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School of Geography and Environmental Sciences > Environmental Change and Sustainability" and Year is 2024

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Misperception of drivers of risk alters willingness to adapt in the case of sargassum influxes in West Africa - D. Yaw Atiglo, Philip-Neri Jayson-Quashigah, Winnie Sowah, Emma L. Tompkins and Kwasi Appeaning Addo
Type: Article | 2024

Brown algae invasions and bloom events need routine monitoring for effective adaptation - Vicky Dominguez Almela, Emma L. Tompkins, Jadu Dash and Thierry Tonon
Type: Review | 2024

Innovative spectral characterisation of beached pelagic sargassum towards remote estimation of biochemical and phenotypic properties - Y.A. Fidai, C. Botelho Machado, V. Dominguez Almela, H.A. Oxenford, P.N. Jayson-Quashigah, T. Tonon and J. Dash
Type: Article | 2024

Type: Article | 2024 | Item availability restricted.

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Integrative analysis of health restoration in urban blue-green spaces: a multiscale approach to community park - Jiangjun Wan, Hongyu Wu, Rebecca Collins, Kuntao Deng, Wei Zhu, Hai Xiao, Xiaohong Tang, Congshan Tian, Chengyan Zhang and Lingqing Zhang
Type: Article | 2024 | Item availability restricted.

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