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Peat initiation in the Faroe Islands : climate change, pedogenesis or human impact?
(2007-03) - Journal article,
As an isolated island group lying off the NW. European mainland which was uninhabited until the mid-first millennium AD, the Farces offer a unique opportunity to study natural processes of Holocene ecosystem development ...
Human impact on an island ecosystem : pollen data from Sandoy, Faroe Islands
(2008-06) - Journal article,
Aim To investigate the form and dynamics of ecosystems on an isolated island in the North Atlantic before human settlement in the first millennium AD, and the effects of human activities thereafter. Location The island of ...
Consumer acceptability of interventions to reduce Campylobacter in the poultry food chain
(2014-01) - Journal article,
Reducing human Campylobacter cases has become a priority for the UK Government. However the public’s views on acceptability of interventions to reduce Campylobacter in poultry production are poorly understood in the UK and ...
The anthropogenic influence on wildfire regimes : charcoal records from the Holocene and Last Interglacial at Ioannina, Greece
(2013-12) - Journal article,
Aim: To characterize the changing fire regime of a Mediterranean landscape during the Holocene and the Last Interglacial and, by comparing the two periods, to improve our understanding of the extent and timing of human ...
How can we identify and communicate the ecological value of deep-sea ecosystem services?
(2014-07-23) - Journal article,
Submarine canyons are considered biodiversity hotspots which have been identified for their important roles in connecting the deep sea with shallower waters. To date, a huge gap exists between the high importance that ...
Sustainable development and the Arctic : An imperative in search of a uniting agenda
(Arctic Research Centre, 2015-08) - Report,
The globalisation of marriage fields : the Swedish case
(2010-08) - Journal article,
Marriage fields - the geographical areas where people meet to partner traditionally tend to be relatively small and local. Increasing international travel and the use of the internet have broadened the geographical opportunity ...
Measuring Dynamic Interaction in Movement Data
(2013-02) - Journal article,
The emergence of technologies capable of storing detailed records of object locations has presented scientists and researchers with a wealth of data on object movement. Yet analytical methods for investigating more advanced ...
Energy Justice : a new framework for examining Arcticness in the context of energy infrastructural development
(UCL Press, 2017-08) - Book item,
Assessing national perspectives on the Arctic : The case of Norway
(Arctic Research Centre, 2015-04-01) - Report,