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  • Challenges and priorities for modelling livestock health and pathogens in the context of climate change 

    Ozkan S; Vitali A; Lacetera N; Amon B; Bannink A; Bartley DJ; Blanco-Penedo I; de Haas Y; Dufrasne I; Elliott J; Eory V; Fox NJ; Garnsworthy PC; Gengler N; Hammami H; Kyriazakis I; Leclere D; Lessire F; MacLeod M; Robinson TP; Ruete A; Sandars DL; Shrestha S; Stott AW; Twardy S; Vanrobays M-L; Vosough Ahmadi B; Weindl I; Wheelhouse N; Williams AG; Williams HW; Wilson AJ; Ostergaard S; Kipling RP (2016)
    Climate change has the potential to impair livestock health, with consequences for animal welfare, productivity, greenhouse gas emissions, and human livelihoods and health. Modelling has an important role in assessing the ...
  • What agricultural practices are most likely to deliver "sustainable intensification" in the UK? 

    Dicks LV; Rose DC; Ang F; Aston S; Birch ANE; Boatman N; Bowles EL; Chadwick D; Dinsdale A; Durham S; Elliott J; Firbank L; Humphreys S; Jarvis P; Jones D; Kindred D; Knight SM; Lee MRF; Leifert C; Lobley M; Matthews K; Midmer A; Moore M; Morris C; Mortimer S; Murray TC; Norman K; Ramsden S; Roberts DJ; Smith LG; Soffe R; Stoate C; Taylor B; Tinker D; Topliff M; Wallace J; Williams P; Wilson P; Winter M; Sutherland WJ (2018)
    Sustainable intensification is a process by which agricultural productivity is enhanced whilst also creating environmental and social benefits. We aimed to identify practices likely to deliver sustainable intensification, ...