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Ian Patmore

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ipatmore-2.jpgUCL Department of Geography
University College London
Pearson Building
Gower Street
London. WC1E 6BT.

Tel: 020 7679 0563
Fax: 020 7679 0565
E-Mail: i.patmore@ucl.ac.uk

 

 

 


 

Jonathan Lewis-Phillips, Stephen J. Brooks, Carl Derek Sayer, Ian R. Patmore, Geoff M. Hilton, Anne Harrison, Hannah Robson, Jan C. Axmacher. (2019) Ponds as insect chimneys: Restoring overgrown farmland ponds benefits birds through elevated productivity of emerging aquatic insects. Biological Conservation, 241. Doi.org.10.1016/j.biocon.2019.108253

Isabel J. Bishop, Helen Bennion, Carl D. Sayer, Ian R. Patmore, Handong Yang (2019) Filling the “data gap”: Using paleoecology to investigate the decline of Najas flexilis (a rare aquatic plant). Geography and Environment DOI: 10.1002/geo2.81

Jorge Salgado, Carl D. Sayer, Stephen J. Brooks, Thomas A. Davidson, Ambroise G. Baker, Nigel Willby, Ian R. Patmore, Ben Goldsmith, Helen Bennion, Beth Okamura 2019. Connectivity and zebra mussel invasion offer short-term buffering of eutrophication impacts on floodplain lake landscape biodiversity. Diversity and Distributions DOI:10.1111/ddi.12938

Yang, H; Lencioni, L; Patmore, I; (2018) Importance of Surface Sediments for Reliable 210Pb Dating. Revista Internacional de Contaminacion Ambiental , 34:341-345 01

Salgado, J., C. D. Sayer, S. J. Brooks, T. A. Davidson, B. Goldsmith, I. R. Patmore, A. G. Baker, and B. Okamura. 2018. Eutrophication homogenizes shallow lake macrophyte assemblages over space and time. Ecosphere 9(9):e02406.10.1002/ecs2.2406

Dave Emson. Carl D. Sayer. Helen Bennion. Ian R. Patmore. Patrick Rioual. (2017) Mission possible: diatoms can be used to infer past duckweed (lemnoid Araceae) dominance in ponds. J Paleolimnol  DOI 10.1007/s10933-017-0008-6.

Bishop, I.J., Bennion, H., Patmore, I.R., Sayer, C.D. (2017) How effective are plant macrofossils as a proxy for macrophyte presence? The case of Najas flexilis in Scotland. J Paleolimnol. DOI 10.1007/S10933-017-9988-5

Wiik, E., Bennion, H., Sayer, C.D., Davidson, T.A., McGowan, S., Patmore, I.R. & Clarke, S.J. (2015) Ecological sensitivity of marl lakes to nutrient enrichment: palaeolimnological evidence from Hawes Water, UK. Freshwater Biology. DOI:10/1111/fwb 12650

Clarke G.H., Sayer C.D., Turner S., Salgado J., Meis S., Patmore I.R., Zhao Y. (2014) Spatial representation of aquatic vegetation change by plant macrofossils in a small and shallow freshwater lake. Veget Hist Archaeobot 23:265-276 . DOI 10.1007/s00334-013-0427x

Patmore, I.R, Sayer, C.D., Goldsmith, B., Davidson, T.A., Rawcliffe, R.& Salgado, J. (2013) Big Ben: a new wide-bore piston corer for multi-proxy palaeolimnology. 10.1007/s10933-013-9756-0

Sayer, C.D., Shilland, E., Greaves, H., Dawson, B., Patmore, I.R., Emson, E., Alderton, E., Robinson, P., Andrews, K., Axmacher, J.A. & Wiik, E. (2013) Managing British ponds – conservation lessons from a Norfolk farm. British Wildlife, 25(1), 21-28.

Sayer, C.D., Andrews, K., Shilland, E., Edmunds, N., Edmonds-Browne, R., Patmore, I.R., Emson, D. & Axmacher, J. (2012) The role of pond management for biodiversity conservation in an agricultural landscape.Aquatic Conservation. DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2254.

Evans, R.G., Sunley, A., Bradford, C. & Patmore, R.I. (1995) Effects of fenoxycarb on development and reproduction of the Oriental cockroach, Blatta orientalis. Med Vet Entomol 9, 235-240.