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(University of St Andrews Library, 2023-09) - ReportFollowing the excellent example of the University of Salford at UKSG in 2019, we began using an evaluation template for publishers’ journal agreements. Using the template, evaluation is undertaken by a cross-Library group ...
Continuous-time acoustic spatial capture recapture with moving microphone arrays : estimating gibbon abundance with drone-borne microphones (2023-06) - ThesisThe focus of this PhD thesis is on ﬁnding an eﬀective method to estimate the group density of gibbon species. Gibbons are challenging to observe in the wild because they are low-density species inhabiting the upper canopy ...
Music in Scotland during three centuries (1450-1750) : being contributions towards the history of music in Scotland (1945) - Thesis"“What is your unity?”, asked a French professor, when a student presented a dissertation upon an historical subject and, if by a unity the French professor meant a binding thread by which the scattered pages of some ...
(2022-11-29) - ThesisThe transition to net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 requires a step change in bank lending behaviour. This policy report contributes to the wider sustainable development debate by investigating the next steps UK’s ...
(University of St Andrews, 2002) - Thesis