Items where Author is "Abrahams, C"

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Journal article

ARNTZEN, J.W., ABRAHAMS, C., MEILINK, W.R.M., IOSIF, R. and ZUIDERWIJK, A., 2017. Amphibian decline, pond loss and reduced population connectivity under agricultural intensification over a 38 year period. Biodiversity and Conservation. ISSN 0960-3115

ABRAHAMS, C., 2008. Climate change and lakeshore conservation: a model and review of management techniques. Hydrobiologia, 613 (1), pp. 33-43. ISSN 0018-8158

ABRAHAMS, C., 2008. All ebb and flow – droughts, floods and lakes in the future landscape. Journal of Practical Ecology and Conservation, 7 (1), pp. 9-17. ISSN 1354-0270

ABRAHAMS, C., 2007. Lakes, water levels and climate change. ECOS, 28 (3/4), pp. 40-45. ISSN 0143-9073

ABRAHAMS, C., 2006. Sustainable shorelines: the management and re-vegetation of drawdown zones. Journal of Practical Ecology and Conservation, 6 (1), pp. 37-51. ISSN 1354-0270

ABRAHAMS, C., 2005. The ecology and management of drawdown zones. British Wildlife, 16 (6), pp. 395-402. ISSN 0958-0956

ABRAHAMS, C., 1999. Fowl/Play: balancing conservation and recreation on reservoirs in the Peak District. Journal of Practical Ecology and Conservation, 3 (1), pp. 73-74. ISSN 1354-0270

Book contribution

ABRAHAMS, C., 2013. Dee Estuary, Humber Estuary, and Kielder Forest [3 essays]. In: R.W. HOWARTH and J.E. MOHAN, eds., Biomes and ecosystems. Ipswich, Massachusetts: Salem Press. ISBN 9781429838139

Chapter in book

ABRAHAMS, C., 2008. Climate change and lakeshore conservation: a model and review of management techniques. In: K.M. WANTZEN, K.O. ROTHHAUPT, M. MÖRTL, M. CANTONATI, L.G. TÓTH and P. FISCHER, eds., Ecological effects of water-level fluctuations in lakes. Dordrecht: Springer. ISBN 9781402091919

Research report for external body

JONES, I., ABRAHAMS, C., BROWN, L., DALE, K., EDWARDS, F., JEFFRIES, M., KLAAR, M., LEDGER, M., MAY, L., MILNER, A., MURPHY, J., ROBERTSON, A. and WOODWARD, G., 2013. The impact of extreme events on freshwater ecosystems: executive summary and policy brief. Research report for external body. London: The British Ecological Society.

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