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Vera Eory - How certain are we? Greenhouse gas abatement in agriculture.
(373.92 KB, PDF)
Alan Lilly - Carbon in Scottish soils: what have we learned?
(2.16 MB, PDF)
Michael MacLeod - Mainstreaming Climate Change into EU Rural Development Policy post-2013
(1.12 MB, PDF)
Adrian Langarica Fuentes - Root exudation can control greenhouse gas emission.
(1.11 MB, PDF)
John Holland - Grassland management in the uplands: implications for soil N2O emissions, grassland productivity and biodiversity.
(4.27 MB, PDF)
Marie Haskell - Relationship between residual feed intake, methane and behaviour in beef cattle
(980.7 KB, PDF)
Shane Troy - Measuring, estimating and predicting methane output from ruminants.
(3.05 MB, PDF)
Greenhouse Gases Workshop Programme
(628.45 KB, PDF)
Greenhouse Gases Workshop Book of Abstracts
(103.75 KB, DOCX)
Greenhouse Gases Workshop Posters
(176.79 KB, PDF)
John Rooke - Methane mitigation: nutrition highlights
(517.5 KB, PDF)
Joanna Cloy - Assessing soil organic matter changes
(3.43 MB, PDF)
Tom Misselbrook - Greenhouse gases - are we counting correctly
(2.9 MB, PDF)
Rainer Roehe - Genetic mitigation strategies for methane emissions
(1.54 MB, PDF)
Tony Waterhouse - from measuring individual animal emissions to considering ghg emissions
(2 MB, PDF)
Anita Wreford - Assessing the efficiency of adaptation options
(668.13 KB, PDF)
Adaptation to challenges faced by Scotland's and Ireland's Rural Communities.
Professor Ian Boyd, Chief Scientific Adviser at the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA). The key challenges for change in the rural sector.
(635.67 KB, PDF)
Dr Liz Wedderburn, Assistant Research Director, AgResearch,New Zealand. The challenges of change and possible solutions: the New Zealand experience.
(3.37 MB, PDF)
Mr Steven Thomson, Agricultural Economist, SRUC. Future agricultural policy options for Britain and Ireland.
(3.1 MB, PDF)
Dr Kevin Hanrahan, Head of Rural Economy & Development Programme, Teagasc. Brexit: potential implications for Ireland’s rural economy.
(876.97 KB, PDF)
Mr David Barnes, National Adviser on Agriculture Policy, Scottish Government
(724.42 KB, PDF)
Dr Brendan Dunford, Burren Programme Manager, Ireland. The Burren Programme: sustainable farming in a high nature value area.
(3.61 MB, PDF)
Prof Davy McCracken, Professor of Agricultural Ecology and Head of Hill & Mountain Research Centre Future Farming Systems. Hill farming in Scotland: a fragile farming system?
(5.33 MB, PDF)
Catherine Keena, Countryside Management Specialist, Teagasc. Farming the uplands: where to from here?
(1.99 MB, PDF)
Prof Sarah Skerratt, Rural Policy Centre Director, SRUC. Towards more resilient rural communities: the human dimension.
(2.3 MB, PDF)
Dr David Meredith, Senior Researcher, Teagasc. Boom, recession and recovery: impacts and implications for rural economic development.
(948.04 KB, PDF)
Professor Eileen Wall, Team Leader, Animal and Veterinary Sciences, SRUC. Innovation: improving livestock productivity.
(1.08 MB, PDF)
Dr Laurence Shaloo, Principal Researcher, Teagasc. The role of data in the future of dairy farming.
(4.29 MB, PDF)
Professor Dave Roberts, KE Director, SRUC. Delivering behavioural change.
(790.58 KB, PDF)
SRUC Global Genetic Gains Brochure
A report on Resource Use Efficiency for Scottish Agriculture: trends, causes and constraints
An ex-ante economic framework for evaluating the returns to agricultural research and development projects
An analysis of wealth and viability of the Scottish agricultural sector
Measuring what matters in agriculture and food systems
TEEB Scientific and Economic Foundations Report
1. SRUC Impact Worldwide Farmers help reduce sleeping sickness
(135.4 KB, PDF)
2. SRUC Impact Worldwide Working towards large scale mapping of soil biodiversity
(126.37 KB, PDF)
3. SRUC Impact Worldwide Improved genetics, greater milk production - in sub-Saharan Africa
(117.6 KB, PDF)
4. SRUC Impact Worldwide Reducing greenhouse gases, improving
(94.74 KB, PDF)
5. SRUC Impact Worldwide Orphan crops – increased utilisation
(170.29 KB, PDF)
6. SRUC Impact Worldwide Constraints to dairy
(112.47 KB, PDF)
7. SRUC Impact Worldwide Dairy breeding goals in sub-Saharan Africa
(115.86 KB, PDF)
8. SRUC Impact Worldwide IAnimal welfare in Chinese pig production
(157.17 KB, PDF)
9. SRUC Impact Worldwide Improving health and lowering GHG
(108.96 KB, PDF)
10. SRUC Impact Worldwide BarkCure - Making the most of bark – as a ruminant
(163.62 KB, PDF)
rediscovering Millet and Sorghum: The implications of Expanding Orphan Crops in the Malawian Diet
Formulating Value Chains for Orphan Crops in Africa
Consumers' preferences and willingness to pay
Formulating Value Chains for Orphan Crops in Africa AOCC
Formulating Value Chains for Orphan Crops in Africa GCRF
Breeders survey on new and orphan crops
Diversifying landscapes and diets with nutritious foods for better nutrition
Consumers' preferences and willingness to pay for porridge
Game theory and value-elicitation