Niall J Farrelly
Niall J Farrelly
Researcher in Forest Science, Teagasc, Ireland
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TitleCited byYear
Functional land management: A framework for managing soil-based ecosystem services for the sustainable intensification of agriculture
RPO Schulte, RE Creamer, T Donnellan, N Farrelly, R Fealy, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 38, 45-58, 2014
1162014
Modelling habitat conservation and participation in agri-environmental schemes: A spatial microsimulation approach
S Hynes, N Farrelly, E Murphy, C O'Donoghue
Ecological economics 66 (2-3), 258-269, 2008
542008
A marginal abatement cost curve for Irish agriculture
R Schulte, T Donnellan
Teagasc: Oak Park, Ireland, 2012
432012
An evaluation of the effect of greenhouse gas accounting methods on a marginal abatement cost curve for Irish agricultural greenhouse gas emissions
D O˘Brien, L Shalloo, P Crosson, T Donnellan, N Farrelly, J Finnan, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 39, 107-118, 2014
422014
Site index of Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis) in relation to different measures of site quality in Ireland
N Farrelly, ÁN Dhubháin, M Nieuwenhuis
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41 (2), 265-278, 2011
342011
The distribution and productivity of Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis) in Ireland in relation to site, soil and climatic factors
N Farrelly, A Ní Dhubháin, M Nieuwenhuis, J Grant
Irish Forestry 66 (1&2), 51-37, 2009
232009
Defining standard statistical coastal regions for Ireland
S Hynes, N Farrelly
Marine Policy 36 (2), 393-404, 2012
222012
The harvesting behaviour of Irish private forest owners
Á Ní Dhubháin, K Maguire, N Farrelly
Forest policy and economics 12 (7), 513-517, 2010
162010
The farm forest resource in Ireland: opportunities and challenges for rural development in Ireland
N Farrelly
Small-scale Forestry 6 (1), 49-64, 2007
152007
Sitka spruce site index in response to varying soil moisture and nutrients in three different climate regions in Ireland
N Farrelly, ÁN Dhubháin, M Nieuwenhuis
Forest Ecology and management 262 (12), 2199-2206, 2011
132011
The Irish Forest Soils project and its potential contribution to the assessment of biodiversity
M Loftus, M Bulfin, N Farrelly, R Fealy, S Green, R Meehan, T Radford
Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 151-164, 2002
122002
The potential economic returns of converting agricultural land to forestry: an analysis of system and soil effects from 1995 to 2009
V Upton, M Ryan, N Farrelly, C O'Donoghue
Society of Irish Foresters, 2013
112013
Farm and Farmer characteristics affecting the decision to plant forests in Ireland
M Howley, P. Hynes, S. O'Donoghue, C. Farrelly,N
Irish Forestry 69 (1&2), 33-43, 2012
11*2012
Modelling and mapping the potential productivity of Sitka spruce from site factors in Ireland
N Farrelly, ÁN Dhubháin, M Nieuwenhuis
Irish Forestry 68 (1&2), 23-40, 2011
112011
An Analysis of Abatement Potential of Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Irish Agriculture 2021-2030
GJ Lanigan, T Donnellan, K Hanrahan, C Paul, L Shalloo, D Krol, ...
Teagasc, Oak Park, Carlow. June 2018, 2018
102018
Carbon Neutrality as a horizon point for Irish Agriculture: a qualitative appraisal of potential pathways to 2050
RPO Schulte, T Donnellan, K Black, P Crosson, N Farrelly, R Fealy, ...
A report by the Teagasc Working Group on Greenhouse Gas Emissions. Oak Park …, 2013
92013
The harvesting behaviour of Irish private forest owners
ÁN Dhubháin, K Maguire, N Farrelly
Forest Policy and Economics 12 (7), 513-517, 2010
92010
The potential availability of land for afforestation in the Republic of Ireland.
N Farrelly, G Gallagher
Irish Forestry, 2015
82015
Disordered eating behaviour in young adults with type 1 diabetes mellitus
S Keane, M Clarke, M Murphy, D McGrath, D Smith, N Farrelly, S MacHale
Journal of eating disorders 6 (1), 9, 2018
62018
Exploring climate-smart land management for atlantic Europe
RPO Schulte, L O˘Sullivan, C Coyle, N Farrelly, C Gutzler, G Lanigan, ...
Agricultural & Environmental Letters 1 (1), 2016
62016
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