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Frances Sandison

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Information and Computational Sciences
Information and Computational Sciences
Life Cycle Analyst
frances.sandison@hutton.ac.uk
+44 (0)344 928 5428 (*)
 

Bibliography

  • Sandison, F.; Yeluripati, J.; Stewart, D. (2023) Does green vertical farming offer a sustainable alternative to conventional methods of production?: A case study from Scotland, Food and Energy Security, 12(2), Art. E438
  • Sandison, F.; Yeluripati, J. (2023) Life cycle analysis of agriculture commodities and potential towards net zero Deliverable 51 for the Project C21 Towards Carbon Positive Through Improved Farming (TRANSITION), Report submitted to RESAS for the project C2-1 WP5.
  • Sandison, F.; Yeluripati, J. (2023) Assessing Scotland’s crop related food and drink sector Deliverable 211 for RESAS Project B51 REACT, Report submitted to RESAS.
  • Baggaley, N.; Britton, A.; Sandison, F.; Lilly, A.; Stutter, M.; Rees, RM.; Reed, M.; Buckingham , S. (2022) Understanding carbon sequestration from nature-based solutions, ClimateXChange Report 2022
  • Baggaley, N.; Britton, A.; Sandison, F.; Lilly, A.; Stutter, M.; Rees, R.M.; Reed, M.; Bukingham, S. (2022) Understanding carbon sequestration from nature-based solutions, ClimateXChange Report.
  • Piras, S.; Engelmann, T.; Somervail, P.; Maclean, L.; Koseoglu, N.; Sandison, F.; Kapour, G.; Pietrangeli, R.; Nasso, M. (2022) D41 Protocol for the stakeholder dialogue - fish, H2020 Lowinfood deliverable
  • Sandison, F.; Stewart, D.; Yeluripati, J. (2021) A comparison of impacts: lettuce production, PAWSA report

  • Sandison, F.; Yeluripati, J. (2023) Life cycle analysis of agriculture commodities and potential towards net zero Deliverable 51 for the Project C21 Towards Carbon Positive Through Improved Farming (TRANSITION), Report submitted to RESAS for the project C2-1 WP5.
  • Sandison, F.; Yeluripati, J. (2023) Assessing Scotland’s crop related food and drink sector Deliverable 211 for RESAS Project B51 REACT, Report submitted to RESAS.
  • Baggaley, N.; Britton, A.; Sandison, F.; Lilly, A.; Stutter, M.; Rees, RM.; Reed, M.; Buckingham , S. (2022) Understanding carbon sequestration from nature-based solutions, ClimateXChange Report 2022
  • Baggaley, N.; Britton, A.; Sandison, F.; Lilly, A.; Stutter, M.; Rees, R.M.; Reed, M.; Bukingham, S. (2022) Understanding carbon sequestration from nature-based solutions, ClimateXChange Report.
  • Piras, S.; Engelmann, T.; Somervail, P.; Maclean, L.; Koseoglu, N.; Sandison, F.; Kapour, G.; Pietrangeli, R.; Nasso, M. (2022) D41 Protocol for the stakeholder dialogue - fish, H2020 Lowinfood deliverable
  • Sandison, F.; Stewart, D.; Yeluripati, J. (2021) A comparison of impacts: lettuce production, PAWSA report

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