More publication success for Researchers from CCRI. Damian Maye is lead author on two papers with Rob Berry co-authoring a paper written by former CCRI Masters’ student Katherine Smith.
Julie Urquhart and Damian Maye both have papers accepted for publication, with Julie’s being published as open access.
Recent research conducted by CCRI concerning a new social survey of fishers has been published by Defra. Dr Julie Urquhart who led the research will present findings at the ICES conference in Gothenburg.
Over the summer period, two papers have been published that have had involvement from a number of CCRI researchers. Dan Keech is co-author on a paper that will be available next year, whilst Damian Maye, Julie Urquhart and Mauro Vigani contributed to a paper associated with the SURE-Farm project.
Another book publication success for researchers in CCRI. Mauro Vigani, Janet Dwyer and John Powell have contributed to a new book analysing agricultural labour markets and policies in EU and North America.
We are all delighted here in CCRI as Amr Khafagy, who joined us in January will be having a book published in September.
A new publication from Nenia Micha is now available that highlights the benefits to farmers who implement Nutrient Management Plans.
Last year, CCRI researchers had a paper published in a special issue of the journal ‘Space and Polity’. Due to the interest in this special edition, which profiled “the varied contributions of geographical inquiry to scholarly debates on the causes, meaning and implications of the UKs decision to Brexit from the EU”, the journal will now be published as a book.
More publication success for the CCRI with the acceptance of an article into a journal and a new book going into production.
PhD student, Caitlin Hafferty has written an article for ‘Salmo Trutta’, the journal of the Wild Trout Trust. The article is focussed on the River Brue in the small Somerset town of Bruton and details community engagement and management of the river. Find out more and download Caitlin’s article for free.