Bob Rees
Bob Rees
Professor of Agriculture and Climate Change at Scotland's Rural College (SRUC)
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Full accounting of the greenhouse gas (CO2, N2O, CH4) budget of nine European grassland sites
JF Soussana, V Allard, K Pilegaard, P Ambus, C Amman, C Campbell, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 121 (1), 121-134, 2007
Nitrous oxide emission from soils after incorporating crop residues
EM Baggs, RM Rees, KA Smith, AJA Vinten
Soil use and management 16 (2), 82-87, 2000
Potential of legume‐based grassland–livestock systems in Europe: a review
A Lüscher, I Mueller‐Harvey, JF Soussana, RM Rees, JL Peyraud
Grass and Forage Science 69 (2), 206-228, 2014
Effects of climate and management intensity on nitrous oxide emissions in grassland systems across Europe
CR Flechard, P Ambus, U Skiba, RM Rees, A Hensen, A Van Amstel, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 121 (1-2), 135-152, 2007
The role of plants and land management in sequestering soil carbon in temperate arable and grassland ecosystems
RM Rees, IJ Bingham, JA Baddeley, CA Watson
Geoderma 128 (1-2), 130-154, 2005
Carbon sequestration and biodiversity of re-growing miombo woodlands in Mozambique
M Williams, CM Ryan, RM Rees, E Sambane, J Fernando, J Grace
Forest Ecology and management 254 (2), 145-155, 2008
Role of the aquatic pathway in the carbon and greenhouse gas budgets of a peatland catchment
KJ Dinsmore, MF Billett, UM Skiba, RM Rees, J Drewer, C Helfter
Global Change Biology 16 (10), 2750-2762, 2010
The role of crop rotations in determining soil structure and crop growth conditions
BC Ball, I Bingham, RM Rees, CA Watson, A Litterick
Canadian Journal of Soil Science 85 (5), 557-577, 2005
Greenhouse gas emissions from a managed grassland
SK Jones, RM Rees, UM Skiba, BC Ball
Global and Planetary Change 47 (2-4), 201-211, 2005
The fate of nitrogen from incorporated cover crop and green manure residues
EM Baggs, CA Watson, RM Rees
Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems 56 (2), 153-163, 2000
Influence of organic and mineral N fertiliser on N2O fluxes from a temperate grassland
SK Jones, RM Rees, UM Skiba, BC Ball
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 121 (1), 74-83, 2007
Developing greenhouse gas marginal abatement cost curves for agricultural emissions from crops and soils in the UK
M MacLeod, D Moran, V Eory, RM Rees, A Barnes, CFE Topp, B Ball, ...
Agricultural Systems 103 (4), 198-209, 2010
Nitrogen processes in terrestrial ecosystems
K Butterbach-Bahl, P Gundersen, P Ambus, J Augustin, C Beier, P Boeckx, ...
The European nitrogen assessment: sources, effects and policy perspectives …, 2011
Effect of water table on greenhouse gas emissions from peatland mesocosms
KJ Dinsmore, UM Skiba, MF Billett, RM Rees
Plant and Soil 318 (1-2), 229, 2009
First 20 years of DNDC (DeNitrification DeComposition): Model evolution.
SL Gilhespy, S Anthony, L Cardenas, D Chadwick, A del Prado, C Li, ...
Ecological Modelling 292 (0), 51-62, 2014
Marginal abatement cost curves for UK agricultural greenhouse gas emissions
D Moran, M Macleod, E Wall, V Eory, A McVittie, A Barnes, R Rees, ...
Journal of Agricultural Economics 62 (1), 93-118, 2011
Soil teeming with life: new frontiers for soil science
JM Tiedje, JC Cho, A Murray, D Treves, B Xia, J Zhou
Sustainable management of soil organic matter, 393-412, 2001
Nitrous oxide emissions from European agriculture-an analysis of variability and drivers of emissions from field experiments
RM Rees, J Augustin, G Alberti, BC Ball, P Boeckx, A Cantarel, S Castaldi, ...
Biogeosciences 10 (4), 2671-2682, 2013
Optimizing chamber methods for measuring nitrous oxide emissions from plot‐based agricultural experiments
DR Chadwick, L Cardenas, TH Misselbrook, KA Smith, RM Rees, ...
European Journal of Soil Science 65 (2), 295-307, 2014
Savanna burning and the assessment of long-term fire experiments with particular reference to Zimbabwe
PA Furley, RM Rees, CM Ryan, G Saiz
Progress in Physical Geography 32 (6), 611-634, 2008
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