Well of eternal youth!Alan Fielding


Location    : Retired, previously School of Biology, Chemistry and Health Science, Manchester Metropolitan University
Email         : alan@alanfielding.co.uk

Academic history and professional recognition

Research Interests

Teaching Interests

Publications

Books

  1. Fielding, A. H. 1984. Computing for Biologists. 190pp, Addison-Wesley, Wokingham.
  2. Fielding, A. H. 1999. (editor) Ecological Applications of Machine Learning Methods.261pp. Kluwer Academic, Boston, MA.
  3. Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 1999. Upland Habitats. 141pp. Routledge, London.
  4. Thompson, D. B. A., Redpath, S., Fielding, A. H., Marquiss, M. and Galbraith, C. A. (eds). 2003. Birds of prey in a changing environment. 550 pp, The Stationery Office, Edinburgh.
  5. Fielding, A. H. 2006. Cluster and classification techniques in the BioSciences. Cambridge University Press, Cambirdge.

Chapters in books

  1. Russell, G. and Fielding, A. H. 1981. Individuals, Populations and Communities. pp 393-420. In The Biology of Seaweeds, eds Lobban,C.S. and Wynne,M.J. Botanical Monographs, Volume 17. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford.
  2. Bibby, C., Marsden, S. and Fielding, A. H. 1999. Bird-habitat studies. pp 99-114 in C. Bibby, M. Jones and S. Marsden (eds) Expedition Field Techniques: Bird Surveys. Expedition Advisory Centre, Royal Geographical Society, London.
  3. Fielding, A. H.1999. How should accuracy be measured? pp. 209-223 in A.Fielding (ed) Ecological Applications of Machine Learning Methods. Kluwer Academic, Boston, MA.
  4. Fielding, A. H. 1999. A review of machine learning methods. pp 1-37 in A.Fielding (ed) Ecological Applications of Machine Learning Methods. Kluwer Academic, Boston, MA.
  5. Fielding, A. H. 2002. What are the appropriate characteristics of an accuracy measure? pp 271-280 in J. M. Scott, P. J. Heglund, M. Morrison, J. B. Haufler, M. G. Raphael, W. B. Wall, and F. Samson (eds) Predicting Plant and Animal Occurences: Issues of Scale and Accuracy, Island Press.
  6. Wright, A. and Fielding, A. H. 2002. Modelling wildlife distribution within urban environments: an example of the Eurasian badger Meles meles in Britain. pp 255-264 in J. M. Scott, P. J. Heglund, M. Morrison, J. B. Haufler, M. G. Raphael, W. B. Wall, and F. Samson (eds) Predicting Plant and Animal Occurences: Issues of Scale and Accuracy, Island Press.
  7. Fielding, A.H., Whitfield, D. P., McLeod, D. R. A., McGrady, M. and Haworth, P. F. 2003. Modelling the impact of land use changes on golden eagles Aquila chrysaetos. pp 323 - 340 in Thompson, D. B. A., Redpath, S., Fielding, A. H., Marquiss, M. and Galbraith, C. A. (eds). Birds of prey in a changing environment. The Stationery Office, Edinburgh.
  8. Fielding, A.H. and Haworth, P. F. 2003. Recovery of a South Pennie Merlin Falco columbarius population. pp 201-208 in Thompson, D. B. A., Redpath, S., Fielding, A. H., Marquiss, M. and Galbraith, C. A. (eds). Birds of prey in a changing environment. The Stationery Office, Edinburgh.
  9. Morgan, D.H., Haworth, P. F. and Fielding, A.H. 2003. Interactions within a raptor guild. pp 249-254 in Thompson, D. B. A., Redpath, S., Fielding, A. H., Marquiss, M. and Galbraith, C. A. (eds). Birds of prey in a changing environment. The Stationery Office, Edinburgh.
  10. Fielding, A. H., Morgan, D., Haworth, P. F., Whitfield, D. P. and Thompson, D. B. A. 2003. The impact of golden eagles on other raptors. pp 221-244 in Thompson, D. B. A., Redpath, S., Fielding, A. H., Marquiss, M. and Galbraith, C. A. (eds). Birds of prey in a changing environment. The Stationery Office, Edinburgh.
  11. Watson, J, Fielding, A.H., Whitfield, D.P., Broad, R.A., Haworth, P., Nellist, K., Crane, K. & Macdonald, E.J. 2003. Golden eagle breeding performance in relation to climate in western Scotland during the period 1981-2000. pp 149-161 in: Thompson, D.B.A., Redpath, S., Fielding, A.H., Marquiss, M. & Galbraith, C.A. (eds.). Birds of Prey in a Changing Environment. The Stationery Office, Edinburgh, UK.

Papers in refereed journals

  1. Russell, G. and Fielding, A. H. 1974. The competitive properties of marine algae in culture. Journal of Ecology, 62: 689-98.
  2. Fielding, A. H. and Russell, G. 1976. The effect of copper on competition between marine algae. Journal of Applied Ecology, 13: 871-6.
  3. Hall, A., Fielding, A. H. and Butler, M. 1979. Mechanisms of copper tolerance in a marine fouling alga Ectocarpus siliculosus - evidence for an exclusion mechanism. Marine Biology, 54: 195-9.
  4. King, A., Fielding, A. H. and Smith, C. A. 1983. Cluster Analysis as a means of resolving enzyme-substrate interactions. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 113, 178-84.
  5. Fielding, A .H. and Crawford, T. J. 1986. A program shell for the construction of computer-aided learning programs on the BBC microcomputer. Journal of Biological Education, 20:117-20.
  6. Fielding, A. H., Crawford, T. J. and Sparrow, J. C. 1986. Linkage: a computer assisted learning package for the BBC microcomputer. Heredity, 57: 281.
  7. Fielding, A. H. and Smith, C. A. 1986. A rapid technique for analysing molecular interactions. Computer Applications in the BioSciences, 2: 195-99.
  8. Edwards, M., Morse, D. and Fielding, A. H. 1987. Expert Systems for biological identification: frames rules or logic? Computer Applications in the BioSciences, 3: 1-7.
  9. Fielding, A. H., Carter, P. L. and Smith, C. A. 1987. Sieve plates in Fucus: A reappraisal of size and pore distribution. Phycologia, 26: 501-504.
  10. Fielding, A.H., Li, P. Y .F. and Badsha, K. S. 1987. Lead concentrations in the vegetation of the Irwell valley in NW England. Chemosphere, 16: 1105-11.
  11. Fielding, A. H. 1988. Discriminant Analysis on a microcomputer. Journal of Biological Education, 22: 15-18.
  12. Fielding, A. H. 1988. Matrix Algebra routines for the Acorn Archimedes microcomputer: example applications. Computer Applications in the BioSciences, 4: 403-4.
  13. Haworth, P. and Fielding, A. H. 1988. Conservation and management implications of habitat selection in the merlin Falco columbaris L. in the South Pennines, UK. Biological Conservation, 46: 247-60.
  14. Fielding, A. H., Shaw, S. and Smith, C. A. 1991. Investigating structure-activity relationships in gibberelins using advanced computing techniques. Journal of Experimental Botany, 42: Suppl.,51.
  15. Fielding, A. H. 1991. Chaotic Biology. The Biologist, 38:185-188.
  16. Smith, C. A., Fielding, A. H., Nicholas, G. and Williams, D. 1992. Using computers to investigate the structures of globular proteins. Binary, 4: 156-161.
  17. Fielding, A. H. 1992. Biological Applications of Fractal Geometry. Computer Applications in the BioSciences, 8: 359-366.
  18. Fielding, A. H. 1993. The analysis of response curves. Journal of Biological Education, 27: 121-124.
  19. Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 1995. Testing the generality of bird-habitat models. Conservation Biology, 9: 1466-1481.
  20. Fielding, A. H. and Bell, J. F. 1997. A review of methods for the assessment of prediction errors in conservation presence / absence models. Environmental Conservation 24: 38-49. more than 2,400 citations in September 2015, most cited paper in the journal
  21. Key, G., Fielding, A. H., Goulding, M. J. and Stevens-Woods, B. 1998. Ship rats Rattus rattus on the Shiant Islands, Hebrides, Scotland. Journal of Zoology (London), 245: 228-233.
  22. Marsden, S. and Fielding, A. H. 1999. Habitat associations of parrots on the islands of Buru, Seram and Sumba. Journal of Biogeography, 26:439-446.
  23. Wright, A., Wheater, P. and Fielding, A. H. 2000. Using GIS to predict the distribution of the badger in an urban environment. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing. 66: 423-428.
  24. Lawson, R. E., Putman, R. J. and Fielding, A. H. 2000. Individual signatures in scent gland secretions of Eurasian deer. Journal of Zoology (London), 251: 399-410.
  25. Lawson, R. E., Putman, R. J. and Fielding, A. H. 2001. Chemical communication in Eurasian deer: do individual odours also code for attributes? Journal of Zoology (London), 253:91-99.
  26. Whitfield, D. P., McLeod, D. R. A., Fielding, A. H., Haworth, P. F. and Broad, R. A. 2001. The effects of forestry on golden eagles Aquila chrysaetos on the island of Mull, western Scotland. Journal of Applied Ecology, 38: 1208-1220.
  27. O'Toole, L., Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 2002. Re-introduction of the Golden Eagle Aquila chrysaetos into the Republic of Ireland. Biological Conservation, 103:303-312.
  28. Bayliss, J. and Fielding, A. H. 2002. Termitophagous Foraging by Pachycondyla analis (Latreille) (Formicidae, Ponerinae) in a Tanzanian Coastal Dry Forest. Sociobiology, 39: 103-122.
  29. Marsden, S., Fielding, A. H., Mead, C. and Hussin, M.Z. 2002. A technique for measuring the density and complexity of understory vegetation in tropical forests. Forest Ecology and Management, 165:117-123.
  30. Whitfield, D.P., Evans, R.J., Broad, R.A., Fielding, A.H., Haworth, P.F., Madders, M. and McLeod, D.R.A. 2002. Are reintroduced white-tailed eagles in competition with golden eagles? Scottish Birds, 23:36-45.
  31. Horne, G. and Fielding, A. H. 2002. Recovery of the Cumbrian Peregrine Falcon Falco peregrinus population 1966-1999. Bird Study, 49: 229-236.
  32. McLeod, D. R. A., Fielding, A. H., Haworth, P. F., Whitfield, D. P., McGrady, M. J., 2002. Predicting home range use by golden eagles Aquila chrysaetos in western Scotland. Journal of Avian Science, 2:183-198.
  33. Whitfield, D. P., McLeod, D. R. A., Watson, J., Fielding, A. H., Haworth, P. F. 2003. The association of grouse moor in Scotland with the illegal use of poisons to control predators. Biological Conservation, 114: 157-163.
  34. Whitfield, D. P., Fielding, A. H., McLeod, D. R., Haworth, P. F., 2004. The effects of persecution on age of breeding and territory occupation in golden eagles in Scotland. Biological Conservation, 118: 249-259.
  35. Whitfield, D. P., Fielding, A. H., McLeod, D.R.A. and Haworth, P. F. 2004. Modelling the effects of persecution on the population dynamics of golden eagles in Scotland. Biological Conservation,119:319-333.
  36. Marsden, S. J., Whiffen, M., Galetti, M. and Fielding, A. H. 2005. How well do Brazil's Atlantic forest reserves maintain viable bird populations? Biodiversity and Conservation.14: 2835-2853.
  37. Whitfield, D. P., Fielding, A. H., McLeod, D. R. A., Haworth, P. F. and Watson, J. 2006. A conservation framework for the golden eagle in Scotland: refining condition targets and assessment of constraint influences.Biological Conservation, 130(4): 465-480.
  38. Sullivan, M. S., Jones, M. J., Lee, D. C., Marsden, S. J., Fielding, A. H. and Young, E. V. 2006. A Comparison of Predictive Methods in Extinction Risk Studies: Contrasts and Decision Trees. Biodiversity and Conservation, 15(6):1977 - 1991.
  39. Jones, M. J., Fielding, A. H. and Sullivan, M. S. 2006. Analysing Extinction Risk in Parrots using Decision Trees. Biodiversity and Conservation, 15(6):1993 - 2007.
  40. Fielding, A.H., Whitfield, D. P. and McLeod, D. R. A., 2006. Spatial association as an indicator of the potential for future interactions between wind energy developments and golden eagles Aquila chrysaetos in Scotland.Biological Conservation, 131(3): 359-369.
  41. Haworth, P. F., McGrady, M. J., Whitfield, D. P., Fielding, A.H. and McLeod, D. R. A., 2006. Ranging distance of resident Golden Eagles Aquila chrysaetos in western Scotland according to season and breeding status. Bird Study, 3(1): 265-273.
  42. Whitfield, D. P., Fielding, A. H., Gregory, M. J. P., Gordon, A. G., McLeod, D. R. A., Haworth, P. F., 2007. Complex effects of habitat loss on golden eagles.Ibis149: 26-36.
  43. Whitfield, D.P., Fielding, A.H., McLeod, D.R.A., Morton, K., Stirling-Aird, P., Eaton, M.A., 2007. Factors constraining the distribution of Golden Eagles Aquila chrysaetos in Scotland. Bird Study, 54: 199-211.
  44. Whitfield, D. P., Fielding, A. H. and Whitehead, S. 2008. Long-term change in the fecundity of hen harriers Circus cyaneus in Wales: roles for human interference and weather. Animal Conservation,11(2),144-152.
  45. Whitfield, D.P., Reid, R., Haworth, P. F., Madder, M., Marquiss, M., Tingay, R. and Fielding, A.H. 2009. Diet specificity is not associated with increased reproductive performance of Golden Eagles Aquila chrysaetos in western Scotland. Ibis, 151: 255-264.
  46. Fielding, A. H., Langan, M. and Dunleavy, P. D. 2010. Interpreting the UK's National Student (Satisfaction) Survey data for science subjects.Journal of Further and Higher Education,34:3, 347-368.
  47. Geary, M., Fielding, A. H. and Marsden, S. J. 2012. The anatomy of population change in a black grouse population 1992-2008. Oecologia. 168: 73-81.
  48. Langan, A. M., Dunleavy, P. J. and Fielding, A. 2013. Applying Models to National Surveys of Undergraduate Science Students: What Affects Ratings of Satisfaction? Education Sciences,3,193-207
  49. Geary, M., Fielding, A. H., Marsden, S. J., 2014. Designing mosaic landscapes for a key bird species using multi-scaled presence-only bird-habitat models. Ibis, 155: 792-803.
  50. Geary, M., Fielding, A. H. and Marsden, S. J., 2015. Both habitat change and local lek structure influence patterns of spatial loss and recovery in a black grouse population. Population Ecology.
  51. Geary, M., Fielding, A. H., McGowan, P. J. K. and Marsden, S. J. 2015. Scenario-Led Habitat Modelling of Land Use Change Impacts on Key Species. PLoS ONE 10(11): e0142477. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0142477

Other publications and conference papers

  1. Haworth, P. and Fielding, A. H. 1993. Land Use Change in the Uplands - Implications for the conservation of predatory and scavenging birds breeding in Argyll. Report prepared for the Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Contract Number: F71-12-67.
  2. Fielding, A. H. 1994. A Review of methods used to investigate bird-habitat associations. Review No.4, Edinburgh, Scottish Natural Heritage.
  3. Fielding, A. H. 1994. New approaches to the analysis of bird-habitat associations. pp 185-190 in V. Bretagnolle and F. Benniel (eds) Proceedings of the International Meeting "Ecology and Statistical Methods" , Niort, France,.
  4. Fielding, A. H., Haworth, P. F. and Morgan, D. 1993. Detailed Observations on the behavioural ecology of the raptor guild on the Ross of Mull. Report prepared for Scottish Natural Heritage, Contract number: NCCS/004/92/UPB.
  5. Fielding, A. H. 1997. Book Review: W. E. Kunin and K. J. Gaston, The biology of rarity. Causes and consequences of rare-common differences. Environmental Conservation, 24:371-372.
  6. Fielding, A. H. 1999. Book Review: A. Farina, Principles and Methods in Landscape Ecology. Environmental Conservation, 26:75-78.
  7. I compiled and wrote the regular Update section (Literature Survey, News and Views and Product News) for the journal Computer Applications in the BioSciences. There were six editions per annual volume.
  8. Chaos in Biology: Research Seminar at the Mathematical Institute, Oxford University. (May, 1993).
  9. Assessing the performance of Discriminant Analysis in Bird-Habitat Studies: Scottish Natural Heritage workshop on methods used to study bird-habitat associations. (August, 1993).
  10. Are there area-specific bird-habitat associations? British Ecological Society AGM (January, 1994).
  11. New approaches to bird-habitat studies: VI International Congress of Ecology (August, 1994).
  12. The ecology of a raptor guild. Earthwatch conference, Harvard University. (October, 1994)
  13. On the measurement of error in predictive models. British Ecological Society AGM (December, 1995).
  14. Artificial intelligence approaches to ecological data. Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Seabirds and Cetaceans Group workshop. (March, 1996).
  15. What are the appropriate characteristics of an accuracy measure? International conference on 'Predicting Plant and Animal Occurences: Issues of Scale and Accuracy', Utah, USA (October, 1999).
  16. Experiences of teaching statistics to biologists by distance learning. Seminar to the BioMedical Open Learning Group at Manchester University (November, 1999).
  17. Modelling the impact of land use change on golden eagles. Birds of Prey in a changing environment, SNH/BOU conference (December, 2000).
  18. Genetic algorithms as an ecological modelling tool. British Ecological Society AGM (January, 2001).
  19. The impact of afforestation on golden eagles in Argyll. Report to Scottish Natural Heritage (October, 2001), with P.F. Haworth, D.R.A. McLeod and M.Gregory.
  20. The foraging ecology of hen harriers on the Ross of Mull. Report to Scottish Natural Heritage (October, 2001), with P.F. Haworth
  21. Analytical foundation for the conservation of golden eagles. Report to Scottish Natural Heritage (February, 2002), with P.F. Haworth and D.R.A. McLeod
  22. Prey distribution, abundance, land use and predatory birds on the Ross of Mull. Report to Scottish Natural Heritage (February, 2002), with P.F. Haworth and P. M. Roberts.
  23. Density and productivity of golden eagles in Scotland (1982-1992). Report to Scottish Natural Heritage (February, 2002), with D.R.A. McLeod.
  24. Accuracy, Utility and Costs. Keynote lecture at the The 3rd Conference of the International Society for Ecological Informatics (ISEI) held in Villa Grazioli Park Hotel, Grottaferrata (Rome, Italy), from August 26 to August 30, 2002.
  25. Russell, G., Fielding, A.H. and McGill, J. 2003. Size matters: two geographically isolated populations of Ascophyllum nodosum. Annual Meeting of the British Phycological Society 2003, 2-4 January, 2003, The National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland.
  26. Fielding, A. H., Whitfield, D. P., Haworth, P. F. and McLeod, D. R. A. 2003. Approaches to large scale distribution modelling using the golden eagle as an example. British Ecological Society Annual General Meeting, 9-11 September, Manchester.
  27. Whitfield, D. P., McLeod, D. R. A., Fielding, A. H., Haworth, P. F. 2003. The effects of persecution on the population dynamics of Scottish golden eagles Aquila chryseatos. British Ecological Society Annual General Meeting, 9-11 September, Manchester.
  28. Jones, M., Fielding, A. and Sullivan, M.. 2003. Extinction-risk in parrots and a new technique for identiying future risk. British Ecological Society Annual General Meeting, 9-11 September, Manchester.
  29. Fielding, A. H., Stevens-Wood, B., Jones, M. and Haworth, P. F. 2003. Distant access to an ecological field experiment. British Ecological Society Annual General Meeting, 9-11 September, Manchester.
  30. Allen, B., Fielding, A. H. and Wheater, C.P. 2003. The ancient woodlands of Greater Manchester: species composition and internal structure. British Ecological Society Annual General Meeting, 9-11 September, Manchester.
  31. Allen, B. R., Fielding, A. H. and Wheater, C. P. 2004. Ancient woodland in the developing landscape: the effects of fragmentation and isolation on carabid assemblages. LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY OF TREES AND FORESTS: 12th Annual Conference of the International-Association-for-Landscape-Ecology, June 21-24, 2004 Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, UK. pp 99-106.
  32. Marsden, S. J., Whiffen, M., Galetti, M. and Fielding, A. H. 2003. How well do Brazil's Atlantic forest reserves maintain viable bird populations? British Ecological Society Annual General Meeting, 9-11 September, Manchester.
  33. Dawson, M and Fielding, A.H. 2003. Developing a departmental learning and teaching strategy. LT2003, September 10th 2003.
  34. Fielding, A.H. 2003. Online formative assessment tools. LT2003, September 10th 2003.
  35. Fielding, A.H. and Bingham, E. 2004. Tools for Computer-Aided Assessment. LTiA. 2(1): Assessment.
  36. Fielding, A.H., Harris, S. and King, S. 2004. Quality Assurance for online courses: A view from the shop floor. Quality Assurance for Open and Distributed Learning Event. MMU, 27th April 2004.
  37. Fielding, A.H. 2004. Online access to a large scale field experiment. Invited paper at the LTSN Bioscience Professional Development Programme: Making the most of fieldwork. Liverpool John Moores University, 24th June 2004.
  38. Haworth, P. F. and Fielding, A. H. 2004. Golden Eagle Diet and Prey Availability in the Cuillins SPA, Skye. SNH Contract No. AH02LD009030495./span>
  39. Fielding, A. H. 2005. A formative essay marking exercise. HEA Centre for Bioscience, Swapshop, University of Leeds, 7th-8th September, 2005.
  40. Fielding, A.H., Haworth, P. F. and Reid, R. 2005. The Eisgein experience. Birds and Windfarms, Scottish Natural Heritage, Battleby, 25th January 2005.
  41. King, S., Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 2006. Ecological survey effort:how much is enough? BES / IEEM EcIA: Science & Best Practice Conference. Bath Spa University College 11 & 12 July 2006.
  42. Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 2006. A review of the impact of the proposed Edinbane wind farm on golden eagles. Report prepared for AMEC by Haworth Conservation Ltd.
  43. Whitfield, D. P. and Fielding, A. H. 2006. Hen Harrier Metapopulation Studies - Part 3. A report from Natural Research (Projects) Ltd to Countryside Council for Wales CONTRACT NO: FC 73-01-542
  44. Whitfield, D. P., McLeod, D. R. A., Haworth, P. F and Fielding, A. H. 2006. Scoping Assessment for a Conservation Framework the Hen Harrier. Report to SNH under contract no. 15367
  45. Whitfield, D. P., Fielding, A. H., McLeod, D. R. A. and Haworth, P. F. 2006. A conservation framework for the golden eagle: implications for the conservation and management of golden eagles in Scotland. Report to SNH.http://www.snh.org.uk/pdfs/publications/commissioned_reports/Report No193.pdf
  46. Fielding, A. H., Whitfield, D. P., McLeod, D. R. A. and Haworth, P. F. 2006. A conservation framework for the golden eagle in Scotland. Presentation to the Scottish Raptor Study Monitoring Group, SNH, Edinburgh.
  47. Fielding, A. H. and Cullen, R. 2006. Writing effective MCQs. Invited seminar delivered to staff at the University of Manchester. 21st November 2006.
  48. Fielding, A. H. 2006. Open source teaching and information sources. Invited lecture, HEA Bioscience Effective E-learning meeting, MMU, 13th December 2006.
  49. Dawson, M. M., Overfield, J., Ainley, C., Fielding, A. H. and Cullen, R. 2007. Development and implementation of a policy for delivering effective feedback to students. The Science Learning and Teaching Conference Keele, June 2007.
  50. Fielding, A. H. 2007. Automated feedback. Faculty of Science LandT conference 2007.
  51. Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 2007. Potential impact of the removal of young birds on the Welsh red kite population. Report for the Irish Red Kite Project Development Group.
  52. Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 2007. A model of the long-term viability of a proposed re-introduction of white-tailed eagle Haliaeetus albicilla into Ireland. Report to the Irish Raptor Study Group.
  53. Fielding, A. H., Haworth, P. F., Whitfield, D.P. and McLeod, D.R. 2008. Raptor Species Conservation Frameworks: Hen Harrier Framework Project (Progress Report Phase I). Report to Scottish Natural Heritage.
  54. Fielding, A. H. 2008. Student Assessment Workloads (Review). LTiA 7(3)
  55. Fielding, A. H. 2008. Electronic submission of coursework. Report for the Faculty of Science and Engineering Academic Development Committee.
  56. Fielding, A. H. 2008. A review of Research Design Teaching in the Faculty of Science and Engineering. Report for the MMU Pathfinder Project.
  57. Haworth, P. F. and Fielding, A. H. 2009. An assessment of woodland habitat utilisation by breeding hen harriers. SNH Project No. 24069.
  58. Fielding, A. H., Haworth, P. F., Whitfield, D.P. and Reid, R. 2009. Diet and breeding success in golden eagles: implications for land management. SNH CONTRACT NUMBER 23748
  59. Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 2009. SNH Species Call-Off Arrangement: Review of the Irish Golden Eagle Reintroduction: donation of Scottish Birds. Report to the Scientific Advisory Committee.http://www.snh.org.uk/pdfs/scottish/IrishGoldenEagleProject.pdf
  60. Fielding, A. H., Haworth, P. F., Whitfield, D.P. and McLeod, D.R. 2009. Raptor Species Conservation Frameworks: Hen Harrier Framework Project (Final Report). Report to Scottish Natural Heritage.
  61. Whitfield, D. P. and Fielding, A. H. 2009. Hen harrier population studies in Wales. CCW Contract Science Report No: 879, 42pp, CCW, Bangor. pdf
  62. Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 2009. Raptor Species Conservation Frameworks: Hen Harrier Framework Project (Non-Technical Report). Report to Scottish Natural Heritage.
  63. Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 2009. Golden eagle ecology. SNH Workshop on the new Golden Eagle pSPA. SNH, Battleby, 2nd November 2009.
  64. Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 2009. Golden eagle: assessing cumulative impact case study. SNH Workshop Assessing the cumulative impacts of wind farm developments on birds. SNH, Battleby, 15 December 2009.http://www.snh.org.uk/pdfs/sgp/A325037.pdf
  65. Fielding, A. H. and Prowse, A. 2009. NSS 2009 How to make institutional sense of the data. Internal MMU report.
  66. Fielding, A. H. 2009. NSS 2009 Programme Level analysis: Subject Level Performance. Internal MMU report.
  67. Fielding, A. H. 2009. NSS 2009 Programme Level analysis: Dissatisfaction analysis. Internal MMU report.
  68. Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 2010. Edinbane Windfarm: Ornithological Monitoring. A review of the spatial use of the area by birds of prey. Report for Vattenfall.
  69. Haworth, P. F. and Fielding, A. H. 2010. Numbers, distribution and productivity of key raptor species breeding in Benbecula Barra and the Uists: 2005-2009 (Draft). SNH CONTRACT NO: 2671.
  70. Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 2010. Farr windfarm: A review of its operational impacts on golden plover.
  71. Langan, M., Dunleavy, P. and Fielding, A. H. 2010. Extracting useful information from the UK's National Student (Satisfaction) Survey data. 2010 Academy Annual Conference, June 22nd 2010.
  72. Whitfield, D. P., Green, M. and Fielding, A. H. 2010. Are breeding Eurasian curlew Numenius arquata displaced by wind energy developments? Natural Research Projects Ltd, Banchory, Scotland.
  73. Hardman, J., Paucar-Caceres, A., Urquhart, C. and Fielding, A. 2010. Predicting Students Progression Using Existing University Datasets: A Random Forest Application. AMCIS 2010 Proceedings. Paper 272. (available online from http://aisel.aisnet.org/amcis2010/272/)
  74. Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 2010. Eagles and windfarms: A review of the possible effects of windfarms on golden eagles in Scotland.
  75. Fielding, A., Haworth, P., Whitfield, P., McLeod, D. & Riley, H. 2011. A Conservation Framework for Hen Harriers in the United Kingdom. JNCC Report 441. Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Peterborough
  76. Haworth, P. F. and Fielding, A. H. 2011. Guidance for Woodland Expansion in Golden Eagle SPAs. Haworth Conservation report for Forestry Commission Scotland.
  77. Thompson, D. B. A., Haworth, P. F., Fielding, A. H., Whitfield, D. P., Wilson, J., Wernham, C. and Stirling-Aird, P. 2011. Where eagles dare: conservation frameworks for raptors in Britain. ACES 2011: Conservation Conflicts: Strategies for coping with a changing world, Aberdeen 22-24 August 2011.
  78. Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 2012. Multi-species raptor monitoring - providing the evidence for future EIAs. SNH Workshop Assessing the impact of windfarms on birds. Post-construction monitoring - making the most of your data. SNH, Battleby, 3 April 2012.
  79. Haworth, P. F. and Fielding, A. H. 2012. The Identification of Important Localities for Breeding Merlins in Scotland. Report to Scottish Natural Heritage.
  80. Haworth, P. F. and Fielding, A. H. 2012. Edinbane Windfarm: Ornithological Monitoring. A review of the spatial use of the area by birds of prey. Report for Vattenfall.
  81. Roos, R., Dobson, A., Noble, D., Haworth, P., Fielding, A., Carrington-Cotton, A., Etheridge, B. & Wernham, C. 2012. Raptors in Scotland - developing trends and indicators. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report No. - SNH use only
  82. Haworth, P., Fielding, A. & Austin, S. 2012. CR533 GF2a Golden eagle range report - Glen Etive and Glen Fyne Special Protection Area. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report.
  83. Haworth, P., Fielding, A. & Austin, S. 2012. CR576 GF1 Golden eagle range report - Glen Etive and Glen Fyne Special Protection Area. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report.
  84. Haworth, P., Fielding, A. & Austin, S. 2012. CR577 GF2 Golden eagle range report - Glen Etive and Glen Fyne Special Protection Area. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report.
  85. Haworth, P., Fielding, A. & Austin, S. 2012. CR578 GF5 Golden eagle range report - Glen Etive and Glen Fyne Special Protection Area. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report.
  86. Haworth, P., Fielding, A. & Austin, S. 2012. CR579 NA3 Golden eagle range report - Glen Etive and Glen Fyne Special Protection Area. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report.
  87. Haworth, P., Fielding, A. & Austin, S. 2012. CR580 NA4 Golden eagle range report - Glen Etive and Glen Fyne Special Protection Area. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report.
  88. Haworth, P., Fielding, A. & Austin, S. 2012. CR581 NA5 Golden eagle range report - Glen Etive and Glen Fyne Special Protection Area. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report.
  89. Haworth, P., Fielding, A. & Austin, S. 2012. CR582 NA6 Golden eagle range report - Glen Etive and Glen Fyne Special Protection Area. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report.
  90. Haworth, P., Fielding, A. & Austin, S. 2012. CR583 NA7 Golden eagle range report - Glen Etive and Glen Fyne Special Protection Area. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report.
  91. Haworth, P., Fielding, A. & Austin, S. 2012. CR584 NA9 Golden eagle range report - Glen Etive and Glen Fyne Special Protection Area. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report.
  92. Haworth, P., Fielding, A. & Austin, S. 2012. CR585 NA11 Golden eagle range report - Glen Etive and Glen Fyne Special Protection Area. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report.
  93. Haworth, P., Fielding, A. & Austin, S. 2012. CR586 NA13 Golden eagle range report - Glen Etive and Glen Fyne Special Protection Area. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report.
  94. Haworth, P., Fielding, A. & Austin, S. 2012. CR587 NA16 Golden eagle range report - Glen Etive and Glen Fyne Special Protection Area. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report.
  95. Haworth, P., Fielding, A. & Austin, S. 2012. CR588 NA17 Golden eagle range report - Glen Etive and Glen Fyne Special Protection Area. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report.
  96. Haworth, P., Fielding, A. & Austin, S. 2012. CR589 NA18 Golden eagle range report - Glen Etive and Glen Fyne Special Protection Area. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report.
  97. Haworth, P., Fielding, A. & Austin, S. 2012. CR610 NA8 Golden eagle range report - Glen Etive and Glen Fyne Special Protection Area. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report.
  98. Haworth, P. F. and Fielding, A. H. 2013. Edinbane Windfarm: Ornithological Monitoring. A review of the spatial use of the area by birds of prey. Report for Vattenfall.
  99. Haworth, P. F. and Fielding, A. H. 2013. Expanding woodlands in Special Protection Areas for golden eagles. Forestry Commission Scotland Information Note. www.forestry.gov.uk/publications
  100. Fielding, A.H. and Haworth, P.F. 2014. Golden eagles in the south of Scotland: an overview. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report No. 626.
  101. Fielding, A.H. 2014. Population Modelling Workshop for SNH staff. SNH, Battleby, November 12th
  102. Haworth, P.F., Fielding, A. H. and Thompson, D.B.A. 2014. Could the eagle have landed? pp 16-19 The Nature of Scotland - Autumn/Winter 2014 - Issue 20. Scottish Natural Heritage.
  103. Geary, M., Fielding, A.H,, McGowan, P.J.K. & Marsden, S.J. 2014. Integrating landscape simulation and population modelling for Black Grouse Tetrao tetrix in a changing upland landscape. BOU Proceedings - Avian Demography in a Changing World http://www.bou.org.uk/bouproc
  104. Grainger, M., Fielding, A & Whittingham, M. (2015). Desk based review of the methods used to assess the effects of wind farms on different bird species. Commissioned report number 1501. 29pp. Available from www.swbsg.org
  105. Dunn, J.C., Zwart, M.C., Kerr, S., Fielding, A.H. & Whittingham, M.J. (2015). Desk based evaluation of wind farms and habitat management in Scotland. SWBSG Commissioned report number 1503. 52 pp. Available from: www.swbsg.org
  106. Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 2015. Final report on the eight year monitoring programme (2007-2014) for the Edinbane wind farm on the Isle of Skye. The report is available as a 3.0 Mb pdf.
  107. Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 2015. Final report on the fourteen year monitoring programme (2002-2015) for the impact of the Farr wind farm on dunlin. The report is available as a 3.4 Mb pdf.
  108. Fielding, A. H. and Haworth, P. F. 2015. Final report on the eleven year monitoring programme (2005-2015) for the impact of the Farr wind farm on golden plover. The report is available as a 3.2 Mb pdf.
  109. Whitfield, D.P. and Fielding, A.H. 2017. Analyses of the fates of satellite tracked golden eaglesin Scotland . Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report No. 982.