Representative Publications:

A.H. Fitter, A. Heinemeyer & P.L. Staddon (2000). The impact of elevated CO2 and global climate change on arbuscular mycorrhizas: a mycocentric approach. New Phytologist 147: 179-187.

H. Bruelheide & A. Heinemeyer (2002). Climatic factors controlling the eastern and altitudinal distribution boundary of Digitalis purpurea L. in Germany. Flora 197: 475-490.

P.L. Staddon, A. Heinemeyer & A.H. Fitter (2002). Mycorrhizas and global environmental change: research at different scales. Plant and Soil 244: 253-261.

A. Heinemeyer, K.P. Ridgway, E.J. Edwards, D.G. Benham, J.P.W. Young & A.H. Fitter (2003). Impact of soil warming and shading on colonization and community structure of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in roots of a native grassland community. Global Change Biology 10(1): 52-64.

A. Heinemeyer & A.H. Fitter (2003). Impact of temperature on the arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) symbiosis – growth responses of the host plant and its AM fungal partner. Journal of Experimental Botany 55(396): 525-534.

A.H. Fitter, A. Heinemeyer, R. Husband, E. Olsen, K.P. Ridgway & P.L. Staddon (2004). System responses to environmental change: the mycorrhizal component. Canadian Journal of Botany 82: 1-7.

 

A. Heinemeyer, P. Ineson, N. Ostle & A.H. Fitter (2006). Respiration of the external mycelium in the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis shows strong dependence on recent photosynthates and acclimation to temperature. New Phytologist 171: 159-170.

 

I.P. Hartley, A. Heinemeyer & P. Ineson (2007) Effects of three years of soil warming and shading on the rate of soil respiration: substrate availability and not thermal acclimation mediates observed response. Global Change Biology 13: 1761-1770.

 

I.P. Hartley, A. Heinemeyer, S.P. Evans & P. Ineson (2007) The effect of soil warming on bulk soil versus rhizosphere respiration. Global Change Biology 13: 2654-2667.

 

A. Heinemeyer, I.P. Hartley, S.P. Evans, J.A. Carreira de la Fuente & P. Ineson (2007) Forest soil CO2 flux: uncovering the contribution and environmental responses of ectomycorrhizas. Global Change Biology 13: 1786–1797.


MJI Briones, P. Ineson & A. Heinemeyer (2007) Predicting potential impacts of climate change on the geographical distribution of enchytraeids: a meta-analysis approach. Global Change Biology
13: 2252–2269.


M.C. Kennedy, C.W. Anderson, A. Heinemeyer, M.R. Lomas, A. O’Hagan, S. Quegan & F.I. Woodward (2008) Quantifying Uncertainty in the Biospheric Carbon Flux for England and Wales. Journal Royal Statistical Society
171 doi: 10.1111/j.1467-985X.2007.00486.x.

 

M. Semchenko, K. Zobel, A. Heinemeyer & M.J. Hutchings (2008) Foraging for space and avoidance of physical obstructions by plant roots: a comparative study of grasses from contrasting habitats. New Phytologist, 179: 1162-1170.

 

J.M. Clark, A. Heinemeyer, P. Martin & S. Bottrell (2008) Linking carbon and sulphur cycling during simulated drought cycles in peat from six sites across the UK. In: Farrell, C., Feehan, J. (Eds.), After Wise Use – The Future of Peatlands. Volume 1: Oral Presentations. Proceedings of the 13th International Peat Congress, Tullamore, Ireland, 8-13 June 2008. International Peat Society, Finland, pp. 572-575.

 

B.J. Anderson, P.R. Armsworth, F. Eigenbrod, C.D. Thomas, S. Gillings, A. Heinemeyer, D.B. Roy & K.J. Gaston (2009) Spatial covariance between biodiversity and other ecosystem services. Journal of Applied Ecology 46: 888-896.

 

F. Eigenbrod, B.J. Anderson, P.R. Armsworth, A. Heinemeyer, S.F. Jackson, M. Parnell, C.D. Thomas & K.J. Gaston (2009) Ecosystem service benefits of contrasting conservation strategies in a human-dominated region. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 276, 2903–2911, doi: 10.1098/rspb.2009.0528.

 

F.Eigenbrod, B.J.Anderson, P.R.Armsworth, A.Heinemeyer, S.Gillings, C.D.Thomas & K.J.Gaston (2010) Representation of ecosystem services by tiered conservation strategies. Conservation Letters 3: 184–191.

F.Eigenbrod, P.R.Armsworth, B.J.Anderson, A.Heinemeyer, S.Gillings, D.B.Roy, C.D.Thomas & K.J.Gaston (2010) The impact of proxy-based methods on mapping the distribution of ecosystem services. Journal of Applied Ecology 47: 377-385.

 

F.Eigenbrod, P.R.Armsworth, B.J.Anderson, A.Heinemeyer, S.Gillings, D.B.Roy, C.D.Thomas & K.J.Gaston (2010) Error propagation associated with benefits transfer based mapping of ecosystem. Biological Conservation, 143: 2487-2493.

 

A. Heinemeyer, S. Croft, M.H. Garnett, M. Gloor, J. Holden, M.R. Lomas & P. Ineson (2010) The MILLENNIA peat cohort model, predicting past, present and future soil carbon budgets and fluxes under changing climates in peatlands. Climate Research (Special Issue: Climate Change and the British Uplands) 45: 207–226.

 

J.M. Clark, M.F. Billett, M. Coyle, S. Croft, S. Daniels, C.D. Evans, M. Evans, C. Freeman, A.V. Gallego-Sala, A. Heinemeyer, J.I. House, D.T. Monteith, D. Nayak, H.G. Orr, I.C. Prentice, R. Rose, J. Rowson, J.U. Smith, P. Smith, Y.M. Tun, E.  Vanguelova1, F. Wetterhall1 & F. Worrall (2010) Model inter-comparison between statistical and dynamic model 2 assessments of the long-term stability of GB blanket peat (1940-2099). Climate Research (Special Issue: Climate Change and the British Uplands) 45: 227–248.

 

J.C.R. Smarta, K. Hicks, T. Morrissey, A. Heinemeyer, D. Raffaelli, M.A. Sutton & M. Ashmore (2010) Applying the Ecosystem Service Concept to Air Quality Management in the UK: a Case Study for Ammonia. Environmetrics, 22: 649–661.

 

A. Heinemeyer, C. Di Bene, A.R. Lloyd, D. Tortorella, R. Baxter, B. Huntley, A. Gelsomino &  P. Ineson (2011) Soil respiration: implications of the plant-soil continuum and respiration chamber collar-insertion depth on measurement and modelling of soil CO2 efflux rates in three ecosystems. European Journal of Soil Sciences 62: 82-94.

 

R.A. Holland, F. Eigenbrod, P.R. Armsworth, B.J. Anderson, C.D. Thomas, A. Heinemeyer, S. Gillings, D.B. Roy & K.J. Gaston (2011) Spatial covariation between freshwater and terrestrial ecosystem services. Ecological Applications, 21(6): 2034-2048.

 

A. Moilanen, B.J. Anderson, F. Eigenbrod, A. Heinemeyer, D.B. Roy, S. Gillings, P.R. Armsworth, K.J. Gaston & C.D Thomas (2011) Balancing alternative land uses in conservation prioritization. Ecological Applications, 21(5): 1419–1426.

 

F. Eigenbrod, V.A. Bell, H.N. Davies, A. Heinemeyer, P.R. Armsworth & K.J. Gaston (2011) Impact of projected increases in urbanization on ecosystem services. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 278: 3201-3208.

 

L.E. Street, J.A.Subke, M. Sommerkorn, A. Heinemeyer & M.Williams (2011) Turnover of recently assimilated carbon in arctic bryophytes. Oecologia, 167: 325-337.


A. Heinemeyer & N.P. McNamara (2011) Comparing the closed static versus the closed dynamic chamber flux methodology: implications for soil respiration studies. Plant and Soil, 346: 145–151.


Z.G. Davies, J.L. Edmondson, A. Heinemeyer, J.R. Leake & K.J. Gaston (2011) Mapping urban ecosystem services: quantifying above-ground carbon storage at a city-wide scale. Journal of Applied Ecology, 48: 1125–1134.


A. Milcu, M. Lukac, J.-A. Subke, A. Heinemeyer, D. Wildman, R. Anderson, P. Manning & P. Ineson (2012) Biotic carbon feedbacks in a materially-closed soil-vegetation-atmosphere system, Nature Climate Change, 2: 281-284.


S. Vicca, S. Luyssaert, J. Peñuelas, M. Campioli, Chapin FS III., P. Ciais, A. Heinemeyer, P. Högberg, W.L. Kutsch, B.E. Law, Y. Malhi, D. Papale, S.L. Piao, M. Reichstein, E.D. Schulze & I.A. Janssens (2012) Fertile forests produce biomass more efficiently. Ecology Letters, 15: 520-526.

A. Heinemeyer, M. Wilkinson, R. Vargas, J.-A. Subke, E. Casella, J.I.L. Morison & P. Ineson (2012) Exploring the “overflow tap” theory: linking forest soil CO2 fluxes and individual mycorrhizosphere components to photosynthesis. Biogeosciences, 9: 79–95.


A. Heinemeyer, V. Gruber & M. Bahn (2012) The ‘Gas-Snake’: Design and validation of a versatile membrane-based gas flux measurement system in a grassland soil respiration study. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 154-155: 166-173.


J.M. Clark, A. Heinemeyer, P. Martin & S. Bottrell (2012)
Processes controlling DOC in pore water during simulated drought cycles in six different UK peats. Biogeochemistry, 109: 253-270.


A. Heinemeyer, D. Tortorella, B. Petrovicová & A. Gelsomino (2012) Partitioning of soil CO2 flux components in a grassland ecosystem, European Journal of Soil Science, 63: 249–260.


J.-A. Subke, A. Heinemeyer, H.W. Vallack, V. Leronni, R. Baxter & P. Ineson (2012) Fast ecosystem carbon turnover revealed by in situ 13CO2 pulse labeling in sub-Arctic tundra, Polar Biology, 35: 1209–1219.


C.D. Thomas, B.J. Anderson, A. Moilanen, F. Eigenbrod, A. Heinemeyer, T. Quaife, D.B. Roy, S. Gillings, P.R. Armsworth & K.J. Gaston (2013) Reconciling biodiversity and carbon conservation, Ecology Letters, 16: 39-47.


A.J. Fletcher, M.A. Smith, K.K. Farrar, E.W. Hodgson, A. Heinemeyer, R. Lord & C.J. Ennis (2014) Production factors controlling the physical characteristics of biochar derived from phytoremediated willow for agricultural applications, BioEnergy Research, 7: 371-380.

R. Poyatos, A. HeinemeyerP. Ineson, J.G. Evans, H.C. Ward, B. Huntley & R. Baxter (2014) Environmental and vegetation drivers of seasonal CO2 fluxes in a sub-Arctic forest-mire ecotone. Ecosystems, 17: 377-393.


A. Heinemeyer,  J. Gornall, R. Baxter, B. Huntley & P. Ineson (2014) Evaluating the carbon balance estimate from an automated ground-level flux chamber system in artificial grass mesocosms. Ecology and Evolution, 15: 4998-5010.

M. Carroll, A. Heinemeyer, J. Pearce-Higgins, P. Dennis, C. West, J. Holden, Z. Wallage & C. Thomas (2015) Hydrologically-driven ecosystem processes determine the distribution and persistence of ecosystem-specialist predators under climate change. Nature Communication, (DOI: 10.1038/ncomms8851)



Recent talks:

A.Heinemeyer & A.H. Fitter, (2000). Influence of temperature on arbuscular mycorrhizal functioning. In: H. Chr. Weber, S. Imhof and D. Zeuske, Programs, Abstracts and Papers of the Third International Congress on Symbiosis. Phillips University of Marburg, Germany, p 87;

A. Heinemeyer, H. Cambridge, S. Cinderby & P. Ineson (2003). The UK carbon budget and soil temperature responses - a new approach of continuous 13CO2 efflux measurements in the field. In: W. Kutsch, Programs, Abstracts and Papers of the European Conference “Processes underlying soil carbon fluxes” of the ESF-thematic program “The role of soils in the terrestrial carbon balance”, Kiel, Germany;

M.J.I. Briones, P. Ineson & A. Heinemeyer (2004). Meta-analysis of enchytraeid responses to climate change. Implications for C cycling. XIVth International Colloquium on Soil Zoology and Ecology "Soil Animals and Ecosystem Services" Université de ROUEN (Mont Saint Aignan, France), August 30th to September 3rd 2004, p ???;

A. Heinemeyer (2004). Spatial Scales: Their Relevance to Soil Research. Seminar for the UK Population Biology Network (UK-Popnet): The impact of spatial scale on populations and the environment (GIS approaches);

A. Heinemeyer (2005). The Holy Grail:  Getting the soil carbon right. DEFRA UK LUCF (Land-use change and forestry) Removals & Emissions Inventory Contract  (EPG 1/1/160) Progress Meeting; 16 June 2005, CEH Edinburgh, UK;

A. Heinemeyer, L.M.C. Austin & J. Pellenq (2005). The Holy Grail: Getting the carbon budget right – analytical performance comparison of site specific modelling of soil organic matter in UK peaty soils using models with increasing abiotic and biotic complexity. BSSS Soil organic carbon modelling meeting 2005; Aberdeen University, UK;

A. Heinemeyer, I.P. Hartley, R.I. Bradley & P. Ineson (2006). Soil carbon and climate – from the large scale to the nitty gritty work. British Soil Science Society Annual Meeting; School of Geography, University of Leeds, 13-15 September 2006;

A. Heinemeyer, J.-A. Subke & P. Ineson (2007). The role of soils in the terrestrial carbon balance: latest advances in addressing the plant-soil continuum. Final meeting of the ESF programme 'The Role of Soils in the Global Carbon Balance' (RSTCB). Nancy, 19-22 November 2007;

A. Heinemeyer (2008). The role of soils in the terrestrial carbon balance: from the large scale to the nitty gritty stuff. Invited speaker at the Ecology and Biology seminar series at Aberdeen University, May 2008;

A. Heinemeyer, A.R. Lloyd, C. Di Bene, R. Baxter, B. Huntley, J. Gornall & P. Ineson (2008). Revisiting ground-based CO2 efflux measurements: understanding plant and soil component fluxes and their individual environmental responses based on collar insertion depth and transparent chambers. British Ecological Society, Annual Meeting, Imperial College London;

A. Heinemeyer, J.-A. Subke, S. Lafont, M. Wilkinson & P. Ineson (2008). An improved understanding of forest net ecosystem exchange in the plant-soil continuum: linking long-term high frequency eddy covariance and soil respiration data within a carbon modelling framework. British Ecological Society, Annual Meeting, Imperial College London;

A.R. Lloyd, R. Baxter, B. Huntley, A. Heinemeyer & P. Ineson (2008). Moorland canopy and soil carbon fluxes: towards a better understanding of plant community and soil component flux responses to key environmental drivers. British Ecological Society, Annual Meeting, Imperial College London;

J.M. Clark, A. Heinemeyer, P. Martin & S. Bottrell (2008). Link between carbon and sulphur cycling during simulated drought cycles in six UK ombrotrophic peats. EGU General Assembly 2008. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 10, EGU2008;

J.M. Clark, A. Heinemeyer, P. Martin & S. Bottrell (2008). Linking carbon and sulphur cycling during simulated drought cycles in peat from six sites across the UK. International Peat Congress 2008, Tullamore, Ireland;

A. Heinemeyer, M.R. Lomas, B. Foereid & P. Ineson (2009). Modelling carbon dynamics in organic soils – past, present and future. BSSS Annual Conference at Edinburgh, UK, May 2009;

A. Heinemeyer, M. Wilkinson, J. Morison & P. Ineson (2009). The ‘overflow tap’ theory: linking NPP to forest soil carbon dynamics. Soil Organic Matters, Conference at Rothamsted/ Harpenden, UK, June 2009;

 

A. Heinemeyer & P. Ineson (2009). Soil Carbon and Climate: what we know and what we don’t know. Seminar at Aberdeen University, UK, March 2009;

 

A. Heinemeyer, M. Wilkinson, J.A. Subke, E. Casella, R. Vargas, J. Morison & P. Ineson (2010). The ‘overflow tap’ theory: linking NPP to forest soil carbon dynamics. EGU, Conference at Vienna, Austria, May 2010;


J.M. Clark, A.V. Gallego-Sala, ... A. Heinemeyer, et al. (2010). Vulnerability of upland blanket peat to future climate change. Investing in Peatlands: the Climate Challenge. IUCN conference, Durham, September 2010;

A. Heinemeyer (2010). "Thinking big, working small and modelling in between" Peatland carbon dynamics. UKPopNet / RSPB & Partners Knowledge Exchange Event, Shrewsbury UK, September 2010;


A. Heinemeyer (2011). Modelling upland peat carbon: past present and future. JULES conference CEH Monkswood, January 2011;


R. Poyatos, A. Heinemeyer, P. Ineson, B. Huntley, R. Baxter (2011). Net ecosystem CO2 exchange of sub-Arctic heath and lichen communities across a forest to mire transition. EGU, Conference at Vienna, Austria, May 2011;


T. Meacham, M. Williams, A. Heinemeyer, E. Eaton, J. Morison (2011). The variability and environmental drivers of soil respiration in a deciduous forest: A cyclic sampling analysis.
EGU, Conference at Vienna, Austria, May 2011;


A. Heinemeyer, M. Carroll, A.R.M. Hanlon, C. Thomas (2012). Modelling past, present and future UK upland peatland carbon dynamics and implications for restoration projects. BES and IUCN at Bangor UK, June 2012;


A. Heinemeyer (2013). Assessing alternative management for UK blanket bogs on carbon dynamics and implications on ecosystem services. IUCN at York UK, September 2013;

Book/Chapter contributions:

Soil Carbon Dynamics: An Integrated Methodology. Eds. Kutsch W, Bahn M & Heinemeyer A. Cambridge University Press (published in Oct 2009; ISBN: ISBN-13: 9780521865616).

NOTE: this book is now available in reprint and the index has been corrected and several chapters include minor corrections.

Subke J-A, Heinemeyer A & Reichstein M. Experimental design to scale up in time and space and its statistical considerations. In: Soil Carbon Dynamics: An Integrated Methodology. Eds. Kutsch W., Bahn M. Heinemeyer A. Cambridge University Press.

Moyano FE, Atkin OK, Bahn M, Bruhn D, Burton AJ, Heinemeyer A, Kutsch W & Wieser G. Respiration from Roots and the Mycorrhizosphere. In: Soil Carbon Dynamics: An Integrated Methodology. Eds. Kutsch W., Bahn M. Heinemeyer A. Cambridge University Press.

Rodeghiero M, Heinemeyer A, Schrumpf M & Bellamy P. Determination of changes in soil carbon stocks. In: Soil Carbon Dynamics: An Integrated Methodology. Eds. Kutsch W., Bahn M. Heinemeyer A. Cambridge University Press.

Kutsch W, Bahn M, Heinemeyer A & IA Janssens. Towards a standardized protocol for the measurement of soil CO2 efflux. In: Soil Carbon Dynamics : An Integrated Methodology. Eds. Kutsch W., Bahn M. Heinemeyer A. Cambridge University Press.

Kutsch W, Bahn M & Heinemeyer A. Soil carbon relations – an overview. In: Soil Carbon Dynamics: An Integrated Methodology. Eds. Kutsch W., Bahn M. Heinemeyer A. Cambridge University Press.

Bahn M, Kutsch W & Heinemeyer A. Emerging issues and challenges for an integrated understanding of soil carbon fluxes. In: Soil Carbon Dynamics: An Integrated Methodology. Eds. Kutsch W., Bahn M. Heinemeyer A. Cambridge University Press.

 

Report contributions:

Remote Sensing and LULUCF carbon inventories in the UK (2003)

G. Patenaude (with appendices from staff of the Centre for Terrestrial Carbon Dynamics), University of Oxford, University of Sheffield etc.


Estimating Biogenic Carbon Fluxes from Flux tower measurements and Earth Observation data (2005)

John  Grace (on behalf of: The Centre for Terrestrial Carbon Dynamics: Universities of Sheffield, Edinburgh, York, University College London, and Forest Research at Alice Holt)

 

Towards an Ecosystems Approach for Ammonia- Embedding an Ecosystem Services Framework into Air Quality Policy for Agricultural Ammonia Emissions (Defra NR0120) (2008)

Kevin Hicks, Tim Morrissey, Mike Ashmore, Dave Raffaelli, Mark Sutton, Jim Smart, Carmel Ramwell & Andreas Heinemeyer.


Restoration of blanket bog vegetation for biodiversity, carbon sequestration and water regulation – DEFRA project code BD 5104 (2013); Literature review on:
‘potential techniques to address heather dominance and help support appropriate ‘active’ Sphagnum supporting peatland vegetation on blanket bog and identify practical management options for experimental testing’

Andreas Heinemeyer and Harry W. Vallack