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Mahmoud Hashemi

Mahmoud is a Biology and Society Ph.D. student (Ecology, Economics, and Ethics of the Environment (4E) track) in the School of Life Sciences, mentored by Dr. Ann Kinzig. Broadly speaking, he is interested in exploring the relationship between environment and development, and its implications for resilience, vulnerability, and sustainability of food systems and farmers in Iran. In his work, he considers and integrates social and ecological (sub) systems at local, regional, and national scales.

Publications

Hashemi, Seyyed Mahmoud, Rajinder Peshin, and Giuseppe Feola. (2014) From the Farmersí Perspective: Pesticide Use and Pest Control. In Integrated Pest Management, pp. 409-432. Springer Netherlands.

Hashemi, Seyyed Mahmoud, Reza Rostami, Mohammad Kazem Hashemi, and Christos A. Damalas. (2012) Pesticide use and risk perceptions among farmers in southwest Iran. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal 18, 2: 456-470.

Hashemi, Seyyed Mahmoud, Seyed Mahmood Hosseini, and Mohammad Kazem Hashemi. (2012) Farmersí perceptions of safe use of pesticides: determinants and training needs. International archives of occupational and environmental health 85, 1: 57-66.

Hashemi, Seyyed Mahmoud, and Yousef Hedjazi. (2011) Factors affecting membersí evaluation of agri-business venturesí effectiveness. Evaluation and program planning 34, 1: 51-59.

Hashemi, Seyyed Mahmoud, and Christos A. Damalas. (2010) Farmers' perceptions of pesticide efficacy: reflections on the importance of pest management practices adoption. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 35, 1: 69-85.

Damalas Christos A, and Seyyed Mahmoud Hashemi. (2010) Pesticide risk perception and use of personal protective equipment among young and old cotton growers in northern Greece. Agrociencia 44, 3: 363-371.

Hashemi, Seyyed Mahmoud, Seyed Mahmood Hosseini, and Christos A. Damalas. (2009) Farmers' competence and training needs on pest management practices: Participation in extension workshops. Crop Protection 28, 11: 934-939.

Hashemi, Seyyed Mahmoud, Muhammad Mokhtarnia, J. Mark Erbaugh, and Ali Asadi. (2008) Potential of extension workshops to change farmers' knowledge and awareness of IPM." Science of the total environment 407, 1: 84-88.