A range of resources including reports, policy briefs and research publications have been produced by projects supported by or linked to YESI.

Project outputs

Integrating knowledge for food systems resilience (IKnowFood) (Read more)
All research outputs

Food fraud project (Read more)
Tse, Y. K., Zhang, M., Doherty, B., Chappell, P., & Garnett, P., 2016. Insight from the horsemeat scandal: exploring the consumers’ opinion of tweets toward Tesco. Industrial Management & Data Systems, 116(6), 1178-1200.

Chappell, P. J., Tse, Y. K., Zhang, M., & Moore, S. R. (2017). Using GPS geo-tagged social media data and geodemographics to investigate social differences: A Twitter pilot study. Sociological Research Online, 22(3), 38-56- Was awarded the 2018 Sociological Research Online SAGE Prize for Innovation and/or Excellence.

Tse, Y. K., Loh, H., Ding, J., & Zhang, M. (2018). An investigation of social media data during a product recall scandal. Enterprise Information Systems (Accepted, Forthcoming 2018)

Resilient Food Systems (Read more)
Policy brief 1 (PDF , 1,531kb)

Policy brief 2 (PDF , 1,086kb)

Policy brief 3 (PDF , 1,204kb)

Policy brief 4 (PDF , 1,072kb)

Policy brief 5 (PDF , 1,123kb)

Resilient rice (Read more)
Singh, K.S., McClean, C.J., Buker, P., Hartley, S., Hill, J.K., 2017. Mapping regional risks from climate change for rainfed rice cultivation in India. Agricultural Systems. 156, 76-84.

Barik, M., Dash, SK., Padhi, S., Swain, P., 2017. Effect of drought on morpho-physiological, yield and yield traits of chromosome segment substitution lines (CSSLs) derived from wild species of rice. ORYZA- An International Journal on Rice. 54(1), 65-72.

Green, H., Broun, P., Cakmak, I. et al. 2016. Planting seeds for the future of food. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 96(5), 1409-1414.

Barik, M., Dash, SK., Padhi, S., Swain, P., 2017. Effect of drought on morpho-physiological, yield and yield traits of chromosome segment substitution lines (CSSLs) derived from wild species of rice. ORYZA- An International Journal on Rice. 54(1), 65-72.

Centre for the Evaluation of Complexity Across the Nexus (CECAN) (Read more)
All research outputs 

Additional resources

Brexit agri-environment policy brief (PDF , 657kb)

Brexit fisheries policy brief (PDF , 1,433kb)

Bryce D. Stewart,  Charlotte Burns,  Adam P. Hejnowicz, Viviane Gravey,  Bethan C. O’Leary,  Kevin Hicks,  Fay M. Farstad &  Sue E. Hartley, 2019. Making Brexit work for the environment and livelihoods: Delivering a stakeholder informed vision for agriculture and fisheries

Food policy brief (PDF , 5,162kb)

Project outputs

Socially and Environmentally Sustainable Oil Palm Research (SEnSOR) (Read more)
All research outputs

Assessing the risks and opportunities for species in England as a result of climate change (Read more)
Andrew J. Suggitt, Robert J. Wilson, Nick J. B. Isaac, Colin M. Beale, Alistair G. Auffret, Tom August, Jonathan J. Bennie, Humphrey Q. P. Crick, Simon Duffield, Richard Fox, John J. Hopkins, Nicholas A. Macgregor, Mike D. Morecroft, Kevin J. Walker & Ilya M. D. Maclean, 2018. Extinction risk from climate change is reduced by microclimatic buffering. Nature Climate Change. 8, 713-717.

James W.Pearce-Higgins, Colin M.Beale, Tom H.Oliver, Tom A.August, Matthew Carroll, Dario Massimino, Nancy Ockendon, Joanne Savage, Christopher J.Wheatley, Malcolm A.Ausden, Richard B.Bradbury, Simon J.Duffield, Nicholas A.Macgregor, Colin J.McClean, Michael D.Morecrof, Chris D.Thomas, OllyWatts, Björn C.Beckmann…Humphrey Q.P.Crick, 2017. A national-scale assessment of climate change impacts on species: Assessing the balance of risks and opportunities for multiple taxa. Biological Conservation. 213, 124-134.

SkyLine2D (Read more)
Krelying, J., Schweiger, A.H., Bahn, M. et al. 2018. To replicate, or not to replicate – that is the question: how to tackle nonlinear responses in ecological experiments. Ecology Letters. 21(11).

Keane, B.J., Ineson, P., Vallack, H.W. et al. 2017. Greenhouse gas emissions from the energy crop oilseed rape (Brassica napus); the role of photosynthetically active radiation in diurnal N2O flux variation. GCB Bioenergy. 10(5).

Serengeti fire project (Read more)
Probert, J.R., Parr, C.L., Holdo, R.M. et al, 2019. Anthropogenic modifications to fire regimes in the wider Serengeti‐Mara ecosystem. Global Change Biology.

Tropical Peatland Restoration (Read more)
Crowson, M., Warren-Thomas, E., Hill, J.K. et al. 2018. A comparison of satellite remote sensing data fusion methods to map peat swamp forest loss in Sumatra, Indonesia. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation

Hill, J.K., Warren-Thomas, E. et al. 2020. Improving the accuracy of land cover classification in cloud persistent areas using optical and radar satellite image time series

Hill, J.H., Warren-Thomas, E., McClean, C. et al, 2020. Wading through the swamp: what does tropical peatland restoration mean to national-level stakeholders in Indonesia?

Evolutionary limits: the velocity of evolutionary responses of species to ecological change; testing adaptive limits in time and space (Read more)
Macgregor, C.J., Thomas, C.D, Hill, J.K. et al 2019. Climate-induced phenology shifts linked to range expansions in species with multiple reproductive cycles per year

Philip J. Platts, Jane K. Hill et al. Habitat availability explains variation in climate-driven range shifts across multiple taxonomic groups

Additional resources

Policy brief 1-AFERIA project (PDF , 7,711kb)

Policy brief 2-AFERIA project (PDF , 4,701kb)

“Insectageddon”: A call for more robust data and rigorous analyses- C. Thomas, T.H. Jones and S.E.Hartley