
Scientific Data 7 (1), 428, 2020
Evaluating biodiversity in fragmented landscapes: principles.
K Watts, JW Humphrey, M Griffiths, C Quine, D Ray
Evaluating Ecological Niche Models: A Comparison Between Maxent and GARP for Predicting Distribution of Hevea brasiliensis in India
D Ray, MD Behera, J Jacob
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, India Section B: Biological …, 2018
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