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Kinay, Pelin; Morse, Andrew P.; Villanueva, Elmer V.; Morrissey, Karyn and Staddon, Philip L. (2019). Direct and indirect health impacts of climate change on the vulnerable elderly population in East China. Environmental Reviews, 27(3) pp. 295–303.

Sun, Rui; Xu, Ying; Wu, Yonghong; Tang, Jun; Esquivel-Elizondo, Sofia; Kerr, Philip G.; Staddon, Philip L. and Liu, Junzhuo (2019). Functional sustainability of nutrient accumulation by periphytic biofilm under temperature fluctuations. Environmental Technology (Early Access).

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Staddon, Philip L. and Depledge, Michael H. (2015). Fracking Cannot Be Reconciled with Climate Change Mitigation Policies. Environmental Science & Technology, 49(14) pp. 8269–8270.

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Staddon, Philip L.; Reinsch, Sabine; Olsson, Pål A.; Ambus, Per; Lüscher, Andreas and Jakobsen, Iver (2014). A decade of free-air CO2 enrichment increased the carbon throughput in a grass-clover ecosystem but did not drastically change carbon allocation patterns. Functional Ecology, 28(2) pp. 538–545.

Staddon, Philip L.; Montgomery, Hugh E. and Depledge, Michael H. (2014). Climate warming will not decrease winter mortality. Nature Climate Change, 4(3) pp. 190–194.

Staddon, Philip; Montgomery, Hugh and Depledge, Michael (2014). Reply to 'A note of caution about the excess winter deaths measure'. Nature Climate Change, 4(8) p. 648.

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