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Ahiaba, UV, Parsa, A and Kempton, J (2019) Typology of Grain Storage Structures in Rural Communities in Kogi State – Nigeria: Economic Implications on the Rural Farmers. American Journal of Rural Development, 7 (1). pp. 14-25. ISSN 2333-4770

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Crotty, F, McCalman, H, Powell, H, Beckingham, S and Marley, C (2019) Should farmers apply fertiliser according to when their daffodils are in flower? Utilising a ‘farmer‐science’ approach to understanding the impact of soil temperature on spring N fertiliser application in Wales. Soil Management and use, 35 (1). ISSN 1475-2743

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Du, Y, Ravenscroft, N, Wang, Y and Liu, P (2019) Governance, Gender and the Appropriation of Natural Resources: A Case Study of ‘Left-Behind’ Women’s Collective Action in China. Society & Natural Resources, 32 (4).

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Feber, R, Johnson, P, Bell, J, Manley, W, Mathews, F, Norton, L, Townsend, M and Macdonald, D (2015) Organic Farming: Biodiversity Impacts Can Depend on Dispersal Characteristics and Landscape Context. PLOS One. ISSN 1932-6203

Feber, R, Johnson, P, Chamberlain, D, Firbank, L, Fuller, R, Hart, B and Manley, W (2015) Does organic farming affect biodiversity? In: Wildlife Conservation on Farmland Volume 1: Managing for nature on lowland farms. Oxford Scholarship Online, Oxford, pp. 108-132. ISBN 9780198745488

Feber, R, Johnson, P, Manley, W, Tattersall, F, Smith, H and Macdonald, D (2015) How can field margin management contribute to invertebrate biodiversity? In: Wildlife Conservation on Farmland Volume 1: Managing for nature on lowland farms. Oxford Scholarship Online, Oxford. ISBN 9780198745488

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Gearey, M, Church, A and Ravenscroft, N (2019) From the hydrosocial to the hydrocitizen: Water, place and subjectivity within emergent urban wetlands. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space. pp. 1-20. ISSN 2514-8494

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Jadevicius, A, Huston, S, Baum, A and Butler, A (2017) Two centuries of farmland prices in England. Journal of Property Research, 2018, 35 (1). pp. 72-94.

Jones, L, Norton, L, Austin, Z, Browne, AL, Donovan, D, Emmett, BA, Grabowski, ZJ, Howard, DC, Jones, JPG, Kenter, JO, Manley, W, Morris, C, Robinson, DA, Short, C, Siriwardena, GM, Stevens, CJ, Storkey, J, Waters, RD and Willis, GF (2015) Stocks and flows of natural and human-derived capital in ecosystem services. Land Use Policy, 52. pp. 151-162. ISSN 0264-8377

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Moore-Colyer, M and Auger, EJ (2016) The Effect of Management Regime on Airborne Respirable Dust Concentrations in Two Different Types of Horse Stable Design. JOURNAL OF EQUINE VETERINARY SCIENCE. pp. 105-109.

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Naylor, R and Hamilton-Webb, A (2016) The ‘Good Farmer’: Farmer Identities and the Control of Exotic Livestock Disease in England. Sociologia Ruralis.

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Pearson, C, Butler, A and Murray, Y (2018) Understanding veterinary leadership in practice. Veterinary Record. pp. 1-7. ISSN 2042-7670

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Rial-lovera, K, Cannon, N, Conway, J and Davies, WP (2016) Weed development in spring wheat after contrasting soil tillage and nitrogen management. Annals of Aplied Biology, 169 (2).

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Stoate, C, Jones, S, Crotty, F, Morris, C and Seymour, S (2019) Participatory research approaches to integrating scientific and farmer knowledge of soil to meet multiple objectives in the English East Midlands. Soil Management and use, 35 (1). ISSN 1475-2743

Sun, B, Dennis, PG, Newsham, KK, Hopkins, D and Hallett, PD (2016) Gelifluction and Thixotropy of Maritime Antarctic Soils: Small-Scale Measurements with a Rotational Rheometer. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 28. pp. 314-321.

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Wang, R, Huston, S, Li, Y, Ma, H, Peng, Y and Ding, L (2018) Temporal Stability of Groundwater Depth in the Contemporary Yellow River Delta, Eastern China. Sustainability, 10 (2224). ISSN 2071-1050

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