John Healey
John Healey
Professor of Forest Sciences, Bangor University
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Dissolved organic nitrogen uptake by plants—an important N uptake pathway?
DL Jones, JR Healey, VB Willett, JF Farrar, A Hodge
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 37 (3), 413-423, 2005
Diversity enhances carbon storage in tropical forests
L Poorter, MT van der Sande, J Thompson, EJMM Arets, A Alarcón, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 24 (11), 1314-1328, 2015
Struvite: a slow-release fertiliser for sustainable phosphorus management?
PJ Talboys, J Heppell, T Roose, JR Healey, DL Jones, PJA Withers
Plant and soil 401, 109-123, 2016
Feed the crop not the soil: rethinking phosphorus management in the food chain
PJA Withers, R Sylvester-Bradley, DL Jones, JR Healey, PJ Talboys
Environmental science & technology 48 (12), 6523-6530, 2014
Does community forest management provide global environmental benefits and improve local welfare?
DE Bowler, LM Buyung-Ali, JR Healey, JPG Jones, TM Knight, AS Pullin
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10 (1), 29-36, 2012
Hurricane effects on forest ecosystems in the Caribbean
EVJ Tanner, V Kapos, JR Healey
Biotropica, 513-521, 1991
Sprouting of trees in Jamaican montane forests, after a hurricane
PJ Bellingham, EVJ Tanner, JR Healey
Journal of Ecology, 747-758, 1994
Human well-being impacts of terrestrial protected areas
AS Pullin, M Bangpan, S Dalrymple, K Dickson, NR Haddaway, ...
Environmental Evidence 2, 1-41, 2013
Damage and responsiveness of Jamaican montane tree species after disturbance by a hurricane
PJ Bellingham, EVJ Tanner, JR Healey
Ecology 76 (8), 2562-2580, 1995
Whole tree harvesting can reduce second rotation forest productivity
JD Walmsley, DL Jones, B Reynolds, MH Price, JR Healey
Forest Ecology and Management 257 (3), 1104-1111, 2009
Remediation of metal polluted mine soil with compost: Co-composting versus incorporation
S Tandy, JR Healey, MA Nason, JC Williamson, DL Jones
Environmental pollution 157 (2), 690-697, 2009
Nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization of Jamaican montane forest trees
EVJ Tanner, V Kapos, S Freskos, JR Healey, AM Theobald
Journal of Tropical Ecology 6 (2), 231-238, 1990
The effects of secondary forest clearance and subsequent land-use on erosion losses and soil properties in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica
MA McDonald, Healey JR, S PA
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 92 (1), 1-19, 2002
An overview of invasive woody plants in the tropics
P Binggeli, J Hall, J Healey
University of Wales Bangor, 1998
Conservation of the Ethiopian church forests: threats, opportunities and implications for their management
R Aerts, K Van Overtveld, E November, A Wassie, A Abiyu, S Demissew, ...
Science of the Total Environment 551, 404-414, 2016
Finding alternatives to swidden agriculture: does agroforestry improve livelihood options and reduce pressure on existing forest?
SA Rahman, JB Jacobsen, JR Healey, JM Roshetko, T Sunderland
Agroforestry Systems 91, 185-199, 2017
Impacts of logging roads on tropical forests
F Kleinschroth, JR Healey
Biotropica 49 (5), 620-635, 2017
Hurricanes need not cause high mortality: the effects of Hurricane Gilbert on forests in Jamaica
PJ Bellingham, V Kapos, N Varty, JR Healey, T EV J, DL Kelly, JW Dallin, ...
J. Trop. Ecol 8, 217-223, 1992
Resilience of tropical dry forests–a meta‐analysis of changes in species diversity and composition during secondary succession
G Derroire, P Balvanera, C Castellanos‐Castro, G Decocq, DK Kennard, ...
Oikos 125 (10), 1386-1397, 2016
Auxin secretion by Bacillus amyloliquefaciens FZB42 both stimulates root exudation and limits phosphorus uptake in Triticum aestivum
PJ Talboys, DW Owen, JR Healey, PJA Withers, DL Jones
BMC Plant Biology 14, 1-9, 2014
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