Docent Gina Hannon
Docent Gina Hannon
Department of Geography and Planning, School of Environmental Sciences, University of Liverpool
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Challenges of ecological restoration: lessons from forests in northern Europe
P Halme, KA Allen, A Auniņš, RHW Bradshaw, G Brūmelis, V Čada, ...
Biological Conservation 167, 248-256, 2013
A long-term perspective on ungulate–vegetation interactions
RHW Bradshaw, GE Hannon, AM Lister
Forest Ecology and Management 181 (1-2), 267-280, 2003
Early Holocene history of the Baltic Sea, as reflected in coastal sediments in Blekinge, southeastern Sweden
BE Berglund, P Sandgren, L Barnekow, G Hannon, H Jiang, G Skog, ...
Quaternary International 130 (1), 111-139, 2005
The plant-macrofossil record of past lake-level changes
GE Hannon, MJ Gaillard
Journal of Paleolimnology 18, 15-28, 1997
Vegetational evidence for late Quaternary climatic changes in southwest Europe in relation to the influence of the North Atlantic Ocean
C Turner, GE Hannon
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. B, Biological …, 1988
High-altitude vegetational pattern on the Iberian Mountain Chain (north-central Spain) during the Holocene
MFS Goñi, GE Hannon
The Holocene 9 (1), 39-57, 1999
Climatic change, human influence and disturbance regime in the control of vegetation dynamics within Fiby Forest, Sweden
R Bradshaw, G Hannon
Journal of Ecology, 625-632, 1992
6000 years of forest dynamics in Suserup Skov, a seminatural Danish woodland
GE Hannon, R Bradshaw, J Emborg
Global Ecology and Biogeography 9 (2), 101-114, 2000
The Mjáuvøtn tephra and other Holocene tephra horizons from the Faroe Islands: a link between the Icelandic source region, the Nordic Seas, and the European continent
S Wastegård, S Björck, M Grauert, GE Hannon
The Holocene 11 (1), 101-109, 2001
Forest history as a basis for ecosystem restoration—a multidisciplinary case study in a South Swedish temperate landscape
M Lindbladh, J Brunet, G Hannon, M Niklasson, P Eliasson, G Eriksson, ...
Restoration Ecology 15 (2), 284-295, 2007
Impacts and timing of the first human settlement on vegetation of the Faroe Islands
GE Hannon, RHW Bradshaw
Quaternary Research 54 (3), 404-413, 2000
Deglacial vegetation succession and Holocene tree-limit dynamics in the Scandes Mountains, west-central Sweden: stratigraphic data compared to megafossil evidence
J Bergman, D Hammarlund, G Hannon, L Barnekow, B Wohlfarth
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 134 (3-4), 129-151, 2005
Reconstruction of climatic and environmental changes in NW Romania during the early part of the last deglaciation (∼ 15,000–13,600 cal yr BP)
B Wohlfarth, G Hannon, A Feurdean, L Ghergari, BP Onac, G Possnert
Quaternary Science Reviews 20 (18), 1897-1914, 2001
Human impact and landscape degradation on the Faroe Islands
GE Hannon, S Wastegård, E Bradshaw, RHW Bradshaw
Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 129-139, 2001
Rhyolitic tephra horizons in northwestern Europe and Iceland from the AD 700s–800s: a potential alternative for dating first human impact
S Wastegård, VA Hall, GE Hannon, C van den Bogaard, JR Pilcher, ...
The Holocene 13 (2), 277-283, 2003
Long-term vegetation changes in the northern Scandinavian forest limit: a human impact-climate synergy?
H Karlsson, G Hörnberg, G Hannon, EM Nordström
The Holocene 17 (1), 37-49, 2007
Forest Induced from Palaeoecological Data
RHW Bradshaw, GE Hannon
Forest biodiversity: lessons from history for conservation 10, 11, 2004
Climate change and human settlement as drivers of late-Holocene vegetational change in the Faroe Islands
GE Hannon, RHW Bradshaw, EG Bradshaw, I Snowball, S Wastegård
The Holocene 15 (5), 639-647, 2005
Forest continuity and conservation value in Western Europe
RHW Bradshaw, CS Jones, SJ Edwards, GE Hannon
The Holocene 25 (1), 194-202, 2015
The role of fire in southern Scandinavian forests during the late Holocene
RHW Bradshaw, M Lindbladh, GE Hannon
International Journal of Wildland Fire 19 (8), 1040-1049, 2010
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