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Kit (C.J.A.) Macleod Integrative catchment research in support of solutions that provide multiple benefits


The Strategy will help‌result in the changes we want: - Delivering multiple benefits - Partnerships with nature - Linking people with the land


Advances in Agronomy, Vol. 109, 2010, pp. 117-154.


Sabine Peukert, Exeter


Broad and shallow… 210 options 23 benefits 4646 ‘potential’ benefits 18 option rules 421 specific benefit rules 17 experts (researchers)


Annual recurrent agri-environment options to mitigate flood risk Creation or management of grass buffers in arable fields Creation or management of riparian buffers in permanent grassland fields Converting arable at risk of flooding or erosion to grassland Floodplain management Management of species rich grassland and wetland habitats Management and restoration of lowland raised bogs Buffer areas for lowland raised bogs and fens Restoration of intertidal habitats Hedgerow restoration and management Moorland management

SRDP targeting steering group (ongoing)


Supply of online environmental information to unknown demand: The importance of interpretation and liability related to a national network of river level data. Arts et al. Scottish Geographical Journal


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