Gail Taylor
Gail Taylor
Distinguished Professor, John B Orr Professor, Department Chair
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Urban woodlands: their role in reducing the effects of particulate pollution
KP Beckett, PH Freer-Smith, G Taylor
Environmental pollution 99 (3), 347-360, 1998
Particulate pollution capture by urban trees: effect of species and windspeed
KP Beckett, PH Freer‐Smith, G Taylor
Global change biology 6 (8), 995-1003, 2000
Estimating the removal of atmospheric particulate pollution by the urban tree canopy of London, under current and future environments
M Tallis, G Taylor, D Sinnett, P Freer-Smith
Landscape and Urban Planning 103 (2), 129-138, 2011
Energy crops: current status and future prospects
REH Sims, A Hastings, B Schlamadinger, G Taylor, P Smith
Global change biology 12 (11), 2054-2076, 2006
Identifying potential environmental impacts of large-scale deployment of dedicated bioenergy crops in the UK
RL Rowe, NR Street, G Taylor
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 13 (1), 271-290, 2009
Populus: Arabidopsis for Forestry. Do We Need a Model Tree?
G Taylor
Annals of botany 90 (6), 681-689, 2002
Effective tree species for local air quality management
KP Beckett, PH Freer Smith, G Taylor
Arboricultural Journal 26 (1), 12-19, 2000
Deposition velocities to Sorbus aria, Acer campestre, Populus deltoides× trichocarpa ‘Beaupré’, Pinus nigra and× Cupressocyparis leylandii for coarse, fine and ultra-fine …
PH Freer-Smith, KP Beckett, G Taylor
Environmental pollution 133 (1), 157-167, 2005
Yield and spatial supply of bioenergy poplar and willow short‐rotation coppice in the UK
MJ Aylott, E Casella, I Tubby, NR Street, P Smith, G Taylor
New Phytologist 178 (2), 358-370, 2008
Capture of Particulate Pollution by Trees: A Comparison of Species Typical of Semi-Arid Areas (Ficus Nitida and Eucalyptus Globulus) with European and North …
PH Freer-Smith, AA El-Khatib, G Taylor
Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 155, 173-187, 2004
Biofuels and the biorefinery concept
G Taylor
Energy policy 36 (12), 4406-4409, 2008
The genetics and genomics of the drought response in Populus
NR Street, O Skogström, A Sjödin, J Tucker, M Rodríguez‐Acosta, ...
The Plant Journal 48 (3), 321-341, 2006
The capture of particulate pollution by trees at five contrasting urban sites
KP Beckett, PH Freer-Smith, G Taylor
Arboricultural Journal 24 (2-3), 209-230, 2000
Greenhouse gas emissions from four bioenergy crops in England and Wales: integrating spatial estimates of yield and soil carbon balance in life cycle analyses
J Hillier, C Whittaker, G Dailey, M Aylott, E Casella, GM Richter, A Riche, ...
Gcb Bioenergy 1 (4), 267-281, 2009
More plant growth but less plant defence? First global gene expression data for plants grown in soil amended with biochar
M Viger, RD Hancock, F Miglietta, G Taylor
Gcb Bioenergy 7 (4), 658-672, 2015
Genomics and Forest Biology: Populus Emerges as the Perennial Favorite
SD Wullschleger, S Jansson, G Taylor
The Plant Cell 14 (11), 2651-2655, 2002
FTIR-ATR-based prediction and modelling of lignin and energy contents reveals independent intra-specific variation of these traits in bioenergy poplars
G Zhou, G Taylor, A Polle
Plant methods 7, 1-10, 2011
Morphological and physiological traits influencing biomass productivity in short-rotation coppice poplar
AM Rae, KM Robinson, NR Street, G Taylor
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34 (7), 1488-1498, 2004
Land use change to bioenergy: A meta-analysis of soil carbon and GHG emissions
ZM Harris, R Spake, G Taylor
Biomass and Bioenergy 82, 27-39, 2015
Leaf area is stimulated in Populus by free air CO2 enrichment (POPFACE), through increased cell expansion and production
R Ferris, M Sabatti, F Miglietta, RF Mills, G Taylor
Plant, Cell & Environment 24 (3), 305-315, 2001
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