Dr Tim Hill
Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography

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Publications by category


Journal articles

Subke JA, Moody CS, Hill TC, Voke N, Toet S, Ineson P, Teh YA (2018). Rhizosphere activity and atmospheric methane concentrations drive variations of methane fluxes in a temperate forest soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 116, 323-332. Abstract. DOI.
Hill TC, Chocholek M, Clement R (2016). The case for increasing the statistical power of eddy covariance ecosystem studies: why, where and how?. Global Change Biology Full text. DOI.
Hill TC, Ryan CM, Williams M (2015). A framework for estimating forest disturbance intensity from successive remotely sensed biomass maps: moving beyond average biomass loss estimates. Carbon Balance and Management, 10 Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Hartley IP, Hill TC, Wade TJ, Clement RJ, Moncrieff JB, Prieto-Blanco A, Disney MI, Huntley B, Williams M, Howden NJK, et al (2015). Quantifying landscape-level methane fluxes in subarctic Finland using a multiscale approach. Global Change Biology, 21(10), 3712-3725. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Ryan CM, Williams M, Hill TC, Grace J, Woodhouse IH (2014). Assessing the Phenology of Southern Tropical Africa: a Comparison of Hemispherical Photography, Scatterometry, and Optical/NIR Remote Sensing. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 52(1), 519-528. DOI.
Rowland L, Hill TC, Stahl C, Siebicke L, Burban B, Zaragoza-Castells J, Ponton S, Bonal D, Meir P, Williams M, et al (2014). Evidence for strong seasonality in the carbon storage and carbon use efficiency of an Amazonian forest. Global Change Biology, 20(3), 979-991. DOI.
Hill TC, Williams M, Bloom AA, Mitchard ETA, Ryan CM (2013). Are Inventory Based and Remotely Sensed Above-Ground Biomass Estimates Consistent?. PLoS ONE, 8(9), e74170-e74170. Full text. DOI.
Stoy PC, Williams M, Evans JG, Prieto-Blanco A, Disney M, Hill TC, Ward HC, Wade TJ, Street LE (2013). Upscaling Tundra CO 2 Exchange from Chamber to Eddy Covariance Tower. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 45(2), 275-284. DOI.
Street LE, Stoy PC, Sommerkorn M, Fletcher BJ, Sloan VL, Hill TC, Williams M (2012). Seasonal bryophyte productivity in the sub-Arctic: a comparison with vascular plants. Functional Ecology, 26(2), 365-378. DOI.
Williams M, Hill TC, Ryan CM (2012). Using biomass distributions to determine probability and intensity of tropical forest disturbance. Plant Ecology & Diversity, 6(1), 87-99. DOI.
Hill TC, Quaife T, Williams M (2011). A data assimilation method for using low-resolution Earth observation data in heterogeneous ecosystems. JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES, 116 Author URL. DOI.
Hill TC, Williams M, Woodward FI, Moncrieff JB (2011). Constraining ecosystem processes from tower fluxes and atmospheric profiles. Ecological Applications, 21(5), 1474-1489. DOI.
Ryan CM, Hill T, Woollen E, Ghee C, Mitchard E, Cassells G, Grace J, Woodhouse IH, Williams M (2011). Quantifying small-scale deforestation and forest degradation in African woodlands using radar imagery. Global Change Biology, 18(1), 243-257. DOI.
Hill TC, Ryan E, Williams M (2011). The use of CO2 flux time series for parameter and carbon stock estimation in carbon cycle research. Global Change Biology, 18(1), 179-193. DOI.
Hill TC, Williams M, Moncrieff JB (2008). Modeling feedbacks between a boreal forest and the planetary boundary layer. Journal of Geophysical Research, 113(D15). DOI.

Publications by year



2018

Subke JA, Moody CS, Hill TC, Voke N, Toet S, Ineson P, Teh YA (2018). Rhizosphere activity and atmospheric methane concentrations drive variations of methane fluxes in a temperate forest soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 116, 323-332. Abstract. DOI.

2016

Hill TC, Chocholek M, Clement R (2016). The case for increasing the statistical power of eddy covariance ecosystem studies: why, where and how?. Global Change Biology Full text. DOI.

2015

Hill TC, Ryan CM, Williams M (2015). A framework for estimating forest disturbance intensity from successive remotely sensed biomass maps: moving beyond average biomass loss estimates. Carbon Balance and Management, 10 Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Hartley IP, Hill TC, Wade TJ, Clement RJ, Moncrieff JB, Prieto-Blanco A, Disney MI, Huntley B, Williams M, Howden NJK, et al (2015). Quantifying landscape-level methane fluxes in subarctic Finland using a multiscale approach. Global Change Biology, 21(10), 3712-3725. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.

2014

Ryan CM, Williams M, Hill TC, Grace J, Woodhouse IH (2014). Assessing the Phenology of Southern Tropical Africa: a Comparison of Hemispherical Photography, Scatterometry, and Optical/NIR Remote Sensing. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 52(1), 519-528. DOI.
Rowland L, Hill TC, Stahl C, Siebicke L, Burban B, Zaragoza-Castells J, Ponton S, Bonal D, Meir P, Williams M, et al (2014). Evidence for strong seasonality in the carbon storage and carbon use efficiency of an Amazonian forest. Global Change Biology, 20(3), 979-991. DOI.

2013

Hill TC, Williams M, Bloom AA, Mitchard ETA, Ryan CM (2013). Are Inventory Based and Remotely Sensed Above-Ground Biomass Estimates Consistent?. PLoS ONE, 8(9), e74170-e74170. Full text. DOI.
Stoy PC, Williams M, Evans JG, Prieto-Blanco A, Disney M, Hill TC, Ward HC, Wade TJ, Street LE (2013). Upscaling Tundra CO 2 Exchange from Chamber to Eddy Covariance Tower. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 45(2), 275-284. DOI.

2012

Street LE, Stoy PC, Sommerkorn M, Fletcher BJ, Sloan VL, Hill TC, Williams M (2012). Seasonal bryophyte productivity in the sub-Arctic: a comparison with vascular plants. Functional Ecology, 26(2), 365-378. DOI.
Williams M, Hill TC, Ryan CM (2012). Using biomass distributions to determine probability and intensity of tropical forest disturbance. Plant Ecology & Diversity, 6(1), 87-99. DOI.

2011

Hill TC, Quaife T, Williams M (2011). A data assimilation method for using low-resolution Earth observation data in heterogeneous ecosystems. JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES, 116 Author URL. DOI.
Hill TC, Williams M, Woodward FI, Moncrieff JB (2011). Constraining ecosystem processes from tower fluxes and atmospheric profiles. Ecological Applications, 21(5), 1474-1489. DOI.
Ryan CM, Hill T, Woollen E, Ghee C, Mitchard E, Cassells G, Grace J, Woodhouse IH, Williams M (2011). Quantifying small-scale deforestation and forest degradation in African woodlands using radar imagery. Global Change Biology, 18(1), 243-257. DOI.
Hill TC, Ryan E, Williams M (2011). The use of CO2 flux time series for parameter and carbon stock estimation in carbon cycle research. Global Change Biology, 18(1), 179-193. DOI.

2008

Hill TC, Williams M, Moncrieff JB (2008). Modeling feedbacks between a boreal forest and the planetary boundary layer. Journal of Geophysical Research, 113(D15). DOI.