Reports, technical notes and policy briefs
Food and feed safety vulnerabilities in the circular economy. James K., Millington, A., Randall, N. (2022) EFSA supporting publication 2022:EN-7226
Principles and framework for assessing the risk of bias for studies included in comparative quantitative environmental systematic reviews. Frampton, G.K., Whaley, P., Bennett, M., Bilotta, G., Dorne, J-L. C.M., Eales, J., James, K., Kohl, C., Land, M., Livoreil, B., Makowski, D., Muchiri, E., Petrokofsky, G., Randall, N., Schofield, K. (2022) Environmental Evidence 11:12
Updating and amending systematic reviews and systematic maps in environmental management. Bayliss, H.R., Haddaway, N.R., Eales, J., Frampton, G.K., James, K.L. (2016) Environmental Evidence 5:20.
A methodology for systematic mapping in environmental sciences. James, K. L., Randall, N.P., Haddaway, N.R. (2016) Environmental Evidence 5:7.
The effects of training, innovation and new technology on African smallholder farmers' economic outcomes and food security: A systematic review. Stewart, R. et al. (2015) The Campbell Library- International Development Group 11 (16).
How effective are on-farm mitigation measures for delivering an improved water environment? A systematic map. Randall, N.P. et al. (2015) Environmental Evidence 4:18.
Farmland Conservation: Evidence for the effects of interventions in northern and western Europe.Dicks, L.V. et al. (2014) Exeter: Pelagic Publishing.
The effectiveness of integrated farm management, organic farming and agri-environment schemes for conserving biodiversity in temperate Europe. A systematic map. Randall, N.P. and James, K.L. (2012) Environmental Evidence 1:4