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Energy Justice : a new framework for examining Arcticness in the context of energy infrastructural development
(UCL Press, 2017-08) - Book item,
Stable vanadium isotopes as a redox proxy in magmatic systems
(2016-10-26) - Journal article,
Recycling pathways of multivalent elements, that impact our understanding of diverse geological processes from ore formation to the rise of atmospheric oxygen, depend critically on the spatial and temporal variation of ...
Quantitative modeling of the rise in atmospheric oxygen
(University of Washington, 2008-08-01) - Other,
The abrupt rise of molecular oxygen in Earth’s atmosphere approximately 2.4 billion years ago was perhaps the most profound event in Earth’s history after the evolution of life itself. Biogeochemical cycles in Earth’s ...
Marine science : making waves
(2014-06) - Journal item,
Housing Need and Housing Pressures in St Andrews
(St Andrews Commission on Housing, 2013-12) - Report,
In 2012 a group of local organisations resolved to promote a serious study of the housing situation in the town. To carry out this task, they established the ‘St Andrews Town Commission on Housing’ composed of people who ...
Review of the historical environmental changes in the UK uplands relevant to management and policy
(University of Stirling, 2010) - Report,
1.This review draws together information on the historical processes and drivers which underlie the current state of the uplands in order to illustrate the range of accumulated legacies which threaten or enhance the ...
Proterozoic onset of crustal reworking and collisional tectonics : Reappraisal of the zircon oxygen isotope record
(2014-05) - Journal article,
A global U-Pb and δO zircon database shows temporal changes in the magmatic record related to changes in the degree of crustal reworking. The δO composition of bulk sediment remains relatively constant through geologic ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...