Mr Sam Hollick
Environment Centre Wales,
- MSc: Agroforestry
- MSc: Physics
University of Oxford, 2008–2012
I'm interested in issues of agricultural sustainability and in particular the role of agroforestry in delivering towards social agendas including sustainable intensification and rural economic development. The current title of my PhD work is "Optimising landscape shelterbelts to sustainably increase farm livestock productivity."
My PhD research is funded by KESS2 East in partnership with the Woodland Trust.
- PublishedMicroclimate drives shelter-seeking behaviour in lambing ewes
Atkin-Willoughby, J., Hollick, S., Pritchard, C., Williams, P., Davies, P., Jones, D. & Smith, A., 12 Dec 2022, In: Forests. 13, 12, p. 2133
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review