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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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

Mills, Jane and Gaskell, Peter and Ingram, Julie and Chaplin, Stephen (2018) Understanding farmers’ motivations for providing unsubsidised environmental benefits. Land Use Policy. ISSN 02648377 (In Press)

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

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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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