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  • Constraining ecosystem processes from tower fluxes and atmospheric profiles 

    Hill, T. C.; Williams, M.; Woodward, F. I.; Moncrieff, J. B. (2011-07) - Journal article
    The planetary boundary layer (PBL) provides an important link between the scales and processes resolved by global atmospheric sampling/modeling and site-based flux measurements. The PBL is in direct contact with the land ...
  • The determinants of corporate growth 

    Rosique, Francisco (University of St Andrews, 2010-06-23) - Thesis
    Corporate growth is a concept that has been widely treated in a specific way or as part of strategy theories, in definition and in econometric models and has also been studied in many different aspects and approaches. The ...
  • The influence of water motion on the growth rate of the kelp Laminaria digitata 

    Kregting, Louise; Blight, Andrew J.; Elsäßer, Björn; Savidge, Graham (2016-03-02) - Journal article
    The shallow water kelp Laminaria digitata, abundant in coastal zones of the North Atlantic, is exposed to a range of hydrodynamic environments that makes it ideal for assessing the role of water motion on their growth rate. ...
  • Productivity trends in the Thai manufacturing sector: the pre- and post-crisis evidence relating to the 1997 economic crisis 

    Arunsawadiwong, Suwannee (University of St Andrews, 2007-07-13) - Thesis
    The principal aim of this thesis is to examine the validity of the claim that low productivity led to a decline in Thailand’s competitiveness, and hence, to the 1997 economic crisis. For a decade from 1985 to 1995, Thailand ...