Adrian Newton

Professor Adrian Newton

  • Professor and Director Conservation Ecology
  • Christchurch House C217a, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, BH12 5BB
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Biography

My research examines human impacts on the environment, with a particular focus on biodiversity loss and its consequences. I have a particular interest in analysing the biodiversity dynamics of fragmented forest landscapes. I am also researching societal responses to biodiversity loss, including protected areas, ecological restoration and development of the green economy. I have coordinated a number of international, collaborative research projects, principally in Latin America, but also in East and West Africa, Central and SE Asia, and in the UK. I have produced over 150 research publications on conservation science and management, including books on biodiversity loss and conservation, forest ecology and tropical forest resources. I have also supervised more than 30 PhD and MPhil students.

Recent research activities have included analysis of the impacts of ecological restoration on biodiversity and provision of ecosystem services, human impacts on forest biodiversity, and the effectiveness of protected areas in reducing biodiversity loss...

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Journal Articles

  • Loth, A.F. and Newton, A.C., 2018. Rewilding as a restoration strategy for lowland agricultural landscapes: Stakeholder-assisted multi-criteria analysis in Dorset, UK. Journal for Nature Conservation, 46, 110-120.
  • Watson, S., Newton, A., Herbert, R. and Francis, G., 2018. Detecting ecological thresholds and tipping points in the natural capital assets of a protected coastal ecosystem. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, Volume 215, (31 December 2018,), 112-123.
  • de Vega, D., Newton, A.C. and Sadanandom, A., 2018. Post-translational modifications in priming the plant immune system: ripe for exploitation? FEBS Letters, 592 (12), 1929-1936.
  • Watson, S. and Newton, A., 2018. Dependency of Businesses on Flows of Ecosystem Services: A Case Study from the County of Dorset, UK. Sustainability.
  • Gosal, A.S., Newton, A. and Gillingham, P., 2018. Comparison of methods for a landscape-scale assessment of the cultural ecosystem services associated with different habitats. International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystems Services & Management, 14 (1), 91-104.
  • Sandom, C.J., Dempsey, B., Bullock, D., Ely, A., Jepson, P., Jimenez-Wisler, S., Newton, A., Pettorelli, N. and Senior, R.A., 2018. Rewilding in the English uplands: Policy and practice. Journal of Applied Ecology.
  • Holland, J.E., Bennett, A.E., Newton, A.C., White, P.J., McKenzie, B.M., George, T.S., Pakeman, R.J., Bailey, J.S., Fornara, D.A. and Hayes, R.C., 2018. Liming impacts on soils, crops and biodiversity in the UK: A review. Science of the Total Environment, 610-611, 316-332.
  • Martin, P., Newton, A.C., Cantarello, E. and Evans, P.M., 2017. Analysis of ecological thresholds in a temperate forest undergoing dieback. PLoS ONE, 12 (12).
  • Cantarello, E., newton, Philip, A.M., Evans, P.M., gosal and Lucash, M.S., 2017. Quantifying resilience of multiple ecosystem services and biodiversity in a temperate forest landscape. Ecology and Evolution.
  • Brooker, R.W., Karley, A.J., Morcillo, L., Newton, A.C., Pakeman, R.J. and Schöb, C., 2017. Crop presence, but not genetic diversity, impacts on the rare arable plant Valerianella rimosa. Plant Ecology and Diversity, 10 (5-6), 495-507.
  • Evans, P.M., Newton, A.N., Cantarello, E., Martin, P.A., Sanderson, N., Jones, D.L., Barsoum, N., Cottrell, J.E., A'Hara, S.W. and Fuller, L., 2017. Thresholds of biodiversity and ecosystem function in a forest ecosystem undergoing dieback. Scientific Reports.
  • Newton, A.C., Guy, D.C. and Preedy, K., 2017. Wheat cultivar yield response to some organic and conventional farming conditions and the yield potential of mixtures. Journal of Agricultural Science, 155 (7), 1045-1060.
  • Vasileiadis, V.P., Newton, A.C. et al., 2017. Sustainability of European winter wheat- and maize-based cropping systems: Economic, environmental and social ex-post assessment of conventional and IPM-based systems. Crop Protection, 97, 60-69.
  • Schöb, C., Hortal, S., Karley, A.J., Morcillo, L., Newton, A.C., Pakeman, R.J., Powell, J.R., Anderson, I.C. and Brooker, R.W., 2017. Species but not genotype diversity strongly impacts the establishment of rare colonisers. Functional Ecology, 31 (7), 1462-1470.
  • Cuthbert, M.O., Gleeson, T., Reynolds, S.C., Bennett, M.R., Newton, A.C., McCormack, C.J. and Ashley, G.M., 2017. Modelling the role of groundwater hydro-refugia in East African hominin evolution and dispersal. Nature Communications, 8.
  • Martin, P.A., Newton, A.C. and Bullock, J.M., 2017. Impacts of invasive plants on carbon pools depend on both species’ traits and local climate. Ecology, 98 (4), 1026-1035.
  • Lechenet, M., Newton, A.C. et al., 2017. Diversity of methodologies to experiment Integrated Pest Management in arable cropping systems: Analysis and reflections based on a European network. European Journal of Agronomy, 83, 86-99.
  • Newton, A.C., 2016. Biodiversity Risks of Adopting Resilience as a Policy Goal. Conservation Letters, 9 (5), 369-376.
  • Newton, A.C., 2016. Exploitation of diversity within crops— the key to disease tolerance? Frontiers in Plant Science, 7 (MAY2016).
  • Joppa, L.N., Newton, A. et al., 2016. Impact of alternative metrics on estimates of extent of occurrence for extinction risk assessment. Conservation Biology, 30 (2), 362-370.
  • Spake, R., van der Linde, S., Newton, A.C., Suz, L.M., Bidartondo, M.I. and Doncaster, C.P., 2016. Similar biodiversity of ectomycorrhizal fungi in set-aside plantations and ancient old-growth broadleaved forests. Biological Conservation, 194, 71-79.
  • Cordingley, J.E., Newton, A.C., Rose, R.J., Clarke, R.T. and Bullock, J.M., 2016. Can landscape-scale approaches to conservation management resolve biodiversity-ecosystem service trade-offs? Journal of Applied Ecology, 53 (1), 96-105.
  • Spake, R., Barsoum, N., Newton, A.C. and Doncaster, C.P., 2016. Drivers of the composition and diversity of carabid functional traits in UK coniferous plantations. Forest Ecology and Management, 359, 300-308.
  • Brooker, R.W., Karley, A.J., Newton, A.C., Pakeman, R.J. and Schöb, C., 2016. Facilitation and sustainable agriculture: A mechanistic approach to reconciling crop production and conservation. Functional Ecology, 30 (1), 98-107.
  • Martin, P.A., Newton, A.C., Cantarello, E. and Evans, P., 2015. Stand dieback and collapse in a temperate forest and its impact on forest structure and biodiversity. Forest Ecology and Management, 358, 130-138.
  • Spake, R., Ezard, T.H.G., Martin, P.A., Newton, A.C. and Doncaster, C.P., 2015. A meta-analysis of functional group responses to forest recovery outside of the tropics. Conservation Biology, 29 (6), 1695-1703.
  • Martin, P.A., Newton, A.C., Pfeifer, M., Khoo, M.S. and Bullock, J.M., 2015. Impacts of tropical selective logging on carbon storage and tree species richness: A meta-analysis. Forest Ecology and Management, 356, 224-233.
  • Castellanos-Castro, C. and Newton, A.C., 2015. Environmental Heterogeneity Influences Successional Trajectories in Colombian Seasonally Dry Tropical Forests. Biotropica, 47 (6), 660-671.
  • Wiesel, L., Newton, A.C. et al., 2015. A transcriptional reference map of defence hormone responses in potato. Scientific Reports, 5.
  • Pakeman, R.J., Karley, A.J., Newton, A.C., Morcillo, L., Brooker, R.W. and Schöb, C., 2015. A trait-based approach to crop-weed interactions. European Journal of Agronomy, 70, 22-32.
  • Garavito, N.T., Newton, A.C., Golicher, D. and Oldfield, S., 2015. The relative impact of climate change on the extinction risk of tree species in the montane tropical Andes. PLoS ONE, 10 (7).
  • Cordingley, J.E., Newton, A.C., Rose, R.J., Clarke, R.T. and Bullock, J.M., 2015. Habitat fragmentation intensifies trade-offs between biodiversity and ecosystem services in a heathland ecosystem in southern England. PLoS ONE, 10 (6).
  • Newton, A.C. and Cantarello, E., 2015. Restoration of forest resilience: An achievable goal? New Forests.
  • Looseley, M.E., Keith, R., Guy, D., Barral-Baron, G., Thirugnanasambandam, A., Harrap, D., Werner, P. and Newton, A.C., 2015. Genetic mapping of resistance to Rhynchosporium commune and characterisation of early infection in a winter barley mapping population. Euphytica, 203 (2), 337-347.
  • Newton, A., Oldfield, S., Rivers, M., Mark, J., Schatz, G., Garavito, N.T., Cantarello, E., Golicher, D., Cayuela, L. and Miles, L., 2015. Towards a Global Tree Assessment. ORYX.
  • Tejedor Garavito, N., Newton, A.C. and Oldfield, S., 2015. Regional Red List assessment of tree species in upper montane forests of the Tropical Andes. ORYX.
  • Skelsey, P. and Newton, A.C., 2015. Future environmental and geographic risks of Fusarium head blight of wheat in Scotland. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 142 (1), 133-147.
  • Martin, P.A., Newton, A.C., Pfeifer, M., Khoo, M.S. and Bullock, J.M., 2015. Impacts of tropical selective logging on carbon storage and tree species richness: A meta-analysis. Forest Ecology and Management.
  • Cordingley, J.E., Newton, A.C., Rose, R.J., Clarke, R.T. and Bullock, J.M., 2015. Can landscape-scale approaches to conservation management resolve biodiversity-ecosystem service trade-offs? Journal of Applied Ecology.
  • Spake, R., Ezard, T.H.G., Martin, P.A., Newton, A.C. and Doncaster, C.P., 2015. A meta-analysis of functional group responses to forest recovery outside of the tropics. Conservation Biology.
  • Schöb, C., Kerle, S., Karley, A.J., Morcillo, L., Pakeman, R.J., Newton, A.C. and Brooker, R.W., 2015. Intraspecific genetic diversity and composition modify species-level diversity-productivity relationships. New Phytologist, 205 (2), 720-730.
  • Wiesel, L., Newton, A.C., Elliott, I., Booty, D., Gilroy, E.M., Birch, P.R.J. and Hein, I., 2014. Molecular effects of resistance elicitors from biological origin and their potential for crop protection. Frontiers in Plant Science, 5 (NOV).
  • Douglas, S.J. and Newton, A.C., 2014. Evaluation of Bayesian networks for modelling habitat suitability and management of a protected area. JOURNAL FOR NATURE CONSERVATION, 22 (3), 235-246.
  • Martin, P.A., Newton, A.C. and Bullock, J.M., 2014. Carbon pools recover more quickly than plant biodiversity in tropical secondary forests (vol 281, 20140303, 2014). PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, 281 (1782).
  • George, T.S., Brown, L.K., Ramsay, L., White, P.J., Newton, A.C., Bengough, A.G., Russell, J. and Thomas, W.T.B., 2014. Understanding the genetic control and physiological traits associated with rhizosheath production by barley (Hordeum vulgare). New Phytologist, 203 (1), 195-205.
  • Skelsey, P. and Newton, A.C., 2014. Scale-dependent assessment of relative disease resistance to plant pathogens. Agronomy, 4 (2), 178-190.
  • Looseley, M.E. and Newton, A.C., 2014. Assessing the consequences of microbial infection in field trials: Seen, unseen, beneficial, parasitic and pathogenic. Agronomy, 4 (2), 302-321.
  • George, T.S., Hawes, C., Newton, A.C., McKenzie, B.M., Hallett, P.D. and Valentine, T.A., 2014. Field phenotyping and long-term platforms to characterise how crop genotypes interact with soil processes and the environment. Agronomy, 4 (2), 242-278.
  • Hodder, K., Newton, A.C., Cantarello, E. and Perrella, L., 2014. Does landscape-scale conservation management enhance the provision of ecosystem services? International Journal Of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services and Management, 10 (1), 71-83.
  • Cantarello, E., Lovegrove, A., Orozumbekov, A., Birch, J., Brouwers, N. and Newton, A.C., 2014. Human Impacts on Forest Biodiversity in Protected Walnut-Fruit Forests in Kyrgyzstan. Journal of Sustainable Forestry, 33 (5), 454-481.
  • Orozumbekov, A., Cantarello, E. and Newton, A.C., 2014. Status, distribution and use of threatened tree species in the walnut-fruit forests of Kyrgyzstan. Forests Trees and Livelihoods, 24 (1), 1-17.
  • Newton, A.C., Cantarello, E., Shiel, C. and Hodder, K., 2014. Lessons Learned from Developing a New Distance-Learning Masters Course in the Green Economy. Sustainability.
  • Newton, A.C., Hodder, K.H., Fernandez, A.U. and Kenward, R.E., 2013. Biodiversity and ecosystem services in the Frome catchment, Purbeck district, United Kingdom. , 203-208.
  • Kenward, R.E., Newton, A.C., Hodder, K.H. et al., 2013. Design of a transactional environmental support system. , 209-245.
  • Martin, P., 2013. Carbon pools recover more quickly than plant biodiversity in tropical secondary forests. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Biological Sciences, 280.
  • Diaz, A., Keith, S.A., Bullock, J.M., Hooftman, D.A.P. and Newton, A.C., 2013. Conservation implications of long-term changes detected in a lowland heath plant metacommunity. Biological Conservation, 167, 325-333.
  • Matthews, R.B., Rivington, M., Muhammed, S., Newton, A.C. and Hallett, P.D., 2013. Adapting crops and cropping systems to future climates to ensure food security: The role of crop modelling. Global Food Security, 2 (1), 24-28.
  • Newton, A.C., Torrance, L., Holden, N., Toth, I.K., Cooke, D.E.L., Blok, V. and Gilroy, E.M., 2012. Climate Change and Defense against Pathogens in Plants. Advances in Applied Microbiology, 81, 89-132.
  • Souto, C.P., Heinemann, K., Kitzberger, T., Newton, A.C. and Premoli, A.C., 2012. Genetic Diversity and Structure in Austrocedrus chilensis Populations: Implications for Dryland Forest Restoration. Restoration Ecology, 20 (5), 568-575.
  • Zhan, J., Yang, L., Zhu, W., Shang, L. and Newton, A.C., 2012. Pathogen populations evolve to greater race complexity in agricultural systems - evidence from analysis of Rhynchosporium secalis virulence data. PLoS ONE, 7 (6).
  • Newton, A.C., Hodder, K., Cantarello, E., Perrella, L., Birch, J.C., Robins, J., Douglas, S., Moody, C. and Cordingley, J., 2012. Cost-benefit analysis of ecological networks assessed through spatial analysis of ecosystem services. Journal of Applied Ecology, 49 (3), 571-580.
  • Newton, A.C., del Castillo, R.F., Echeverría, C., Geneletti, D., González-Espinosa, M., Malizia, L.R., Premoli, A.C., Rey Benayas, J.M., Smith-Ramírez, C. and Williams-Linera, G., 2012. Forest landscape restoration in the drylands of Latin America. Ecology and Society, 17 (1).
  • Golicher, D.J., Cayuela, L. and Newton, A.C., 2012. Effects of Climate Change on the Potential Species Richness of Mesoamerican Forests. Biotropica, 44 (3), 284-293.
  • Newton, A.C., Guy, D.C., Bengough, A.G., Gordon, D.C., McKenzie, B.M., Sun, B., Valentine, T.A. and Hallett, P.D., 2012. Soil tillage effects on the efficacy of cultivars and their mixtures in winter barley. Field Crops Research, 128, 91-100.
  • Looseley, M.E., Newton, A.C., Atkins, S.D., Fitt, B.D.L., Fraaije, B.A., Thomas, W.T.B., Keith, R., Macaulay, M., Lynott, J. and Harrap, D., 2012. Genetic basis of control of Rhynchosporium secalis infection and symptom expression in barley. Euphytica, 184 (1), 47-56.
  • Echeverría, C., Newton, A., Nahuelhual, L., Coomes, D. and Rey-Benayas, J.M., 2012. How landscapes change: Integration of spatial patterns and human processes in temperate landscapes of southern Chile. Applied Geography, 32 (2), 822-831.
  • Newton, A.C., Walls, R.M., Golicher, D., Keith, S.A., Diaz, A. and Bullock, J.M., 2012. Structure, composition and dynamics of a calcareous grassland metacommunity over a 70-year interval. Journal of Ecology, 100 (1), 196-209.
  • Golicher, D., Ford, A., Newton, A. and Cayuela, L., 2012. Pseudo-absences, pseudo-models and pseudo-niches: pitfalls of model selection based on the area under the curve. International Journal of Geographical Information Science.
  • Newton, A.C., 2011. The green economy and the knowledge economy: Exploring the interface. International Journal of Green Economics, 5 (3), 231-247.
  • Newton, A.C. and Guy, D.C., 2011. Scale and spatial structure effects on the outcome of barley cultivar mixture trials for disease control. Field Crops Research, 123 (2), 74-79.
  • Newton, A.C., Echeverría, C., Cantarello, E. and Bolados, G., 2011. Projecting impacts of human disturbances to inform conservation planning and management in a dryland forest landscape. Biological Conservation, 144 (7), 1949-1960.
  • Thirugnanasambandam, A., Wright, K.M., Atkins, S.D., Whisson, S.C. and Newton, A.C., 2011. Infection of Rrs1 barley by an incompatible race of the fungus Rhynchosporium secalis expressing the green fluorescent protein. Plant Pathology, 60 (3), 513-521.
  • Newton, A.C., Johnson, S.N. and Gregory, P.J., 2011. Implications of climate change for diseases, crop yields and food security. Euphytica, 179 (1), 3-18.
  • Brouwers, N.C. and Newton, A.C., 2011. Erratum: Movement analyses of wood cricket (Nemobius sylvestris) (Orthoptera: Gryllidae) (Bulletin of Entomological Research (2009) DOI: 10.1017/S0007485309990332)). Bulletin of Entomological Research, 101 (2), 249.
  • George, T.S., Brown, L.K., Newton, A.C., Hallett, P.D., Sun, B.H., Thomas, W.T.B. and White, P.J., 2011. Impact of soil tillage on the robustness of the genetic component of variation in phosphorus (P) use efficiency in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Plant and Soil, 339 (1), 113-123.
  • Chakraborty, S. and Newton, A.C., 2011. Climate change, plant diseases and food security: An overview. Plant Pathology, 60 (1), 2-14.
  • Keith, S.A., Newton, A.C., Morecroft, M.D., Golicher, D.J. and Bullock, J.M., 2011. Plant metacommunity structure remains unchanged during biodiversity loss in English woodlands. Oikos, 120 (2), 302-310.
  • Cantarello, E., Newton, A. and Hill, R.A., 2011. Potential effects of future land-use change on regional carbon stocks in the UK. Environmental Science & Policy, 14, 40-52.
  • Cantarello, E., Newton, A., Hill, R.A., Tejedor, N., Williams-Linera, G., Lopez-Barrera, F., Manson, R.H. and Golicher, D., 2011. Simulating the potential for ecological restoration of dryland forests in Mexico under different disturbance regimes. Ecological Modelling, 222, 1112-1128.
  • Newton, A.C., 2011. Social-ecological resilience and biodiversity conservation in a 900-yearold protected area. Ecology and Society, 16 (4).
  • Keith, S., Herbert, R.J.H., Norton, P., Hawkins, S.J. and Newton, A., 2011. Individualistic species limitations of climate-induced range expansions generated by meso-scale dispersal barriers. Diversity and Distributions, 17, 275-286.
  • Del Castillo, R.F., Trujillo, S., Newton, A. and Sánchez-Vargas, N., 2011. Genetic factors associated to population size may increase extinction risks and decrease colonization potential in a keystone tropical pine. Evolutionary Applications, 4, 574-588.
  • Orsi, F., Geneletti, D. and Newton, A., 2011. Towards a common set of criteria and indicators to identify forest restoration priorities: An expert panel-based approach. Ecological Indicators, 11, 337-347.
  • Brouwers, N., Newton, A. and Baillie, S., 2011. The dispersal ability of wood cricket (Nemobius sylvestris) (Orthoptera: Gryllidae) in a wooded landscape. European Journal of Entomology, 108, 117-125.
  • Keith, S., Newton, A., Morecroft, M.D., Golicher, D. and Bullock, J.M., 2011. Woodland metacommunity structure remains unchanged during biodiversity loss in English woodlands. Oikos, 120, 302-331.
  • Newton, A., 2011. Implications of Goodhart’s Law for monitoring global biodiversity loss. Conservation Letters, 4, 264-268.
  • Bullock, J.M., Aronson, J., Newton, A., Pywell, R.F. and Rey Benayas, J.M., 2011. Restoration of ecosystem services and biodiversity: conflicts and opportunities. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 26, 541-549.
  • Cockram, J., Newton, A. et al., 2010. Genome-wide association mapping to candidate polymorphism resolution in the unsequenced barley genome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 107 (50), 21611-21616.
  • Newton, A.C., Duncan, J.M., Augustin, N.H., Guy, D.C. and Cooke, D.E.L., 2010. Survival, distribution and genetic variability of inoculum of the strawberry red core pathogen, Phytophthora fragariae var. fragariae, in soil. Plant Pathology, 59 (3), 472-479.
  • Newton, A.C. et al., 2010. Cereal landraces for sustainable agriculture. A review. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 30 (2), 237-269.
  • Brouwers, N. and Newton, A., 2010. The influence of barriers and orientation on the dispersal ability of wood cricket (Nemobius sylvestris) (Orthoptera: Gryllidae). Journal of Insect Conservation, 14, 313-317.
  • Newton, A., 2010. Biodiversity conservation and the traditional management of common land: the case of the New Forest. Landscape Archaeology and Ecology, 8, 139-153.
  • Brouwers, N. and Newton, A., 2010. Movement analyses of wood cricket (Nemobius sylvestris) (Orthoptera: Gryllidae). Bulletin of Entomological Research, 100, 623-634.
  • Brouwers, N., Newton, A., Watts, K. and Baillie, S., 2010. Evaluation of buffer-radius modelling approaches used in forest conservation and planning. Forestry, 83, 409-421.
  • Birch, J., Newton, A., Aquino, C.A., Cantarello, E., Echeverria, C., Kitzberger, T., Schiappacasse, I. and Tejedor, N., 2010. Cost-effectiveness of dryland forest restoration evaluated by spatial analysis of ecosystem services. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 107, 21925-21930.
  • Newton, A., 2010. Use of a Bayesian Network for Red Listing Under Uncertainty. Environmental Modelling and Software, 25, 15-23.
  • Keith, S., Newton, A., Morecroft, M.D., Bealey, C.E. and Bullock, J.M., 2009. Taxonomic homogenisation of woodland plant communities over seventy years. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B: Biological Sciences, 276, 3539-3544.
  • Rey Benayas, J.M., Newton, A., Diaz, A. and Bullock, J.M., 2009. Enhancement of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services by Ecological Restoration: A Meta-Analysis. Science, 325, 1121-1124.
  • Cayuela, L., Golicher, D., Newton, A., Kolb, H., de Alburquerque, F.S., Arets, E.J.M.M., Alkemade, J.R.M. and Pérez, A.M., 2009. Species distribution modeling in the tropics: problems, potentialities, and the role of biological data for effective species conservation. Tropical Conservation Science, 2, 319-352.
  • Newton, A.C., Begg, G.S. and Swanston, J.S., 2009. Deployment of diversity for enhanced crop function. Annals of Applied Biology, 154 (3), 309-322.
  • Gozlan, R.E. and Newton, A., 2009. Biological Invasions: Benefits versus Risks (Letters). Science, 324, 1015.
  • Newton, A.C., Stewart, G.B., Myers, G., Diaz, A., Lake, S., Bullock, J.M. and Pullin, A.S., 2009. Impacts of grazing on lowland heathland in north-west Europe. Biological Conservation, 142 (5), 935-947.
  • Marshall, B., Newton, A.C. and Zhan, J., 2009. Quantitative evolution of aggressiveness of powdery mildew under two-cultivar barley mixtures. Plant Pathology, 58 (2), 378-388.
  • Newton, A.C. and Guy, D.C., 2009. The effects of uneven, patchy cultivar mixtures on disease control and yield in winter barley. Field Crops Research, 110 (3), 225-228.
  • Newton, A. et al., 2009. Towards Integrated Analysis of Human Impacts on Forest Biodiversity: Lessons from Latin America. Ecology and Society, 14.
  • Brouwers, N. and Newton, A., 2009. The influence of habitat availability and landscape structure on the distribution of wood cricket (Nemobius sylvestris) on the Isle of Wight, UK. Landscape Ecology, 24, 199-212.
  • Brouwers, N. and Newton, A., 2009. Movement rates of woodland invertebrates: a systematic review of empirical evidence. Insect Conservation and Diversity, 2, 10-22.
  • Newton, A., Golicher, D. et al., 2009. Toward integrated analysis of human impacts on forest biodiversity: lessons from Latin America. Ecology and Society, 14.
  • Newton, A., Hill, R.A., Echeverria, C., Golicher, D., Rey Benayas, J.M., Cayuela, L. and Hinsley, S.A., 2009. Remote sensing and the future of landscape ecology. Progress in Physical Geography, 33, 528-546.
  • Keith, S.A., Newton, A., Herbert, R.J.H., Morecroft, M.D. and Bealey, C.E., 2009. Non-analogous community formation in response to climate change. Journal for Nature Conservation, 17, 228-235.
  • Brouwers, N. and Newton, A., 2009. The Influence of Habitat and Landscape Structure on the Distribution of Wood Cricket (Nemobius sylvestris) on the Isle of Wight, UK. Landscape Ecology, 24, 189-212.
  • Brouwers, N. and Newton, A., 2009. Habitat requirements for the conservation of wood cricket (Nemobius sylvestris) (Orthoptera: Gryllidae) on the Isle of Wight, UK. Journal of Insect Conservation, 13, 529-541.
  • Newton, A.C., Hackett, C.A. and Stuart Swanston, J., 2008. Analysing the contribution of component cultivars and cultiver combinations to malting quality, yield and disease in complex mixtures. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 88 (12), 2142-2152.
  • Negrete-Yankelevich, S., Fragoso, C., Newton, A.C., Russell, G. and Heal, O.W., 2008. Decomposition and macroinvertebrates in experimental litter along a secondary chronosequence of tropical montane forest. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 44 (6), 853-861.
  • Echeverria, C., Coomes, D.A., Hall, M. and Newton, A., 2008. Spatially Explicit Models to Analyze Forest Loss and Fragmentation Between 1976 and 2020 in Southern Chile. Ecological Modelling, 212, 439-449.
  • Newton, A., 2008. Restoration of Dryland Forests in Latin America: The ReForLan Project. Ecological Restoration, 26, 10-13.
  • Newton, A., 2008. Conservation of Tree Species Through Sustainable Use: How Can it be Achieved in Practice? Oryx, 42, 195-205.
  • Rey Benayas, J.M., Bullock, J.M. and Newton, A., 2008. Creating Woodland Islets to Reconcile Ecological Restoration, Conservation, and Agricultural Land Use. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 6, 329-336.
  • Newton, A. and Oldfield, S., 2008. Red Listing the World’s Tree Species: A Review of Recent Progress. Endangered Species Research, 6, 137-147.
  • Negrete-Yankelevich, S., Fragoso, C.E., Newton, A., Russell, G. and Heal, O.W., 2008. Species-Specific Characteristics of Trees can Determine the Litter Macroinvertebrate Community and Decomposition Process Below Their Canopies. Plant and Soil, 307, 83-97.
  • Rey Benayas, J.M., Bullock, J.M. and Newton, A., 2008. La Creación de Islotes Forestales en Tierras de Cultivo. Quercus, 270, 22-26.
  • Newton, A., Gow, J., Robertson, A., Williams-Linera, G., Ramirez-Marcial, N., Gonzalez-Espinosa, M., Allnutt, T.R. and Ennos, R.A., 2008. Genetic Variation in Two Rare Endemic Mexican Trees, Magnolia Sharpii and Magnolia Schiedeana. Silvae Genetica, 57, 348-356.
  • Cantarello, E. and Newton, A., 2008. Identifying cost-effective indicators to assess the conservation status of forested habitats in Natura 2000 sites. Forest Ecology and Management, 256, 815-826.
  • Newton, A., Marshall, E., Schreckenberg, K., Golicher, D., te Velde, D.W., Edouard, F. and Arancibia, E., 2007. Use of a Bayesian belief network to predict the impacts of commercializing non-timber forest products on livelihoods. Ecology and Society, 11.
  • Echeverria, C., Lara, A., Rey Benayas, J.M., Newton, A. and Coomes, D.A., 2007. Impacts of Forest Fragmentation on Species Composition and Forest Structure in the Temperate Landscape in Southern Chile. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 16, 426-439.
  • Negrete-Yankelevich, S., Fragoso, C., Newton, A.C. and Heal, O.W., 2007. Successional changes in soil, litter and macroinvertebrate parameters following selective logging in a Mexican Cloud Forest. Applied Soil Ecology, 35 (2), 340-355.
  • Newton, A., Stewart, G.B., Diaz, A., Golicher, D. and Pullin, A.S., 2007. Bayesian Belief Networks as a Tool for Evidence-Based Conservation Management. Journal for Nature Conservation, 15, 144-160.
  • Lopez-Barrera, F., Manson, R.H., Gonzalez-Espinosa, M. and Newton, A., 2007. Effects of Varying Forest Edge Permeability on Seed Dispersal in a Neotropical Montane Forest. Landscape Ecology, 22, 189-203.
  • Echeverria, C., Coomes, D.A., Newton, A., Lara, A. and Rey Benayas, J.M., 2007. Patterns of Land Use Change and Forest Fragmentation in the Temperate Forests in Southern Chile. IALE Landscape and Management Research Papers: Understanding biodiversity loss: an overview on forest fragmentation in South America, 63-73.
  • Gordon, J.E. and Newton, A., 2006. Efficient Floristic Inventory for the Assessment of Tropical Tree Diversity: A Comparative Test of Four Alternative Approaches. Forest Ecology and Management, 237, 564-573.
  • Gordon, J.E. and Newton, A., 2006. The Potential Misapplication of Rapid Plant Diversity Assessment in Tropical Conservation. Journal for Nature Conservation, 14, 117-126.
  • Lopez-Barrera, F., Manson, R.H., Gonzalez-Espinosa, M. and Newton, A., 2006. Effects of the Type of Montane Forest Edge on Oak Seedling Establishment Along Forest–Edge–Exterior Gradients. Forest Ecology and Management, 225, 234-244.
  • Miles, L., Newton, A., DeFries, R., Ravilious, C., May, I., Blyth, S., Kapos, V. and Gordon, J.E., 2006. A global overview of the conservation status of tropical dry forests. Journal of Biogeography, 33, 491-505.
  • Echeverria, C., Coomes, D.A., Salas, J., Rey Benayas, J.M., Lara, A. and Newton, A., 2006. Rapid Deforestation and Fragmentation of Chilean Temperate Forests. Biological Conservation, 130, 481-494.
  • Bajracharya, S.B., Furley, P.A. and Newton, A., 2006. Impacts of Community-Based Conservation on Local Communities in the Annapurna Conservation Area, Nepal. Biodiversity and Conservation, 15, 2765-2786.
  • te Velde, D.W., Rushton, J., Schreckenberg, K., Marshall, E., Edouard, F., Newton, A. and Arancibia, E., 2006. Entrepreneurship in Value Chains of Non-Timber Forest Products. Forest Policy and Economics, 8, 725-741.
  • Cantarello, E. and Newton, A., 2006. Towards Cost-Effective Indicators to Maintain Natura 2000 Sites in Favourable Conservation Status. Preliminary Results from Cansiglio and New Forest. Forest@, 3, 574-583.
  • Yankelevich, S.N., Fragoso, C.E., Newton, A., Russell, G. and Heal, O.W., 2006. Spatial Patchiness of Litter, Nutrients and Macroinvertebrates during Secondary Succession in a Tropical Montane Cloud Forest in Mexico. Plant and Soil, 286, 123-139.
  • Lopez-Barrera, F. and Newton, A., 2005. Edge Type Effect on Germination of Oak Tree Species in the Highlands of Chiapas, Mexico. Forest Ecology and Management, 217, 67-79.
  • Alvarez-Aquino, C., Williams-Linera, G. and Newton, A., 2005. Disturbance Effects on the Seed Bank of Mexican Cloud Forest Fragments. Biotropica, 37, 337-342.
  • Swanston, J.S. and Newton, A.C., 2005. Mixtures of UK wheat as an efficient and environmentally friendly source for bioethanol. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 9 (3), 109-126.
  • Walters, D., Newton, A. and Lyon, G., 2005. Induced resistance: Helping plants to help themselves. Biologist, 52 (1), 28-33.
  • Goodman, B.A. and Newton, A.C., 2005. Effects of drought stress and its sudden relief on free radical processes in barley. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 85 (1), 47-53.
  • Bajracharya, S.B., Furley, P.A. and Newton, A., 2005. Effectiveness of Community Involvement in Delivering Conservation Benefits to the Annapurna Conservation Area, Nepal. Environmental Conservation, 32, 239-247.
  • Lopez-Barrera, F., Newton, A. and Manson, R.H., 2005. Edge Effects in a Tropical Montane Forest Mosaic: Experimental Tests of Post-Dispersal Acorn Removal. Ecological Research, 20, 31-40.
  • Wilson, K.A., Pressey, R.L., Newton, A., Burgman, M.A., Possingham, H. and Weston, C.J., 2005. Measuring and Incorporating Vulnerability into Conservation Planning. Environmental Management, 35, 527-543.
  • Wilson, K.A., Newton, A., Echeverria, C., Weston, C.J. and Burgman, M.A., 2005. A Vulnerability Analysis of the Temperate Forests of South Central Chile. Biological Conservation, 122, 9-21.
  • Alvarez-Aquino, C., Williams-Linera, G. and Newton, A., 2004. Experimental Native Tree Seedling Establishment for the Restoration of a Mexican Cloud Forest. Restoration Ecology, 12, 412-418.
  • Newton, A.C., Hackett, C.A., Lowe, R. and Wale, S.J., 2004. Relationship between canopy reflectance and yield loss due to disease in barley. Annals of Applied Biology, 145 (1), 95-106.
  • Robertson, A., Newton, A. and Ennos, R.A., 2004. Breeding Systems and Continuing Evolution in the Endemic Sorbus Taxa on Arran. Heredity, 93, 487-495.
  • Newton, A.C., Toth, I.K., Neave, P. and Hyman, L.J., 2004. Bacterial inoculum from a previous crop affects fungal disease development on subsequent nonhost crops. New Phytologist, 163 (1), 133-138.
  • DeFries, R., Hansen, A., Newton, A. and Hansen, M.C., 2004. Increasing isolation of protected areas in tropical forests over the past twenty years. Ecological Applications, 15, 19-26.
  • Hein, I., Newton, A.C. et al., 2004. Characterisation of early transcriptional changes involving multiple signalling pathways in the Mla13 barley interaction with powdery mildew (Blumeria graminis f. sp. hordei). Planta, 218 (5), 803-813.
  • Rowden, A., Robertson, A., Allnutt, T.R., Heredia, S., Williams-Linera, G. and Newton, A., 2004. Conservation Genetics of Mexican Beech, Fagus Grandifolia Var. Mexicana. Conservation Genetics, 5, 475-484.
  • Robertson, A., Newton, A. and Ennos, R.A., 2003. Multiple Hybrid Origins, Genetic Diversity and Population Genetic Structure of Two Endemic Sorbus Taxa on the Isle of Arran, Scotland. Molecular Ecology, 13, 123-134.
  • Newton, A.C., Lees, A.K., Hilton, A.J. and Thomas, W.T.B., 2003. Susceptibility of oat cultivars to groat discoloration: Causes and remedies. Plant Breeding, 122 (2), 125-130.
  • Newton, A.C., Guy, D.C., Campbell, E. and Thomas, W.T.B., 2003. The effect of variable environment on inducible powdery mildew resistance expression in barley. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz, 110 (2), 113-119.
  • Marshall, E. and Newton, A., 2003. Non-Timber Forest Products in the Community of El Terrero, Sierra de Manantla´n Biosphere Reserve, Mexico: Is Their Use Sustainable? Economic Botany, 57, 262-278.
  • Premoli, A.C., Vergara, A., Souto, C.P., Lara, A. and Newton, A., 2003. Lowland Valleys Shelter the Ancient Conifer Fitzroya Cupressoides in the Central Depression of Southern Chile. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 33, 623-631.
  • Newton, A., Holden, E., Watling, R. and Davy, L.M., 2003. Fungal Conservation in Scotland: Recent Progress and Future Priorities. Botanical Journal of Scotland, 55, 39-53.
  • Williams-Linera, G., Rowden, A. and Newton, A., 2003. Distribution and Stand Characteristics of Relict Populations of Mexican Beech (Fagus Grandifolia var. Mexicana). Biological Conservation, 109, 27-36.
  • Bekessy, S.A., Ennos, R.A., Burgman, M.A., Newton, A. and Ades, P.K., 2003. Neutral DNA Markers Fail to Detect Genetic Divergence in an Ecologically Important Trait. Biological Conservation, 110, 267-275.
  • Newton, A., Davy, L.M., Holden, E., Silverside, A., Watling, R. and Ward, S.D., 2003. Status, Distribution and Definition of Mycologically Important Grasslands in Scotland. Biological Conservation, 111, 11-23.
  • Allnutt, T.R., Newton, A., Premoli, A.C. and Lara, A., 2003. Genetic Variation in the Threatened South American Conifer Pilgerodendron Uviferum (Cupressaceae), Detected Using RAPD Markers. Biological Conservation, 114, 245-253.
  • Nellemann, C., Vistnes, I., Jordhoy, P., Strand, O. and Newton, A., 2003. Progressive Impact of Piecemeal Infrastructure Development on Wild Reindeer. Biological Conservation, 113, 307-317.
  • Marshall, E., Newton, A. and Schreckenberg, K., 2003. Commercialisation of Non-Timber Forest Products: first steps in analysing the factors influencing success. International Forestry Review, 5, 128-137.
  • Mahroof, R.M., Hauxwell, C., Edirisinghe, J.P., Watt, A.D. and Newton, A., 2002. Effects of Artificial Shade on Attack by the Mahogany Shoot Borer, Hypsipyla Robusta (Moore). Agricultural and Forest Entomology, 4, 283-292.
  • Newton, A.C., Guy, D.C., Nadziak, J. and Gacek, E.S., 2002. The effect of inoculum pressure, germplasm selection and environment on spring barley cultivar mixtures efficacy. Euphytica, 125 (3), 325-335.
  • Silla, F., Fraver, S., Lara, A., Allnutt, T.R. and Newton, A., 2002. Regeneration and Stand Dynamics of Fitzroya Cupressoides (Cupressaceae) Forests of Southern Chile's Central Depression. Forest Ecology and Management, 165, 213-224.
  • Allnutt, T.R., del Castillo, R.F., Dvorak, W.S., Newton, A. and Ennos, R.A., 2002. Patterns of genetic variation in Pinus chiapensis, a threatened Mexican pine, detected by RAPD and mitochondrial DNA RFLP markers. Heredity, 89, 191-198.
  • Lyon, G.D., Newton, A.C. and Marshall, B., 2002. The need for a standard nomenclature for gene classification (a Nucleotide Function Code) and an automated data-based tool to assist in understanding the molecular associations in cell signalling in plant-pathogen interactions. Molecular Plant Pathology, 3 (2), 103-109.
  • Premoli, A.C., Souto, C.P., Rovere, A.E., Allnutt, T.R. and Newton, A., 2002. Patterns of Isozyme Variation as Indicators of Biogeographic History in Pilgerodendron Uviferum (D. Don) Florin. Diversity and Distributions, 8, 57-66.
  • Newton, A., Holden, E., Davy, L.M., Ward, S.D., Fleming, L.V. and Watling, R., 2002. Status and Distribution of Stipitate Hydnoid Fungi in Scottish Coniferous Forests. Biological Conservation, 107, 181-192.
  • Bekessy, S.A., Allnutt, T.R., Premoli, A.C., Lara, A., Ennos, R.A., Burgman, M.A., Cortes, M. and Newton, A., 2002. Genetic Variation in the Vulnerable and Endemic Monkey Puzzle Tree, Detected using RAPDs. Heredity, 88, 243-249.
  • Newton, A., Watling, R., Davy, L.M., Holden, E. and Ward, S.D., 2002. Progress Towards Implementing the Biodiversity Action Plan for Stipitate Hydnoid Fungi in Scotland. Botanical Journal of Scotland, 54, 89-110.
  • Bekessy, S.A., Sleep, D., Stott, A., Menuccini, M., Thomas, P., Ennos, R.A., Burgman, M.A., Gardner, M.F. and Newton, A., 2002. Adaptation of Monkey Puzzle to Arid Environments Reflected by Regional Differences in Stable Carbon Isotope Ratio and Allocation to Root Biomass. Forest Genetics, 9, 63-70.
  • Soehartono, T., Newton, A. and Mardiastuti, A., 2002. Factors Influencing the Survival and Growth of Aquilaria Malaccensis Seedlings in Indonesia. Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 14, 364-378.
  • Newton, A. and Kapos, V., 2002. Biodiversity Indicators in National Forest Inventories. Unasylva, 56-64.
  • Soehartono, T. and Newton, A., 2002. The Gaharu Trade in Indonesia: Is It Sustainable? Economic Botany, 56, 271-284.
  • Rovere, A.E., Premoli, A.C. and Newton, A., 2002. Conservation Status of Ciprés de las Guaitecas (Pilgerodendron uviferum [Don] Florín) in Argentina Bosque. Bosque, 23, 11-19.
  • Allnutt, T.R., Courtis, J.R., Gardner, M.F. and Newton, A., 2001. Genetic Variation in Wild Chilean and Cultivated British Populations of Podocarpus Salignus D. Don (Podocarpaceae). Edinburgh Journal of Botany, 58, 459-473.
  • Soehartono, T. and Newton, A., 2001. Reproductive Ecology of Aquilaria spp. in Indonesia. Forest Ecology and Management, 152, 59-71.
  • Ingleby, K., Fahmer, A., Wilson, J., Newton, A., Mason, P.A. and Smith, R.I., 2001. Interactions Between Mycorrhizal Colonisation, Nodulation and Growth of Calliandra Calothyrsus Seedlings Supplied With Different Concentrations of Phosphorus Solution. Symbiosis, 30, 15-28.
  • Mesen, J.F., Leakey, R.R.B. and Newton, A., 2001. The Influence of Stockplant Environment on Morphology, Physiology and Rooting of Leafy Stem Cuttings of Albizia Guachapele. New Forests, 22, 213-227.
  • Etisham-Ul-Haq, M., Allnutt, T.R., Smith-Ramirez, C., Gardner, M.F., Armesto, J.J. and Newton, A., 2001. Patterns of Genetic Variation in in and ex situ Populations of the Threatened Chilean VineBerberidopsis corallina , Detected Using RAPD Markers. Annals of Botany, 87, 813-821.
  • Newton, A. and Soehartono, T., 2001. CITES and the Conservation of Tree Species: The Case of Aquilaria spp. in Indonesia. International Forestry Review, 3, 27-33.
  • Newton, A., Stirling, M. and Crowell, M., 2001. Current Approaches to Native Woodland Restoration in Scotland. Botanical Journal of Scotland, 53, 169-196.
  • Premoli, A.C., Souto, C.P., Allnutt, T.R. and Newton, A., 2001. Effects of Population Disjunction on Isozyme Variation in the Widespread Pilgerodendron Uviferum. Heredity, 87, 337-343.
  • Soehartono, T. and Newton, A., 2001. Conservation and Sustainable use of Tropical Trees in the Genus Aquilaria II. The Impact of Gaharu Harvesting in Indonesia. Biological Conservation, 97, 29-41.
  • Newton, A.C., Searle, J., Guy, D.C., Hackett, C.A. and Cooke, D.E.L., 2001. Variability in pathotype, aggressiveness, RAPD profile, and rDNA ITS1 sequences of UK isolates of Rhynchosporium secalis. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz, 108 (5), 446-458.
  • Swanston, J.S., Newton, A.C., Guy, D.C. and Gacek, E.S., 2000. Malting performance of barley cultivar mixtures from the UK and Poland. Journal of the Institute of Brewing, 106 (4), 239-243.
  • Caten, C.E. and Newton, A.C., 2000. Variation in cultural characteristics, pathogenicity, vegetative compatibility and electrophoretic karyotype within field populations of Stagonospora nodorum. Plant Pathology, 49 (2), 219-226.
  • Finckh, M.R., Newton, A.C. et al., 2000. Cereal variety and species mixtures in practice, with emphasis on disease resistance. Agronomie, 20 (7), 813-837.
  • De Vallavieille-Pope, C., Giosue, S., Munk, L., Newton, A.C., Niks, R.E., Ostergard, H., Pons-Kuhnemann, J., Rossi, V. and Sache, I., 2000. Assessment of epidemiological parameters and their use in epidemiological and forecasting models of cereal airborne diseases. Agronomie, 20 (7), 715-727.
  • Lyngkjaer, M.F., Newton, A.C., Atzema, J.L. and Baker, S.J., 2000. The Barley mlo-gene: An important powdery mildew resistance source. Agronomie, 20 (7), 745-756.
  • Forster, B.P., Ellis, R.P., Thomas, W.T.B., Newton, A.C., Tuberosa, R., This, D., El-Enein, R.A., Bahri, M.H. and Ben Salem, M., 2000. The development and application of molecular markers for abiotic stress tolerance in barley. Journal of Experimental Botany, 51 (342), 19-27.
  • Baker, S.J., Newton, A.C. and Gurr, S.J., 2000. Cellular characteristics of temporary partial breakdown of mlo-resistance in barley to powdery mildew. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology, 56 (1), 1-11.
  • Newton, A.C., Guy, D.C., Gaunt, R.E. and Thomas, W.T.B., 2000. The effect of powdery mildew inoculum pressure and fertilizer levels on disease tolerance in spring barley. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz, 107 (1), 67-73.
  • Myers, G.P., Newton, A. and Melgarejo, O., 2000. The influence of canopy gap size on natural regeneration of Brazil nut (Bertholletia excelsa) in Bolivia. Forest Ecology and Management, 127, 119-128.
  • Soehartono, T. and Newton, A., 2000. Conservation and sustainable use of tropical trees in the genus Aquilaria. I. Status and distribution in Indonesia. Biological Conservation, 96, 83-94.
  • Ferris, R., Peace, A.J. and Newton, A., 2000. Macrofungal communities of lowland Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) and Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karsten) plantations in England: relationships with site factors and stand structure. Forest Ecology and Management, 131, 255-267.
  • Humphrey, J., Newton, A., Peace, A.J. and Holden, E., 2000. The importance of conifer plantations in northern Britain as a habitat for native fungi. Biological Conservation, 96, 241-252.
  • Newton, A.C. and Toth, I.K., 1999. Helper bacteria and pathogenicity assessments. New Phytologist, 144 (3), 385-386.
  • Newton, A., Allnutt, T.R., Gillies, A.C.M., Lowe, A. and Ennos, R.A., 1999. Molecular phylogeography, intraspecific variation and the conservation of tree species. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 14, 140-145.
  • Dyke, A.J. and Newton, A., 1999. Commercial harvesting of wild mushrooms in Scottish forests: is it sustainable? Scottish Forestry, 53, 77-85.
  • Allnutt, T.R., Newton, A., Lara, A., Premoli, A.C., Armesto, J.J., Vergara, R. and Gardner, M., 1999. Genetic variation in Fitzroya cupressoides (alerce), a threatened South American conifer. Molecular Ecology, 8, 975-987.
  • Hellier, A., Newton, A. and Ochoa Gaona, S., 1999. Use of indigenous knowledge for assessing trends in biodiversity: a case study from Chiapas, Mexico. Biodiversity and Conservation, 8, 869-889.
  • Vera, N.E., Finegan, B. and Newton, A., 1999. Microclimate and the photosynthetic characteristics of saplings of eight canopy tree species in a disturbed neotropical rain forest. Photosynthetica, 36, 407-422.
  • Gillies, A.C.M., Navarro, C., Lowe, A.J., Newton, A., Hernandez, M., Wilson, J. and Cornelius, J.P., 1999. Genetic diversity in Mesoamerican populations of mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla), assessed using RAPDs. Heredity, 83, 722-732.
  • Konstant, T.L., Taylor, J.H., Newton, A. and Tipper, R., 1999. The potential for community-based forest management in Chiapas, Mexico: a comparison of two case studies. Journal of Sustainable Forestry, 9, 169-191.
  • Nketiah, T., Newton, A. and Leakey, R.R.B., 1999. Vegetative propagation of Triplochiton scleroxylon in Ghana: Effects of cutting origin. Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 11, 512-515.
  • Newton, A.C., Watt, A.D., Lopez, F., Cornelius, J.P., Mesén, J.F. and Corea, E.A., 1999. Genetic variation in host susceptibility to attack by the mahogany shoot borer, Hypsipyla grandella (Zeller). Agricultural and Forest Entomology, 1 (1), 11-18.
  • Vera, N.E., Finegan, B. and Newton, A.C., 1999. The photosynthetic characteristics of saplings of eight canopy tree species in a disturbed neotropical rain forest. PHOTOSYNTHETICA, 36 (3), 407-422.
  • Newton, A. and Metcalfe, S.E., 1999. Tephrochronology of the Toluca Basin, Central Mexico. Quaternary Science Reviews, 18, 1039-1059.
  • Newton, A.C., Hackett, C.A. and Guy, D.C., 1998. Diversity and complexity of Erysiphe graminis f.sp. hordei collected from barley cultivar mixtures or barley plots treated with a resistance elicitor. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 104 (9), 925-931.
  • Newton, A.C. and Guy, D.C., 1998. Exploration and exploitation strategies of powdery mildew on barley cultivars with different levels of nutrients. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 104 (8), 829-833.
  • Newton, A.C. and Haigh, J.M., 1998. Diversity of ectomycorrhizal fungi in Britain: a test of the species-area relationship, and the role of host specificity. NEW PHYTOLOGIST, 138 (4), 619-627.
  • Newton, A., Cornelius, J.P., Corea, E., Mesen, J.F. and Watt, A.D., 1998. Variation in attack by the mahogany shoot borer, Hypsipyla grandella (Zeller), in relation to host growth and phenology. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 88, 319-326.
  • Flynn, D., Newton, A. and Ingleby, K., 1998. Ectomycorrhizal colonisation of Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis (Bong.) Carr) seedlings in a Scottish plantation forest. Mycorrhiza, 7, 313-317.
  • Nketiah, T., Newton, A. and Leakey, R.R.B., 1998. Vegetative propagation of Triplochiton scleroxylon K. Schum in Ghana. Forest Ecology and Management, 105, 99-105.
  • Allnutt, T.R., Thomas, P., Newton, A. and Gardner, M.F., 1998. Genetic variation in Fitzroya cupressoides cultivated in the British Isles, assessed using RAPDs. Edinburgh Journal of Botany, 55, 329-341.
  • Newton, A. and Ashmole, P., 1998. How may native woodland be restored to southern Scotland? Scottish Forestry, 52, 168-171.
  • Palmer, H.E., Newton, A., Doyle, C.J., Thomson, S. and Stewart, L.E.D., 1998. An economic evaluation of alternative genetic improvement strategies for farm woodland trees. Forestry, 71, 333-347.
  • Newton, A., 1998. Restoration of native woodland in southern Scotland: the Carrifran Wildwood project. Restoration and Management Notes, 16, 212-213.
  • Newton, A.C. and Dashwood, E.P., 1998. The Interaction of Humidity and Resistance Elicitors on Expression of Polygenic Resistance of Barley to Mildew. Journal of Phytopathology, 146 (2-3), 123-130.
  • Newton, A.C., Swanston, J.S., Guy, D.C. and Ellis, R.P., 1998. The effect of cultivar mixtures on malting quality in winter barley. Journal of the Institute of Brewing, 104 (1), 41-45.
  • Baker, S.J., Newton, A.C., Crabb, D., Guy, D.C., Jefferies, R.A., Mackerron, D.K.L., Thomas, W.T.B. and Gurr, S.J., 1998. Temporary partial breakdown of mlo-resistance in spring barley by sudden relief of soil water-stress under field conditions: The effects of genetic background and mlo allele. Plant Pathology, 47 (4), 401-410.
  • Newton, A.C., Osbourn, A.E. and Caten, C.E., 1998. Heterokaryosis and vegetative incompatibility in Stagonospora nodorum. Mycologia, 90 (2), 215-225.
  • Newton, A.C., Thomas, W.T.B., Guy, D.C. and Gaunt, R.E., 1998. The interaction of fertiliser treatment with tolerance to powdery mildew in spring barley. Field Crops Research, 55 (1-2), 45-56.
  • Newton, A.C., Ellis, R.P., Hackett, C.A. and Guy, D.C., 1997. The effect of component number on Rhynchosporium secalis infection and yield in mixtures of winter barley cultivars. Plant Pathology, 46 (6), 930-938.
  • Newton, A., 1997. The pick of the crop. New Scientist, 156 (2108), 55.
  • Mesén, F., Newton, A.C. and Leakey, R.R.B., 1997. The effects of propagation environment and foliar area on the rooting physiology of Cordia alliodora (Ruiz and Pavon) Oken cuttings. Trees - Structure and Function, 11 (7), 404-411.
  • Mesen, J.F., Newton, A. and Leakey, R.R.B., 1997. Vegetative propagation of Cordia alliodora (Ruiz & Pavon) Oken: the effects of IBA concentration, propagation medium and cutting origin. Forest Ecology and Management, 92, 45-54.
  • Gillies, A.C.M., Cornelius, J.P., Newton, A., Navarro, C., Hernandez, M. and Wilson, J., 1997. Genetic variation in Costa Rican populations of the tropical timber species Cedrela odorata L., assessed using RAPDs. Molecular Ecology, 6, 1133-1145.
  • Ofori, D.A., Newton, A., Leakey, R.R.B. and Grace, J., 1997. Vegetative propagation of Milicia excelsa by leafy stem cuttings: effects of maturation, coppicing, cutting length and position on rooting ability. Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 10, 115-129.
  • Shiembo, P.N., Newton, A. and Leakey, R.R.B., 1997. Vegetative propagation of Ricinodendron heudelottii, a West African fruit tree. Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 9, 514-525.
  • Jennings, J.M., Newton, A.C. and Buck, K.W., 1997. Detection of polymorphism in Puccinia hordei using RFLP and RAPD markers, differential cultivars, and analysis of the intergenic spacer region of rDNA. Journal of Phytopathology, 145 (11-12), 511-519.
  • Rohe, M., Searle, J., Newton, A.C. and Knogge, W., 1996. Transformation of the plant pathogenic fungus, Rhynchosporium secalis. Current Genetics, 29 (6), 587-590.
  • Newton, A.C. and Young, I.M., 1996. Temporary partial breakdown of Mlo-resistance in spring barley by the sudden relief of soil water stress. Plant Pathology, 45 (5), 973-977.
  • Newton, A.C., Cornelius, J.P., Baker, P., Gillies, A.C.M., Hernández, M., Ramnarine, S., Mesén, J.F. and Watt, A.D., 1996. Mahogany as a genetic resource. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 122 (1), 61-73.
  • Shiembo, P.N., Newton, A. and Leakey, R.R.B., 1996. Vegetative propagation of Gnetum africanum, a leafy vegetable from West Africa. Journal of Horticultural Science, 71, 149-155.
  • Ofori, D.A., Newton, A., Leakey, R.R.B. and Grace, J., 1996. Vegetative propagation of Milicia excelsa by leafy stem cuttings: effects of auxin concentration, leaf area and rooting medium. Forest Ecology and Management, 84, 39-48.
  • Rothero, M., Newton, A., Evans, S. and Feehan, J., 1996. Waxcap-grassland survey. Mycologist, 10, 23-25.
  • Newton, A., Dick, J.M., McBeath, C. and Leakey, R.R.B., 1996. The influence of R:FR ratio on the growth, photosynthesis and rooting ability of Terminalia spinosa Engl. and Triplochiton scleroxylon K. Schum. Annals of Applied Biology, 128, 541-556.
  • Newton, A. and McBeath, C., 1996. The impact of desiccation on chlorophyll fluorescence in detached leaves of six tropical tree species. Photosynthetica, 32, 491-501.
  • Newton, A., Dick, J.M. and Heaton, T.H.E., 1996. The effect of microbial inoculation on the stable carbon isotope composition (*13C) of Acacia tortilis growing at three sites of varying annual rainfall in Kenya. Journal of Arid Environments, 34, 325-330.
  • Newton, A., 1996. Does tree improvement conflict with the conservation of biodiversity? Agroforestry Forum, 7, 2-5.
  • Ofori, D.A., Newton, A., Leakey, R.R.B. and Cobbinah, J., 1996. Vegetative propagation of Milicia excelsa by root cuttings. Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 9, 124-127.
  • Shiembo, P.N., Newton, A. and Leakey, R.R.B., 1996. Vegetative propagation of Irvingia gabonensis, a West African fruit tree. Forest Ecology and Management, 87, 185-192.
  • Ofori, D.A., Newton, A. and Cobbinah, J., 1996. Prospects for mass propagation of Milicia excelsa Welw. by vegetative means. Ghana Journal of Forestry, 3, 61-67.
  • Leakey, R.R.B. and Newton, A., 1995. Towards a woody plant revolution. Nature and Resources, 31, 40-41.
  • Newton, A., Cornelius, J.P., Mesen, J.F. and Leakey, R.R.B., 1995. Genetic variation in apical dominance of Cedrela odorata seedlings in response to decapitation. Silvae Genetica, 44, 146-150.
  • NEWTON, A.C. and ANDRIVON, D., 1995. Assumptions and implications of current gene‐for‐gene hypotheses. Plant Pathology, 44 (4), 607-618.
  • Reglinski, T., Lyon, G.D. and Newton, A.C., 1995. The control of Botrytis cinerea and Rhizoctonia solani on lettuce using elicitors extracted from yeast cell walls. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz, 102 (3), 257-266.
  • LYON, G.D., REGLINSKI, T. and NEWTON, A.C., 1995. Novel disease control compounds: the potential to ‘immunize’ plants against infection. Plant Pathology, 44 (3), 407-427.
  • HACKETT, C.A., REGLINSKI, T. and NEWTON, A.C., 1995. Use of additive models to represent trends in a barley field trial. Annals of Applied Biology, 127 (2), 391-403.
  • Newton, A.C. and Hackett, C.A., 1994. Subjective components of mildew assessment on spring barley. European Journal of Plant Pathology, 100 (6), 395-412.
  • Reglinski, T., Lyon, G.D. and Newton, A.C., 1994. Assessment of the ability of yeast-derived elicitors to control barley powdery mildew in the field. Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz, 101 (1), 1-10.
  • REGLINSKI, T., LYON, G.D. and NEWTON, A.C., 1994. Induction of resistance mechanisms in barley by yeast‐derived elicitors. Annals of Applied Biology, 124 (3), 509-517.
  • GOLENIEWSKI, G. and NEWTON, A.C., 1994. Modelling the spread of fungal diseases using a nearest neighbour approach: effect of geometrical arrangement. Plant Pathology, 43 (4), 631-643.
  • Newton, A., Moss, R. and Leakey, R., 1994. Domestication of non-timber products. Ecodecision, 13, 48-52.
  • Newton, A.C. and Thomas, W.T.B., 1994. Detection of tolerance of barley cultivars to infection by powdery mildew (Erysiphe graminis f.sp. hordei). Euphytica, 75 (3), 179-187.
  • Chalmers, K.J., Newton, A., Waugh, R., Wilson, J. and Powell, K., 1994. Genetic variation in mahoganies (Meliaceae) detected using RAPDs. Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 89, 504-508.
  • Newton, A., Moss, R. and Leakey, R.R.B., 1994. The hidden harvest of tropical forests: domestication of non-timber products. Ecodecision, 13, 48-52.
  • Newton, A., Baker, P., Ramnarine, S., Mesen, J.F. and Leakey, R.R.B., 1993. The mahogany shoot borer: prospects for control. Forest Ecology and Management, 57, 301-328.
  • Turner, I.M., Brown, M.D. and Newton, A., 1993. The effect of fertilizer application on dipterocarp seedling growth and mycorrhizal infection. Forest Ecology and Management, 57, 329-337.
  • Newton, A. and Jones, A., 1993. Characterisation of microclimate in mist and non-mist propagation systems. Journal of Horticultural Science, 68, 421-430.
  • Newton, A. and Jones, A., 1993. The water status of leafy cuttings of four tropical tree species in mist and non-mist propagation systems. Journal of Horticultural Science, 68, 653-663.
  • Newton, A., Munro, R.C. and Wambugu, T.W., 1993. The water status of Terminalia brownii Fresen seedlings during establishment in semi-arid sites in Kenya. Journal of Arid Environments, 25, 363-374.
  • Newton, A., Leakey, R.R.B. and Mesen, J.F., 1993. Genetic variation in mahoganies: its importance, capture and utilization. Biodiversity and Conservation, 2, 114-126.
  • Newton, A.C. and Thomas, W.T.B., 1993. The Interaction of Either an Effective or a Defeated Major Gene with Non‐specific Resistance on Mildew Infection (Erysiphe graminis f. sp. hordei) and Yield in Mixtures of Barley. Journal of Phytopathology, 139 (3), 268-274.
  • NEWTON, A.C., 1993. The effect of humidity on the expression of partial resistance to powdery mildew in barley. Plant Pathology, 42 (3), 364-367.
  • Newton, A.C. and Thomas, W.T.B., 1992. Evaluation of sources of partial resistance to mildew in barley using enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay and other assessment methods. Euphytica, 66 (1-2), 27-34.
  • Newton, A.C., 1992. Selection for Aggressiveness in Erysiphe graminis f. sp. Hordei Towards Partial Resistance in Barley. Journal of Phytopathology, 136 (2), 165-169.
  • Mesen, J.F., Leakey, R.R.B. and Newton, A., 1992. Hacia el desarollo de tecnicas de silvicultura clonal para el pequeno finquero. El Chasqui, 28, 6-18.
  • Newton, A., Dick, J.M. and Muthoka, P.N., 1992. The influence of leaf area on the rooting physiology of leafy stem cuttings of Terminalia spinosa Engl. Trees, 6, 210-215.
  • Newton, A., 1992. Towards a functional classification of ectomycorrhizal fungi. Mycorrhiza, 2, 75-79.
  • Rodan, B.D., Newton, A. and Verissimo, A., 1992. Mahogany conservation: status and policy initiatives. Environmental Conservation, 19, 331-338.
  • Newton, A.C. and Thomas, W.T.B., 1991. The effect of specific and non-specific resistance in mixtures of barley or genotypes on infection by mildew (Erysiphe graminis f. sp. hordei) and on yield. Euphytica, 59 (1), 73-81.
  • Newton, A.C., 1991. Isozyme Variability in Isolates of Some Facultative Phytopathogenic Fungi. Journal of Phytopathology, 131 (3), 199-204.
  • NEWTON, A.C. and CATEN, C.E., 1991. Characteristics of strains of Septoria nodorum adapted to wheat or to barley. Plant Pathology, 40 (4), 546-553.
  • Newton, A.C. and McGurk, L., 1991. Recurrent Selection for Adaptation of Erysiphe graminis f. sp. hordei to Partial Resistance and the Effect of Environment on Expression of Partial Resistance of Barley. Journal of Phytopathology, 132 (4), 328-338.
  • Newton, A. and Pigott, C.D., 1991. Mineral nutrition and mycorrhizal infection of seedling oak and birch. I. Mycorrhizal infection and mineral uptake during seedling establishment. New Phytologist, 117, 37-44.
  • Newton, A. and Pigott, C.D., 1991. Mineral nutrition and mycorrhizal infection of seedling oak and birch. II. The effect of application of fertilizers on growth, mineral uptake and mycorrhizal infection. New Phytologist, 117, 45-52.
  • Newton, A., 1991. Mineral nutrition and mycorrhizal infection of seedling oak and birch. III. Epidemiological aspects of ectomycorrhizal infection, and the relationship to seedling growth. New Phytologist, 117, 53-60.
  • Pigott, C.D., Newton, A. and Zammit, S., 1991. Predation of acorns and oak seedlings by grey squirrel. Quarterly Journal of Forestry, 85, 173-178.
  • Turner, I.M. and Newton, A., 1990. The initial responses of Malaysian rain forest tree seedlings to a large gap environment. Journal of Applied Ecology, 27, 605-608.
  • Leakey, R.R.B., Mesen, J.F., Tchoundjeu, Z., Longman, K.A., Dick, J.M., Newton, A., Matin, A., Grace, J., Munro, R.C. and Muthoka, P.N., 1990. Low-technology techniques for the vegetative propagation of tropical trees. Commonwealth Forestry Review, 69, 247-257.
  • NEWTON, A.C., 1990. Detection of components of partial resistance to mildew (Erysiphe graminis f.sp. hordei) incorporated into advanced breeding lines of barley using measurement of fungal cell wall sterol. Plant Pathology, 39 (4), 598-602.
  • NEWTON, A.C., 1989. Measuring the sterol content of barley leaves infected with powdery mildew as a means of assessing partial resistance to Erysiphe graminis f.sp. hordei. Plant Pathology, 38 (4), 534-540.
  • Newton, A.C., 1989. Genetic Adaptation of Erysiphc graminis f. sp. Hordei to Barley with Partial Resistance. Journal of Phytopathology, 126 (2), 133-148.
  • NEWTON, A.C., 1989. Somatic recombination in Rhynchosporium secalis. Plant Pathology, 38 (1), 71-74.
  • Newton, A. and Healey, J.R., 1989. Establishment of Clethra occidentalis on stems of the tree fern Cyathea pubescens in Jamaican montane rain forest. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 5, 441-445.
  • NEWTON, A.C., JOHNSON, R. and CATEN, C.E., 1986. Attempted somatic hybridization of Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici and P. striiformis f. sp. hordei. Plant Pathology, 35 (1), 108-113.
  • NEWTON, A.C., CATEN, C.E. and JOHNSON, R., 1985. Variation for isozymes and double‐stranded RNA among isolates of Puccinia striiformis and two other cereal rusts. Plant Pathology, 34 (2), 235-247.

Books

  • Walters, D.R., Newton, A.C. and Lyon, G.D., 2014. Induced Resistance for Plant Defense: A Sustainable Approach to Crop Protection.
  • Walters, D.R., Newton, A.C. and Lyon, G.D., 2014. Preface to Second Edition.
  • Newton, A.C. and Cantarello, E., 2014. An Introduction to the Green Economy. Science, Systems and Sustainability. Routledge.
  • Principles and practice of forest landscape restoration: case studies from the drylands of Latin America.. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN.
  • Biodiversity in the New Forest. Newbury, Berkshire: Pisces Publications.
  • Biodiversity in the New Forest. Newbury: Pisces Publications.
  • Walters, D., Newton, A. and Lyon, G., 2007. Preface.
  • Biodiversity Loss and Conservation in Fragmented Forest Landscapes: evidence from tropical montane and south temperate rain forests in Latin America. Wallingford, England: CABI.
  • Newton, A., 2007. Forest Ecology and Conservation: a Handbook of Techniques. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Newton, A., Oldfield, S., Fragoso, G., Mathew, P., Miles, L. and Edwards, M., 2003. Towards a Global Tree Conservation Atlas. Mapping the Status and Distribution of the World’s Threatened Tree Species. Cambridge: UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre/ Fauna & Flora International.
  • Mayhew, J. and Newton, A., 1998. Silviculture of mahogany. Wallingford, Oxon: CABI.
  • Native woodland restoration in southern Scotland: principles and practice.. Ancrum, Scotland: Borders Forest Trust.
  • Biodiversity in Scotland: status, trends and initiatives. Edinburgh: Stationery Office.
  • Tropical Trees: the potential for domestication and the Rebuilding of Forest Resources. London: HMSO.
  • Domestication of tropical trees for timber and non-timber products. Paris: UNESCO MAB.

Chapters

  • Newton, A.C. and Pons-Kühnemann, J., 2014. Induced Resistance in Natural Ecosystems and Pathogen Population Biology: Exploiting Interactions. Induced Resistance for Plant Defense: A Sustainable Approach to Crop Protection. 137-148.
  • Lyon, G.D., Newton, A.C. and Walters, D.R., 2014. Induced Resistance in Crop Protection: The Future, Drivers and Barriers. Induced Resistance for Plant Defense: A Sustainable Approach to Crop Protection. 316-325.
  • Hodder, K.H., Newton, A.C., Perrella, L., Butters, J. and Ewald, J., 2013. Local information flows and decision making requirements. In: Kenward, R.E., Papathanasiou, J., Manos, B. and Arampatzis, E., eds. Transactional Environmental Support System Design. IGI Global, 33-59.
  • Newton, A.C., Cantarello, E., Lovegrove, A., Appiah, D. and Perella, L., 2013. The influence of grazing animals on tree regeneration and woodland dynamics in the New Forest, England. Trees, Forested Landscapes and Grazing Animals: A European Perspective on Woodlands and Grazed Treescapes. Taylor and Francis.
  • Geneletti, D., Orsi, F., Iannitto, E. and Newton, A., 2011. Identifying priority areas for dryland forest restoration. Principles and practice of forest landscape restoration: case studies from the drylands of Latin America. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN, 273-306.
  • Gonzalez Espinosa, M., Newton, A. et al., 2011. Development of public policy recommendations, application of decision support tools, and management strategies for restoration of dryland forests. Principles and practice of forest landscape restoration: case studies from the drylands of Latin America. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN, 307-352.
  • Newton, A., 2011. Synthesis: principles and practice of forest landscape restoration. Principles and practice of forest landscape restoration: case studies from the drylands of Latin America. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN, 353-383.
  • Premoli, A.C., Newton, A. et al., 2011. Impact of forest fragmentation and degradation on patterns of genetic variation and its implication for forest restoration. Principles and practice of forest landscape restoration: case studies from the drylands of Latin America. IUCN, 205-228.
  • Newton, A. and Tejedor, N., 2011. Introduction. Principles and practice of forest landscape restoration: case studies from the drylands of Latin America. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN, 1-22.
  • Newton, A., Cantarello, E., Myers, G., Douglas, S.J. and Tejedor, N., 2010. The condition and dynamics of New Forest woodlands. Biodiversity in the New Forest. Newbury, Berkshire: Pisces Publications, 132-147.
  • Newton, A., 2010. Synthesis: status and trends of biodiversity in the New Forest. Biodiversity in the New Forest. Newbury, Berkshire: Pisces Publications, 218-228.
  • Conway, G., Wotton, S. and Newton, A., 2010. Bird monitoring in the New Forest: a review of current and ongoing schemes. Biodiversity in the New Forest. Newbury, Berkshire: Pisces Publications, 3-10.
  • Newton, A., 2010. Fungi. Biodiversity in the New Forest. Newbury, Berkshire: Pisces publications, 112-122.
  • Newton, A. et al., 2010. Landscape-scale dynamics and restoration of dryland forest ecosystems. In: Newton, A. and Tejedor, N., eds. Principles and practice of forest landscape restoration: case studies from the drylands of Latin America. Gland, Switzerland: International Union for Conservation of Nature, 229-272.
  • Cantarello, E., Rachel, G. and Diana, W., 2010. The condition of The New Forest habitats: an overview. In: Newton, A., ed. Biodiversity in the New Forest. Newbury: Pisces Publishing, 124-131.
  • Newton, A.C. et al., 2009. Cereal landraces for sustainable agriculture. Sustainable Agriculture. 147-186.
  • Newton, A., 2009. Plant Disease Control through the use of Variety Mixtures. Disease Control in Crops: Biological and Environmentally-Friendly Approaches. 162-171.
  • Bingham, I. and Newton, A., 2009. Crop Tolerance of Foliar Pathogens: Possible Mechanisms and Potential for Exploitation. Disease Control in Crops: Biological and Environmentally-Friendly Approaches. 142-161.
  • Newton, A., 2009. Bayesian Belief Networks in Environmental Modelling: A Review of Recent Progress. In: Findley, P.N., ed. Environmental Modelling: New Research. New York: Nova Science Publishers, 13-50.
  • Newton, A.C., 2009. Bayesian belief networks in environmental modelling: A review of recent progress. Environmental Modelling: New Research. 13-50.
  • Newton, A. and Pons-Kühnemann, J., 2007. Induced Resistance in Natural Ecosystems and Pathogen Population Biology: Exploiting Interactions. Induced Resistance for Plant Defence: A Sustainable Approach to Crop Protection. 133-142.
  • Lyon, G., Newton, A. and Walters, D., 2007. Induced Resistance in Crop Protection: The Future, Drivers and Barriers. Induced Resistance for Plant Defence: A Sustainable Approach to Crop Protection. 243-249.
  • Newton, A.C., 2007. Synthesis. In: Newton, A., ed. Biodiversity Loss and Conservation in Fragmented Forest Landscapes: The Forests of Montane Mexico and Temperate South America.. CABI, 398-405.
  • Echeverria, C., Cayuela, L., Manson, R.H., Coomes, D.A., Lara, A. and Rey Benayas, J.M., 2007. Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Forest Loss and Fragmentation in Mexico and Chile. In: Newton, A., ed. Biodiversity Loss and Conservation in Fragmented Forest Landscapes: Evidence from Tropical Montane and South Temperate Rain Forests in Latin America. Wallingford, England: CABI.
  • Rey Benayas, J.M. et al., 2007. Plant Diversity in Highly Fragmented Forest Landscapes in Mexico and Chile: Implications for Conservation. In: Newton, A., ed. Biodiversity Loss and Conservation in Fragmented Forest Landscapes: Evidence from Tropical Montane and South Temperate Rain Forests in Latin America. CABI.
  • Premoli, A.C., Del Castillo, R.F., Bekessy, S.A., Caldiz, M., Martinez, C., Mathiasen, P., Nunez, M., Quiroga, P., Souto, C.P. and Trujillo, S., 2007. Patterns of Genetic Variation in Tree Species and Their Implications for Conservation. In: Newton, A., ed. Biodiversity Loss and Conservation in Fragmented Forest Landscapes: Evidence from Tropical Montane and South Temperate Rain Forests in Latin America. Wallingford, England: CABI.
  • Negrete-Yankelevich, S. and Fragoso, C.E., 2007. The Impact of Logging and Secondary Succession on the Below-Ground System of a Cloud Forest in Mexico. In: Newton, A., ed. Biodiversity Loss and Conservation in Fragmented Forest Landscapes: Evidence from Tropical Montane and South Temperate Rain Forests in Latin America. Wallingford, England: CABI.
  • Golicher, D., 2007. Applying Succession Models to the Conservation of Tropical Montane Forest. In: Newton, A., ed. Biodiversity Loss and Conservation in Fragmented Forest Landscapes: evidence from tropical montane and south temperate rain forests in Latin America. Wallingford, Oxford: CABI Publishing.
  • Newton, A., Echeverria, C., Gonzalez-Espinosa, M., Williams-Linera, G., Ramirez-Marcial, N., Thiers, O., Armesto, J.J., Aravena, J.C. and Lara, A., 2007. Testing Forest Biodiversity Indicators by Assessing Anthropogenic Impacts Along Disturbance Gradients. In: Newton, A., ed. Biodiversity Loss and Conservation in Fragmented Forest Landscapes: Evidence from Tropical Montane and South Temperate Rain Forests in Latin America. Wallingford, England: CABI Publishing.
  • Wilson, K.A., 2007. Identification of Priority Areas for Conservation in South Central Chile. In: Newton, A., ed. Biodiversity Loss and Conservation in Fragmented Forest Landscapes: evidence from tropical montane and south temperate rain forests in Latin America. Wallingford, England: CABI Publishing.
  • Gonzalez-Espinosa, M. et al., 2007. Restoration of Forest Ecosystems in Fragmented Landscapes of Temperate and Montane Tropical Latin America. In: Newton, A., ed. Biodiversity Loss and Conservation in Fragmented Forest Landscapes: evidence from tropical montane and south temperate rain forests in Latin America. Wallingford, England: CABI.
  • Miles, L. et al., 2007. Future Scenarios for Tropical Montane and South Temperate Forest Biodiversity in Latin America. In: Newton, A., ed. Biodiversity Loss and Conservation in Fragmented Forest Landscapes: evidence from tropical montane and south temperate rain forests in Latin America. Wallingford, England: CABI.
  • Marshall, E., Schreckenberg, K., Newton, A., te Velde, D.W., Rushton, J., Edouard, C., Illsley, C. and Arancibia, E., 2007. Food for Thought for the Bushmeat Trade: Lessons from the Commercialisation of Plant Non-Timber Forest Products. In: Davies, G. and Brown, D., eds. Bushmeat and Livelihoods: Wildlife Management and Poverty Reduction. (Conservation Science and Practice). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing/Zoological Society of London, 197-211.
  • Rey Benayas, J.M., Bullock, J.M. and Newton, A., 2007. Creación de Islotes Forestales Para Reconciliar Restauración Ecológica, Conservación y uso Agrícola. Reunión “Retos y nuevas perspectivas en la revegetación de sistemas forestales”. Sociedad Española de Ciencias Forestales y Asociación Española de Ecología Terrestre, 303-308.
  • Schreckenberg, K., Barrance, A., Degrande, A., Gordon, J.E., Leakey, R.R.B., Marshall, E., Newton, A. and Tchoundjeu, Z., 2005. Trade-offs Between Management Costs and Research Benefits: Lessons from the Forest and the Farm. In: Holland, J. and Campbell, J., eds. Methods in Development Research: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches. Rugby, England: ITDG Publications, 191-204.
  • Newton, A. and Watson Featherstone, A., 2005. Restoring Temperate Forests. In: Mansourian, S., Vallauri, D. and Dudley, N., eds. Forest Restoration in Landscapes: Beyond Planting Trees. New York: Springer, 320-330.
  • Newton, A. and Oldfield, S., 2005. Forest Policy, the Precautionary Principle and Sustainable Forest Management. In: Cooney, R. and Dickson, B., eds. Risk and Uncertainty in Conservation and Sustainable Use. London: Earthscan, 21-38.
  • Newton, A., Wilson, K.A. and Echeverria, C., 2004. Assessing the Vulnerability of Forests to Environmental Change. In: Smithers, R., ed. Landscape ecology of trees and forests : proceedings of the twelfth annual IALE (UK) conference, held at the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, 21st-24th June 2004. IALE (UK), 176-186.
  • Bekessy, S.A., Lara, A., Gonzalez-Espinosa, M., Cortes, M. and Newton, A., 2004. Variación Genética en Araucaria Araucan. In: Donoso, C., Premoli, A.C., Gallo, L. and Ipinza, R., eds. Variación Intraespecifica en Las Especies Arboreas de los Bosques Templados de Chile y Argentina. Santiago, Chile: Editorial Universitaria, 215-232.
  • Bekessy, S.A., Newton, A., Fox, J.C., Lara, A., Premoli, A.C., Cortes, M., Gonzalez, M., Burns, B., Gallo, L. and Isquierdo, F., 2004. Monkey Puzzle Tree in Southern Chile: Effects of Timber and Seed Harvest. In: Açkakaya, H.R., Burgman, M.A., Kindval, O., Wood, C.C., Sjögren Gulve, P., Hatfield, J. and McCarthy, M., eds. Species Conservation and Management: Case Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 48-63.
  • Watt, A.D., Newton, A. and Cornelius, J.P., 2003. Resistance to the Shoot Borer in Mahoganies. In: Lugo, A.E., Figueroa Colón, J. and Alayón, M., eds. Big-Leaf Mahogany: Genetics, Ecology, and Management. London: Springer-Verlag, 395-406.
  • Mayhew, J., Andrew, M., Sandom, J.H. and Newton, A., 2003. Silvicultural Systems for Big Leaf Mahogany Plantations. In: Lugo, A.E., Figueroa Colón, J. and Alayón, M., eds. Big-Leaf Mahogany: Genetics, Ecology, and Management. London: Springer-Verlag, 261-277.
  • Collins, M. and Newton, A., 2003. Biodiversity and the Case of the Missing Lynx. In: Radford, T., ed. Frontiers 02: Science & Technology 2002-03. London: Atlantic Books Ltd, 20-27.
  • Newton, A. and Kapos, V., 2003. Restoration of Wooded Landscapes: Placing UK Initiatives in a Global Context. In: Humphrey, J., Latham, J., Gray, H., Kirby, K., Poulson, E. and Quine, C., eds. [ Restoration of wooded landscapes : proceedings of a conference held at Heriott Watt University, Edinburgh, 14-15 September 2000. ]. Edinburgh: Forestry Commission, 7-24.
  • Humphrey, J.W., Ferris, R., Newton, A. and Peace, A.J., 2003. The Value of Conifer Plantations as a Habitat for Macrofungi. In: Humphrey, J.W., Ferris, F. and Quine, C.P., eds. Biodiversity in Britain’s Planted Forests: results from the Forestry Commission's Biodiversity Assessment Project. Edinburgh: Forestry Commission, 51-62.
  • Vickery, J., Rivington, M. and Newton, A., 1998. Reproductive ecology of the endemic Sorbus species on the Isle of Arran. In: Jackson, A. and Flanagan, M., eds. The conservation status of Sorbus in the UK: proceedings of the workshop held at Wakehurst Place, 28th April 1996. Royal Botanic Garden, Kew, 25-31.
  • Newton, A. and Smith, A., 1998. Restoration of biodiversity. In: Newton, A. and Ashmole, P., eds. Native woodland restoration in southern Scotland: principles and practice. Ancrum, Jedburgh, England: Borders Forest Trust, 62-66.
  • Doyle, C.J., Palmer, H.E., Newton, A., Thomson, S. and Stewart, L.E.D., 1998. Genetic improvement in farm woodland trees: identifying priorities for research and development. In: Davey, M.R., Alderson, P.G., Lowe, K.C. and Power, J.B., eds. Tree biotechnology towards the millennium. Nottingham, UK: Nottingham University Press, 5-22.
  • Vickery, J. and Newton, A., 1997. Priorities for research on biodiversity in Scotland. In: Fleming, L.V., Newton, A. and Usher, M.B., eds. Biodiversity in Scotland: status, trends and initiatives. Edinburgh: The Stationery Office, 242-246.
  • Newton, A. and Humphrey, J., 1997. Forest management for biodiversity: perspectives on the policy context and current initiatives. In: Fleming, L.V., Vickery, J. and Usher, M.B., eds. Biodiversity in Scotland: status, trends and initiatives. Edinburgh: The Stationery Office, 179-197.
  • Leakey, R.R.B., Newton, A. and Dick, J.M., 1994. Capture of genetic variation by vegetative propagation: processes determining success. In: Leakey, R.R.B. and Newton, A., eds. Tropical Trees: the potential for domestication and the Rebuilding of Forest Resources,. London: HMSO, 72-83.
  • Leakey, R.R.B. and Newton, A., 1994. Domestication of 'Cinderella' species as the start of a woody-plant revolution. In: Leakey, R.R.B. and Newton, A., eds. Tropical Trees: the potential for domestication and the Rebuilding of Forest Resources,. London: HMSO, 3-6.
  • Newton, A., Powell, K., Chalmers, K.J., Waugh, R., Tchoundjeu, Z., Mathias, P.J., Alderson, P.G., Mesen, J.F., Baker, P. and Ramnarine, S., 1994. Domestication of mahoganies. In: Leakey, R.R.B., ed. Tropical Trees: the potential for domestication and the Rebuilding of Forest Resources. London: HMSO, 256-266.
  • Newton, A., Cornelius, J.P. and Corea, E., 1994. Sustainable management and conservation of forest genetic resources in Central America. In: Monge Najera, J., ed. Sustainable development: the view from the less developed countries. San José, Costa Rica: UNED, 301-316.
  • Leakey, R.R.B., Dick, J.M. and Newton, A., 1992. Stockplant derived variation in rooting ability: the source of physiological youth. Mass production technology for genetically improved fast growing forest tree species. Nangis, France: AFOCEL, 170-178.
  • Newton, A., 1992. The development of ectomycorrhizal infection, and its relationship to seedling growth. In: Reed, D.J., Lewsin, D.H., Fitter, A.H. and Alexander, I.J., eds. Mycorrhizas in Ecosystems. Wallingford, Oxon: CAB International, 393.
  • Newton, A., Mesen, J.F., Dick, J.M. and Leakey, R.R.B., 1992. Low technology propagation of tropical trees: rooting physiology and practical techniques. Mass production technology for genetically improved fast growing forest tree species. Nangis, France: AFOCEL, 417-424.
  • Newton, A., 1990. Mejoramiento para obtener resistencia a plagas y enfermedades. In: Cornelius, J.P., Mesen, F. and Corea, E., eds. Primer Curso Corto Sobre Mejoramiento Genetico Forestal. Turialba, Costa Rica.: CATIE.

Conferences

  • Herbert, R., Watson, S., Newton, A., Esteves, L., Thornton, A., Grandfield, F., Rivers, E. and Bastidas, A., 2017. Linking environment and economy: Poole Harbour as a case study. In: Marine Protected Areas: Science, Policy & Management 15-17 May 2017 Poole.
  • Newton, A., Cantarello, E., Evans, P., Gosal and Martin, P.A., 2016. Measurement of resilience in a temperate forest ecosystem. In: BES Annual Meeting 11-14 December 2016 ACC, Liverpool.
  • Cantarello, E., Newton, A.C., Martin, P. and Evans, P., 2015. Temperate forest resilience in an era of emerging multiple disturbances. In: BES Annual Meeting 13-16 December 2015 EICC, Edinburgh.
  • Newton, A., Cantarello, E., Evans, P., Martin, P. and Gosal, A., 2015. Managing landscape resilience: the example of the New Forest. Wild Thing? In: Managing Landscape Change and Future Ecologies 9-11 September 2015 Sheffield Hallam University.
  • Newton, A.C., 2015. DEFINING THE GREEN ECONOMY AND THE POTENTIAL ROLE OF GREEN TOURISM. 32-45.
  • Shedden, A., Gillingham, P., Newton, A., Dunn, J., Cristobal-Azkarate, J., McSwiney, C., Rodriguez-Luna, E. and Korstjens, A.H., 2013. The influence of vegetation type on howler and spider monkey distribution Uxpanapa Valley area in Mexico. In: PSGB Winter Meeting 2013 11 December 2013 London.
  • Uzal Fernandez, A., Kenward, R.E., Hodder, K.H., Newton, A. and Diaz, A., 2010. River Frome catchment WP5 case study: a community-based approach to ecosystem valuation. In: Meeting and Workshop on Decision Support from Predictive Modelling. Transactional Environmental Support System. TESS 6-8 October 2010 Tallin, Estonia.
  • Keith, S., Herbert, R.J.H. and Newton, A., 2010. Impact of sea level rise on marine larval connectivity and implications for optimal design of marine protected area networks. In: 9th International Larval Biology Symposium, 23-27 August 2010 Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand.
  • Newton, A., 2010. Linking the green economy with the knowledge economy. In: Proceedings of 5th Annual Green Economics Conference: Green economics and green jobs 29-31 July 2010 Mansfield College and the Oxford University Club, Oxford University. Reading, England: Green Economics Institute, 174-179.
  • Gregory, P.J., Johnson, S.N., Newton, A.C. and Ingram, J.S.I., 2009. Integrating pests and pathogens into the climate change/food security debate. 2827-2838.
  • Olberg, T.S., Laastad, H., Lesso, B. and Newton, A., 2008. The utilization of the massive amount of real-time data acquired in wired drillpipe operations. 984-996.
  • Wendt, A.S., Kongslien, M., Sinha, B.K., Vissapragada, B., Newton, A., Skomedal, E., Renlie, L. and Pedersen, E.S., 2007. Enhanced mechanical earth modelling and wellbore stability calculations using advanced sonic measurements - A case study of the HP/HT Kvitebjorn field in the Norwegian North Sea. 789-804.
  • Brouwers, N. and Newton, A., 2007. Testing the Ecological Principles of Forest Landscape Restoration. In: Bunce, R.G.H., Jongman, R.H.G., Hojas, L. and Weel, S., eds. 25 years of landscape ecology: scientific principles in practice. Proceedings of International Association for Landscape Ecology (IALE) 2007 World congress 8-12 July 2007 Wageningen, The Netherlands. IALE, 1051-1052.
  • Brouwers, N. and Newton, A., 2007. Scale Does Matter! In: Bunce, R.G.H., Jongman, R.H.G., Hojas, L. and Weel, S., eds. 25 years of landscape ecology: scientific principles in practice. Proceedings of International Association for Landscape Ecology (IALE) 2007 World congress 8-12 July 2007 Wageningen, The Netherlands. IALE, 425.
  • Rey Benayas, J.M., Bullock, J.M. and Newton, A., 2007. Creación de Islotes Forestales Para Reconciliar Restauración Ecológica, Conservación y Uso Agrícola. In: I Congreso Nacional de Biodiversidad. DIVERSITAS/International Union Biological Sciences 12-14 November 2007 Segovia, Spain.
  • Newton, A. and Kapos, V., 2003. Biodiversity Indicators in National Forest Inventories. In: Luhtala, A. and Varjo, J., eds. FAO Expert Kotka IV: Consultation on Global Forest Resources Assessment: Proceedings 1-5 July 2002 Kotka, Finland. METLA, 158-179.
  • Watt, A.D., Newton, A. and Cornelius, J.P., 2001. Research in Mahoganies to Hypsipyla Species: A Basis For Integrated Pest Manageement. In: Floyd, R.B. and Hauxwell, C., eds. Hypsipyla shoot borers in Meliaceae : proceedings of an International Workshop 20-23 August 1996 Kandy, Sri Lanka. Canberra, Australia: Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, 89-95.
  • Hauxwell, C., Mayhew, J. and Newton, A., 2001. Silvicultural Manageement of Hypsipyla Species. In: Floyd, R.B., ed. Hypsipyla shoot borers in Meliaceae : proceedings of an International Workshop 20-23 August 1996 Kandy, Sri Lanka. Canberra, Australia: Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, 151-163.
  • Marshall, E., Schreckenberg, K., Newton, A. and Bojanic, A., 2001. Researching Factors that Influence Successful Commercialisation of Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs). In: Bussman, R.W. and Lange, S., eds. Conservacion de la biodiversidad en los Andes y la Amazonia : reuniendo a cientificos, ONGs y comunidades locales : volumen de los resumenes 24-28 September 2001 Cuzco, Perú. Munich: INKA e.V.

Reports

Internet Publications

Posters

PhD Students

  • Carolina Castellanos. Dry forest restoration and conservation in Colombia
  • Alexander Lovegrove. Biodiversity and ecosystem function in the New Forest
  • Natalia Tejedor. Impacts of climate change on extinction risk in montane tree species
  • Justine Cordingley. Dynamics of ecosystem services associated with heathland
  • Phillip Martin. Meta-analysis of biodiversity and ecosystem services
  • Daraporn Chairat. Systematic conservation planning in Thailand
  • Arjan Gosal. Spatial analysis of ecosystem services
  • Iljana Schubert. Influence of social networks on sustainable consumer choices
  • Aralisa Shedden. Conservation planning for primates in Southern Mexico

Invited Lectures

  • British Ecological Society, 'Forests and global change', April 2011
  • Tourism, climate change and sustainability, Bournemouth 2012
  • Cambridge University Conservation Seminar Series, January 2014
  • Aspects of commons and cultural severance in the landscape, Sheffield, September 2010
  • Animals, man and treescapes conference, Sheffield, September 2011
  • International Year of Forests, and the European Day of Parks, Madrid, Spain, 2011
  • Alfred Russel Wallace Centenary, Linnean Society, June 2013
  • Royal Geographical Society, Green Economy symposium, September 2011
  • ASTROTROP conference on remote sensing and tropical forests, Edinburgh, December 2013
  • Biodiversity and Ecosystem Service Science, York, April 2014
  • IUFRO Restoring Forests, Lafayette, Indiana, USA, 16 Oct 2014 more
  • Forest biodiversity and ecosystem services, Copenhagen, Denmark, 17 Apr 2015 more

Grants

  • Up scaling microclimate to macro-ecological importance for global conservation (Leverhulme Trust, 27 Feb 2017). In Progress

Conference Presentations

  • American Geophysical Union (AGU), Hydrologic and Agent-based Modelling of hydro-refugia in East Africa, Insights into the importance of water resources in hominin evolution and dispersal, 11 Dec 2017, New Orleans

Qualifications

  • BA (Hons) in Natural Science (Cambridge University, 1985)
  • PhD in Forest ecology (Cambridge University, 1989)

Memberships

  • British Ecological Society, Member (1986-),
  • Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (MIEEM), Member,
  • Linnean Society (FLS), Fellow,
  • Royal Geographical Society (FRGS), Fellow,
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