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    Summary of policy discussion document: towards open data for agricultural transformation in Ghana
    Nel, Jeanne ; Msengezi, C. ; Lokers, R.M. ; Miguel Ayala, L. ; Addison, C.M. ; Janssen, S.J.C. ; Croque, S. - \ 2019
    Ghana : Ministry of Food and Agriculture
    This is a summary of a policy discussion document that was prepared under the leadership of the e-Agriculture Unit of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA) in Ghana. The process was facilitated by the Dutch Ministry of Land, Nature and Food Safety(LNV), with participation of national experts from Ghana, and coordinating consultants from Wageningen University Research (WeNR)and CTA, The Netherlands.
    Policy Discussion Document:Towards Open Data for Agricultural Transformationin Ghana
    Nel, Jeanne ; Msengezi, C. ; Lokers, R.M. ; Miguel Ayala, L. ; Addison, C.M. ; Janssen, S.J.C. ; Croque, S.R.R. - \ 2019
    - 68 p.
    Encouraging Students’ Pro-environmental Behaviour: Examining the Interplay Between Student Characteristics and the Situational Strength of Schools
    Runhaar, P.R. ; Wagenaar, K. ; Wesselink, R. ; Runhaar, H. - \ 2019
    Journal of Education for Sustainable Development 13 (2019)1. - ISSN 0973-4082 - p. 45 - 66.
    The goal of this article is to understand how the pro-environmental behaviour (PEB) of secondary school students can be encouraged. In an exploratory study, we examine to what extent pro-environmental cues—that is, ‘situational strength’ (Mischel, Psychological Review, 80(4):252, 1973)—were present in schools and whether students in ‘stronger’ situations reported higher levels of PEB than students in ‘weaker’ ones. Moreover, we examined relationships between student characteristics—gender, perceived behavioural control (PBC), pro-environmental attitudes (PEA) and intentions (Fishbein & Ajzen, Belief, attitudes, intention, and behavior. An introduction to theory and research. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1975)—and their PEB. A sequential mixed method was used, utilizing data from three Dutch secondary schools. Survey data covering 179 students showed relationships among students’ gender, PEA and intentions, and PEB. Qualitative data—derived from semi-structured interviews with staff members, structured assignments for students and observations—showed differences in situational strength between the schools. Moreover, the data suggest an interplay between student characteristics and situational strength in affecting PEB.
    Remittances and Financial Inclusion in Development
    Lensink, B.W. ; Toxopeus, H.S. - \ 2008
    In: Development Finance in the Global Economy: The Road Ahead / Addison, T., Mavratos, G., Palgrave Macmillan (Studies in Development Economics and Policy ) - ISBN 9780230202481 - p. 236 - 263.
    Tufted puffins (Fratercula cirrhata) respond to predation danger during colony approach flights
    Addison, B. ; Ydenberg, R.C. ; Smith, B.D. - \ 2007
    The Auk : a quarterly journal of ornithology 124 (2007)1. - ISSN 0004-8038 - p. 63 - 70.
    atlantic puffins - risk - arctica - birds - gulls - size
    In spite of their putative importance in the evolution of certain traits (e.g., nocturnality, coloniality, cliff nesting), the effects of aerial predators on behavior of adult seabirds at colonies have been poorly investigated. We hypothesized that Tufted Puffins (Fratercula cirrhata) respond to danger posed by aerial predators by modifying their behavior to mitigate danger. We observed Tufted Puffins making repeated colony fly-ins and departures and characterized (1) the timing of this behavior, (2) the activity rate (number of birds arriving or departing), and (3) the risk-level of activity, with respect to predation danger posed by Bald Eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) and Peregrine Falcons (Falco peregrinus). As we predicted, we found that Tufted Puffins (1) dilute danger by synchronizing their fly-in and departure activities, (2) reduce fly-in and departure activity rates when predators are present, and (3) switch to lower-risk fly-in activities (e.g., staying over water where they have an escape route from an aerial attack) when predators are present.
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    Besemer, H.A. ; Addison, C.M. - \ 1999
    In: The role of information in decision making in agricultural research and practice. Proceedings IAALD Conference, June 2-5, 1998 Freising, Gemany. IAALD Quarterly Bulletin 44 (1999) 1/2 - p. 13 - 14.
    Leen, A.R. - \ 1993
    In: Recht en economie - p. 125 - 159.
    Hoofdstuk 4: Produktaansprakelijkheid.
    Leen, A.R. - \ 1992
    In: Recht en economie / Theeuwes, J.J.M., - p. 125 - 159.
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