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Boatman, Nigel and Ramwell, Carmel and Parry, Hazel R and Jones, Naomi and Bishop, Julie and Gaskell, Peter and Short, Christopher J and Mills, Jane and Dwyer, Janet C (2008) A review of environmental benefits supplied by agri-environment schemes. Technical Report. Land Use Policy Group.

Brackenbury, S and Short, Christopher J and Lewis, Nick (2012) 'Doing Things Differently: Glastir Common Land Element and the Local Action Groups': An Evaluation of the Commons Development Officer Role using the Leader Methodology. Technical Report. CCRI, University of Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire.


Dwyer, Janet C (2014) Policy Integration for Sustainable Agricultural Landscapes: Taking Stock of UK Policy and Practice. Landscape Research, 39 (2). pp. 174-189. ISSN 0142-6397

Dwyer, Janet C and Reed, Matt (2014) Promoting Green Growth in English and Welsh Agriculture: Evaluating the Role of "Soft Measures" - Training, Advice and Extension, Consultant Report. Project Report. OECD internal document.

Dwyer, Janet C and Short, Christopher J and Berriet-Solliec, M and Gael-Lataste, F and Pham, H-V and Affleck, Melissa and Courtney, Paul and Déprès, C (2015) Public Goods and Ecosystem Services from Agriculture and Forestry - a conceptual approach. Project Report. Pegasus - Institute for European Environmental Policy.


Goodenough, Anne E and Harrell, Alison N and Keating, Rachel L and Rolfe, Richard N and Stubbs, Hannah and MacTavish, Lynne and Hart, Adam G (2017) Managing grassland for wildlife: the effects of rotational burning on tick presence and abundance in African savannah habitat. Wildlife Biology (00318). pp. 1-9. ISSN 0909-6396

Groom, Genevieve Kate (2005) From 'Mother Earth' to 'Father Holding the Baby': A Gendered Analysis of Organic Agriculture in Gloucestershire, England. PhD thesis, University of Gloucestershire.


Ingram, Julie and Maye, Damian (2016) Niche knowledge systems-challenging or invigorating the AKS? An analysis of the Permaculture community in England. In: AgroEcological Transitions : changes and breakthroughs in the making. Wageningen University & Research, pp. 35-48.

Ingram, Julie and Mills, Jane (2014) Deliverable 5.2 Overview of socio-economic influences on crop and soil management systems. Project Report. Smartsoil.


Maye, Damian M and Enticott, Gareth and Naylor, Rhiannon and Ilbery, Brian W and Kirwan, James R (2014) Animal disease and narratives of nature: Farmers' reactions to the neoliberal governance of bovine Tuberculosis. Journal of Rural Studies, 36. pp. 401-410. ISSN 07430167

Moore, Oliver and Crawley, Michael J (2015) The impact of red deer on liverwort-rich oceanic heath vegetation. Plant Ecology and Diversity, 8 (3). pp. 437-447. ISSN 1755-0874


Schwilch, Gudrun and Bernet, Lea and Claringbould, Heleen and Fleskens, Luuk and Giannakis, Elias and Leventon, Julia and Marañón, Teodora and Mills, Jane and Short, Christopher J and Stolte, Jannes and van Delden, Hedwig and Verzandvoort, Simone (2015) Soil Functions & Ecosystem Services. In: Soil threats in Europe: status, methods, drivers and effects on ecosystem services. European Union, pp. 155-206. ISBN 978-92-79-54019-6

Schwilch, Gudrun and Bernet, Lea and Fleskens, Luuk and Giannakis, Elias and Leventon, Julia and Marañón, Teodora and Mills, Jane and Short, Christopher J and Stolte, Jannes and van Delden, Hedwig and Verzandvoort, Simone (2016) Operationalizing ecosystem services for the mitigation of soil threats: A proposed framework. Ecological Indicators, 67. pp. 586-597. ISSN 1470-160X

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