Dominic Moran mostly deals with Agriculture, Agricultural economics, Livestock, Environmental economics and Natural resource economics. He has researched Agriculture in several fields, including Agronomy, Crop, Climate change and Greenhouse gas. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Tonne and Public good.
Dominic Moran works mostly in the field of Agricultural economics, limiting it down to topics relating to Food security and, in certain cases, Biomass, Toxicology, Agricultural productivity and Population growth. His Food waste research extends to the thematically linked field of Livestock. Dominic Moran has researched Natural resource economics in several fields, including Existence value, Marine conservation, Biodiversity and Environmental studies.
Dominic Moran mainly focuses on Agriculture, Greenhouse gas, Natural resource economics, Climate change and Environmental planning. His Agriculture study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Livestock, Land use and Agricultural economics. His Agricultural economics study incorporates themes from Biomass, Energy crop and Crop.
In his research on the topic of Greenhouse gas, Agricultural science is strongly related with Soil carbon. His Natural resource economics research includes themes of Carbon dioxide equivalent, Climate change mitigation, Best practice, Productivity and Opportunity cost. His research on Climate change also deals with topics like
His scientific interests lie mostly in Agriculture, Livestock, Greenhouse gas, Climate change and Natural resource economics. The study of Agriculture is intertwined with the study of Agricultural economics in a number of ways. His Livestock research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Endangered species, Land use, Agricultural science, Marginal cost and Food waste.
His Greenhouse gas research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cover crop, Production and Soil water. His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cost–benefit analysis, Forestry and Environmental resource management. His studies in Natural resource economics integrate themes in fields like Deforestation, Marginal abatement cost and Ex situ conservation.
His primary areas of study are Agriculture, Livestock, Climate change, Environmental resource management and Deforestation. His studies deal with areas such as Life-cycle assessment and Soil carbon as well as Agriculture. The concepts of his Livestock study are interwoven with issues in Agricultural economics, Land use, Agricultural science, Biomass and Food waste.
Dominic Moran works mostly in the field of Land use, limiting it down to concerns involving Cultured meat and, occasionally, Agricultural land. While the research belongs to areas of Climate change, Dominic Moran spends his time largely on the problem of Greenhouse gas, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Production. The study incorporates disciplines such as Carbon sequestration and Agroforestry in addition to Deforestation.
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The Economic Value of Biodiversity
David W. Pearce;Dominic Moran.
Total economic value of forests in Mexico
Adger N;Brown K;Cervigni R;Moran D.
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment (1995)
Losses, inefficiencies and waste in the global food system.
What does the public want from agriculture and the countryside? A review of evidence and methods
Alistair McVittie;Dominic Moran.
Journal of Rural Studies (2004)
Economic Values and the Environment in the Developing World
Stavros Georgiou;Dale Whittington;David W. Pearce;Dominic Moran.
Developing breeding schemes to assist mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions.
E Wall;Geoff Simm;D Moran.
Drivers for global agricultural land use change: The nexus of diet, population, yield and bioenergy
Peter Alexander;Peter Alexander;Mark D.A. Rounsevell;Claudia Dislich;Claudia Dislich;Jennifer R. Dodson.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2015)
Impact of the FTSE4Good Index on firm price: An event study
M. Martin Curran;Dominic Moran.
Journal of Environmental Management (2007)
Spatial economic valuation : Benefits transfer using geographical information systems
Jeremy D.O. Eade;Dominic Moran.
Journal of Environmental Management (1996)
Developing greenhouse gas marginal abatement cost curves for agricultural emissions from crops and soils in the UK
Michael MacLeod;Dominic Moran;Vera Eory;R.M. Rees.
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