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Petrokofsky, G., Brown, N. D. & Hemery, G. E. Matching a scientific knowledge base with stakeholders’ needs: The T10Q project as a case study for forestry. Forest Policy (2012).doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2012.05.005

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Norman, K., Burgess, P., Yeomans, A. & Hemery, G. Woodfuel and woodland management: a case study. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 105, 135–140 (2011).

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Hemery, G. Britain’s lost wood culture. Woods and Forests in British Society: progress in research and practice 3, (2011).

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Hemery, G. E. An improvement programme for common walnut (Juglans regia L.) in Great Britain: key findings after 15 years of research and future direction. 32–37 (2011).

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Hemery, G. The story of a special oak. Living Woods magazine Jan/Feb, 28–32 (2011).

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Yeomans, A. & Hemery, G. Prospects for the market supply of wood and other forest products from areas with fragmented forest-ownership structures:  England case study. (Contract report for ConFor and CEPF: Sylva Foundation. p.55.: 2010).

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Petrokofsky, G., Brown, N. D., Hemery, G. E. & et al. A participatory process for identifying and prioritizing policy-relevant research questions in natural resource management: a case study from the UK forestry sector. Forestry 83, 357–367 (2010).

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Hemery, G. E. Forests and energy: maximising their potential.  Institute of Chartered Foresters, National Conference 28‐29 April 2010, Newcastle Upon Tyne. 35 pp. http://www.charteredforesters.org. (2010).

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Hemery, G. E. et al. Growing scattered broadleaved tree species in Europe in a changing climate: a review of risks and opportunities. Forestry 83, 65–81 (2010).

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Hemery, G. & Morison, J. Oak tells a story. Chartered Forester Winter, 12–14 (2010).

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Clark, J. & Hemery, G. Walnut hybrids in the UK: fast growing quality hardwoods. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 104, 43–46 (2010).

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Mohni, C., Pelleri, F. & Hemery, G. E. The modern silviculture of walnut Juglans regia L: a literature review. Die Bodenkultur 60, 19–32 (2009).

13.

Hemery, G. E. A management plan for three urban woodlands in western Didcot. (2009).

14.

Hemery, G. E. Timber, mutton or fuel? Debating the economics of land use and forestry. Institute of Chartered Foresters, National Conference 22-23 April 2009, Cardiff. (2009).

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Hemery, G. E. & Gibbs, N. David Hockney’s chopped-down woodland will soon be replanted. The Guardian 1 (2009).

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Hemery, G. E. Felling frenzies. Gabriel Hemery of the Sylva Foundation believes forestry needs to work on its PR. Living Woods May/June, 10–11 (2009).

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Clark, J. & Hemery, G. Outcomes from 15 years of hardwoods research at the Northmoor Trust. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 103, 212–219 (2009).

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Hemery, G. E. A future-proof woodland at Pancake Wood. A consultation report for the Royal Forestry Society. (2008).

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Yeomans, A., Hemery, G. E. & Brown, N. D. Developing effective methods for identifying woodland owners: an Oxfordshire pilot study. (2008).

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Petrokofsky, G., Hemery, G. & Brown, N. Knowledge feeds decision making: the people’s say in UK forestry. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 102, 221–225 (2008).

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Hemery, G. E. et al. COST Action E42: Growing valuable broadleaved tree species. Final Report. (2008).

22.

Hemery, G. E. Forest management and silvicultural responses to projected climate change impacts on European broadleaved trees and forests. International Forestry Review 10, 591–607 (2008).

23.

Hemery, G. E. ICF National Conference Proceedings 2008. Carbon Lean UK. A Role for our Trees, Woods and Forests? (2008).

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Clark, J., Hemery, G. & Savill, P. Early growth and form of common walnut (Juglans regia L.) in mixture with tree and shrub nurse species in southern England. Forestry 81, 631–644 (2008).

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Lawson, G. & Hemery, G. World timber trade and implementing sustainable forest management in the UK. (2007).

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Yates, C., Dorwood, P., Hemery, G. & Cook, P. The economic viability and potential of a novel poultry agroforestry system. Agroforestry Systems 69, 13–28 (2007).

27.

Worrell, R. & Hemery, G. Growing Broadleaves for Quality timber in England and Scotland. A tale of two countries. Forestry and Timber News: Woodland Owner March, II–III (2007).

28.

Lawson, G. & Hemery, G. Adapting to global markets. The Chartered Forester Autumn, 24–25 (2007).

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Jones, T. et al. Welfare and environmental benefits of integrating commercially viable free-range broiler chickens into newly planted woodland: a UK case study. Agricultural Systems 94, 177–188 (2007).

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Hemery, G. E. Forest management and silvicultural responses to predicted climate change impacts on valuable broadleaved species.  Short-Term Scientific Mission report for Working Group 1, COST Action E42. (2007).at <http://www.sylva.org.uk/forestryhorizons/resources.php#climate%20change&gt;

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Hemery, G. E. The view from 2047 – looking back from the future. The Chartered Forester Spring/Summer, 10–13 (2007).

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Hemery, G. E. Woodfuel – what the future may hold. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 101, 207–212 (2007).

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Hemery, G. E. Climate change – what should I do? (2007).

34.

Savill, P., Hemery, G. & Wilson, T. Establishment of broadleaves. (2006).

35.

Hemery, G. E. Making private woodlands valuable in England. Forestry & Timber News: Woodland Owner September, I–II (2006).

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Clark, J. & Hemery, G. The use of autumn olive (Elaeagnus umbellata Thunb.) in British forestry. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 100, 285–288 (2006).

37.

McCosh, J. & Hemery, G. E. Fifth international walnut conference. Woodland Heritage 54–55 (2005).

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Hemery, G. E., Savill, P. & Thakur, A. Height growth and flushing in common walnut (Juglans regia L.): 5-year results from provenance trials in Great Britain. Forestry 78, 121–133 (2005).

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Hemery, G. E., Savill, P. & Pryor, S. N. Applications of the crown diameter – stem diameter relationship for different species of broadleaved trees. Forest Ecology and Management 215, 285–294 (2005).

40.

Hemery, G. E. & Savill, P. Special issue: genetic improvement of broadleaved trees. Forestry 78, 208 (2005).

41.

Hemery, G. E. & Russell, K. Advances in walnut breeding and culture in the United Kingdom. Acta Horticulturae 705, 95–101 (2005).

42.

Hemery, G. E. & Pearman, D. Britain’s bluebells are spreading nicely. The Independent 1 (2005).

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Hemery, G. E. A novel silvo-poultry system. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 99, 131–133 (2005).

44.

Hemery, G. E. Down to the woods. Country Smallholding (2005).

45.

Hemery, G. E. A perfect marriage? Could combining free-range chickens with growing trees be one solution for our hard-pressed farmers? Sylva/Tree News 7–8 (2005).

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Clark, J., Hemery, G. E., Russell, K. & Williams, H. The future of black walnut in Britain. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 99, 207–212 (2005).

47.

Clark, J. & Hemery, G. E. Better trees, better profits. Woodland Heritage 22–23 (2005).

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Russell, K. R. & Hemery, G. E. A new tree improvement programme for black walnut in the United Kingdom. Black walnut in a new century, proceedings of the 6th Walnut Council research symposium; 2004 July 25-28; Lafayette, IN 134–137 (2004).

49.

Hemery, G. E. & Savill, P. Better trees, better profits. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 98, 191–195 (2004).

50.

Hemery, G. E. & Clark, J. Promoting sustainable hardwood forestry in the UK. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 98, 121–126 (2004).

51.

Hemery, G. E. Genetic and silvicultural research promoting common walnut (Juglans regia) for timber production in the United Kingdom. Black walnut in a new century, proceedings of the 6th Walnut Council research symposium; 2004 July 25-28; Lafayette, IN 138–145 (2004).

52.

Burley, J., Savill, P. S., Hemery, G. E. & Davis, J. The British and Irish Hardwoods Improvement Programme (BIHIP). International Oak Society meeting 148–154 (2004).

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Savill, P., Burley, J. & Hemery, G. E. Improving oak: the first steps towards a breeding programme. International Oak Society meeting (2003).

54.

Hemery, G. E., Savill, P. S. & Kerr, G. Formative pruning. (2003).

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Hemery, G. E. Broadleaves or narrow vision. Forest Machine Journal 16–17 (2003).

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Hemery, G. E., Savill, P. S. & Kerr, G. High pruning for profit. (2002).

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Hemery, G. E. & Russell, K. Filling walnut’s black hole. Forestry and British Timber 22–23 (2002).

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Hemery, G. E. Walnut forestry tour of the Mid-Western United States. Woodland Heritage 7, 20–22 (2002).

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Hemery, G. E. An innovative agroforestry system near Hungerford. Woodland Heritage 7, 26 (2002).

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Hemery, G. E. & Savill, P. S. The use of treeshelters and application of stumping in the establishment of walnut Juglans regia. Forestry 74, 479–489 (2001).

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Hemery, G. E. Growing walnuts for fruit and timber in the UK: conference at HRI East Malling. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 95, 29–30 (2001).

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Hemery, G. E. Growing walnut in mixed stands. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 95, 31–36 (2001).

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Hemery, G. E. Juglans regia L: genetic variation and provenance performance. (2000).at <http://ora.ouls.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:160d3486-f71c-4575-84e7-85dc64b3222f&gt;

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Hemery, G. E. & Popov, S. I. The walnut (Juglans regia L.) forests of Kyrgyzstan and their importance as a genetic resource. Commonwealth Forestry Review 77, 272–276 (1998).

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Hemery, G. E. Walnut (Juglans regia) seed-collecting expedition to Kyrgyzstan in Central Asia. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 92, 153–157 (1998).

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