Claire Horrocks

NameClaire Horrocks
Email addressclaire.horrocks@rothamsted.ac.uk
DepartmentSustainable Agriculture Sciences North Wyke
Research clusterSAS-NW: Atmospheric Emissions and Mitigation
Preferred citationHorrocks, C. A.
OfficeNorth Wyke

Research outputs

Can species-rich grasslands be established on former intensively managed arable soils?

Horrocks, C. A., Heal, K. V., Harvie, B., Tallowin, J. R. B., Cardenas, L. M. and Dungait, J. A. J. 2016. Can species-rich grasslands be established on former intensively managed arable soils? Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 217, pp. 59-67.

Comparing N2O fluxes from recently created extensive grasslands and sites remaining under intensive agricultural management

Horrocks, C. A., Dungait, J. A. J., Heal, K. V. and Cardenas, L. M. 2015. Comparing N2O fluxes from recently created extensive grasslands and sites remaining under intensive agricultural management. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 199, pp. 77-84.

Does extensification lead to enhanced provision of ecosystem services from soils in UK agriculture

Horrocks, C. A., Dungait, J. A. J., Cardenas, L. M. and Heal, K. V. 2014. Does extensification lead to enhanced provision of ecosystem services from soils in UK agriculture. Land Use Policy. 38, pp. 123-128.

The legacy of intensive agriculture: implications for ecosystem service provision from agri-environment schemes

Horrocks, C. A., Heal, K. V., Cardenas, L. M., Pilgrim, E. S. and Harvie, B. 2012. The legacy of intensive agriculture: implications for ecosystem service provision from agri-environment schemes. Abstracts SAC and SEPA Biennial Conference, Edinburgh, 3-4 April 2012 .