|Benefits of organic farming to biodiversity vary among taxa|
RJ Fuller, LR Norton, RE Feber, PJ Johnson, DE Chamberlain, AC Joys, ...
Biology letters 1 (4), 431-434, 2005
|Environmental and management factors determining weed species composition and diversity in France|
G Fried, LR Norton, X Reboud
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 128 (1-2), 68-76, 2008
|Countryside Survey: UK headline messages from 2007|
PD Carey, SM Wallis, B Emmett, LC Maskell, J Murphy, LR Norton, ...
NERC/Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, 2008
|Consequences of organic and non-organic farming practices for field, farm and landscape complexity|
L Norton, P Johnson, A Joys, R Stuart, D Chamberlain, R Feber, L Firbank, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 129 (1-3), 221-227, 2009
|Invertebrate responses to the management of genetically modified herbicide–tolerant and conventional spring crops. I. Soil-surface-active invertebrates|
American Association for Research into Nervous and Mental Diseases, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 2003
|Stocks and flows of natural and human-derived capital in ecosystem services|
L Jones, L Norton, Z Austin, AL Browne, D Donovan, BA Emmett, ...
Land use policy 52, 151-162, 2016
|Trialling a method to quantify the ‘cultural services’ of the English landscape using Countryside Survey data|
LR Norton, H Inwood, A Crowe, A Baker
Land use policy 29 (2), 449-455, 2012
|Exploring the ecological constraints to multiple ecosystem service delivery and biodiversity|
LC Maskell, A Crowe, MJ Dunbar, B Emmett, P Henrys, AM Keith, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (3), 561-571, 2013
|Selecting methods for ecosystem service assessment: A decision tree approach|
PA Harrison, R Dunford, DN Barton, E Kelemen, B Martín-López, L Norton, ...
Ecosystem Services 29, 481-498, 2018
|The role of ‘Big Society’in monitoring the state of the natural environment|
C Mackechnie, L Maskell, L Norton, D Roy
Journal of Environmental monitoring 13 (10), 2687-2691, 2011
|Phosphorus and nitrogen limitation and impairment of headwater streams relative to rivers in Great Britain: A national perspective on eutrophication|
HP Jarvie, DR Smith, LR Norton, FK Edwards, MJ Bowes, SM King, ...
Science of the total environment 621, 849-862, 2018
|Operationalizing an ecosystem services-based approach using Bayesian Belief Networks: an application to riparian buffer strips|
A McVittie, L Norton, J Martin-Ortega, I Siameti, K Glenk, I Aalders
Ecological Economics 110, 15-27, 2015
|Integrating methods for ecosystem service assessment: Experiences from real world situations|
R Dunford, P Harrison, A Smith, J Dick, DN Barton, B Martin-Lopez, ...
Ecosystem Services 29, 499-514, 2018
|Measuring stock and change in the GB countryside for policy–key findings and developments from the Countryside Survey 2007 field survey|
LR Norton, LC Maskell, SS Smart, MJ Dunbar, BA Emmett, PD Carey, ...
Journal of environmental management 113, 117-127, 2012
|Does nature conservation enhance ecosystem services delivery?|
A Eastwood, R Brooker, RJ Irvine, RRE Artz, LR Norton, JM Bullock, ...
Ecosystem Services 17, 152-162, 2016
|Using models to bridge the gap between land use and algal blooms: An example from the Loweswater catchment, UK|
L Norton, JA Elliott, SC Maberly, L May
Environmental Modelling & Software 36, 64-75, 2012
|Does organic farming benefit farmland birds in winter?|
DE Chamberlain, A Joys, PJ Johnson, L Norton, RE Feber, RJ Fuller
Biology letters 6 (1), 82-84, 2010
|Scale-sensitive governance of the environment|
F Padt, P Opdam, N Polman, C Termeer
John Wiley & Sons, 2014
|Research challenges for cultural ecosystem services and public health in (peri-) urban environments|
X Chen, S de Vries, T Assmuth, J Dick, T Hermans, O Hertel, A Jensen, ...
Science of the total environment 651, 2118-2129, 2019
|Ecotypic differentiation of response to enhanced CO2 and temperature levels in Arabidopsis thaliana|
LR Norton, LG Firbank, AR Watkinson
Oecologia 104 (3), 394-396, 1995