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Hartley, S E, Green, J P, Massey, F P, Press, M C P, Stewart, A J A and John, E A (2015) Hemiparasitic plant impacts animal and plant communities across four trophic levels. Ecology, 96 (9). pp. 2408-2416. ISSN 0012-9658

Ewald, Naomi C, Hartley, Sue E and Stewart, Alan J A (2013) Climate change and trophic interactions in model temporary pond systems: the effects of high temperature on predation rate depend on prey size and density. Freshwater Biology, 58 (12). pp. 2481-2493. ISSN 0046-5070

Reidinger, Stefan, Ramsey, Michael and Hartley, Susan (2012) Rapid and accurate analyses of silicon and phosphorus in plants using a portable X-ray fluorescence spectrometer. New Phytologist, 195 (3). pp. 699-706. ISSN 1469-8137

Denyer, Joanne L, Hartley, S E and John, E A (2007) Small mammalian herbivore determines vegetation response to patchy nutrient inputs. Oikos, 116 (7). pp. 1186-1192. ISSN 0030-1299

Eichhorn, Markus P, Fagan, K C, Compton, Stephen G, Dent, Daisy H and Hartley, Susan E (2007) Explaining leaf herbivory rates on tree seedlings in a Malaysian rain forest. Biotropica, 39 (3). pp. 416-421. ISSN 1744-7429

Massey, Fergus P, Ennos, A Roland and Hartley, Sue E (2007) Grasses and the resource availability hypothesis: the importance of silica-based defences. Journal of Ecology, 95 (3). pp. 414-424. ISSN 0022-0477

Sinka, M, Jones, T H and Hartley, S E (2007) The indirect effect of above-ground herbivory on collembola populations is not mediated by changes in soil water. Applied Soil Ecology, 36. pp. 92-99.

Massey, Fergus P, Ennos, A Roland and Hartley, Sue E (2007) Herbivore specific induction of silica-based plant defences. Oecologia, 152(4). pp. 677-683. ISSN 0029-8549

Massey, Fergus P and Hartley, Sue E (2006) Experimental demonstration of the anti-herbivore effects of silica in grasses: impacts on foliage digestibility and vole growth rates. Proceedings B: Biological Sciences, 273. pp. 2299-2304. ISSN 0962-8452

Massey, Fergus P, Massey, Kate, Press, Malcolm C and Hartley, Sue E (2006) Neighbourhood composition determines growth, architecture and herbivory in tropical rainforest tree seedlings. Journal of Ecology, 94 (3). pp. 646-655. ISSN 0022-0477

Massey, Fergus P and Hartley, Sue E (2006) Experimental demonstration of the antiherbivore effects of silica in grasses: impacts on foliage digestibility and fole growth rates. Proceedings B: Biological Sciences, 273 (1599). pp. 2299-2304. ISSN 1471-2954

Eichhorn, Markus P, Compton, Stephen G and Hartley, Sue E (2006) Seedling species determines rates of leaf hervbivory in a Malaysian rainforest. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 22. pp. 513-519.

Massei, Giovanna, Watkins, Richard and Hartley, Susan E (2006) Sex-related growth and secondary compounds in Juniperus Oxycedrus macrocarpa. Acta Oecologica, 29. pp. 135-140. ISSN 1146-609X

Massey, Fergus P, Ennos, A Roland and Hartley, Sue E (2006) Silica in grasses as a defence against insect herbivores: contrasting effects of folivores and phloem feeder. Journal of Animal Ecology, 75. pp. 595-603.

Clark, Benjamin R, Hartley, Sue E, Suding, Katharine N and de Mazancourt, Claire (2005) The effect of recycling on plant competitive hierarchies. American Naturalist, 165 (6). pp. 609-622. ISSN 0003-0147

Massey, Fergus P, Press, Malcolm C and Hartley, Sue E (2005) Long- and short-term induction of defences in seedlings of Shorea leprosula (Dipterocarpaceae): support for the carbon:nutrient balance hypothesis. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 21. pp. 195-201.

Hartley, S E and Mitchell, R J (2005) Manipulation of nutrient and grazing levels on heather moorlands: changes in Calluna dominance and consequences for community composition. Journal of Ecology, 93 (5). pp. 990-1004. ISSN 0022-0477

Raymond, Ben, Hartley, Sue E, Cory, Jenny S and Hails, Rosie S (2005) The role of food plant and pathogen-induced behaviour in the persistence of a nucleopolyhedrovirus. Journal of Insect Pathology, 88. pp. 911-924.

Gaston, Kevin J, Genney, David R, Thurlow, Maddie and Hartley, Susan E (2004) The geographical range structure of the holly leaf-miner. IV. Effects of variation in host-plant quality. Journal of Animal Ecology, 73. pp. 911-924.

Palmer, Stephen C F, Hester, Alison J, Elston, David A, Gordon, Iain J and Hartley, Sue E (2003) The perils of having tasty neighbours: grazing impacts of large herbivores at vegetation boundaries. Ecology, 84 (11). pp. 2877-2890. ISSN 0012-9658

Hartley, S E, Gardner, S M and Mitchell, R J (2003) Indirect effects of grazing and nutrient addition on the hemipteran community of heather moorlands. Journal of Applied Ecology, 40 (5). pp. 793-803. ISSN 0021-8901

Johnson, Scott N, Douglas, Angela E, Woodward, Stephen and Hartley, Susan E (2003) Microbial impacts on plant-herbivore interactions: the indirect effects of a birch pathogen on a birch aphid. Oecologia, 134 (3). pp. 388-396. ISSN 0029-8549

Hartley, S E and Jones, T H (2003) Plant diversity and insect herbivores: effects of environmental change in contrasting model systems. Oikos, 101. pp. 6-18. ISSN 0030-1299

Vanbergen, A J, Hodgson, D J, Thurlow, M, Hartley, S E and Watt, A D (2003) Food-plant effects on larval performance do not translate into differences in fitness between populations of Panolis flammea originating from different host plant species. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 93. pp. 553-559.

Vanbergen, Adam J, Raymond, Ben, Pearce, Imogen S K, Watt, Allan D, Hails, Rosie S and Hartley, Susan E (2003) Host-shifting by Operophtera brumata into novel environments leads to population differentiation in life-history traits. Ecological Entomology, 28. pp. 604-612.

Johnson, Scott N, Elston, David A and Hartley, Susan E (2003) The influence of host plant heterogeneity on the distribution of a birch aphid. Ecological Entomology, 28. pp. 533-541. ISSN 0307-6946

Richarson, Sarah J, Press, Malcolm C, Parsons, Andrew N and Hartley, Susan E (2002) How do nutrients and warming impact on plant communities and their insect herbivores? A 9-year study from a sub-Arctic heath. Journal of Ecology, 90 (3). pp. 554-556. ISSN 0022-0477

Hodgson, David J, Vanbergen, Adam J, Hartley, Susan E, Hails, Rosie S and Cory, Jenny S (2002) Differential selection of baculovirus genotypes mediated by different species of insect host food plant. Ecology Letters, 5. pp. 512-518.

Bale, Jeffery S, Masters, Gregory J, Hodkinson, Ian D, Hartley, Susan and et al., (2002) Herbivory in global climate change research: direct effects of rising temperature on insect herbivores. Global Change Biology, 8 (1). pp. 1-16. ISSN 1365-2486

Raymond, B, Vanbergen, A, Pearce, I, Hartley, S, Cory, J and Hails, R (2002) Host plant species can influence the fitness of herbivore pathogens: the winter moth and its nucleopolyhedrovirus. Oecologia, 131. pp. 554-556.

Raymond, B, Vanbergen, A, Watt, A, Hartley, S E, Cory, J S and Hails, R S (2002) Escape from pupal predation as cause of outbreaks of wintermoth (operophtera brumata). Oikos, 98. pp. 219-228.

Staley, J T and Hartley, S E (2002) Host-mediated interactions between phloem-feeding and leaf-chewing insects on birch: performance and preferance responses. Ecological Entomology, 27 (5). pp. 626-630. ISSN 0307-6946

Johnson, S N, Mayhew, P J, Douglas, A E and Hartley, S E (2002) Insects as leaf engineers - can leaf-miners alter leaf structure for birch aphids? Functional Ecology, 16. pp. 575-584. ISSN 0269-8463

Genney, D R, Alexander, I J and Hartley, S E (2002) Soil organic matter distribution and below-ground competition between Calluna vulgaris and Nardus stricta. Functional Ecology, 16. pp. 664-670.

Genney, David R, Hartley, Sue H and Alexander, Ian J (2001) Arbuscular mycorrhizal colonisation increases with host-density in a heathland community. New Phytologist, 152. pp. 355-340.

Duncan, Alan J, Hartley, Susan E, Thurlow, Maddie, Young, Shiela and Staines, Brian W (2001) Clonal variation in mono-terpene concentrations in Sitka Spruce (Picea sitchensis) saplings and its effect on their susceptibility to browsing by red deer (Cervus elaphus). Forest Ecology and Management, 148. pp. 259-269.

Alonso, I, Hartley, S E and Thurlow, M (2001) Heather-grass competition on Scottish moorlands: interacting effects of nutrient enrichment and grazing regime. Journal of Vegetation Science, 12. pp. 249-260.

Milne, J A and Hartley, S E (2001) Upland plant communities: sensitivity to change. Catena, 42. pp. 333-340. ISSN 0341-8162

Williams, Iain S, Jones, T Hefin and Hartley, Susan E (2001) The role of resources and natural enemies in determining the distribution of an insect herbivore population. Ecological Entomology, 26. pp. 204-211.

Fisher, A E I, Hartley, S E and Young, M (2000) Direct and indirect competitive effects of foliage feeding guilds on the performance of the birch leaf minor Eriocrania. Journal of Animal Ecology, 69. pp. 165-176. ISSN 0021-8790

Hartley, S E and Amos, L (1999) Competitive interactions between and i Calluna vulgaris : the effect of fertiliser and defoliation on above and below ground performance. Journal of Ecology, 87. pp. 330-340. ISSN 0022-0477

Jones, Clive G and Hartley, Susan E (1999) A protein competition model of phenolic allocation. Oikos, 86. pp. 27-44. ISSN 0030-1299

Hartley, Susan E (1998) The chemical composition of plant galls: are levels of nutrients and secondary compounds controlled by the gall-former? Oecologia, 113 (4). pp. 492-501. ISSN 0029-8549

Book Section

Ewald, Naomi, Hartley, Sue and Stewart, Alan (2010) A pooled history of temporary pond research in the New Forest. In: Newton, Adrian C (ed.) Biodiversity in the New Forest. Newbury Pisces Publications. ISBN 9781874357421

Hartley, Susan E, Bass, Kathy A and Johnson, Scott N (2007) Going with the flow: plant vascular systems mediate indirect interactions between plants, insect herbivores and hemi-parasitic plants. In: Ohgushi, Takayuki, Craig, Timothy P and Price, Peter W (eds.) Ecological Communities: Plant Mediation in Indirect Interaction Webs. Cambridge University Press.

Massey, Fergus P, Press, Malcolm C and Hartley, Sue E (2005) Have the impacts of insect herbivores on the growth of tropical tree seedlings been underestimated? In: Burslem, David, Pinard, Michelle and Hartley, Sue (eds.) Biotic Interactions in the Tropics: Their role in the Maintenance of Species Diversity. Cambridge University Press, pp. 347-365. ISBN 978-0521847070

Hartley, S E and Jones, T H (2004) Insect herbivores, nutrient cycling and plant productivity. In: Weisser, W W and Siemann, Evans (eds.) Insects and Ecosystem Function. Springer-Verlag, pp. 27-52. ISBN 978-3-540-74003-2

Hodgson, D J, Hitchman, R B, Vanbergen, A J, Hails, R S, Hartley, S E, Possee, R D, Watt, A D and Cory, J S (2003) The existence and persistence of genotypic variation in nucleopolyhedrovirus populations. In: Hails, Rosemary, Beringer, John H and Godfray, H C J (eds.) Genes in the environment: the 15th Special Symposium of the British Ecological Society held at St. Catherine's College, Oxford, 17-19 September, 2001. Blackwell, pp. 258-280. ISBN 9780632065073

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