School of Geography & Sustainable Development
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(Oxford University Press, 2016-11) - Book item
Landscape structure indicators as a key feature in habitat selection : an operational approach to conservation planning (2013-08-01) - Journal article
(2018-01-05) - Journal articleThis paper is to be read as one half of a two-fold analysis of recent qualitative research on the housing aspirations of the people of Scotland, focusing specifically on the dimension of housing tenure. Moving beyond ...
Transfusing our lifeblood: reframing research impact through inter-disciplinary collaboration between health geography and nurse education (2016-11) - Journal articleGeographers have long grappled with how their research can positively impact individuals, communities and society. Demonstrating research impact is an increasingly important aspect of academic life internationally. In this ...
(2017-09-24) - Journal articleProduction of insect-pollinated crops typically relies on both pesticide use and pollination, leading to a potential conflict between these two inputs. In this paper we combine ecological modelling with economic analysis ...