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    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2018) Ocean acidification needs more publicity as part of a strategy to avoid a global decline in calcifier populations. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 98 (6), pp. 1227-1229. ISSN 0025-3154.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2013) All at sea. The Biologist 60 (6), p. 12. ISSN 0006-3347.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus and Roy, D.B. and Scholze, M. and Tucker, A. and Sumpter, J.P. (2012) The role of the North Atlantic Oscillation in controlling U.K. butterfly population size and phenology. Ecological Entomology 37 (3), pp. 221-232. ISSN 0307-6946.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus and McVeigh, A. and Read, H.J. (2011) Mire and wet heath restoration and management in Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire, results in the return of plant species absent for many decades. BSBI News 116 , pp. 10-11.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2008) Link revealed between global warming and destructive pest. New Frontiers (3), p. 8.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2008) Study of 41 years shows link between spruce forest pest and climate change. Environment Times ,

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2008) 41-year study reveals link between forest pest and global warming. BBSRC Business Magazine , p. 27.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2008) Green aphid thrives in warmer weather. Forestry and Timber News , p. 25. ISSN 1476-8615.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2008) Warmer springs raise aphid risk. Horticulture Week , p. 8. ISSN 0269-9478.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2008) Link between global warming and a destructive forest pest. EnviroSciNews , p. 2.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2008) Link revealed between global warming and destructive pest. Brunel News (98), p. 6.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2008) Spruce pest on the move. The Horticulturist 17 (2), p. 28. ISSN 0964-8992.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus and Leroy, S.A.G. and Collins, P.E.F. and Harrington, R. (2007) Temporal variations in English populations of a forest insect pest, the green spruce aphid (Elatobium abietinum), associated with the North Atlantic Oscillation and global warming. Quaternary International 173-4 , pp. 153-160. ISSN 1040-6182.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2005) Assessing the success of heathland restoration using pitfall trapping at Black Park Country Park, Buckinghamshire. Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture 26 (3), pp. 172-179. ISSN 1756-9575.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus and Leroy, S.A.G. and Collins, P.E.F. (2005) The North Atlantic Oscillation and U.K. Butterfly Populations. The Biologist 52 , pp. 273-276. ISSN 0006-3347.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus and Leroy, S.A.G. and Collins, P.E.F. and Roy, D.B. (2005) The North Atlantic Oscillation and U.K. butterfly populations. Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture 29 (4), pp. 257-266. ISSN 1756-9575.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus and Leroy, S.A.G. and Collins, P.E.F. and Roy, D.B. (2005) The North Atlantic Oscillation and UK butterfly life cycles, pigmentation, morphology, behaviour and conservation. Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture 29 (3), pp. 186-196. ISSN 1756-9575.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2004) A game demonstrating aspects of bumblebee natural history. Journal of Biological Education 38 (3), pp. 133-135. ISSN 0021-9266.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2003) Teaching natural history in undergraduate biology courses. The Biologist 50 (3), p. 103. ISSN 0006-3347.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (1998) Chemical treatment of football pitches to kill earthworms and leather jackets. The Bulletin of the British Ecological Society 29 (1), p. 11. ISSN 0306-8307.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (1994) Japanese knotweed. Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture 18 (1), p. 3. ISSN 1756-9575.

    Corbet, S.A. and Westgarth-Smith, Angus (1992) Cotoneasterfor bumble bees and honey bees. Journal of Apicultural Research 31 (1), pp. 9-14. ISSN 0021-8839.

    Haggar, J. P. and Westgarth-Smith, Angus and Penman, D. (1989) Threatened flora and forest in the Azores. Oryx 23 (03), p. 155. ISSN 0030-6053.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus and Hereward, C. (1989) An automatic maggot counter for use in blowfly development studies. Medical and Veterinary Entomology 3 (3), pp. 323-324. ISSN 0269-283X.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (1989) UK withholds backing for wildlife aid. Irish News ,

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (1988) Buzziness as usual. Cambridgeshire Wildlife (5),

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (1988) Freshwater Coleoptera from the Azores. Entomologist's Monthly Magazine 124 , p. 185. ISSN 0013-8908.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (1988) A buzz in the air. Natural World (Autumn), pp. 16-18.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (1987) Bees in mammal nests. Mammal Society Newsletter (72),

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (1987) WATCH. Time is running out – Bumblebees. Trends Recruitment Classified 1 (7), p. 8. ISSN 0952-2492.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (1986) Bats from Iceland. Bat News (8),

    Book Section

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2011) Teaching natural history in undergraduate biology courses. In: Collie, J. (ed.) Way Up – Upper Intermediate. Ljubljana, Slovenia: Rokus Klett, p. 58. ISBN 9789612710743.

    Conference or Workshop Item

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2007) Temporal variations in English populations of a forest insect pest, the green spruce aphid (Elatobium abietinum), associated with the North Atlantic Oscillation and global warming. In: Royal Entomological Society Aphid Special Interest Group, Birmingham, UK. (Unpublished)

    Book

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (1986) Ingolfshofdi (S.E. Iceland) : a bird survey : fieldwork undertaken by Janet Dearden & Angus R. Westgarth-Smith during the Brathay Exploration Group Expedition to Iceland, 1984. UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 9780951090909.

    Thesis

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2012) The North Atlantic Oscillation, climate change and the ecology of British insects. Doctoral thesis, Brunel University.

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2000) The use of pitfall traps to assess the success of heathland restoration. Masters thesis, Brunel University.

    Other

    Westgarth-Smith, Angus (2008) Climate change is a boon for insects. Times Online.

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