Warner BSc MSc PhD PIEMA FHEA
Senior Research fellow
Tel.: +44 (0)1707 286075
joined the Agriculture and the Environment Research Unit (AERU) as a
Research Fellow in July 2001. His main areas of interest are
agricultural greenhouse gas emissions and their mitigation, carbon
sequestration, integrated farm management and ecologically based
methods of pest control, precision agriculture and farmland
bio-diversity and conservation.
he has been involved in several
national and European projects undertaking carbon footprinting,
life-cycle analysis, and environmental impact and sustainability
assessments. Recent activities include the modelling of
explicit greenhouse gas emissions in European agricultural systems, and
their application for assessing the impact of European Rural
Development Programmes on greenhouse gas mitigation and the development
of carbon footprinting tools. Other experience includes the
the impact of insecticides on non-target organisms, herbicide dispersal
on hard surfaces in urban environments, ecological monitoring, applied
conservation habitat management and insect taxonomy.
Doug has a
BSc in Environmental Biology from the University of Sunderland, an MSc
in Crop Protection from the Scottish Agricultural College (University
of Aberdeen), and a PhD from the University of Hertfordshire in
collaboration with IACR-Rothamsted titled "The Potential of Carabidae
in the Control of Insect Pests of Winter Oilseed Rape". His Doctorate
studied naturally occurring beneficial insects as pest control agents
in winter oilseed rape and the implications for Integrated Pest
Management systems. Doug is also an IEMA (Institute of Environmental
Management and Assessment) Associate, and a Fellow of the
Higher Education Academy (HEA).
worked previously as a group leader with the British Trust for
Conservation Volunteers, a warden with English Nature and as an insect
taxonomist at IACR-Rothamsted.
- Measuring the extent to which greenhouse
gas emission savings achieved by Environmental Stewardship are
- OSCAR - Optimal Strategies for Climate
change Action in Rural areas
land carbon management plan for the
- Climate change mitigation potential of farms
in the EU: IMPACCT
urban weed management
Of Proposed NVZ Action Programme On Greenhouse Gas Emissions
(Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, 2007 - 2008)
into the current and potential climate change mitigation impacts of
environmental stewardship (Department for Environment, Food and Rural
Affairs, 2006 - 2007)
Optimisation in European Greenhouses - GREENERGY (European Union
Framework VI, 2005 - 2008)
Environmental Impact of Horticultural Practices in the EA's Southern
Region (Environment Agency, 2006)
of the UK Strawberry Crop (Department for Environment, Food and Rural
Affairs, 2003 - 2005)
Diversity in Agriculture: Temporal Flux, Sustainable Productivity and
Food Security 'GEDIFLUX' (European Union Framework V, 2004)
Investigation of Varietal Characteristics Required for Sustainable
Agriculture (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, 2003)
Strategies for European Rape Pests (MASTER) (European Union Framework
V, 2002 - 2005)
and Energy Impact Assessment for Sugar Beet Production Systems (British
Beet Research Organisation, 2001 - 2003)
Warner's extended publications
- Green, A., Lewis, K.A., Tzilivakis, J.
& Warner D.J. (In press). Agricultural climate change
mitigation: carbon calculators as a guide for decision making.
International Journal of Agricultrual Sustainability. In press.
A., Tzilivakis, J., Warner, D. & Lewis, K. (2017). Problems of
Benchmarking Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Dairy Agriculture. Benchmarking: An International Journal, 24(6):
J., Warner, D.J., Green, A. & Lewis, K.A. (2017). Spatial and
temporal variability of greenhouse gas emissions from rural development
land use operations. Mitigation and
Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 22(3):
D., Tzilivakis, J., Green, A. & Lewis, K. (2017). Ecological
Focus Areas and beneficial insect (Coleoptera: Carabidae) conservation
for pest control: habitat suitability and farm specific factors.
In: G. Begg, F. Bianchi, N. Birch, B. Gerowitt, J. Holland, D. Lupi, C.
Moonen, M. Ramsden & P. van Rijn (Eds.), Proceedings
of the 7th IOBC-WPRS
Working Group meeting on Landscape Management
for Functional Biodiversity (IOBC-WPRS Bulletin vol. 122).
Dundee (Scotland, UK), 29-31 March, 6-10.
D., Tzilivakis, J., Green, A. & Lewis, K. (2017).
Prioritising agri-environment options for greenhouse gas mitigation.
Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management,
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