Rapid adaptive modelling for policy support towards achieving Sustainable Development Goals: Brexit and the livestock sector in Wales
Author(s): Thomas, A., Cosby, B.J., Gooday, R., Lyons, H., Siriwardena, G., Kettel, E., Matthews, D., Beauchamp, K., Petr, M. & Emmet, B.A.
Published: August 2021
Publisher: Elsevier Pages: 11pp
Journal: Environmental Science & Policy Volume: 125
Digital Identifier No. (DOI): 10.1016/j.envsci.2021.08.009
NotesThis research was supported by the Environment and Rural Affairs Monitoring & Modelling Programme (ERAMMP)(Welsh Government Contract C210/2016/2017), by the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (Projects: 06297&06810 ref. ERAMMP-80) and by national-capability funding provided by UKRI/NERC (UKCEH ref: 07067). We thank the Welsh Government and the ERAMMP team for their contributions. In particular, we acknowledge and thank Welsh Government specialists for their support and contribution to this paper: James Skates, Ann Humble & Ken Stebbings.
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