Centre for Higher Education Research (CHER)
The St Andrews Centre for Higher Education Research currently consists of staff across 17 Schools and six central University units. The Centre aims to facilitate cross-departmental collaboration in higher education research. CHER brings together staff interested in conducting evidence-based higher education research to inform local, national and international policy and practice, and to promote a reflective, analytical view of Higher Education activities.
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(2017-01-10) - Journal articleDistance sampling and capture–recapture are the two most widely used wildlife abundance estimation methods. capture–recapture methods have only recently incorporated models for spatial distribution and there is an increasing ...
Highly efficient synthesis of LTA-type aluminophosphate molecular sieve by improved ionothermal method (2016-03-01) - Journal articleLTA-type aluminophosphate molecular sieve has been successfully synthesized by improvedionothermal method from a gel containing low-dosage ionic liquids. The optimum syntheticconditions of this material are refined. The ...
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(2016-12-07) - Journal articleWe consider a system of non-interacting fermions in one dimension subject to a single-particle potential consisting of (a) a strong optical lattice, (b) a harmonic trap, and (c) uncorrelated on-sited is order. After a ...
(2016-12-01) - Journal article1 . Global amphibian declines have resulted in a vital need for monitoring programmes that follow population trends. Monitoring using advertisement calls is ideal as choruses are undisturbed during data collection. However, ...