Browsing by Author "Morris, Joe"

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  • Morris, Joe; Audsley, Eric; Wright, Iain A.; McLeod, Jim; Pearn, Kerry R.; Angus, Andrew; Rickard, Sean (2005-11-01)
    In this context, the overall aim of project is to explore possible long term futures for agriculture in England and Wales in order to inform decision-making on environmental policy and provide a 2 framework for Defra ...
  • Burgess, Paul J.; Morris, Joe (Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam., 2009-12-31)
    This paper explores how agricultural technology has interacted with recent land use in the UK and how it might do so in the next 50 years. From 1960 to 1985, farmers successfully used technology to increase the output ...
  • Agbenyega, Olivia; Burgess, Paul J.; Cook, Matthew; Morris, Joe (Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam., 2009-07-01)
    Owners, local residents, government, and conservation organisations can express divergent preferences in the development and management of local woodlands. The perceptions of these four groups were examined, in the context ...
  • Brighu, Urmila (Cranfield University, 2008)
    Access to safe and sufficient drinking water and adequate sanitation are now recognized as basic human rights. One Millennium Development Goal is to reduce by half the proportion of people without access to safe drinking ...
  • King, Helen P.; Morris, Joe; Graves, Anil; Bradbury, Richard B.; McGinlay, James; Bullock, James M. (Elsevier, 2017-08-09)
    Evidence of the link between biodiversity and cultural ecosystem benefits (CEB) is scarce. Participatory workshops were used to explore perceptions of CEB attributable to biodiversity in lowland arable and semi-natural ...
  • Smith, R. J. (Cranfield University, 2001-01)
    Political, environmental, and commercial needs for information on the Earths surface and atmosphere drive the development of improved satellite data products. At visible and thermal wavelengths the quality of these ...
  • Mtoni, Paul E (Cranfield University, 2010)
    Development projects, such as plantations and infrastructure improvements, provide benefits for people at the regional and national scales. They can also result in negative impacts and costs borne by some members of ...
  • McGinlay, James; Parsons, David J.; Morris, Joe; Hubatova, Marie; Graves, Anil; Bradbury, Richard B.; Bullock, James M. (Elsevier, 2017-08-01)
    The relationship between nature and cultural ecosystem service (CES) benefits is well accepted but poorly understood, as is the potential role of biodiversity in the relationship. By means of a public questionnaire survey ...
  • Simbua, E. F. (Cranfield University, 2006-04)
    Tea is an important crop in Tanzania, contributing over US$45 million to exports each year. It is grown by over 30,000 smallholder households, and a further 10,000 people are employed in the estates sector. In this ...
  • Morris, Joe; Else, M A; El Chami, D; Daccache, A; Rey, Dolores; Knox, Jerry (Elsevier, 2017-09-11)
    Strawberries are a high value crop in the UK soft fruit sector, with the majority of production grown at field-scale and under protected (polytunnel) conditions. Despite its importance to the rural economy, there is ...
  • Yeung, Ruth Mo Wah (Cranfield UniversityCranfield University at Silsoe, 2002-07)
    Recent high profile food safety incidents in the United Kingdom have shaken consumer confidence in food products. Consumer perception of risk is seen to be very relevant to food safety issues. The impact of this perceived ...
  • Yee, Wallace Man Shek (Cranfield UniversityCranfield University at Silsoe, 2002-10)
    Food safety is an important issue facing consumers, the food industry and the government. Since consumers cannot themselves easily assess food safety risks, their perception of food safety is in part a matter of trust ...
  • Audsley, Eric; Angus, Andrew; Chatterton, Julia C.; Graves, Anil R.; Morris, Joe; Murphy-Bokern, Donal; Pearn, Kerry R.; Sandars, Daniel L.; Williams, Adrian G. (2010-12-21)
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY •1. Key findingsThis study examines the land use and greenhouse gas implications of UK food consumption change away from carbon intensive products. It shows that the UK agricultural land base can ...
  • Morris, Joe; Hess, Tim M. (Jrbm, 2005-01-01)
    Concerns about increased flood risk and loss of biodiversity in lowland areas, coupled with changing priorities in the countryside have drawn attention to the potential contribution that managed washlands can make to ...
  • Knox, Jerry W.; Morris, Joe; Hess, Tim M. (Ip Publishing, 2010-12-01)
    Internationally, agriculture is widely regarded as one of the sectors at most risk from a changing climate. This is due to the impact of increased temperatures, reduced rainfall and increased frequency of extreme events, ...
  • Ridding, Lucy E.; Redhead, John W.; Oliver, Tom H.; Schmucki, Reto; McGinlay, James; Graves, Anil R.; Morris, Joe; Bradbury, Richard B.; King, Helen; Bullock, James M. (Elsevier, 2017-12-09)
    The importance of Cultural Ecosystem Services (CES) to human wellbeing is widely recognised. However, quantifying these non-material benefits is challenging and consequently they are often not assessed. Mapping approaches ...
  • Morris, Joe; Hess, Tim M.; Gowing, D. J.; Leeds-Harrison, P. B.; Bannister, N.; Wade, M.; Vivash, R. M. (2004-01-01)
    In the context of growing interest in finding sustainable solutions to flood management in England and Wales, this study set out to determine the extent to which benefits to flood management and biodiversity can be ...
  • Morris, Joe; Hess, Tim M.; Gowing, D. J.; Leeds-Harrison, P. B.; Bannister, N.; Vivash, R. M.; Wade, M. (2003-01-01)
    A combination of reform of agricultural policy, changing priorities in the countryside, growing commitment to protect and enhance biodiversity, and concerns about increased flood risk in lowlands have drawn attention to ...
  • Morris, Joe; Bailey, A. P.; Alsop, D.; Vivash, R. M.; Lawson, C. S.; Leeds-Harrison, P. B. (2004-01-01)
    In many river floodplains in the UK there has been a long history of flood defence, land reclamation and water regime management for farming. In recent years, changing policies with respect to farming, environment and ...
  • Weatherhead, E. K.; Knox, Jerry W.; Morris, Joe; Hess, Tim M.; Bradley, R. Ian; Sanders, Catherine L. (1997-01-01)
    The study confirmed that water use for agricultural irrigation is increasing, both in area irrigated and depths applied, and is increasingly concentrated on the more valuable crops. Underlying volumetric growth was 3% ...