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Items where Division is "Faculties (pre 2018 reorg) > Faculty of Engineering and the Environment (pre 2018 reorg) > Inst. Sound & Vibration Research (pre 2018 reorg)
Current Faculties > Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences > School of Engineering > Institute of Sound and Vibration Research > Inst. Sound & Vibration Research (pre 2018 reorg)
Institute of Sound and Vibration Research > Inst. Sound & Vibration Research (pre 2018 reorg)" and Year is 2020

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Ge and Si Isotope behavior during intense tropical weathering and ecosystem cycling - J. Jotautas Baronas, A. Joshua West, Kevin W. Burton, Douglas E. Hammond, Sophie Opfergelt, Philip A. E. Pogge Von Strandmann, Rachael H. James and Olivier J. Rouxel
Type: Article | 2020


The response of anguilliform fish to underwater sound under an experimental setting - Mathias Deleau, Paul White, Graeme Peirson, Timothy Leighton and Paul Kemp
Type: Article | 2020


Behaviour of chromium and chromium isotopes during estuarine mixing in the Beaulieu Estuary, UK - Heather Goring-Harford, Jessica K. Klar, Hannah Donald, Christopher Pearce, Douglas Connelly and Rachael James
Type: Article | 2020


Analogies in contextualizing human response to airborne ultrasound and fish response to acoustic noise and deterrents - Timothy Leighton, Helen Ann Laura Currie, Amelia Holgate, Craig Dolder, Sian Lloyd Jones, Paul White and Paul Kemp
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2020 | Item availability restricted.

Public exposure to airborne ultrasound and very high frequency sound - Timothy Leighton, Ben Lineton, Craig Dolder and Mark Fletcher
Type: Article | 2020


Influence of acoustics on the collective behaviour of a shoaling freshwater fish - Matthew Short, Paul White, Timothy Leighton and Paul Kemp
Type: Article | 2020

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