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Using multiple palaeoecological indicators to guide biodiversity conservation in tropical dry islands: The case of São Nicolau, Cabo Verde - Alvaro Castilla-Beltrán, Ivani Duarte, Lea De Nascimento, José María Fernández-Palacios, Maria Romeiras, Robert J. Whittaker, Margarita Jambrina-Enríquez, Carolina Mallol, Andrew B. Cundy, Mary Edwards and Sandra Nogué
Type: Article | 2020 | Item availability restricted.

Regime shifts occur disproportionately faster in larger ecosystems - Gregory Cooper, Simon P Willcock and John Dearing
Type: Article | 2020

Palaeoenvironmental determination of biogeochemistry and ecological response in an estuarine marine protected area - Laura H. Crossley, Peter Langdon, David Sear, John A. Dearing and Ian W. Croudace
Type: Book Section | 2020 | Elsevier | Item not available on this server.

Fluvial sediment supply and relative sea-level rise - Stephen Darby, Kwasi Appeaning Addo, Sugata Hazra, Munsur Rahman and Robert Nicholls
Type: Book Section | 2020 | Palgrave Macmillian | Item not available on this server.

Drainage and erosion of Cambodia’s great lake in the middle-late Holocene: The combined role of climatic drying, base-level fall and river capture - Stephen E. Darby, Peter G. Langdon, James L. Best, Julian Leyland, Christopher R. Hackney, Mackenzie Marti, Peter R. Morgan, Savuth Ben, Rolf Aalto, Daniel R. Parsons, Andrew P. Nicholas and Melanie J. Leng
Type: Article | 2020 | Item availability restricted.

Influence of Coriolis force upon bottom boundary layers in a large‐scale gravity current experiment: implications for evolution of sinuous deep‐water channel systems - S. Davarpanah Jazi, M.G. Wells, J. Peakall, R.D. Dorrell, R.E. Thomas, G.M. Keevil, S.E. Darby, J. Sommeria, S. Viboud and T. Valran
Type: Article | 2020 | Item availability restricted.

Huge ecosystems could collapse in less than 50 years – new study - John Dearing, Simon P Willcock and Gregory Cooper
Type: Article | 2020

Tracing lake pollution, eutrophication and partial recovery from the sediments of Windermere, UK, using geochemistry and sediment microfabrics - J. James Fielding, Ian Croudace, Alan Kemp, Richard Pearce, Carol Cotterill, Peter Langdon and Rachael Avery
Type: Article | 2020

Human occupation and ecosystem change on Upolu (Samoa) during the Holocene - William D. Gosling, David Sear, Jonathan Hassall, Peter Langdon, Mick N.T. Bönnen, Tessa D. Driessen, Zoë R. van Kemenade, Kevin Noort, Melanie J. Leng, Ian W. Croudace, Anna J. Bourne and Crystal N.H. McMichael
Type: Article | 2020

River bank instability from unsustainable sand mining in the lower Mekong River - Christopher Hackney, Stephen Darby, Daniel Parsons, Julian Leyland, James Best, Rolf Aalto, Andrew Nicholas and Robert Houseago
Type: Article | 2020

Mean flow and turbulence structure over exposed roots on a forested floodplain: Insights from a controlled laboratory experiment - Arnold Reesink, Stephen Darby, David Sear, Julian Leyland, Peter Morgan, Keith Richardson and James Brasington
Type: Article | 2020

Human settlement of East Polynesia earlier, incremental, and coincident with prolonged South Pacific drought - David Sear, Melinda Allen, Jonathan Hassall, Ashley Maloney, Peter Langdon, Alex Morrison, Andrew Henderson, Helen Mackay, Ian Croudace, Charlotte Clarke, Julian P. Sachs, Georgiana Macdonald, Richard C. Chiverrell, Melanie J. Leng, Malu Cisneros-Dozal and Thierry Fonville
Type: Article | 2020 | Item not available on this server.

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