Items where Author is "Randall, N.P."

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Konno, K., Cheng, S.H., Eales, J., Frampton, G., Kohl, C., Livoreil, B., Macura, B., O’Leary, B.C., Randall, N.P., Taylor, J.J., Woodcock, P. and Pullin, A.S. (2020) The CEEDER database of evidence reviews: an open-access evidence service for researchers and decision-makers. Environmental Science & Policy, 114. pp. 256-262.

Whaley, P., Aiassa, E., Beausoleil, C., Beronius, A., Bilotta, G., Boobis, A., de Vries, R., Hanberg, A., Hoffmann, S., Hunt, N., Kwiatkowski, C.F., Lam, J., Lipworth, S., Martin, O., Randall, N.P., Rhomberg, L., Rooney, A. A., Schünemann, H.J., Wikoff, D., Wolffe, T. and Halsall, C. (2020) Recommendations for the conduct of systematic reviews in toxicology and environmental health research (COSTER). Environment International, 143 (105926).

Collins, A.M., Haddaway, N.R., Macura, B., Thomas, J., Randall, N.P., Taylor, J.J., Cooke, S. and Gilbert, A. (2019) What are the impacts of within-field farmland management practices on the flux of greenhouse gases from arable cropland in temperate regions? A systematic map protocol. Environmental Evidence, 8 (1).

Aronson, J.K., Barends, E., Boruch, R., Brennan, M., Chalmers, I., Chislett, J., Cunliffe-Jones, P., Dahlgren, A., Gaarder, M., Haines, A., Heneghan, C., Matthews, R., Maynard, B., Oxman, A.D., Oxman, M., Pullin, A., Randall, N.P., Roddam, H., Schoonees, A., Sharples, J., Stewart, R., Stott, J., Tallis, R., Thomas, N. and Vale, L. (2019) Key concepts for making informed choices. Nature, 572 (7769). pp. 303-306.

Cresswell, C.J., Cunningham, H.M., Wilcox, A.J. and Randall, N.P. (2019) A trait‐based approach to plant species selection to increase functionality of farmland vegetative strips. Ecology and Evolution.

Collins, A.M., Coughlin, D. and Randall, N.P. (2019) Engaging environmental policy-makers with systematic reviews: challenges, solutions and lessons learned. Environmental Evidence, 8 (1).

Norris, S.L., Blackshaw, R.P., Critchley, C.N.R., Dunn, R.M., Smith, K.E., Williams, J., Randall, N.P. and Murray, P.J. (2017) Intercropping flowering plants in maize systems increases pollinator diversity. Agricultural and Forest Entomology.

Blowers, C.J., Cunningham, H.M., Wilcox, A.J. and Randall, N.P. (2017) What specific plant traits support ecosystem services such as pollination, bio-control and water quality protection in temperate climates? A systematic map protocol. Environmental Evidence, 6 (1).

James, K.L., Randall, N.P., Walters, K.F.A., Haddaway, N.R. and Land, M. (2016) Evidence for the effects of neonicotinoids used in arable crop production on non-target organisms and concentrations of residues in relevant matrices: a systematic map protocol. Environmental Evidence, 5 (1).

Norris, S.L., Blackshaw, R.P., Dunn, R.M., Critchley, N.R., Smith, K.E., Williams, J.R., Randall, N.P. and Murray, P.J. (2016) Improving above and below-ground arthropod biodiversity in maize cultivation systems. Applied Soil Ecology, 108. pp. 25-46.

James, K.L., Randall, N.P. and Haddaway, N.R. (2016) A methodology for systematic mapping in environmental sciences. Environmental Evidence, 5 (1).

Randall, N.P., Donnison, L.M., Lewis, P.J. and James, K.L. (2015) How effective are on-farm mitigation measures for delivering an improved water environment? A systematic map. Environmental Evidence, 4 (1).

Randall, N.P. and James, K.L. (2012) The effectiveness of integrated farm management, organic farming and agri-environmental schemes for conserving biodiversity in temperate Europe - a systematic map. Environmental Evidence, 1 (4). pp. 1-21.

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