St Andrews Sustainability Institute
The St Andrews Sustainability Institute (SASI) is a group of people at the University of St Andrews who are working towards a sustainable future for everyone. A key objective of SASI is to provide a focus for existing interdisciplinary research at the University and a spark-point for new collaborations across the whole breadth of sustainability. Members of SASI are drawn from more than a dozen academic schools and administrative units within the University.
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(2017-11) - Journal itemA review of the Collected Writings of the US sculptor Donald Judd
Verona Coding Definitions of Emotional Sequences (VR-CoDES) : conceptual framework and future directions (2017-12) - Journal itemObjective: To discuss the theoretical and empirical framework of VR-CoDES and potential future direction in research based on the coding system. Methods: The paper is based on selective review of papers relevant to the ...
Attributing changes in the distribution of species abundance to weather variables using the example of British breeding birds (2017-12) - Journal article1. Modelling spatio-temporal changes in species abundance and attributing those changes to potential drivers such as climate, is an important but difficult problem. The standard approach for incorporating climatic variables ...
Bedform migration in a mixed sand and cohesive clay intertidal environment and implications for bed material transport predictions (2018-08-15) - Journal articleMany coastal and estuarine environments are dominated by mixtures of non-cohesive sand and cohesive mud. The migration rate of bedforms, such as ripples and dunes, in these environments is important in determining bed ...
(2017-09) - Journal articleSome species make substantial contribution to habitat heterogeneity, supporting species coexistence. Dicksonia sellowiana Hook., an endangered tree fern, is a known phorophyte for epiphytes, has the potential to be such a ...