Corpus ID: 132715003

Agriculture: Historical Statistics

  title={Agriculture: Historical Statistics},
  author={Philip Loft and Y. Zayed and P. Bolton and C. Baker},
Brexit, beef, and beans : a sustainable food-system approach for the UK
Influence of Cutting Date on Phenotypic Variation in Fatty Acid Concentrations of Perennial Ryegrass Genotypes from a Breeding Population
Breeding forages for increased fatty acid (FA) concentrations has the potential to improve the FA profile of ruminant products (meat and milk). Twenty perennial ryegrass genotypes from anExpand
Modelling historical landscape changes
Historical maps of land use/land cover (LULC) enable detection of landscape changes, and help to assess drivers and potential future trajectories. However, historical maps are often limited in theirExpand
The Survival of Traditional Dialect Lexis on the Participatory Web
ABSTRACT This article examines the extent to which “traditional” dialect lexis (TDL) attested in the Survey of English Dialects can be found in a contemporary online context virtually located in theExpand
Feeding a city - Leicester as a case study of the importance of allotments for horticultural production in the UK.
It is demonstrated that urban allotments make a small but important contribution to the fruit and vegetable diet of a UK city, however, further urban population expansion will exert increasing development pressure on allotment land. Expand
Ongoing, but slowing, habitat loss in a rural landscape over 85 years
Context Studies evaluating biodiversity loss and altered ecosystem services have tended to examine changes over the last few decades, despite the fact that land use change and its negative impactsExpand
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There are currently 3.16 million hectares of woodland cover in the United Kingdom. At a European scale, the UK is one of the countries with the lowest woodland cover, currently extending to only 13%Expand
The great reconfiguration : A comparative , socio-technical analysis of speeds and pathways in unfolding UK low-carbon transitions in electricity , mobility and agro-food systems
Greenhouse gas emissions in the UK decreased by 42% between 1990-2016 and are envisaged to decrease further. Low-carbon progress has been fastest in electricity, and much slower in mobility andExpand
Plant viruses and viroids in the United Kingdom: An analysis of first detections and novel discoveries from 1980 to 2014.
This review covers 35 years representing a period of changing land use and agricultural practices in the United Kingdom and an analysis of how the potential drivers of change such as commodity based research, trade, as well as the application of diagnostic technology, could have influenced the frequency and type of findings. Expand