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School of Geography and Environmental Sciences > Centre for Environmental Science" and Year is 2018

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Understory vegetation in oil palm plantations benefits soil biodiversity and decomposition rates - Adham Ashton-Butt, Anak A. Aryawan, Amelia S. Hood, Mohammad Naim, Dedi Purnomo, Suhardi, Resti Wahyuningsih, Simon Willcock, Guy Poppy, Jean-Pierre Caliman, Edgar C. Turner, William Foster, Kelvin S.-H. Peh and Jake Snaddon
Type: Article | 2018

Odonata from the BEFTA Project area, Riau Province, Sumatra, Indonesia - Rory A. Dow, Andreas Dwi Advento, Edgar C. Turner, Jean­-Pierre Caliman, William A. Foster, Jake Snaddon, Mohammad Naim and Sudharto Ps
Type: Article | 2018 | Item availability restricted.

Optimization of sensor deployment for acoustic detection and localization in terrestrial environments - Evelyn Piña-Covarrubias, Andrew P. Hill, Peter Prince, Jake L. Snaddon, Alex Rogers and C. Patrick Doncaster
Type: Article | 2018

Colloidal synthesis of CsX nanocrystals (X = Cl, Br, I) - Peter Shaw, Michaela Meyns, Yong Zuo, Albert Grau-Carbonell, Pavlos Lagoudakis, Martin Charlton, Sara Martí-Sánchez, Jordi Arbiol, Andreu Cabot and Antonios Kanaras
Type: Article | 2018

Type: Article | 2018

Coupled land use and ecological models reveal emergence and feedbacks in socio-ecological systems - Nicholas Synes, Calum Brown, Stephen Palmer, Greta Bocedi, Patrick Osborne, Kevin Watts, Janet Franklin and Justin Travis
Type: Article | 2018

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