Phil Staddon, principal lecturer and researcher at CCRI is guest editing a forthcoming issue of ‘Cogent Environmental Science’, a multidisciplinary open access journal.
Damian Maye and Julie Ingram have just had a paper accepted for publication in ‘Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems’ that considers the implications of a digital transformation in agricultural production systems specifically for agricultural knowledge.
CCRI PhD student Caitlin Hafferty recently completed a four-month internship with the Welsh Government, during which time she authored six policy research reports.
Late last week, we received the fantastic news that a further two articles had been accepted for publication – making a total of five in as many days!
Three more articles have been accepted for CCRI researchers. Read more about the successes of Phil Staddon, Nenia Micha and Matt Reed.
Chris Short is co-author of a new article arising from the PEGASUS project published in Landscape and Urban Planning and available as an open access article.
CCRI’s Dr Phil Staddon’s PhD student Maede Faghihinia is researching the impact of grazing intensity on belowground ecosystem functioning and carbon cycling in North China steppe.
CCRI Professor of Social Economy, Paul Courtney has been invited to guest edit a Special Issue of the journal ‘Sustainability’. The theme of the Special Issue will be ‘Fostering Inclusivity in Rural Economic Development’ and manuscripts are now being accepted for consideration.
Damian Maye is co-author of a new paper which stems from the Horizon 2020 project ‘ROBUST’.
Publication success for CCRI researchers Jane Mills and Damian Maye. Jane has a soil themed paper published and Damian contributes chapters to two books.