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Selected publications

Hill, L, Jones, G, Atkinson, N, Hector, A, Hemery, G, and Brown, N. 2019. “The £15 billion cost of ash dieback in Britain.” Current Biology, 29 (9), R315-R316, May 6. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2019.03.033

Hill, L, G Hemery, A Hector, and N Brown. 2019. “Maintaining Ecosystem Properties after Loss of Ash in Great Britain.” Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (2): 282–93. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13255

Hemery, G, G Petrokofsky, B Ambrose-Oji, D Edwards, L O’Brien, C Tansey, and M Townsend. 2018. “Shaping the Future of Forestry: Report of the British Woodlands Survey 2017.” Sylva Foundation. https://www.sylva.org.uk/bws.

Pollegioni, P, K Woeste, F Chiocchini, S Del Lungo, M Ciolfi, I Olimpieri, V Tortolano, et al. 2017. “Rethinking the History of Common Walnut (Juglans Regia L.) in Europe: Its Origins and Human Interactions.” PLOS ONE 12 (3):e0172541. 10.1371/journal.pone.0172541.

Hemery, G, G Petrokofsky, B Ambrose-Oji, G Atkinson, M Broadmeadow, D Edwards, C Harrison, et al. 2015. “Awareness, Action and Aspiration among Britain’s Forestry Community Relating to Environmental Change: Report of the British Woodlands Survey 2015.  32pp.” Sylva Foundation. https://sylva.org.uk/downloads/BWS2015report.pdf

Hemery, G E, JR Clark, E Aldinger, H Claessens, ME Malvolti, E O’Connor, Y Raftoynnis, PS Savill, and R Brus. 2010. “Growing Scattered Broadleaved Tree Species in Europe in a Changing Climate: A Review of Risks and Opportunities.” Forestry 83 (1):65–81. https://doi.org/10.1093/forestry/cpp034


Complete Publications List

zotero bibliography for Gabriel Hemery
Zotero bibliography for Gabriel Hemery

I use Zotero to manage my research publications, which I highly recommend as a cloud-based program. Zotero is a free and open-source reference management software which manages bibliographic data and related research materials. Below you will find a complete bibliography of all my research and forestry-related publications.

Hemery, G, J Hurst, and G Petrokofsky. 2019. “Bringing Children Closer to Nature: Report of a Survey on Forest School and Outdoor Learning in England.” Sylva Foundation. www.sylva.org.uk/forestschools. Cite
Hemery, G. 2019. “Valuing Oak.” Wood Wise, 2019. https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/publications/2019/05/wood-wise-iconic-oak/. Cite
Hill, L, G Jones, N Atkinson, A Hector, G Hemery, and N Brown. 2019. “The £15 Billion Cost of Ash Dieback in Britain.” Current Biology 29 (9): R315–16. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2019.03.033. Cite
Hemery, G. 2019. “Green Gold.” The Journal of the Royal Scottish Forestry Society, 2019. Cite
Hill, L, G Hemery, A Hector, and N Brown. 2019. “Maintaining Ecosystem Properties after Loss of Ash in Great Britain.” Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (2): 282–93. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13255. Cite
O’Brien, L, B Ambrose-Oji, G Hemery, G Petrokofsky, and S Raum. 2018. “Payments for Ecosystem Services, Land Manager Networks and Social Learning.” Farnham, UK: Forest Research. https://www.forestresearch.gov.uk/research/exploring-land-manager-views-payments-ecosystem-services-networks-and-learning. Cite
Hemery, G., and J.P. Skovsgaard. 2018. “Silvology: Redefining the Biological Science for the Study of Forests.” Quarterly Journal of Forestry 112 (April) (2): 128–31. Cite
Hemery, G, G Petrokofsky, B Ambrose-Oji, D Edwards, L O’Brien, C Tansey, and M Townsend. 2018. “Shaping the Future of Forestry: Report of the British Woodlands Survey 2017.” Sylva Foundation. https://www.sylva.org.uk/bws. Cite
Mapelli, S, P Pollegioni, K E Woeste, F Chiocchini, S D Lungo, I Olimpieri, V T, J Clark, G E Hemery, and M E Malvolti. 2018. “Spatial Genetic Structure of Common Walnut (Juglans Regia L.) in Central Asia.” In Proc. Int. Symp. on the Role of Plant Genetic Resources in Reclaiming Lands and Environment Deteriorated by Human and Natural Actions, 1190:27–34. Acta Horticulturae. https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2018.1190.5. Cite
Hill, L, A Hector, G Hemery, S Smart, M Tanadini, and N Brown. 2017. “Abundance Distributions for Tree Species in Great Britain: A Two-Stage Approach to Modeling Abundance Using Species Distribution Modeling and Random Forest.” Ecology and Evolution 7 (4): 1043–56. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.2661. Cite
Pollegioni, P, K Woeste, F Chiocchini, S Del Lungo, M Ciolfi, I Olimpieri, V Tortolano, et al. 2017. “Rethinking the History of Common Walnut (Juglans Regia L.) in Europe: Its Origins and Human Interactions.” PLOS ONE 12 (3): e0172541. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0172541. Cite
Hemery, G, G Petrokofsky, B Ambrose-Oji, G Atkinson, M Broadmeadow, D Edwards, C Harrison, et al. 2015. “Awareness, Action and Aspiration among Britain’s Forestry Community Relating to Environmental Change: Report of the British Woodlands Survey 2015. www.sylva.org.uk/forestryhorizons/bws2015. 32pp.” Sylva Foundation. www.sylva.org.uk/forestryhorizons/bws2015. Cite
Pollegioni, P, K.E. Woeste, F Chiocchini, S.D. Lungo, I Olimpieru, V Tortolano, J Clark, G. E. Hemery, S Mapelli, and M. E. Malvolti. 2015. “Ancient Humans Influenced the Current Spatial Genetic Structure of Common Walnut Populations in Asia.” PloS ONE 10 (9): e0135980. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0135980. Cite
Hemery, G, and S Simblet. 2014. The New Sylva: A Discourse of Forest and Orchard Trees for the Twenty-First Century. 1st ed. Bloomsbury Publishing. Cite
Hemery, Gabriel. 2014. “In Retrospect: Sylva.” Nature 507 (13 March 2014): 166–67. https://doi.org/10.1038/507166a. Cite
Monk, Kirsty, David Bass, N.D. Brown, and G E Hemery. 2014. “Post-Clearance Effects of Rhododendron on the Fungal Communities of the Eastern Sidelands of Lundy, Bristol Channel.” Journal of the Lundy Field Society 4: 57–70. Cite
Pollegioni, P, K.E. Woeste, F Chiocchini, I Olimpieri, V Tortolano, J Clark, G E Hemery, S Mapelli, and M. E. Malvolti. 2014. “Landscape Genetics of Persian Walnut (Juglans Regia L.) across Its Asian Range.” Tree Genetics & Genomes. https://doi.org/DOI 10.1007/s11295-014-0740-2. Cite
Hemery, G, R Jinks, S Lloyd, and J Ralph. 2014. “SilviFuture: Promoting and Sharing Knowledge of Novel Forest Species.” Quarterly Journal of Forestry 108 (1): 43–47. Cite
Nicholls, D, M Young, G Hemery, G Petrokofsky, and A Yeomans. 2013. “British Woodlands 2012: A National Survey of Woodland Owners.” Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors. http://sylva.org.uk/library. Cite
Monk, Kirsty, and Gabriel Hemery. 2013. “Cord-Forming Fungi in British Woodlands: What They Are and What They Do.” Quarterly Journal of Forestry 107 (3): 197–202. http://www.forestryhorizons.eu. Cite
Kinash, D, J Walmsley, and G Hemery. 2013. “The British Domestic Firewood Supply Chain.” Quarterly Journal of Forestry 107 (4): 303–8. http://sylva.org.uk/forestryhorizons/documents/Kinash%20et%20al%20QJF%20Oct%202013.pdf. Cite
Petrokofsky, G., N.D. Brown, and G.E. Hemery. 2012. “Matching a Scientific Knowledge Base with Stakeholders’ Needs: The T10Q Project as a Case Study for Forestry.” Forest Policy and Economics 37: 29–36. https://doi.org/http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2012.05.005. Cite
Hemery, G.E. 2011. “Reviving Britain’s Lost Wood Culture.” In Rediscovering Wood: The Key to a Sustainable Future. Bangalore, India: FAO. http://www.fao.org/docrep/016/ap001e/ap001e.pdf. Cite
Hemery, G. E. 2011. “An Improvement Programme for Common Walnut (Juglans Regia L.) in Great Britain: Key Findings after 15 Years of Research and Future Direction.” In , 32–37. Arslanbob, Kyrgyzstan. Cite
Norman, Kathy, Paul Burgess, Alistair Yeomans, and Gabriel Hemery. 2011. “Woodfuel and Woodland Management: A Case Study.” Quarterly Journal of Forestry 105 (2): 135–40. http://www.sylva.org.uk/forestryhorizons/resources.php. Cite
Hemery, Gabriel. 2011. “Britain’s Lost Wood Culture.” In Woods and Forests in British Society: Progress in Research and Practice. Vol. 3. Edinburgh: Forest Research Monograph. http://www.forestry.gov.uk/pdf/trees_and_society_Apr2010_Hemery.pdf/$FILE/trees_and_society_Apr2010_Hemery.pdf. Cite
Hemery, G. 2011. “The Story of a Special Oak.” Living Woods Magazine, 2011. Cite
Hemery, G. E. 2010. “Forests and Energy: Maximising Their Potential.  Institute of Chartered Foresters, National Conference 28‐29 April 2010, Newcastle Upon Tyne. 35 Pp.” Institute of Chartered Foresters. Cite
Hemery, G, and J Morison. 2010. “Oak Tells a Story.” Chartered Forester, 2010. Cite
Yeomans, A, and G Hemery. 2010. “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. Cite
Petrokofsky, G, N.D. Brown, G.E. Hemery, and et al. 2010. “A Participatory Process for Identifying and Prioritizing Policy-Relevant Research Questions in Natural Resource Management: A Case Study from the UK Forestry Sector.” Forestry. https://doi.org/10.1093/forestry/cpq018. Cite
Clark, J, and G Hemery. 2010. “Walnut Hybrids in the UK: Fast Growing Quality Hardwoods.” Quarterly Journal of Forestry 104 (1): 43–46. Cite
Hemery, G E, JR Clark, E Aldinger, H Claessens, ME Malvolti, E O’Connor, Y Raftoynnis, PS Savill, and R Brus. 2010. “Growing Scattered Broadleaved Tree Species in Europe in a Changing Climate: A Review of Risks and Opportunities.” Forestry. https://doi.org/10.1093/forestry/cpp034. Cite
Hemery, G. E. 2009. A Management Plan for Three Urban Woodlands in Western Didcot. Cite
Hemery, G. E. 2009. “Timber, Mutton or Fuel? Debating the Economics of Land Use and Forestry. Institute of Chartered Foresters, National Conference 22-23 April 2009, Cardiff.” Cite
Clark, J, and G Hemery. 2009. “Outcomes from 15 Years of Hardwoods Research at the Northmoor Trust.” Quarterly Journal of Forestry 103 (3): 212–19. Cite
Hemery, G E. 2009. “Felling Frenzies. Gabriel Hemery of the Sylva Foundation Believes Forestry Needs to Work on Its PR.” Living Woods May/June: 10–11. Cite
Hemery, G E, and N Gibbs. 2009. “David Hockney’s Chopped-down Woodland Will Soon Be Replanted.” The Guardian, 2009. Cite
Mohni, C., F. Pelleri, and G. E. Hemery. 2009. “The Modern Silviculture of Walnut Juglans Regia L: A Literature Review.” Die Bodenkultur 60 (3): 19–32. Cite
Hemery, G. E., P. S. Savill, and Clark. 2008. “Early Growth and Form of Common Walnut (Juglans Regia L.) in Mixture with Tree and Shrub Nurse Species in Southern England.” Forestry 81 (5): 631–44. https://doi.org/10.1093/forestry/cpn036. Cite
Hemery, G E. 2008. A Future-Proof Woodland at Pancake Wood. A Consultation Report for the Royal Forestry Society. Forestry Horizons. Cite
Hemery, G. 2008. “Forest Management and Silvicultural Responses to Projected Climate Change Impacts on European Broadleaved Trees and Forests.” International Forestry Review 10 (4): 591–607. www.jstor.org/stable/43740359. Cite
Hemery, G E, H Spiecker, E Aldinger, G Kerr, C Collet, and S Bell. 2008. COST Action E42: Growing Valuable Broadleaved Tree Species. Final Report. Cite
Hemery, G E. 2008. “ICF National Conference Proceedings 2008. Carbon Lean UK. A Role for Our Trees, Woods and Forests?” Institute of Chartered Foresters. Cite
Yeomans, A., G. E. Hemery, and N.D. Brown. 2008. “Developing Effective Methods for Identifying Woodland Owners: An Oxfordshire Pilot Study.” Cite
Petrokofsky, G, G Hemery, and N Brown. 2008. “Knowledge Feeds Decision Making: The People’s Say in UK Forestry.” Quarterly Journal of Forestry 102 (3): 221–25. Cite
Lawson, G, and GE Hemery. 2007. “World Timber Trade and Implementing Sustainable Forest Management in the UK.” Cite
Dorward, Peter, Gabriel Hemery, Paul Cook, and Christopher Yates. 2007. “The Economic Viability and Potential of a Novel Poultry Agroforestry System.” Agroforestry Systems 69 (1): 13–28. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10457-006-9015-8. Cite
Jones, T, R Feber, G Hemery, P Cook, K James, C Lamberth, and M Dawkins. 2007. “Welfare and Environmental Benefits of Integrating Commercially Viable Free-Range Broiler Chickens into Newly Planted Woodland: A UK Case Study.” Agricultural Systems 94 (2): 177–88. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agsy.2006.08.007. Cite
Hemery, G E. 2007. “Woodfuel - What the Future May Hold.” Quarterly Journal of Forestry 101 (3): 207–12. Cite