Rodney Helliwell
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2005 - 2014
1965 - 1982
1983 - 2004
2005 - 2014
Continuous Cover Woodland Management Booklet PDF (click to open)

PUBLICATIONS 2005-2014


2006     The development of ancient woodland vegetation. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 100, 133-141.

2006     Fundamental woodland management: management of woodlands to ensure safety and continuity. Small Woods Association.

2007     A short note on the effects of boring holes in trees. Arboricultural Journal 30, 245-248.

2008     Trees, daylight, and buildings. Arboricultural Journal 30, 279-287.

2008     Daylight in woodlands. Continuous Cover Forestry Group Newsletter 28, 4-9.

2008     Amenity valuation of trees and woodlands. Arboricultural Journal 31, 161-168.

2009     Assessment of damages: some case law. Arboricultural Journal 32, 111-113.

2009     What are the main factors in determining the effectiveness of daylight in Woodlands? Continuous Cover Forestry Group Conference, 29th September 2009. 
      
      
www.ccfg.org.uk 

2011     Quality of light in woodlands. Continuous Cover Forestry Group. Newsletter 31, 8-9.

2011     (joint paper with R Rowley) Daylight and tree protection within woodland. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 105, 125-130.
 
2012     Plant growth and daylight in woodland. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 106, 37-42.

2012     (joint paper with Ted Wilson) Continuous Cover Forestry in Britain. Quarterly Journal of Forestry 106, 214-224.
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2012     Management of Tree Populations. Arboricultural Journal 34, 160-168.

2013     Continuous Cover Management of Woodlands; a brief introduction. 66pp. Obtainable through
www.treesource.co.uk

2013     Daylight in relation to plant growth and illumination of buildings. Arboricultural Journal 35, 202-219.

2013     (joint paper with Jon Lambourne)  A Tale of three yew trees. Arboricultural Journal 35, 99-109.

2014     Management of tree populations II: "Continuous Cover Urban Forestry". Arboricultural Journal 36, 45-56

2014     Putting a value on amenity. Arboricultural Journal 36, 129-139