Publications and reports

  • Sedimentary macrofossil records reveal ecological change in English lakes: implications for conservation. Bennion H., Sayer C.D., Clarke S.J., Davidson T. A., Rose N. L., Goldsmith B., Rawcliffe R., Burgess A., Clarke G.H., Turner S. and Wiik E.,  (2017) Journal of Paleolimnology p 1-20.

  • The representation of aquatic vegetation change by plant macrofossils in a small and shallow freshwater lake. Clarke G.H., Sayer C.D., Turner S., Salgado J., Meis S., Patmore I.R. and Zhao Y., (2016) Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 23, 265-276.

  • Recovery of UK lakes from acidification: An assessment using combined palaeoecological and contemporary diatom assemblage data. Battarbee, R. W., Simpson, G. L., Shilland, E. M., Flower, R. J., Kreiser, A., Yang, H. & Clarke, G. H., (2014) Ecological Indicators 37: 365-380.

  • The application of palaeolimnology to evidence-based lake management and conservation: examples from UK lakes. Sayer C. D., Bennion H., Davidson T. A., Burgess A., Clarke G. H., Hoare D., Frings P., Hatton-Ellis T., (2012) Aquatic Conservation, 22, issue 2,165-180.

  • Eutrophication, recovery, and temperature in Lake Mjøsa: Detecting trends with monitoring data and sediment records. Hobæk  A, Løvik J. E., Rohrlack T., Moe S. J., Grung M., Bennion H., Clarke G. H., and Piliposyan G. T., (2012) Freshwater Biology 57 issue 10, 1998-2014.

  • Nonlinear response of summer temperature to Holocene insolation forcing in Alaska. Clegg B. F., Kelly R., Clarke G. H., Walker I.R. and  F.S Hu., (2011) PNAS 108 (48):19299-304.

  • The role of cladocerans in tracking long-term change in shallow lake ecosystem structure and function. Davidson T.A., Bennion H., Sayer C.D., Jeppesen E., Clarke G.H., Morley D., Odgaard B., Rasmussen P., Rawcliffe R., Salgado J. and Amsinck S.L., (2011) Hydrobiologia 676 (1): 279-315.

  • Defining ecological and chemical reference conditions and restoration targets for nine European lakes. Bennion, H., Simpson, G. L., Anderson, N. J., Clarke, G.H., Dong. X., Hobæk, A., Guilizzoni, P., Marchetto, A., Sayer C.D. and Thies, H., (2011) Journal of Paleolimnology Volume 45, Number 4, 415-431.

  • Six millennia of summer temperature variation based on midge analysis of lake sediments from Alaska. Clegg, B.F., Clarke, G.H., Chipman, M.L., Chou, M., Walker, I.R., Tinner, W. and Hu, F.S., (2010) Quaternary Science Reviews 29: 3308-3316.

  • A 2000 year record of climatic change at Ongoke Lake, southwest Alaska. Chipman, M.L., Clarke, G. H., Clegg, B.F., Gregory-Eaves, I. and Hu, F.S., (2009). Journal of Paleolimnology v 41, no. 1.

  • Regionalisation of remote European mountain lake ecosystems according to their biota: environmental vs. geographical patterns. Kernan, M., Ventura, M., Bitusik, P., Brancelj, A., Clarke, G., Velle, G., Raddum, G., Stuchlik, E. & Catalan, J., (2009). Freshwater biology 54: 2470- 2493.

  • Environmental and biological characteristics of high altitude lochs in Scotland. Kernan, M., Brancelj, A., Clarke, G., Lami, A., Raddum, G., Straškrábová, V., Stuchlík, E., Velle, G. and Ventura, M., (2009) Fundamental and Applied Limnology, Advances in Limnology, Volume 62, 379-417.

  • Regional influence of acid deposition and climate change in European mountain lakes assessed using diatom transfer function. Curtis, C.J., Juggins, S., Clarke, G., Battarbee, R.W., Kernan, M., Catalan, J., Thompson, R. & Posch, M., (2009) Freshwater biology 54: 2555-2572.

  • Recommendations for sampling littoral diatoms in lakes for ecological status assessments. King, L., Clarke, G. H., Bennion, H., Kelly, M. and Yallop, M., (2006). Journal of Applied Phycology. 18 (1): 15-25.

  • Abrupt climatic events during the last glacial-interglacial transition in Alaska. Hu F. S., Nelson, D. M., Clarke, G. H., Rühland, K.M., Huang, Y., Kaufman. D. S. and Smol, J. P., (2006) Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 33, L18708.

  • Using diatoms to assess geographical patterns of biological and limnological change in high-altitude European lakes from pre-industrial times to the present day. Clarke, G. H., Kernan, M., Marchetto, M., Sorvari, S.  and Catalan, J., (2005) Aquatic Sciences 67: 224-236.

Reports

  • River Clyde Environmental Change Network Diatom Analysis Project, Shilland, E. M., Clarke, G.H. &  Goodrich, S., (2017) Final Report to SEPA.

  • Aquatic Surveys: Glyn Rhonwy Quarries Q1 and Q6 and the Llyn Padarn Spillway. Goldsmith, B., Henderson, G., Shilland, E.M., Dowman, S., Tomlinson, M. & Harwood, A., (2015) ECRC Research Report 164.

  • A palaeolimnological study of Lake Vastadtjern, Norway. Bennion, H., Clarke, G., Goldsmith, B.J., Yang, H. & Roe, K., (2015) ECRC Research Report 162.

  • Hoveton Great Broad Macrophyte Study: Using the sediment record to inform lake restoration. Goldsmith, B., Lambert, S., Henderson, G., Sayer, C.D., Goodrich, S., Shilland, J. & Matyskova, V., (2015) ECRC Research Report 160.

  • Analysis of sediment, fish and phytoplankton samples from Indawgyi Lake, Myanmar. Kernan, M., Goodrich, S., Henderson, G., Turner, S. and Yang H., (2015) ECRC Research Report Number 167.

  • Summary results for the NIEA seasonal phytoplankton samples collected in 2010. Annual report to NIEA, Clarke, G.H., (2011).

  • Summary results for the NIEA seasonal phytoplankton samples collected in 2009. Annual report to NIEA, Clarke, G.H., (2010).

  • Reconstructing the past submerged macrophyte flora of Martham South, Burntfen, Sotshole and Nortons Broads, Fritton Lake and Mautby Decoy. Davidson, T.A., Clarke, G.H., Rawcliffe, R., Roe, K. & Rose, N., (2009). ECRC Research Report 136.

  • Using novel palaeolimnological techniques to define lake conservation objectives for three Cheshire meres. Bennion, H., Goldsmith, B., Clarke, G., Rawcliffe, R., Rose, N., McGowan, S., Willby, N., Davidson, T., Sayer, C., Panizzo, V. & Roe, K., (2010). Final Report to Natural England. ECRC Research Report 146.

  • Using novel palaeolimnological techniques to define lake conservation Objectives. Bennion, H., Rawcliffe, R., Burgess, A., Clarke, G., Clarke, S., Davidson, T., Rose, C., Rose, N., Sayer, C. & Turner, S., (2009). Final Report to Natural England.

  • Diatom analysis of three Norwegian cores. Report to the Norwegian Institute for Water Research. Bennion, H., Clarke, G., Goldsmith, B. & Battarbee, R.W., (2010) Project Number O-28428. ECRC Research Report 142.

  • Defining lake restoration targets at Llyn Cadarn – a palaeolimnological approach. Davidson T.A., Clarke G.H., Rawcliffe R., Rose N., Roe K., Sayer C., Turner S. and Hatton-Ellis T.W., (2009) CCW Contract Science Report No. 871.

  • Palaeoecological study of seven mesotrophic lochs Final Report to SEPA and SNH. Bennion, B., Clarke, G. H., Davidson, T., Morley, D., Rose, N., Turner, S. & Yang, H., (2008) ECRC Research Report No.121.

  • Palaeoecological assessment of fresh waters in SACs and ASSIs in Northern Ireland. Davidson, T.A., Clarke, G.H., Rawcliffe, R., Salgado, J., Burgess, A., Turner, S., Yang, H., Hughes, M. & Goldsmith, B.J., (2008) ECRC Research Report 130.

  • Report to the Broads Trinity Broads Partnership. Davidson, T.A., Clarke, G.H., Morley, D., Rose, N., Turner, S. & Sayer, C. D., (2008).

  • Palaeoecological investigation of the past biological structure and function in the Trinity Broads. Davidson, T.A., Clarke, G., Morley, D., Rose, N., Sayer, C.D. and Turner, S., (2008) ECRC Research Report 122.

  •  Palaeoecological study of Rockland Broad. Davidson, T., Appleby, P.G., Clarke, G., Morley, D., Rose, N., Sayer, C.D., Tuffin, S. & Turner, S., (2008) ECRC Research Report 124.

  • Palaeoecological investigation of the past biological structure and function of the Trinity Broads. Davidson, T.A., Clarke, G.H., Morley, D., Rose, N., Turner, S. & Sayer, C.D., (2008). Environmental Change Research Centre, University College London, Research Report No. 122. Report to the Trinity Broads Partnership.

  • Palaeoecological study of Lochs Arkaig, Huamavat and Shiel. Clarke, G., Bennion, H., Turner. S. & Yang, H., (2007) ECRC Final Report to’ Marine Harvest’.

  • Assessing reference conditions and ecological status for lakes using subfossil diatoms. Burgess, A., Bennion, H. & Clarke, G., (2005) Report to the Environment Agency, Contract No. SC030103. ECRC Report number 105.

  • Sampling littoral diatoms in lakes for ecological status assessments: a literature review. King, L., Clarke, G., Bennion, H., Kelly, M. & Yallop, M., (2005) Environment Agency ISBN: 1844324362 Email Acquistions © Environment Agency May 2005.

  • Sediment core study of Loch Langavat, Isle of Harris. Bennion, H., Clarke, G., Rose, N. and Theophile, S. (2004) ECRC Final Report to ‘Marine Harvest.

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