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Literature references

Livestock in Europe : typology and performances analysis

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Sustainability of livestock systems

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  • Herrero, M. et al. 2010. Smart investments in sustainable food production: revisiting mixed crop-livestock systems, Science, 327 : 822 – 825.
  • Hönigová, I. et al. Survey on grassland ecosystem services, Report to the EEA – European Topic Centre on Biological Diversity. Prague: Nature Conservation Agency of the Czech Republic, 2012. pp 78.
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Feed & food

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  • Wilkinson, J.M. 2011. Re-defining efficiency of feed use by livestock, Animal, 5(7) : 1014–1022.

Developing scenarios, evaluating farming systems

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  • Laurans, Y. et al. 2013. Use of ecosystem services economic valuation for decision making: Questioning a literature blindspot, Journal of Environmental Management, 119 : 208-219.
  • Vanwindekens, F. 2013. Development of a broadened cognitive mapping approach for analysing systems of practices in social–ecological systems, Ecological Modelling, 250 : 352– 362.

Modelling

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  • Lengers, B. et al. 2014. What Drives Marginal Abatement Costs of Greenhouse Gases on Dairy Farms? A Meta‐modelling Approach, Journal of Agricultural Economics, 65(3): 579–599.
  • Troost, C. and Thomas B. 2014. Dealing with uncertainty in agent-based simulation: farm-level modeling of adaptation to climate change in Southwest Germany, American Journal of Agricultural Economics aau076.