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Browsing publications by Dr Sophie Tindale.

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Dr Sophie Tindale
Dr Novieta Sari
Professor Lynn Frewer
European Permanent Grasslands: A Systematic Review of Economic Drivers of Change, Including a Detailed Analysis of the Czech Republic, Spain, Sweden, and UK2024
Dr Sophie Tindale
Dr Mercy Ojo
Dr Kirsty McInnes
Professor Lynn Frewer
Citizen perceptions and values associated with ecosystem services from European grassland landscapes2023
Dr Sophie Tindale
Professor Lynn Frewer
Assessing the feasibility of multiple grassland-related management options and their potential to deliver ecosystem services in Mediterranean Dehesa/Montado Systems from stakeholders’ perspective: scientific experts and farmers2023
Dr Sophie Tindale
Professor Lynn Frewer
Perceived feasibility of sward management options in permanent grassland of Alpine regions and expected effects on delivery of ecosystem services2023
Johny Hilaire
Dr Sophie Tindale
Dr Glyn Jones
Gabriela Pingarron-Cardenas
Dr Mercy Ojo
et al.
Risk perception associated with an emerging agri-food risk in Europe: plant viruses in agriculture2022
Dr Sophie Tindale
Policy Instruments for Environmental Public Goods: Interdependencies and Hybridity2021
Dr Niki Rust
Dr Lucia Rehackova
Francis Naab
Dr Beth Clark
Dr Sophie Tindale
et al.
What does the UK public want farmland to look like?2021
Dr Sophie Tindale
Professor Lynn Frewer
The effectiveness of policies promoting sustainable permanent grasslands across five European countries (representing five biogeographic regions): Mapping, understanding, and key stakeholder perceptions.2020
Dr Sophie Tindale
Governing Integration: Insights from Integrating Implementation of European Water Policies2019
Dr Sophie Tindale
Professor Lynn Frewer
Review of facilitators of, and barriers to, adoption and choice of permanent grassland management options to deliver ecosystem services.2019
Dr Sophie Tindale
Stakeholders’ Perception of the Relevance of Water and Sediment Connectivity in Water and Land Management2018