Dr Mariecia Fraser

PhD

Dr Mariecia Fraser

Reader in Upland Agroecosystems

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Research

Grazing ecologist specialising in management of upland systems. Research interests include: species and breed differences in diet selection and ingestive behaviour, conservation grazing, nutrient supply from fresh and ensiled forages, greenhouse gas emissions from grazing animals, and the bio-energy potential of semi-natural grasslands.

Publications

Agroforestry systems in northern Spain: the role of land management and socio-economy in the dynamics of landscapesGonzalez Diaz, J. A., Celaya, R., Fraser, M., Osoro, K., Ferreira, L. M. M., Fernandez Garcia, F., Gonzalez Diaz, B. & Rosa Garcia, R., 2018 , Agroforestry: Anecdotal to Modern Science. Dagar, J. C. & Tewari, V. P. (eds.). Springer Nature, p. 189-21615 p.
Upland resource reserve 2050Fraser, M., 2018 , Touchstone - the Journal for Architecture in Wales, 2018, p. 91 p.
Mixed-species grazing management to improve sustainability and biodiversityFraser, M. & García, R. R., 2018 , In : Scientific and Technical Review.37, 1, p. 247-25710 p.
The benefits of introducing cattle into sheep-only upland systemsFraser, M. & Vale, J., 2018 .
The impact on sheep performance of incorporating daffodil production within grazed upland permanent pastureVallin, H., Fraser, M., Davies, J. R. T. & Rowlands, G. E., 2018 , Sustainable meat and milk production from grasslands.
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