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The Repository@Hull is an Open Access showcase for the published research output of the University, including journal articles, books and book chapters, conference papers and more. Where publisher terms permit, the author's accepted manuscript or the published version of the text is available here to read and download, alongside a link to the publisher's platform.



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Biomediation of submarine sediment gravity flow dynamics (2019)
Journal Article
Craig, M. J., Baas, J. H., Amos, K. J., Strachan, L. J., Manning, A. J., Paterson, D. M., …Baker, M. L. (2020). Biomediation of submarine sediment gravity flow dynamics. Geology, 48(1), 72-76. https://doi.org/10.1130/G46837.1

Sediment gravity flows are the primary process by which sediment and organic carbon are transported from the continental margin to the deep ocean. Up to 40% of the total marine organic carbon pool is represented by cohesive extracellular polymeric su... Read More about Biomediation of submarine sediment gravity flow dynamics.

Interactions between sediment microbial ecology and physical dynamics drive heterogeneity in contextually similar depositional systems (2020)
Journal Article
Hope, J. A., Malarkey, J., Baas, J. H., Peakall, J., Parsons, D. R., Manning, A. J., …Paterson, D. M. (in press). Interactions between sediment microbial ecology and physical dynamics drive heterogeneity in contextually similar depositional systems. Limnology and Oceanography, https://doi.org/10.1002/lno.11461

This study focuses on the interactions between sediment stability and biological and physical variables that influence the erodibility across different habitats. Sampling at short-term temporal scales illustrated the persistence of the microphytobent... Read More about Interactions between sediment microbial ecology and physical dynamics drive heterogeneity in contextually similar depositional systems.

Dignity, well-being and identity: a qualitative study of older people’s interpretations of how healthcare workers speak to them (2020)
Journal Article
Draper, P., & Hilton, A. (in press). Dignity, well-being and identity: a qualitative study of older people’s interpretations of how healthcare workers speak to them. Nursing older people, https://doi.org/10.7748/nop.2020.e1261

Background: The initial interaction between an older person and a nurse, and how the older person interprets this interaction, is important and sometimes overlooked. Evidence suggests that the way healthcare workers speak to older people can negative... Read More about Dignity, well-being and identity: a qualitative study of older people’s interpretations of how healthcare workers speak to them.

Women’s views about breast cancer prevention at mammography screening units and well women’s clinics (2020)
Journal Article
Rundle, A., Iles, S., Matheson, K., Cahill, L. E., Forbes, C. C., Saint-Jacques, N., …Younis, T. (2020). Women’s views about breast cancer prevention at mammography screening units and well women’s clinics. Current oncology, 27(3), e336-e342. https://doi.org/10.3747/co.27.5755

Background Women attending mammography screening units (msus) and well women’s clinics (wwcs) represent a motivated cohort likely to engage in interventions aimed at primary breast cancer (bca) prevention. Methods We used a feasibility questionnaire... Read More about Women’s views about breast cancer prevention at mammography screening units and well women’s clinics.

Hyperthyroidism, and bone mineral density : dissecting the causal association with Mendelian randomization analysis (2020)
Journal Article
Sathyapalan, T., Deshmukh, H., Papageorgiou, M., Aye, M., England, J., Abdalla, M., & Sathyapalan, T. (in press). Hyperthyroidism, and bone mineral density : dissecting the causal association with Mendelian randomization analysis. Clinical Endocrinology, https://doi.org/10.1111/cen.14330

Introduction Untreated hyperthyroidism is associated with accelerated bone turnover, low bone mineral density (BMD) and increased susceptibility to fragility fractures. Although treatment appears to improve or even reverse some of these adverse skel... Read More about Hyperthyroidism, and bone mineral density : dissecting the causal association with Mendelian randomization analysis.

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