TREE Publications

Refereed papers
Guillen, J., Baeza, A., Beresford, N.A., Wood, M.D., (2017). Do fungi need to be included within environmental radiation protection assessment models? J. Environ. Radioact. 175, 70-77 
Fuller, N., Smith, J.T.,  Nagorskaya, L.L., Gudkov, D.I., Ford, A.T., (2017). Does Chernobyl-derived radiation impact the developmental stability of Asellus aquaticus 30 years on? Sci. Tot. Environ. 576, 242-250. (OPEN ACCESS)
Siasou, E., Johnson, D., Willey, N.J., (2017). An extended dose-response model for microbial responses to ionizing radiation. Frontiers in Environ. Sci. 03 February 2017
Howard, B.J., Wells, C., Barnett, C.L., Sheppard, S.C., (2016). How knowledge of the gastrointestinal absorption of elements could be used to predict transfer to milk.  Sci. Rep. 6, 37041 1-7 (OPEN ACCESS)
Beresford, N.A., Gaschak, S., Maksimenko, A., Wood, M.D., (2016). Thirty years after the Chernobyl accident: What lessons have we learnt? J. Environ. Radioact. 157, 77-89 (OPEN ACCESS)
Beresford, N.A., Gaschak, S., Maksimenko, A., Wood, M.D., (2016). The transfer of 137Cs, Pu isotopes and 90Sr to bird, bat and grounddwelling small mammal species within the Chernobyl exclusion zone. J. Environ. Radioact. 153, 231-236 (OPEN ACCESS)
Siasou, E., Willey, N., (2015). Inter-Taxa Differences in Iodine Uptake by Plants: Implications for Food Quality and Contamination. Agronomy 5, 537-554. (OPEN ACCESS)
Deryabina, T.G., Kuchmel, S.V., Nagorskaya, L.L., Hinton, T.G., Beasley, J.C., Lerebours, A., Smith, J.T., (2015). Long term census data reveal abundant wildlife populations at Chernobyl. Current Biology Magazine 25 (19), R826-R826 (OPEN ACCESS)
Fuller, N., Lerebours, A., Smith, J.T., Ford, A.T., (2015). The biological effects of ionising radiation on Crustaceans: A review. Aquatic. Toxic. 167, 55-67. (OPEN ACCESS)
 
Posters

Use of wildlife camera traps within the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone (presented at Mammal Society and COGER meeting (March/April 2015)