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  • Journal article
    PRENTICE IC, 1980,

    MULTIDIMENSIONAL-SCALING AS A RESEARCH TOOL IN QUATERNARY PALYNOLOGY - A REVIEW OF THEORY AND METHODS

    , REVIEW OF PALAEOBOTANY AND PALYNOLOGY, Vol: 31, Pages: 71-104, ISSN: 0034-6667
  • Journal article
    PRENTICE IC, 1980,

    VEGETATION ANALYSIS AND ORDER INVARIANT GRADIENT MODELS

    , VEGETATIO, Vol: 42, Pages: 27-34, ISSN: 0042-3106
  • Journal article
    PARSONS RW, PRENTICE IC, SAARNISTO M, 1980,

    STATISTICAL STUDIES ON POLLEN REPRESENTATION IN FINNISH LAKE-SEDIMENTS IN RELATION TO FOREST INVENTORY DATA

    , ANNALES BOTANICI FENNICI, Vol: 17, Pages: 379-393, ISSN: 0003-3847
  • Journal article
    PATEL B, PATEL S, PAWAR S, 1978,

    DESORPTION OF RADIOACTIVITY FROM NEARSHORE SEDIMENT

    , ESTUARINE AND COASTAL MARINE SCIENCE, Vol: 7, Pages: 49-58, ISSN: 0302-3524
  • Journal article
    PRENTICE IC, 1978,

    MODERN POLLEN SPECTRA FROM LAKE-SEDIMENTS IN FINLAND AND FINNMARK, NORTH NORWAY

    , BOREAS, Vol: 7, Pages: 131-153, ISSN: 0300-9483
  • Journal article
    PRENTICE IC, 1977,

    NONMETRIC ORDINATION METHODS IN ECOLOGY

    , JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY, Vol: 65, Pages: 85-94, ISSN: 0022-0477
  • Journal article
    GORDON AD, PRENTICE IC, 1977,

    NUMERICAL-METHODS IN QUATERNARY PALEOECOLOGY .4. SEPARATING MIXTURES OF MORPHOLOGICALLY SIMILAR POLLEN TAXA

    , REVIEW OF PALAEOBOTANY AND PALYNOLOGY, Vol: 23, Pages: 359-372, ISSN: 0034-6667
  • Journal article
    Adam P, Birks HJB, Huntley B, Prentice ICet al., 1975,

    Phytosociological studies at malham tarn moss and fen, Yorkshire, England

    , Vegetatio, Vol: 30, Pages: 117-132, ISSN: 0042-3106

    During a field course the vegetation of the extensive mire complex on the west side of Malham Tarn was examined. 84 relevés were collected, with 210 taxa in total. This data set has been 'structured' by classical phytosociological techniques. It is suggested that it approaches the maximum size of data-set which can be handled in this way, especially if the data are not all collected by one person. Ordination of the quadrats was carried out but gave little insight into the data despite the use of non-centred as well as centred principal components analysis. Numerical classification of the quadrats using minimumvariance cluster analysis was shown to produce a structure interpretable in ecological terms. A classification of the taxa was carried out by the same method and a 'rearranged' table was drawn up using the results of the two classifications. A relocation technique was applied at an appropriate cluster level but little was felt to be gained from this. The use of 'two-way' minimum-variance cluster analysis for the rapid production of re-arranged tables is recommended for large data-sets. In addition the vegetational units recognised in the data are described and discussed. © 1975 Dr. W. Junk b.v. Publishers.

  • Journal article
    PRENTICE HC, PRENTICE IC, 1975,

    HILL VEGETATION OF NORTH-HOY, ORKNEY

    , NEW PHYTOLOGIST, Vol: 75, Pages: 313-367, ISSN: 0028-646X
  • Book
    Bonne G, Gopaul S, Leach AW, Knight J, Price NS, Stonehouse JM, Stravens Ret al.,

    Fruit Fly Ecology in Seychelles and Mauritius

    , ISBN: 99903-71-04-0
  • Journal article
    Pitelka LF, Gardner RH, Ash J, Berry S, Gitay H, Noble IR, Saunders A, Bradshaw RHW, Brubaker L, Clark JS, Davis MB, Sugita S, Dyer JM, Hengeveld R, Hope G, Huntley B, King GA, Lavorel S, Mack RN, Malanson GP, McGlone M, Prentice IC, Rejmanek Met al.,

    Plant migration and climate change (vol 85, pg 464, 1997)

    , AMERICAN SCIENTIST, Vol: 85, Pages: 501-501, ISSN: 0003-0996
  • Journal article
    Maitner BS, Pearse W, Roehrdanz P, Enquist BJ, Sanderson MJet al.,

    APPENDIX C. Re-scaling phylogenetic branches to reflect trait evolution

    , THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA GRADUATE COLLEGE, Vol: 1001, Pages: 86-86
  • Thesis dissertation
    Liu F,

    Significance of metal-induced proteins in metal bioaccumulation in marine bivalves and pollution assessment

  • Journal article
    Pitelka LF, Gardner RH, Ash J, Berry S, Gitay H, Noble IR, Saunders A, Bradshaw RHW, Brubaker L, Clark JS, Davis MB, Sugita S, Dyer JM, Hengeveld R, Hope G, Huntley B, King GA, Lavorel S, Mack RN, Malanson GP, McGlone M, Prentice IC, Rejmanek Met al.,

    Plant migration and climate change

    , AMERICAN SCIENTIST, Vol: 85, Pages: 464-473, ISSN: 0003-0996

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