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  • Can methods applied in medicine be used to summarize and disseminate conservation research? 

    Fazey, Ioan Raymond Albert; Salisbury, J G; Lindenmayer, D B; Maindonald, J; Douglas, R (2004-09) - Journal article
    To ensure that the best scientific evidence is available to guide conservation action, effective mechanisms for communicating the results of research are necessary. In medicine, an evidence-based approach assists doctors ...
  • Home: the celebratory opening of the Kelpies at Helix Park, Falkirk 

    Warden, Claire (The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, 2014-06-13) - Journal article
    At the heart of Falkirk’s new Helix park, a reinvented green space to the west of Grangemouth oil refinery, stand two thirty-metre high statues. They are horses’ (Kelpies’) heads, the first bowed in a submissive, calm ...
  • In the name of the tourist : landscape, heritage, and social change in Chinchero 

    Garcia, Pablo (University of St Andrews, 2015-11-30) - Thesis
    This thesis examines social change in the Quechua-speaking town of Chinchero (Peru), located 30 km away from the city of Cuzco. It does so by studying the conditions created by touristic development in the Region. It is ...
  • The theme and poetic function of space in Theodor Fontane's works 

    White, Michael James (University of St Andrews, 2010-06) - Thesis
    This thesis proposes a new view of space in Theodor Fontane’s writing as both a mode of literary expression and an object of literary inquiry: space serves a poetic function and is a thematic concern. The research draws ...
  • Women and nature in the works of French female novelists, 1789-1815 

    Margrave, Christie L. (University of St Andrews, 2015-06-25) - Thesis
    On account of their supposed link to nature, women in post-revolutionary France were pigeonholed into a very restrictive sphere that centred around domesticity and submission to their male counterparts. Yet this thesis ...
  • Written into the landscape : Latin epic and the landmarks of literary reception 

    McIntyre, James Stuart (2009-06) - Thesis
    Landscape in Roman literature is manifest with symbolic potential: in particular, Vergil and Ovid respond to ideologically loaded representations of abundance in nature that signal the dawn of the Augustan golden age. ...