Al Farsi K, Cameron RW, Hitchmough J & Lupton D (2016) Student Project: Assessing the effects of drought and temperature on the establishment of Juniperus seravschanica saplings in northern Oman. Sibbaldia: the Journal of Botanic Garden Horticulture, 14, 37-53. View this article in WRRO
Hitchmough JD (2007) Germination and emergence of understorey and tall canopy forbs used in naturalistic sowing mixes. A comparison of performance in vitro v the field.. Seed Science and Technology(3), 624-637.
Ahmad H & Hitchmough JD (2007) Germination and emergence of understorey and tall canopy forbs used in naturalistic sowing mixes. A comparison of performance in vitro v the field. SEED SCI TECHNOL, 35(3), 624-637.
Hitchmough JD (2003) Effects of sward height, gap size, and slug grazing on emergence and establishment of Trollius europaeus (Globeflower). RESTOR ECOL, 11(1), 20-28.
Hitchmough JD, Kendle AD & Paraskevopoulou AT (2003) Emergence, survival and initial growth of North American prairie forbs and British meadow forbs and grasses in low-productivity urban "waste" soils. J HORTIC SCI BIOTECH, 78(1), 89-99.
Jorgensen A, Hitchmough J & Calvert T (2002) Woodland spaces and edges: their impact on perception of safety and preference. LANDSCAPE URBAN PLAN, 60(3), 135-150.
Hitchmough J, Kendle T & Paraskevopoulou AT (2001) . Urban Ecosystems, 5(4), 285-308.
Hitchmough JD (2000) Establishment of cultivated herbaceous perennials in purpose-sown native wildflower meadows in south-west Scotland. LANDSCAPE URBAN PLAN, 51(1), 37-51.
Hitchmough J (2012) Localism in planting design in a time of increasing global urbanism and climate change. 49th World Congress of the International Federation of Landscape Architects, IFLA 2012 (pp 556-570)
Hanisah NMH, Hitchmough JD & Muda A (2010) THE PERCEPTION OF KUALA LUMPUR PUBLICS' ON TREE RETENTION AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT. 1NCEBS CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS: 1ST NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENVIRONMENTAL-BEHAVIOUR STUDIES (pp 273-286)
Jorgensen A, Hitchmough J & Dunnett N (2005) Living in the urban wildwoods: A case study of Birchwood, Warrington New Town, UK. WILD URBAN WOODLANDS: NEW PERSPECTIVES FOR URBAN FORESTRY (pp 95-116)