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Professor Guy Garrod
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Farming groups and empowerment of women smallholder farmers2021
Professor Mark Whittingham
Dr Ailsa McKenzie
Dr Richard Francksen
Dr Matthew Grainger
Nadheer Fazaa
et al.
Offshore refuges support higher densities and show slower population declines of wintering Ruddy Turnstones Arenaria interpres: a response2020
Mwana Othman
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Professor Guy Garrod
Significance of farming groups for resource access and livelihood improvement of rural smallholder women farmers2020
Professor Mark Whittingham
Dr Ailsa McKenzie
Dr Richard Francksen
Dr Matthew Grainger
Nadheer Fazaa
et al.
Offshore refuges support higher densities and show slower population declines of wintering Ruddy Turnstones Arenaria interpres2019
Professor Mark Reed
Steven Vella
Professor Lynn Frewer
Rosmarie Neumann
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
et al.
A theory of participation: What makes stakeholder and public engagement in environmental management work?2018
Lisa Bunclark
John Gowing
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Understanding farmers’ decisions on adaptation to climate change: Exploring adoption of water harvesting technologies in Burkina Faso2018
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Competing paradigms of flood management in the Scottish/English borderlands2016
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Dr Andrew Donaldson
Dr David Passmore
Flood risk management, an approach to managing crossborder hazards2016
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
How to make sense of our rivers: using assemblage to understand angling2014
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Making sense of policy implementation: the construction and uses of expertise and evidence in managing freshwater environments2013
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Dr Steven Emery
Defra NE0109 Social Research Evidence Review to Inform Natural Environment Policy. Final Project Report to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs2011
Dr Steven Emery
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Interventions in managing environment conflicts: what works, in what contexts and why? Final report to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs2011
Dr Susan Baines
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Working life in rural micro-enterprises: Old forms of organisation in the new economy2011
Dr Mitchell Ness
Dr Mary Brennan
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Emeritus Professor Christopher Ritson
Dr Eric Ruto
et al.
Modelling consumer behavioural intentions towards food with implications for marketing quality low-input and organic food2010
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Interdisciplinarity within and beyond geography: introduction to Special Section2009
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Interdisciplinarity within and beyond geography: Introduction to special section2009
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Interdisciplinary research: framing and reframing2009
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Interdisciplinary research: Framing and reframing2009
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
Conservation in context: A view from below - implementation of conservation policies on the North York Moors2008
Dr Mitchell Ness
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Emeritus Professor Christopher Ritson
Dr Mary Brennan
Dr Eric Ruto
et al.
Improvement of Food Quality and Safety in the European Organic and “Low Input” Supply Chain2008
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Rural gender relations issues and case studies2007
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Rethinking the European countryside-can we learn from the South?2006
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
The relationship between consumption and production: conceptualizing well-being inside the household2006
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
'What do you mean?' The importance of language in developing interdisciplinary research2006
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
A capabilities approach to sustainable household livelihoods2003
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Dr Susan Baines
Getting by with a little help from your family: Toward a policy-relevant model of the household2003
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
Dr Susan Baines
Micro-businesses and social inclusion in rural households: A comparative analysis2003
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
The household as a focus for research2003
Dr Susan Baines
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
Elisabet Ljunggren
Work and employment in rural, non-farming micro-businesses: a return to old ways of working?2003
Dr Susan Baines
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
A household based approach to the small business family2002
Dr Susan Baines
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
A household based approach to the small family business2002
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
The household in the economy2001
Emeritus Professor Jane Wheelock
Dr Elizabeth Oughton
The household as a focus for research1996