Knowledge for a sustainable world

Research Group:
Ecosystem Services
  • J. Haggar, D. Phillips, R. Kumar and V. Nelson (2014) ‘Market and Incentive-Based Mechanisms to Support Integrated Landscape Initiatives: A Summary Report of their Potential and Limitations’. Commissioned by EcoAgriculture Partners and the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature Programme. Funded by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. NRI Report, University of Greenwich, Chatham: UK.
  • Davies M.J., Harrison-Murray R., Atkinson C.J., Grant O.M. (2016). Application of deficit irrigation to container-grown hardy ornamental nursery stock via overhead irrigation compared to drip irrigation. Agricultural Water Management, 163, 244-254.
  • Bartlett, Debbie (2016) A comparison of the chestnut industry in S E England and Northern Italy. Quarterly Journal of Forestry. ISSN 0033-5568
  • Bartlett, Deborah (2016) Traditional coppice in South East England: the importance of workforce engagement for development. iForest - Biogeosciences and Forestry. e1-e6. ISSN 1971-7458 (doi:10.3832/ifor1809-009)
  • Celestine A. Afiukwa, Julius O. Faluyi, Christopher J Atkinson, Benjamin E. Ubi, David O. Igw and Richard O. Akinwale. (2016). Screening of some rice varieties and landraces cultivated in Nigeria for drought tolerance based on phenotypic traits and their association with SSR polymorphisms. African Journal of Agricultural Research, 11, 2599-2615.
  • Labuschagne, L., Swanepoel, L.H., Taylor, P.J., Belmain, S.R. and Keith, M. (2016). Are avian predators effective biological control agents for rodent pest management in agricultural systems? Biological Control. 101: 94-102.
  • Abudu, Dan and Williams, Meredith (2015) GIS-based optimal route selection for oil and gas pipelines in Uganda. Advances in Computer Science: an International Journal, 4 (4):16. pp. 93-104. ISSN 2322-5157 (Online)
  • Felipe de Jesús Osuna Canizalez, Christopher J. Atkinson, Jorge Miguel Paulino Vázquez Alvarado, Edwin Javier Barrios Gómez, Marianguadalupe Hernández Arenas, Sandra Eloísa Rangel Estrada y Efraín Cruz Cruz. (2015). Estado del arte en la ciencia y tecnología para la producción y procesamiento de Jatropha no tóxica (State of art on science and technology for production and processing of non-toxic Jatropha. - Memoria de Simposio Internacional.
  • Scott H.L., Ponsonby D., Atkinson C.J. (2014). Biochar an improver of nutrient and soil water availability – what is the evidence? CAB Reviews
  • Julian Quan, Lars Otto Naess, Andrew Newsham, Almeida Sitoe, and Maria Corral Fernandez (2014) Carbon Forestry and Climate Compatible Development in Mozambique: A Political Economy Analysis. IDS Working Paper 448
  • Haggar J; Asigbaase M; Bonilla G; Pico J; Quilo A. (2015) Tree diversity on sustainably certified and conventional coffee farms in Central America. Biodiversity and Conservation: DOI 10.1007/s10531-014-0851-y
  • Baca M, Laderach P, Haggar J, Schroth G, Ovalle A (2014) An integrated framework for assessing vulnerability to climate change and developing adaptation strategies for coffee growing families in Mesoamerica. PLoS ONE 9: e88463. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0088463
  • Noponen M, Haggar J, Edwards-Jones G, Healey J (2013) Intensification of coffee systems can increase the effectiveness of REDD mechanisms. Agricultural Systems 119: 1-9
  • Noponen M, Healey J, Soto, G, Haggar J. (2013) Sink or source – the potential of coffee agroforestry systems to sequester atmospheric CO2 into soil organic carbon. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 175: 60-68
  • Haggar J, Medina B, Aguilar RM, Munoz C (2013) Land use change on coffee farms in southern Guatemala and its environmental consequences. Environmental Management 51: 811-823 DOI 10.1007/s00267-013-0019-7
  • Haggar J, Jerez R, Cuadra L, Alvarado U and Soto G (2012) Environmental and economic costs and benefits from sustainable certification of coffee in Nicaragua. Food Chain 2: 24-41
  • Noponen M., Edwards-Jones G, Haggar J, Soto G., Attarzadeh N., Healey J. (2012) Greenhouse gas emissions and production efficiency in coffee grown with differing input levels under conventional and organic coffee. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 151: 6-15.
  • Haggar, J., Barrios, M., Bolaños, M., Merlo, M., Moraga, P., Munguia, R., Ponce, A., Romero, S., Soto, G., Staver, C and Virginio, E. de M.F. (2011) Coffee agroecosystem performance under full sun, shade, conventional and organic management regimes in Central America. Agroforestry Systems, 82 (3). pp. 285-301.
  • Eakin, Hallie, Bojórquez-Tapia, Luis A., Diaz, Rafael Monterde, Castellanos, Edwin and Haggar, Jeremy (2011) Adaptive capacity and social-environmental change: theoretical and operational modeling of smallholder coffee systems response in Mesoamerican Pacific Rim. Environmental Management, 47 (3). pp. 352-367.